Fall fashion was on display this past Tuesday evening as Details held its first fashion show of the Fall season. The show took place at Mona Lisa's restuarant and saw tables full of fashion followers prepped to see the newest collections. The show started with designs from Alembika, a new Israeli line from Tel Aviv featuring an artsy mix of fabrics and textures.
Another new collection, Raw Earth Wild Sky, was also on display featuring organic knit sweatershirts, leggings, and tops.
Popular line Planet was shown featuring new silhouettes for Fall and richer colors. Chocolate, graphite, and rich espresso were among the fall palette of Planet clothing. The full silhouette of the Planet Pocket Pant paired well with the new gray and black striped v-neck top. Another must-have item from Planet was the Multi-Striped Sweater in esprsso, black, and white. The oversized sweater draped beautifully and caught the attention of fashion onlookers immediently.
Sweater by 360 Cashmere
Another eye-catching piece of the evening was the cashmere star sweater from 360 Cashmere. The sweater comes in 100% gray-heathered cashmere with a beautiful paprika star on the back. The sweater turned-heads and had onlookers talking as the model moved through the room. Novelty cashmere is a major trend for Fall and was displayed consistently throughout the show.
Leather and leather trim were also on display Tuesday evening as key trends for fall fashion. The above pictured leather jacket is from brand My Tribe and features edgy, yet stylish pyramid studs to add a bikeresque flare to the jacket. Additional leather and leather trim looks came from brands Bailey 44 and again from My Tribe. Bailey 44's fall collection features leather trim and accents and can be view here.
Joseph Ribkoff's Illusion Dress was another show stopper. The Illusion Dress, featuring sheer panels was another wildly talked about must-have piece that showcased the fall trend of illusion or illusion lace. The dress is available here and buyers are reminded to size up when ordering the piece as it runs small.