Last Thursday evening saw the close of New York Fashion Week, and even though the big fashion event of the Western world ended in the dark of night, “it ended on a bright and shiny note,” according to the Feb. 19, Wall Street Journal.
The famed designer Marc Jacobs closed the week long event with a “glowing production.”
The WSJ summed up the trends consumers can expect to see when the leaves turn next autumn, and the weather begins to chill the air.
Plenty of shine and glimmer was evidenced by the Marc Jacobs Fall 2013 - Winter 2014 collection with “shiny, glittery materials, layered with lots of plush fur coats, jackets and stoles.”
And both men and women trend setters will don “statement-making coats with pronounced shoulders or lapels, and long sleeves and lengths.” Also “giant furry camouflage coats” and coats with “big, furry collars” will be the look for Fall 2013.
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