The 10 Best Spring Trends From New York Fashion Week

As always, the end of New York Fashion Week brings with it the inevitable forecasting of next season’s trends, and while it’s still too early to tell which styles the masses will take to, we’ve highlighted 10 particularly strong recurring Spring 2016 looks that emerged with a vengeance from the week’s fashion spectacle.

Ton Sai Chic

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Hottest New Fashion, Beauty and Lifestyle Trends for 2016

With a new year comes new trends in beauty, fashion and lifestyle — so it’s out with the old and in with the new. Jane Buckingham from Trendera is here to help “Good Morning America” get ahead of the curve with the hottest new trends for 2016.

WOMEN’S TRENDS

2015: Ombre Hair There was Ombre and Sombre and every color on the tips of our tresses. Celebs from Jessica Alba to Jessica Biel to Christy Tiegen all looked gorgeous in their multi-hued looks.

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Latest Fashion Trends In Pakistan For Winter

Latest Fashion Trends In Pakistan for winter; winter has at last touched base with the current year’s trendiest winter dresses gathering; the Pakistani ladies have intently been sitting tight for. This year as well, similar to the earlier years, the Pakistani fashion designers have put their heart and soul in their new prints in their new prints, giving their trusted clients a new search for winter 2015.

Latest Fashion Trends In Pakistan

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10 new trends in fashion retail

Since my March 17 article about key trends in luxury retail, we have seen multiple innovations in the world of luxury retail and previously nascent trends now taking shape.

In this fast-moving and rapidly changing fashion retail market, it is important for brands and retailers to keep their fingers on the pulse to stay fully relevant. What are some new trends that are starting to emerge in luxury and designer fashion retail?

1. Engagement retail: Customer engagement remains a priority for retailers, and this need is increasingly played out across the “trivergence of retail,” which is a term I coined in my previous article.

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