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Niyama Sol Makes Fashion For On and Off the Mat

For devout practitioners, the biggest transformation that yoga provides is within, but who’s to say that we also can’t look fabulous while getting our bliss on? Niyama Sol, a local yogawear design company, has this in mind with its line of tops and leggings that fit like a second skin and can go straight from the mat to the street. Vegas Seven caught up with co-founder Allison Hart and asked her what it takes to launch a yogawear line.

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What does the name Niyama Sol mean?

The Niyamas are basically personal observances to live by. They are recommended activities and habits for healthy living, spiritual enlightenment and a liberated state of existence. Sol symbolizes the sun, the basis for all life on earth, as well as a play on words with “soul,” the spiritual part of humans.

How did you come up with the concept?

My boyfriend, Martin Hinton, is one of the owners of TruFusion. He and I conceived the idea with one of his fitness teachers, Cristina Osorio, who has a background in fitness-clothing construction and fashion design. We wanted to create something special that incorporated a need for unique retail at TruFusion, and both Cristina and my background in fashion design and fitness.

How do you conceive of the designs?

Cristina and I work together on all aspects of design for the brand. We concept the overall theme for each collection and create the artwork to coincide with the theme. We take inspiration from just about anything—nature, textiles, album covers, architecture and overall color and pattern trends in high fashion and environmental design

Our fabric is made from recycled plastic bottles and the prints are sublimation dying on white fabric. The products we design are items we want in our own wardrobe, whether taking a fitness class, going to the office or running errands. We want to continually design something that you can wear every day for almost any occasion, not just fitness.

Sustainability is at the heart of the product line. Can you talk more about this aspect?

When we concepted the idea we always knew we wanted to make products out of recycled PET plastic. The process is more time-consuming and more expensive, but we want to honor our planet by being as sustainable as possible. Considering that approximately 60 million plastic water bottles are used every day in just the U.S. alone, we can estimate that nearly 18,834,000,000 end up in the landfill each year. If we can recycle even a small portion of these to create something beautiful and wearable, that’s our goal.

What makes Niyama Sol unique in the yogawear marketplace?

Our designs can transition from studio to street with a simple change of shoes and top. The fit is like second skin, you can wear our waistbands high or low and they look just as good with a pair of flip flops as a leather boot or heels. For yoga and fitness, the material is antimicrobial and they actually feel better the wetter they get, so swimming or surfing is also an option. The versatility, sustainability and unique designs set us apart.

What are your top three best-selling items?

We treat each collection as limited edition, so once a print sells out, we may not bring it back again. This keeps us fresh and allows our customers the uniqueness they desire. Some of our best sellers that we have had to bring back again and again, due to high demand, are our Traveler print leggings, based on a few different Kilim rugs, with a llama print on the waistband and the words “endure” and “persevere” on the shin. Our Amethyst Agate print was very popular. It came out a few months prior to Prince’s death, and it has a hidden lyric from Purple Rain incorporated into the design. The Tomorrowland legging is our take on a moto jean in an alternate universe where all clothing is made from recycled materials such as cardboard, plastic bottles and recycled denim. That print has some fun hidden mesغير مجاز مي باشدing as well, a playful aspect in most of our designs.

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Will 2017 be the year of the tuxedo

The awards season is synonymous with red carpet glamour, with designers falling over themselves to green prom dress Hollywood's leading ladies.

But it seems change is afoot, with increasing numbers of female stars shunning fussy couture gowns for a decidedly more masculine look - and stylists are hailing it as a 'fresh' alternative to traditional dresses.

Leading the way is Evan Rachel Wood, just one of three actresses who opted for a tuxedo at last weekend's Golden Globes.

The Westworld star, 29, turned to luxury label Altuzarra after deciding to wear a 'pantsuit' for the star-studded ceremony.

'This is my third nomination and I’ve been to the Globes six times, and I’ve worn a dress every time,' she told interviewer Ryan Seacrest on the red carpet.

'I love dresses, I’m not trying to protest dresses, but I wanted to make sure that young girls and women knew they aren’t a requirement.

'And that you don’t have to wear one if you don’t want to, and to just be yourself because you're worth is more than that.'

Explaining that her bespoke suit was inspired by Marlene Dietrich's iconic top hat and tails look, she also showcased her suit as a tribute to David Bowie, who died one year ago this week.

