Tuesday, February 26, 2013

NYFW Recap :: Behind the Scenes with Sherri

Last weeks NYFW was an onslaught of coats with texture layered over plaid, herringbone, and chevron patterns in the most luxe way. Menswear-inspired looks of tartan plaid, check, houndstooth jackets and pants mixed with feminine silk blouses in the deepest hues of red, burgundy, and hunter green was a big trend, particularly with newcomer Marisa Webb.

I happened upon one of my favorite classic pairing combos at Derek Lam and Jenni Kayne: camel, black, and a little red. Its a classic combination that will never go out of style.

The color black is back in full force. Although black doesn't merchandise well in the store, I'll be mixing it with pops of cobalt blue, deep burgundy, lovely plaids, and check to create depth in my assortment.

I love 10 Crosby Derek Lam's oversize plaid jackets, the beautifully embroidered tops and dresses at Suno, and the Herringbone silk blouses and suiting at Rag & Bone.

Fur is still trending on the runway (faux and/or real). I saw fur details on everything, including sweatshirts. Speaking of sweatshirts, they were everywhere. I saw them at Timo Weiland, 3.1 Phillip Lim, and Roseanna.

We are looking forward to another amazing season!
Take a peek at Sherri's NYFW recap for the San Francisco Chronicle by clicking on the link below


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