Theatrical muses modeling fantasy fashion meant to generate tweets from stage audiences are replaced with realistic wear-ability on the Fall 2011/12 designer runways. Dominant color was the key trend - soft, bold, chic, modern, graphic and vintage, in solids and inspired prints and animal instincts. A wide variety of textures pair with unexpected elements to create bold vignettes echoing the season's return to elegance...

Malachite, deep teal and quarry on a backdrop of black and slate... Geometric and deco patterns, colorful python skins and feather prints tailored into sophisticated silhouettes with a hint of retro modernism.

Coffee liqueur, toffee and sable harmonize with natural elemental style... Brocade, jacquard and striping befriend furs and leather for rich global travel in a multi-cultural world.

Black and shades of white with a touch of Edwardian rockabilly... Edgy and modern, graphic and classic, leather and lace - here opposites definitely attract and compliment.

Complimentary colors across the spectrum fused in a multitude of global elements... Youthful spirit translated into an intricate framework including floral, color-blocking, fair-aisles and paisley.

Ember-glow, saffron and pumpkin set in a horizon of onyx and midnight... Amid a frenzy of pattern, embroidery and embellishment,old and new fashion details are reborn with a sophistication and ease.

Plum-rose, phlox and aubergine prettily paired with charcoal and crimson... Ladylike tailoring and modern clever lines have a love affair amid an air of mystery, surrounded with floral embroidery and mixed elements.

Neutrals in soft nougat, blush and winter white blend with pearl and alabaster...Golden touches and silver reflect a high aesthetic with skins and fabric origami. Textural, visual and gilt components appeal to the senses.

The epitome of chic = simple silhouettes and shapes reflecting youthful soul with an ease of wear making any woman look good regardless of age...

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