Rachel joined actresses Kathryn Hahn and Octavia Spencer in showcasing androgynous styles, but they are far from the only stars to turn to tuxes to make an impact.

Last year, Twitter was set alight after Lena Dunham wore a tuxedo to the Met Gala alongside Jenna Lyons and Jennifer Konner.

Stars including Victoria Beckham, Daokta Johnson and Jessica Alba have also jumped on board the trend in recent years - while Kourtney Kardashian has suited up not once but twice, after dressing as Jay Gatsby for her mother Kris Jenner's 60th birthday bash.

Evan Rachel Wood paired hers with a white shirt and waistcoat, with style bible Vogue praising its 'clean lines and sophisticated panache'.

While other stars have given theirs a ***y edge, wearing nothing but a bralet or vest underneath.

And celebrity stylist Lucas Armitage (@lucasmarmitage), who dresses Katie Piper and Made in Chelsea's Tiffany Watson, says it thanks to a few 'pioneering' stars that we're seeing more of them on the red carpet.

'Shunning the traditional gown feels modern, fresh and a very bold fashion step,' he tells FEMAIL.

'I have styled many of my clients in suits and the key is to get the fit right. Don't be scared to take it to your local tailor to get alterations; a high street suit can look designer if it fits like a glove.'

While designers like Stella McCartney are masters of the female tux, Lucas points to brands like Ted Baker and Reiss for more affordable high street alternatives.

Fashion expert Simon Glazin agrees. 'More and more designers are now showing trousers as part of there seasonal lineups,' he says.

'Traditionally, red carpet events are dominated by floaty gowns and second-skin dresses, but you do get the odd celebrity to break convention and go for tailoring. After all, a suit is still black tie attire!

'And you only have to look back in fashion history to see the most iconic moments are in trousers: Marlene Dietrich, that famous image of Bianca Jagger in a white trouser suit, Julie Andrews in [1982 film] Victor/Victoria in 1982.

'For me, a woman in a trouser suit is a powerful image. It's bending gender stereotypes, and the ultra masculine look, that evoke a sense of power in them.'

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One style lesson every guy can learn from the best-dressed man at the Golden Globes

Ryan Gosling is now a certified leading man. And lucky for us, he's started dressing like one.

The 36-year-old "La La Land" actor has always had great style, but it's nice to see his style evolution match his professional one.

Take, for instance, his red carpet-stealing black tie at the 2017 Golden Globe Awards January 8.

The problem with wearing black tie in 2017 is that it inherently feels nostalgic and old school. Even the most connected and metropolitan men probably only wear it as many times a year as you can count on one hand.

Leaning in to the nostalgia can be tempting when black prom dresses in black tie, but it's important not to lean too far. Gosling strikes the perfect balance in his throwback ivory dinner jacket.

It's a daring one-button style that is less formal than the traditional two-button. It's paired with a matte bowtie instead of satin, and suede shoes instead of patent leather: two additional touches that take the formal factor down a notch. It all fits perfectly. This is black tie on his own terms.

He finishes it off with an atypical red boutineer.

All of these touches add up to a unique black tie tuxedo that is a nod to the rules and stated dress code, but that mixes it up in a way that is both interesting and appropriate. It shows thatGosling has a mastery of the rules, and knows how and when to break them.

He's been dressing in black tie for these award shoes long enough to know exactly what rules can be broken to augment his style while staying within bounds. It's worth noting that this isn't exclusive to black-tie black prom dresses uk.

Will following this guideline make you as stylish as Ryan Gosling? Probably not — he's had at least a decade to perfect it. But it can't hurt to start now.


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Kendall Jenner's Metallic Jacket

The week in celeb style did not disappoint.

The time before the Golden Globes presents plenty of opportunity for stars to show everyone they are worthy of a golden statue (or at least an invite to an epic after-party). We took a look back and chose the reigning outfit for every day of the week.

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On Monday, Kendall Jenner proved a statement jacket can elevate any simple outfit. If you're averse to prints or patterns, go for a monochrome metallic, like the model's ,100 Acne Studios Velocite Shearling-Lined Leather Jacket. Hood, optional; dog mandatory.

We're calling it: Bell sleeves are going to be all over the runway come NYFW. Loving star Ruth Negga knows it, too. In Erdem, the actress paired the dynamic sleeves with an eye-catching s******t, giving you reason to keep your holiday pieces out for just a little longer.

