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NYFW Day 1 trends: Ruffles, prints and lots of orange

Long and lean sihouettes, ruffles and vibrant pops of orange are some of the early trends from New York Fashion Week

Are flounces the new fringe? Adam Selman used them to punch up his exuberant summer playclothes, while Tome's bold, cascading ruffles added drama to starched blousons and cigarette pants.

The dominant silhouette appears to be either long and lean or cinched at the waist. And if you're going for the latter, you are going to want to do it with a rope belt. It looked particularly elegant at the Rodebjer, Lyn Devon and Hellessy presentations.

And as far as color goes, in the midst of the whites and washed-out hues associated with Spring, designers worked in bold pops of orange. Marissa Webb used the shade on feminine lace while the ladies behind Ohne Titel keep it sleek with a fluid pencil skirt.

Feel like having even more fun? Bold geometric prints added a playful edge to spring the outings.

 

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