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HTX Fall For Fashion 2012

September traditionally marks the start of the fall fashion season, and even though the temperatures remain hotter than hot in Houston, it's time to look to the sizzling trends of the season in our annual "Fall for Fashion" special editorial series. We'll examine why we "fall" for fashion and what it means in our lives. And we'll also gaze into the future, with on-the-scene coverage of fashion week in New York, where top designers offer a sneak peek of spring 2013 styles. Which just goes to prove, fashion is forever.

HTX Fall For Fashion 2012

SHOPPING BREAK

It's boots season! Seriously — the hottest new boots for "cool" weather

By Sarah Rufca

Oct 1st, 2012 at 5:48 PM

Only in Houston does a week with high temps in the 80s herald fall weather. You know what? Who cares! Boot weather!


IT'S IN THE JEANS

The Bag Snob is no snob at all: Tina Craig influences designers & shoppers by democratizing fashion

By Heather Staible

Oct 1st, 2012 at 10:15 AM

Don’t judge a bag by its cover. That’s the takeaway from my chat with Tina Craig, creator of Bag Snob, one of the most influential style blogs on ...


FAB FIND

The fall color that makes you look slimmer: Houston designer's berrylicious accessories are red hot

By Heather Staible

Sep 30th, 2012 at 10:30 AM

Berry hues are always a fall favorite, but this season burgundy with a splash of python is what’s in the mix. All of the fashion magazines have dubbed the ...


PARIS JOURNAL

Paris or Bust: Fashion week survival in Europe includes these 10 "must have" items

By Annina Stefanelli, Lindley Arnoldy

Sep 29th, 2012 at 5:15 PM

Two Houston bloggers are headed to Paris Fashion Week. They included these "must-have" items for their trip.


SHARP CONTRAST

Minimal restraint: Less is more at Donna Karan, Marc Jacobs, DKNY & Yigal Azrouel

By Clifford Pugh

Sep 29th, 2012 at 10:30 AM

For some top designers at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, less is more. See their minimal looks here.


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