On Wednesday, Reese Witherspoon was all business with a perfect work-appropriate ensemble. The key here? Elevate an all-black outfit with different textures, like the geometric quilted shapes in her YSL crossbody.

If you're having a moment, as Emma Stone is with her Golden Globes nomination, you got to go bold. Keep things sweet with a floral print and asymmetrical hemline or channel your inner Beyoncé and Lemonade-shashay down the street. Either way, there's nothing mellow about yellow.

Like Emma, Stranger Things star Natalia Dyer also caught our attention in yellow florals, except the actress added a retro touch with a see-through top. The contrast between the red cocktail dress and black shirt edged up the feminine frock in all the right ways. Use this technique with all your thin strap or strapless dresses.


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slimmer Emma Bleakley ditches size 30 dresses

And now at 13st 7lb she’s no longer shopping for shapeless size 30 outfits after fitting into a 10 for the first time.

Emma, 23, said: “The change has been amazing, I don’t recognise myself sometimes.

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“I was shopping the other day and saw a one shoulder prom dresses I liked but they only had a size 10.

“I decided to try it on anyway and I couldn’t believe it fitted me — I was dancing in the changing room.”

Emma, of Elgin, used to scoff burgers, takeaways, fizzy drinks and crisps. Her high calorie diet meant she was “mortified” aged 17 when she couldn’t fit on a theme park ride.

But now she makes healthy home-cooked meals and her favourite treats are low-fat yoghurt and fruit. She said: “I feel brilliant — I’ve lost the equivalent of a whole person.

“I’ve got so much more energy when I’m out walking my dogs.

“I’ve been overweight since a child, so it was the result of a lifetime of bad eating habits.”

Emma, a class manager at Scottish Slimmers who started her healthy eating plan two years ago, added: “I don’t see it as a diet — it’s a complete lifestyle change.”

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The Bridesmaids dresses

At most weddings, friends and sisters/brothers of the bride and groom are among those people who get to have the most fun, as well as bring all the events together with engaging with the guests. One major aspect of having fun at such events, particularly for many girls, is going all out with MarieProm Prom Dresses up, a chance we seldom get due to the requirement of being sober as adults! So the weddings in the close family or friend circle seems like the best time to bring out the glam and the loud and shiny at the same time, and sneakily or not so sneakily, twirl around mesmerised by our own flowing dresses. However, try not to steal the limelight from the bride or the groom by going overboard.

Overtime, the simplicity of weddings in the days when we just wore whatever the best we had are long gone, and not always lamentably. It is often quite adorable to see a small army of bridesmaids and groomsmen being the life of a party in coordinated outfits. It is more common to see elaborate planning in the dresses of the bridesmaids and their troupe.

But that being said, there are some things everyone has to keep in mind, a short list of which follows, along with some do nots, and a few dos, for you to get inspiration from this wedding season.

One does not have to dress any certain way to look chic, as it is all about appropriate styling and how you carry yourself. Some bridesmaids appear fully decked in heavy and statement pieces, beautiful taant saris, looking every part the bridesmaid, but can in no way be confused as the bride. Chunky but classy jewellery pieces, both in bronze and silver, are not traditional bridal-wear, and the flowers around the hair-buns only add an extra festive touch, when not clashing with the other elements.

For the Holud or Mehendi functions, a way to stand out with subtlety is to use various draping styles, along with understated jewellery and letting your lush hair loose, like the quintessential Bengali belle.

If you are blessed with a head full of long hair, an intricately woven braid, with or without flowers, might turn out to be your best accessory. The choice of colours can be your own, or on theme as decided by the bride and groom.

Delicate armbands or even temporary tattoos with henna and chandan look very chic, especially with the 'ek-pech' (single-drape) sari. So do the various unconventional jewellery items like lace, beads and shola (Indian cork). You can also experiment with the placement and folds of the 'kuchi' (central pleats). If you happen to be married, do not hesitate to bring out the treasured 'tikli', but then leave out the necklace perhaps, to keep the look balanced.

Unmarried women can also wear head and hair accessories, as long as these are age appropriate and not overshadowing the bride's own getup.

For the more formal occasions, when cottons are replaced by our silk and brocade favourites, be careful to pick colours which do not risk overwhelming the bride's own outfit. This does not mean you have to be dull or boring, as there is no dearth of classy and bright colours to choose from, in all shades from reds, blues, pinks to even earthy tones.

