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Spring 2016 Breaking Trends: Stella Jean, Toga, Osman - Accessories Magazine

Spring 2016 Breaking Trends: Stella Jean, Toga, Osman - Accessories Magazine

Really wtf this is supposed to be fashionable?!?! There's a reason why they're wearing visors so they can't see themselves in these outfits and out of shame. It's like they took fabric scraps and sew them together. Did a blind grandma put this together?

Really wtf this is supposed to be fashionable?!?! There's a reason why they're wearing visors so they can't see themselves in these outfits and out of shame. It's like they took fabric scraps and sew them together. Did a blind grandma put this together?

Three looks from Junya Watanabe's spring 2016 collection. Photos: Imaxtree

What Everyone Was Talking About in Paris This Weekend

Three looks from Junya Watanabe's spring 2016 collection. Photos: Imaxtree

Three looks from Mugler's spring 2016 show. Photos: Imaxtree

What Everyone Was Talking About in Paris This Weekend

Three looks from Mugler's spring 2016 show. Photos: Imaxtree

Spring 2016 Breaking Trends: Georgine, Mara Hoffman, Victor Alfaro, Polo Ralph Lauren - Accessories Magazine

Spring 2016 Breaking Trends: Georgine, Mara Hoffman, Victor Alfaro, Polo Ralph Lauren - Accessories Magazine

Fur stoles are a dramatic accessory for Spring in their own right, and the pastel colored ones tipped with fluffy balls at Georgine were true showstoppers.

Fur stoles are a dramatic accessory for Spring in their own right, and the pastel colored ones tipped with fluffy balls at Georgine were true showstoppers.

Milly’s creative director, Michelle Smith seemed to be right on trend for the Pre-Fall 16 shows. Focusing on the new industries new obsession of layering, Millys key stand out was the off- the-shoulder tops; styled in a variety of way, under plunging V-necks, over crisp white button downs, or simply worn alone these graceful silhouettes are modern and feminine.

Milly’s creative director, Michelle Smith seemed to be right on trend for the Pre-Fall 16 shows. Focusing on the new industries new obsession of layering, Millys key stand out was the off- the-shoulder tops; styled in a variety of way, under plunging V-necks, over crisp white button downs, or simply worn alone these graceful silhouettes are modern and feminine.

Designer Daniel Silverstein put a unique spin on the long and skinny silk scarf, pulling it through D-rings that looked sewn into the item itself. A more modern update on all the tied ’70s-style scarves we’ve been seeing lately.

Designer Daniel Silverstein put a unique spin on the long and skinny silk scarf, pulling it through D-rings that looked sewn into the item itself. A more modern update on all the tied ’70s-style scarves we’ve been seeing lately.

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