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Spring Men's Trend: Keep It Short

For the last two years, shorts have been a focal point for many designers, who have made them part of their tailored offerings.

Spring 2010 Runway Trend: Cleanup Time

Less may indeed be more, as minimal looks — ranging from shorts and asymmetric tops to monotone, patchwork sheaths — from the European collections show.

Spring 2010 Runway Trend: Transparent Things

From diaphanous pajama pants to a sheer, floor-length dress over lingerie, see-through looks made their presence felt for spring.

Trends, Louis Vuitton,

Spring Runway Trend: Practical Magic

Feminine looks weren’t the whole story for spring — Paris had plenty of sporty, utilitarian styles, too.

Spring 2010 Trend: Jumping Around

Once a disco staple, the Seventies standby now comes in second-skin versions or rugged utilitarian renditions with easy cropped shapes.

Spring 2010 Runway Trend:
The Paris Underworld

What lies beneath? Paris designers know, and they brought corsets, bras and even girdles to light for spring.

Spring 2010 Runway Trend: Graphic Messages

Talk about graphic. Optical, geometric or animal prints and pattern combinations played leading roles in the Paris spring shows.

Spring 2010 Runway Trend: Trench Twist

One of the biggest trends for spring is the trench, and the staple is anything but basic — from frilly versions to deconstructed ones.

Spring 2010 Runway
Trend: Paris Pleats

Pleats were all over the Paris runways in looks from sharp little schoolgirl skirts to fluid Forties-style frocks and Grecian minidresses.

Spring 2010 Trend: Curtain Call

Designers on both sides of the Atlantic are using draping techniques to create beguiling shapes.

Spring 2010 Runway Trend: White This Way

Milan designers hit an ivory coast for spring with a slew of all-white looks, from softly tailored pants and sheer blouses to frothy little dresses.

Spring 2010 Runway
Trend: Hot Ice

Shimmering silvers, winter whites and an icy palette moved onto the runways for spring.

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