Katan and Benarasi happen to be all time favourites, and are available in hundreds of hues and styles. These can be paired with matching or contrast blouses, which is another area to express your creativity in.

The blouse's neckline, hem, back, sleeves, texture of the fabric and the colour itself are all open to experimentation, and can change the look of the same sari many times over!

As a good bridesmaid, you should be positive to the bride/groom's ideas about what you should wear, be an enthusiastic part of their vision for the celebrations, propose your own ideas and suggestions, and of course make time to accompany them for the endless shopping and planning trips if asked. However, you can still have oodles of fun in just evening dresses up, with good planning.


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Native Designers at SWAIA Haute Couture & Pret-a-Porter Fashion Show 2016

Some of the best Native designers will again do a whirlwind tour de force runway exhibit in about an hour or so on the first day of SWAIA’s Indian Market. The third annual Indian Market Fashion Show highlights Native designers who push the creative exploration of original and unique fashion as inspired by their diverse backgrounds.

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The show is an innovated expression of fashion, design and art, featuring award winning and internationally recognized Native designers. The exhibit is both Haute Couture, a designer line of high-end customized fashions, and Pret-a-Porter, what is better known as Ready-to-Wear, lines of standard size fashions ready to purchase and wear.

Fashion has become a touchstone of all things Native American. You can start by calling fashion self-expression and from there it branches out, pride, tradition, family, contemporary, modern, avant-garde, chic, but also outspoken, street, natural, elegant, comfortable, simple and beautiful. Try to avoid trendy which can become appropriation but it is always self-expression and so you have to own it and might as well flaunt it.

Many of the artists are also represented atNative Fashion Now, a major touring fashion show initiated at the Peabody Es*** Museum in Salem, MA by curator Karen Kramer. It is now showing at thePortland Art Museum, will travel to the Philbrook Museum in Tulsa and end at the National Museum of the American Indian in New York City. If you cannot make one of the venues, I highly recommend purchasing the exhibit catalog as a teaching tool and important contemporary cultural document.

Designers at SWAIA 2016 Haute Couture Show

Jamie Okuma(Luiseño/Shoshone-Bannock) began bead working as a child creating her own dance regalia for powwows near her home, on the La Jolla Luiseño Reservation. At the age of 22, Okuma became the youngest artist in the history of Santa Fe Indian market to win Best of Show, which would become the first of her four Best of Show awards: two from SWAIA and two from the Heard Museum Indian Fair and Market.

Orlando Dugi(Navajo) designs work that embodies a fresh statement through beads and fine materials such as silks, crocodile leather, crystals, feathers, velvet, gold and gems. Ideas of elegance, fashion, and creativity are evident in every piece of evening wear and accessory he creates. Most of his work is a single bead stitch technique utilizing the smallest beads, drawing attention to detail and precision.

Sho Sho Esquiro(Kaska Dene/Cree) is an award winning artist who is inspired by her Native North American roots and respect for nature, which is derivative of her upbringing in Yukon, Canada. Esquiro uses organic fabrics, as well as recycled leathers, furs, and trims, in vibrant colors. Resulting in melding her passion for hip-hop culture with her aboriginal heritage to create a unique, fresh look with an urban-Native twist.

Patricia Michaelsis a Traditional Native woman (Taos Pueblo) who is a style-maker at the forefront of modern fashion design and aesthetics. She creates boldly hip designs with a quality of timeless elegance. In 2012, she was asked to join the Season 11 cast of Project Runway.

Dorothy Grant(Haida) has been an internationally renowned contemporary fashion designer for over thirty-two years. In 1988, Grant became the first designer to merge Haida art and fashion utilizing her formal training at the Helen Lefeaux School of Fashion Design. After seventeen years in retail and manufacturing, Grant has transformed her entrepreneurial focus to Native art market trade shows and online sales through her website.

Pamela Baker(Kwakwaka'wakw/Squamish) As a single mother, Pamela moved her two children down to Los Angeles, California to study at Otis College of Art and Design where she obtained her degree in Fashion Design. Her newly acquired degree provided her with the technical skills and business acumen to focus her efforts on designing a future that would honour her ancestors. Baker is the creator of Touch of Culture, where modern technology blends with style and traditional values and symbols.

