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The twelve (+1) key trends of New York Fashion Week

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    The color of the sea

    Pamela Rolland opts for blue in all its shades, in daring proposals in which there is no shortage of openings, transparencies or cut out.

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    Extra long sleeves

    Whether they are almost to the feet or not so much, sleeves with personality are here to stay: Pamela Rolland sees them hitting the red carpets.

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    Ties that are a gift

    Whether printed, appliquéd or decorated, and from head to toe, many garments and accessories will feature bows, according to Sandy Liang and many other designers.

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    Everything in black

    If there is a safe bet, it is this color. Sandy Liang knows well the possibilities she has to dress from morning to night, in more or less formal events.

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    XL zippers

    Utility is not at odds with beauty. And Sukeina, Omar Salam’s brand, knows this well, which places maxi zippers to use and decorate all the garments.

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    Being ‘scratched’ is a trend

    Wide or narrow, horizontal or vertical… You will see this legendary print everywhere, and not just for a ‘casual’ style. It is signed by Carolina Herrera and they confirm it.

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    Bare arms

    The more or less thin straps frame an extremely flattering square neckline. These are some of Wes Gordon’s proposals for Carolina Herrera.

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    Very ‘fashion’ anoraks

    The trend that you will appreciate the most next winter. We have even seen them with long dresses in other shows… On this occasion Custo shows us how to be trendy with these designer anoraks.

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    Metallic to shine

    One of our most veteran designers showing in the Big Apple, Custo, sees the coming winter bright and full of color, with metallic clothing and accessories.

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    Green hope

    Indian-American designer Naeem Khan opts for emerald green. His creations, always taken care of down to the smallest detail, have seduced Michelle Obama and numerous celebrities.

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    Red carpet down jackets

    The Altuzarra feathers will give you wings next fall-winter: made of silk and with ethnic prints, they are the most comfortable trend to look elegant and warm.

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    feathers to fly

    Designer Christian Cowan uses them to decorate headdresses or give the most chic touch to all garments. A detail that turns any ‘look’ around.

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    Hats and hoods

    Palomo Spain conquered the Big Apple with a collection, The Closet, in which it returns to its childhood and hoods. And his hat returns stronger than ever.