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Fall Fashion Report highlights top trends
Nov 4, 2010

Just released, Highpoint Market's Fall 2010 Fashion Report outlines seven key trends from October market.
Comfort Mood: People are in need of a respite in their homes, and exhibitors responded with warm and comforting looks that have a strong nostalgic spirit.
Fall Fashion Report highlights top trends
Take Me Away: Exotic excursions are intriguing, even if consumers may not be able to afford to travel to faraway lands. That wanderlust is sparking new looks.
Fall Fashion Report highlights top trends
Al Fresco: A backlash to the high-tech world has us stepping into the great outdoors to escape.
Color Me Glad: Bright colors are stirred in with grey and neutrals to bring a pop of happy color to an otherwise calm and soothing palette.
Shape of Things to Come: This trend draws a line from point A to point B, so get out your compass.
Fall Fashion Report highlights top trends
This Is How We Live: The way we use our living spaces is changing dramatically, and home furnishings companies are responding with products to fit the new reality.
Finishing the Story: It’s all about the finishes, or the lack of finishes.
Fall Fashion Report highlights top trends
New, emerging trends they uncovered include:
Retro Runway: Mad Men and a mad mad world have us reaching back for a nostalgic feeling. Retro looks were all the rage on the runways, and those styles will be stepping into the home.
Fall Fashion Report highlights top trends
Pattern Play: As always, we find inspiration in nature and travel, but it’s where we focus our attention next that garners the buzz.
Verne’s Victoriana: A heady mixture of Victorian and industrial is gaining ground as a cultural phenomenon as much as a fashion statement, and it’s beginning to make an impact in home furnishings.
Color Is Coming: Color is on the horizon. Look for the ’70s to be a major influence on the colors for 2011 and 2012.
French Connection: Ah, Paris – the romance, the history, the je ne sais quoi. Forget the Brit invasion, this is about joie de vivre.
Art Gallery: Art has always inspired, but today’s interpretations feature grand works directly on the furnishings themselves.
Glass Act: The material of choice for forward-thinking designers, glass is finding its way into fascinating forms.

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