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Blue Wedding short prom dresses - Pamela BakerCrystal Rose Demientieff Worlis Tlingit Athabascan from Raven moiety, Sockeye Clan, from the Raven House. She is a child of a Thunderbird and from the Chilkat region in Southeast Alaska. Raised between Fairbanks and Juneau, she was introduced at a young age to her traditional arts, practices, and storytelling. Crystal experiments with kiln-cast glass, printmaking, painting, and silversmithing. She recently began working with fish skin, seal gut-skin, and furs.

David Gaussoin, born in Santa Fe, New Mexico of Picuris Pueblo, Navajo, and French descent, stems from a long line of artists on his mother's side with various silversmiths, painters, rug weavers, sculptors, and woodworkers. Gaussoin works with gold, sterling silver, and various precious and semiprecious stones, as well as incorporating materials not necessarily associated with jewelry, such as steel.

Wayne Nez Gaussoin, born in Santa Fe, New Mexico, is from a family of artist who taught him the art of silversmithing. Nez Gaussoins’ style is a mix of traditional Native American applications with a contemporary flair. He experiments with non-traditional materials in a progressive sense of design that incorporates his interest in art, photography, music, and fashion design.

Celeste Worl(Tlingit) is a visual artist and DJ, from the Northwest Coast, she was surrounded by a family of totem pole carvers, basket weavers. In 1980, Celeste and her family founded the Alaska Native Magazine (ANM). The magazine served as an educational, political and informational medium as well as reintroduced old ways of life and art into the Native struggle for survival in a new system. Celeste worked as the magazine's graphic artist, art director and its publisher.

Amber-Dawn Bear Robe(Blackfoot/Siksika) is an art curator and art historian who teaches at the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe. She has been called on again by SWAIA to be the Fashion Show producer and head wrangler of designers, artists, models, photographers, makeup and hair artists, DJ and sound crew.

The event takes place on Saturday August 20 at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center, starting at 1:00 pm. copy0 tickets for up front seating, and free standing room.

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Gwen Stefani Is “No Doubt” Feeling ‘90s Vibes in This Casual Moschino Look

Gwen Stefani was practically the queen of the ‘90s, so it’s no surprise that she can rock this throwback style as well as any star. The No Doubt singer was spotted making her way to the studio in Burbank, Calif. on Wednesday, looking tomboy-cool in a casual ensemble.

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Stefani rocked an oversize white tee with a Moschino logo (0; moschino.com), a major trend on celebrities and street style stars alike. The celeb paired her nostalgic tee with boyfriend-fit distressed denim and red high-top sneakers. Pulling her platinum blonde hair up into a topknot and adding a bright pink lip, she looked every bit the ’90s rock star.

Stefani has a few more California dates left on her This Is What the Truth Feels Like Tour, but luckily she hasn’t had to spend too much time away from her beau,Blake Shelton: The country crooner has joined his girlfriend on many a tour stop, performing a surprise duet on their hit, Go Ahead and Break My Heart.

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5 Fashion Labels on the Rise

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Vejas

The Canadian wunderkind Vejas Kraszewski may only be 19, but he already has a deep understanding of luxury. His hot-selling brand Vejas, which launched in fits and starts in 2014, landed him a place on the short list for this year’s LVMH Prize for Young Fashion Designers, an acknowledgement that encouraged him and his small Toronto team to hold an informal presentation in Paris this past March. His fall collection, which features sophisticated pieces in wool felt, shaved goat hair, alpaca knit, nylon, and a purple leather that Kruszewski says reminds him of a bruise, is relatively womanly for a designer whose clothes tend to defy conventional notions of gender. “Certain looks are better suited to the curves of the female body,” he concedes. “But I always make pieces for myself as well.”

Carlo Volpi Knitwear

Carlo Volpi shows his designs on men, but his intricately textured sweaters in tutti-frutti hues are quite lady-friendly. “I’ve always found the notion of gender irrelevant,” says the London-based ­Italian, who is 38. “I consider my work uni***—I like to mock traditional stereotypes.” Furthering that point with his fall collection of tunics, printed sweatshirts, satin blousons, and jogging pants, he combines Pop stripes with schmaltzy broken hearts and cartoon prints. Volpi produces the sweaters using Italian yarns and knitting machines that provide the lo-fi look he prefers. “I love the freedom and the magic of knit. It still amazes me how you can create a garment from a strand of yarn. It’s a weird obsession, almost a fetish.”

