Fashion Trends: Vera Wang returns to the catwalk

The designer celebrates the 30th anniversary of the birth of her firm with a collection in which, in addition to recovering her most recognizable silhouettes, she is committed to accessories that refer to lingerie.

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Vera Wang's most athletic parade

The designer has presented a minimalist collection with a sporty look full of gauze, transparencies, mesh panels and colored brushstrokes. New York Fashion Week: A summer varnished in mother of pearl and plastic.

Enameled fabrics, miniskirts, plasticized effect and trios of colors; these are some of the clues that has left us in the form of a trend. The designers sail again, facing the next summer 2012, between the delicate and the synthetic, presenting at the New York Fashion Week 4 essential trends:

Torn-welded metals: Finishes in fabrics adopt an enameled effect

To the gold, silver and copper the American designers add the coming summer to whatever iridescent effect. The color palette, from the raw to the most energetic, flees from the off and adopts a pearly reflection that is either tinted with opaque tones or the end is combined with the classic metals and enamels.

We have seen it in Theory of Theyskens - yours will be sure of the most desired cigarettes, relieving the post-winter charge of Balmain-, Suno, Prabal Gurung or Duro Olowu. It has been implemented by Calvin Klein through its minimalism and also comes to sport-wear by Diesel Black Label OrCusto Barcelona. For New York nights, celebrities will bet on Hervey Leger and the youngest and most brazen, Jeremy Scott.

Oversized: Frilly or ruffled, they frame our waist as a hyper-feminine ornament

Added over pants, skirts or embedded in dresses, the skirts are adjusted next season to the waist. As a sash - fringed or frilly - or as a wavy mouth of tops, it is the perfect ornament to seal our silhouette and provide a hyper-feminine touch to a look.

It is not surprising that the most romantic creators of the New York scene incorporate it into their designs; from Jason Wu, to Marchesa, Vera Wang or Badgley Mischka. Although it also has a place in informal and sports styling such as Marc by Marc Jacobs.

Plasticize: Garments that insulate from heat

Next summer, rather than isolate ourselves from the heat, we will seal ourselves against it; fabrics that look like cellophane, raincoats, trays, tartar, and shiny skin and waxed. These are the flexible proposals we have seen in New York.

Will all this be a direct consequence of Hurricane Irene? Skirts, raincoats, raincoats and pants with plasticized texture and difficult to perspire: next season, it will not be enough with simple rain boots to cope with spring storms and summer typhoons.

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