NEW YORK — The spring designer runway shows offered some of the most easily interpretable trends in recent memory and should quickly make an impression on lower-priced tiers.
Specifically, it was the more pulled-together ensembles of Paris and New York, such as the jacket and skirt sets at Chanel, and the colorful, feminine looks at shows like Marc Jacobs, Christian Dior and Narciso Rodriguez that are expected to trickle down from the designer level into the moderate, better and bridge sportswear arena — but not the obvious sexiness of super-short skirts or Eighties’ glam shown in Milan.
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