Atlein

Antonin Tron spent the past decade working at Givenchy, Balenciaga, and Louis Vuitton, all the while longing to start his own line. “It had to be the right moment, both for me and for how I envisioned things,” he says. It wasn’t until the 32-year-old French designer came upon some dead-stock jersey and a family-run factory with the savoir-faire to work with it that Atlein was born. The name refers to “an abstract destination—the Atlantic Ocean is really important to me,” says Tron, who escapes whenever he can to surf on France’s Southwestern coast. His love of the sport is reflected in his debut collection, comprised of intricately patched short prom dress uk and fluid separates. “Comfort and freedom of movement are important. I try not to forget the woman who will move and live in these clothes.”

Afterhomework(Paris)

As the name suggests, Afterhomework(Paris) began as an extracurricular activity. Two years ago, Pierre Kaczmarek, then just 15, started designing T-shirts for his friends; last fall, he launched an all-black collection inspired by the French painter Pierre ­Soulages. Kaczmarek makes his own patterns or drapes directly on models, and plans to take sewing classes rather than enroll in fashion school. The precocious teen, who works with Elena Mottola, 18, a stylist who is his “muse and right arm,” says his most recent offerings are a response to the terrorist attacks in Paris last November—one of the targeted cafés was just down the block from his apartment. “This affected us deeply. I wanted to show that young people can rise up through artistic expression.”

Rokh

Growing up in South Korea in the late 1990s, Rok Hwang would go to great lengths to get his fashion fix. “Information was very limited—I remember searching and searching to have a look at Martin Margiela’s or Raf Simons’s latest collection images,” he says. It was a magazine interview with Louise Wilson, the legendary British professor of fashion design, that motivated him to move to London and attend Central Saint Martins, after which he landed a job working with Phoebe Philo at Céline. “I learned so much about tailoring from her and the beauty of perfectly cut garments,” Hwang, 32, says. His new line, Rokh, designed with his wife, Stella Im, 26, debuts this fall. “The Rokh girl has attitude,” he says of his “distorted” trenchcoats, satin slip MarieProm short prom dresses with bondage-style straps, and slightly savage fur coats. “She’s real and raw.”


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THE BEST OF WHAT'S NEW FOR FALL

Let's start with the ruffles. You can't move for ruffles. And velvet. Sometimes you find yourself dreaming about them. You wake up at the point of suffocation by ruffled velvet. It's a hauntingly romantic kind of season. Sometimes the romance turns dark. Those teeny, tiny sprig prints (it's also a print season) grow predatory. You feel like Gretel—a Gretel who hankers after one of those gorgeous floaty (yup, the season is floaty as well) or lacy (that too, lots and lots of it) ruffled short prom dresses you saw at Alexander McQueen. The ones seeped in fantasy motifs; the ones Sarah Burton said she purposely wanted to be redolent of nightmares as much as she wanted them to be sweet, because one without the other is not interesting. You want one very badly because, like so many of this fall's folksy, flouncy chiffon dresses (seen at Erdem, Rodarte, Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini, Alberta Ferretti, et al.), they're exquisite. Then you remember that you don't do sprigs, or dresses, and maybe you haven't worn florals or flounces for two decades. That shouldn't be a lifelong pass; the right floral or flounce may be the rogue atom that revitalizes your entire closet.

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Welcome to a new season—one that doesn't simply propose a stranglehold on a lone idea but a myriad of possibilities, from biker girls to Pre-Raphaelites, outdoor-bound anorak wearers to armchair athletes.

If the onslaught of ideas seems confusing when you walk into a store or wander into an online boutique at summer's end, keep in mind that they're just the catalysts for a closet-refresher course—an ideal time to put some fresh gas in the tank.

The takeaway mesغير مجاز مي باشدe for real life? Mixing a single sporty piece with heels and tailoring is a shortcut to contemporary polish. It cuts it in the workplace, for sure. This season, try a silky, cuff-hemmed jogging pant with heels and a tailored jacket. Meanwhile, trainers, tuxedos, and crystals are now a classic trope for evening. Who said dressing up can't be effortless?

