(Michael Kors, Prabal Gurung, Calvin Klein, Nanette Lepore)
From camouflage prints to military inspired jackets, designers showed an array of army chic designs. If camo is too bold for your taste, try an olive blazer or bold, metal belt. I especially like how Prabal added a feminine feel to the trend with a peplum jacket.
(BCBG, Kate Spade, DKNY, M. Patmos)
Thanks to the resurrection of the nineties, beanies are back in a big way. They’re not just for keeping your head warm. They add an edgy factor to any look, even an evening gown! Of course, this look isn’t for everyone. But as Kate Spade showed, even girlie-girls can try out the trend.
(Donna Karan, Kaufman Franco, Marc Jacobs, Carolina Herrera)
You can never go wrong with a classic camel coat. And thanks to all the options on the runways, there will be plenty to choose from come fall. I personally like the belted versions. They help create an hourglass shape even when you’re all bundled up.
(DKNY, Kate Spade, Anna Sui, Lela Rose)
Amidst a sea of black, it was refreshing to see pops of pink on the runway. And it was just any pink, it was a deep, bold color that screamed to be noticed. You can wear the color on its own, or pair it with contrasting red for a high fashion look.