Carnivale of Couture: What’s your favorite Spring 2007 trend?

September 17th, 2006

Fashion Week Collage
Models from the Reem Acra, Cynthia Steffe, and Ports 1961 runways.
Photo Credit: Omiru: Style for All

New York Fashion Week may be over, but the dissection of Spring’s fashion trends has just begun.  To kick start this discussion, this week’s Carnivale topic is:

What’s your favorite fashion trend from the Spring 2007 runway?

Please send links to us at tips at omiru dot com by Thursday 5pm PST/8pm EST. 

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Papierblog: Our love of f&hellip  |  September 21st, 2006 at 11:41 am

    […] This week’s Carnivale of Couture is hosted by Omiru, and it is the perfect topic for post-fashion week reflecting: […]

  • 2. Ali  |  September 21st, 2006 at 11:46 am

    My email bounced… I think your mailbox is full (you must be popular)… my link is: Thanks!

  • 3. Style for All&hellip  |  September 22nd, 2006 at 4:52 am

    […] September 22nd, 2006 Looks like we’re all still recovering from Fashion Week–I only received one response to my Carnivale question: What’s your favorite trend from the Spring 2007 runway?Ali from Papierblog responded with a thoughtful post full of eye candy about Pleating, which "can give just the right amount of swing to a skirt, flair to a silhoutte, or definition to a bodice."  Gorgeous examples of pleating were shown from the runways of Michon Schur, Dragana Ognjenovic, Jason Wu, and Costello Tagliapietra (pictured, right, courtesy of Papierblog).As for us, our fave Fashion Week trend is Dresses with Pockets.  We’re crushing on the Dresses with Pockets for their inherent utility (Why tote around a purse when you don’t have to?) and the beautiful constructions we’ve been seeing this season.  Pictured at left is our favorite Dress with Pockets from the Spring 2007 shows, designed by Derek Lam (courtesy of New York Magazine). […]

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