For a more formal excursion into androgynous functionality, there's always menswear—and I mean always. Pinstripes, elongated waistcoats, and brogues abound, and they've acquired a renewed desirability when styled with extravagant jewelry and lushly feminine fabrics.

If you haven't yet traded your white shirts for a soft, decorative blouse in any color but especially a dark jewel tone, this is your moment. From florals to stripes, scarf ties to lace inserts, metallics to ruffled yokes, Beatrix Potter necklines to Marc Jacobs's theatrical neck bows, the statement blouse is becoming the transformer trigger for many women: that key piece that's (almost) making a tailored jacket redundant but certainly works beautifully with it. Wear it with jeans or tweeds for a sensual but edgy option and a satin s******t or culottes to take you from a fashion party through to the most elegant setting.

To identify more mercurial agitators, it's helpful to understand the seasonal mood. Proportions and colors can (and should) be adapted to personal taste, but mood—and the pieces to invest in, to boot—provides a framework for seemingly disparate forces. This fall, there's an antiestablishment spirit that touches on everything, whether it's the ethereal Victorian maxis at Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini that are pushing out the Trump-pleasing, ***y, fitted dresses of the past; the streetwear that sprang fully formed at Vetements a year ago; or the dressed-down high-fashion renditions of athleisure. From cropped-haired, makeup-free models to chunky flat-form shoes, the ä norms of pretty are being challenged.

Where there is rebellion, the military is never far behind. Enter Prada, Versace, and Valentino, to name but three houses, with some of the smartest tailoring we have seen in a very long time.

No grown woman should take any of fashion's caprices literally. Even designers don't anymore. Instead they undercut every decree with a metaphorical lift of the eyebrow. Prada's army coats were shown with ultra-waist-cinching belts and ladylike top-handle bags. Valentino's were the carapace for the filmiest lace and tulle gowns. Versace's stirrup ski pants marched out with razor-sharp jackets and heels. There's utilitarian yin and vintage-looking yang everywhere you look: the brocade at Gucci, Prada, and See by Chloé, where quilted vests were slipped under khaki overalls; the animal prints at Dries Van Noten and Stella McCartney; and a slick rehash of 1970s excess at Roberto Cavalli.

And, yes, you did read the words "stirrup pants." They were in Demna Gvasalia's much-talked-about debut runway show for Balenciaga too, worn with jewel-smothered satin stilettos, and they probably constitute the season's most radical pants choice. You may want to pursue the popular velvet pant instead. Giorgio Armani pretty much has the genre covered in his take on menswear suiting, while Valentino used the opulent material in sumptuous dresses.

But let's not dismiss the stirrup out of hand because, as discussed, you never know. At Balenciaga it came with some spectacular ski-jacket interpretations, featuring soaring necklines or off-the-shoulder ones, quilting, and sky-high price tags. The definition of modern, pragmatic luxury—warm, light, and, unlike fake or real fur, impervious to waterlogging—Balenciaga's puffy coats and canvas anoraks are emblematic of an urban sportiness that can't simply be explained away as a passing trend. A rackful of haute bombers and sweatshirt fabrics is turning recent notions of what passes for elegance on their head.

Even fashion's die-hard romantics, bohos, and glamour junkies have bought into this athleisure moment: an equestrian-inspired quilted cobalt satin below-the-knee, belted coat at Tory Burch; and the ubiquitous track pants.

Then there is the equally relaxed and fictional color-blocked leather motorcycle jacket at Rag & Bone, graphic sportswear at Louis Vuitton, plus kick-flare leather pants with seaming borrowed from the Hells Angels … What is it about the biking fraternity (and sorority) that makes it so eternally appealing to fashion designers who go everywhere by limo? Discipline? Rebelliousness? The combination has produced a welcome high-energy alternative to the old body-con silhouettes. Right now fashion is in love with the strong ***iness of the sports arena rather than the cleavage-flashing of the showgirl.

There is so much tweed around, by the way, all of it juxtaposed with things that would startle our grandmothers—trainers, lamé, leather, and denim. There's also an array of tempting new bags to add a punctuation mark to your look or to deliberately throw it off-kilter, including Mulberry's navy Maple tote with contrasting topstitching; Loewe's expandable, highly adaptable, small Hammock; Balenciaga's Classic Traveller backpack in black suede; and an abundance of dainty top-handle and decorative chain-strap bags … no whatevers there. A bland era this is not.

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