New York Fashion Week

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What's in bloom for fashion come next season? Florals florals everywhere. In bold color and pattern and ubiquitous black and white.
Petra Nemcova: I have seen lots of light looks.
Bella Thorne: I love the cool colors, I love the blacks and white.
Katrina Bowden: So delicate and kind of whimsical looking.
Fabrics are flowing, loads of lace, fringes everywhere, dare to bare shoulders and hemlines getting longer. And that is all well and good and looks great on these supermodels. But how to make these trends work for real women...
Avril Graham: We should always have an inner sense of self and if something is not right in terms of our body shape and our lifestyle then just don't do it.
One of the easiest ways to incorporate a runway ready look... nail color. Think dusty rose, burst of poppy, and splashes of red.  Morgan Taylor laquer created super modern looks like this tri-tone manny with silver tips, at the Jonathan Simcky show. Very chic.  And more playful Betsy Johnson's 50th Anniversary show.

Taylor Daniels:
When it comes to nails I think you have to take a page from Betsy's book...

Yup that's the mantra of the season when it comes to beauty too, barely there faces, colored liners...the same rules apply.

We caught up with Chadwick Penly.

What we've seen a lot this season on the runway is more of a lived in style.  Use one of three Ouidad products...

And there you have it.  When it comes to fashion looks, do what you want because anything goes.

Kelly Osbounre.
Fashion is meant to be fun.  And if you don't have fun, what's the point.

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