Elle Fall Trends-Bling is back! After seasons of oversized jewelry with minimal design, we've made a return to very feminine, sparkly jewelry, like the brooches at both Prada and Balenciaga and the big earrings that were pretty much everywhere.
You guys, she did it, Amal made gloves happen. You can say it's a coincidence, but you would be wrong. Everyone loves Mrs. Clooney, especially Miuccia Prada, who proved to us that gloves are way better than sleeves. - ELLE.com
Continuing the covered legs mantra, tights have also had a major place on the runways. At Saint Laurent, ripped pairs for the party girl were seen under barely-there dresses. At Giamba, a sweet Swiss dot accompanied tame cocktail attire, and at Sophie Theallet, a classic fishnet lent a retro vibe to the idea. Personally, I have never been a fan of tights but I have to admit the runways swayed me this season so perhaps the next Polar Vortex won't mean pants-only. - ELLE.com
Say hello to the stacked kitten heel. Her stiletto cousin was made famous by Hedi Slimane at Saint Laurent and for the past few seas This season, designers are proving that a sky high heel is not the only shoe that can make an outfit cool.
We first noticed the appearance of male models on they runways of NYC at Harbison and Proenza Schouler. It's not exactly a trend you can wear yourself, but it is cool: Designers are giving new meaning to the concept of androgyny by giving men a place in the women's runway shows. While the world was shocked to see the return of Zoolander and Hansel at Valentino, we think their epic walk-off was not the first or the last we will see of this burgeoning trend. - ELLE.com