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Iconic's A/W collection brings Catwalk Drama to life
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Sep '10
As Spring Summer comes to an end, we look forward to the cooler months upon us and an exciting new wardrobe for the coming festive season. Iconic has pulled out all the stops to launch a unique catwalk inspired collection perfect for all occasions. Each collection reflects the key trends this season with Vintage Military, Minimal and 70's for women, while men experience fashion with a vintage heritage twist.

The most exciting news is the launch of the HSY collection, designed by Hasan Shehryar Yasin, one of the most acclaimed fashion designers from Pakistan. Along with this, Iconic also launches 4 local designers showcasing their collection of Abayas and Jalabiyas in the boutique section. All these collections are exclusive to Iconic and cater mainly to the Arab and Eastern women.

Taking its cues from the 20th Century military uniforms, the plush collection of Military Vintage favors confident, bold, yet sophisticated feminity this fall. The accent colour for vintage military is intense burgundy supported by dark military olive, khaki & sand beige. Military is effortlessly tied in with the classic aviation which is an undying source of fashion inspiration and this time creates a strong mood perfect for winter outerwear and separates.

The tough outerwear can be styled with the romanticism of lace and sheer dresses to add feminity and decoration. Embellished in copper and silver, double-breasted jackets and coats, cape coats, t-shirts with military inspired conversational prints, shirts with detailing, blouses and tricots teamed with skinny cargo pants, walking shorts and engineered pencil skirts are the key pieces to don this season.

A restrained mood prevails in the Minimalism trend, where luxe fabrics and clean cuts are combined with tailored separates. A sensuous selection of nude shades from the summer are upgraded to camel and stone grey and are contrasted by neutral black and winter white to enhance the minimalist look.

Silhouettes are clean and sophisticated with shift dresses forming various innovatively styled shapes. Wrap and pencil skirts are back with a bang and can now be paired with seamless tops, minimal shirts and topped up with cropped jackets. Skinny and straight styles along with fitted capris are here to stay as key Autumn/Winter pants.

Touted as one of the most commercial trends for women this season, the 70s influence draws inspiration and plays on mismatched layering creating new proportions. The catwalks have seen typical prints of prince-of-wales checks, chalky florals and ditsy retro prints in bright colours of pink and blue and in classic taupe and chocolate brown, very Charlie's Angels!

Key trouser shapes for Autumn Winter 2010 will be wide leg pants and denims, teamed with cable knit sweaters, turtle and cowl necks. For comfort with an alpine feel explore the new ankle length skirts or team your winter shorts with pussy-bow blouses.

Trends from Spring Summer like Neo Tribal, Retro & Rock Chick are to stay back this Autumn Winter and will find their audience in the younger generation.


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