1. The Statement Scarf
What’s neon-bright and has “must-have” written all over it? Wrap your head around Marc Jacobs’s latest flash of genius.
2. The Eighties Revival
Designers have dug out the very best from the decade of excess like neon brights, bold shoulders, and a tribute to the era’s spunky style queen.
3. Collectible T-Shirts
Just because you’re a jeans and T-shirt kind of girl doesn’t mean you can’t keep up with the fashion crowd. From Henry Holland to Lanvin, top designers are giving the closet staple a major status upgrade. At Luella, tweed pencil skirts and cardigans got a new lease on life from Ms. Bartley’s witty collaboration with cartoonist Owen Plummer, while D&G chiced up their tee (starring legendary opera singer Maria Callas) for evening with a long tulle skirt and platforms. Of course, T-shirts have always been about comfort, and now they’re giving us even more reason to feel good. Purchase a limited-edition one celebrating Fashion’s Night Out—the Vogue shopping event on September 10th that helps stores around the globe boost business with extended hours and fun perks—and a portion of proceeds will go to the National September 11 Memorial & Museum. Ready to try out your own T-shirt collaboration? Customize a Fashion’s Night Out shirt and post the pics online for a chance to win a trip to a New York City runway show.
4. The Military Jacket
Question: “How do I rock the season’s band jacket without looking like I’m leading a parade?”—Mary, 18
Answer: Popularized by the King of Pop—the late, great Michael Jackson—glam military jackets have been sighted on everyone from Beyonce to Blake Lively. March to your own beat in a chic take dressed down for the street.
5. Generation Next
Oscar de la Renta’s son Moises, steps into the fashion spotlight with an edgy new line for the downtown set.
6. Rebel Gems
It may appear delicate, but Anna Sheffield’s jewelry packs a powerful punch. Enough to catch the eye of fashion heavyweights like Marc Jacobs and Phillip Lim, who recruited the designer for runway collaborations. Meanwhile, her label Bing Bang’s pyramid-stud earrings and hammered-metal necklaces are a knockout with cool-girl fans like Sofia Coppola and Michelle Williams. With an affordable, new limited-edition collection hitting Target shelves, which stays true to the attitude-heavy originals, now everyone can grab a piece of the action. And with glam-rock and goth references storming the runways, the time has never been better for a little tough love. —Evonne Gambrell
7. The New Boot
Say bye-bye to the bootie! Last year’s anklet had a major growth spurt.
8. The Hot New Designer
With stints at Proenza Schouler and Givenchy under his belt and chic girls about town under his spell, Joseph Altuzarra is fall’s breakout star.
9. Must-Have Denim
The skinny for fall? Sleek, second-skin denim.
10. Must-Have Denim (continued)
Let ’em rip! The classic rock-star staple takes center stage.
11. The Fashion Steal
Rachel Roy takes her style to the streets with a funky-fresh and wallet-friendly new line for Macy’s.
12. High School Phenom
Sixteen-year-old Justine Crawford creates clothes inspired her own nonconformist personality.
Article From: Teen Vogue