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2010 may bring good tidings for fashion industry

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Jan '10
A gradual recovery in the economy brings silver linings around the clouds of recession. As businesses see recuperation, so does fashion. 2010 will be a year of tradition.

Experts predict a strong silhouette and sophisticated glamour. Classical silhouettes and subdued colors will pop up in ramp shows and in turn the store racks.

Dandy elements will venture back further with a bit of the 19th century, to enter as a main fashion for the year to come. Used creatively in multitude ways, such as tight pieces, layers, and delicate feminine draping, sheen fabrics will be seen in many runway collections.

Trends in leather will extend far beyond jackets into other types of clothing. Taking their inspiration from the loose cocoon styles of the 20s, capes with a classic elegance from Valentino, and DNKY will be seen on the runways.

With a keen eye, focused approach, and a wardrobe spanning enough room to accommodate new couture, every fashion-focused woman can have the savviest dresses along with supplementing fashion accessories.

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Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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