Killah Top for Women-Pink Tunic
This year on the runway, bones other than model's ribs and knees made a debut. Alexander McQueen without a doubt has introduced the fashion industry to the wondrous world of skulls, making the normally Gothic symbol a fashionable success years ago. Karl Lagerfeld and Chanel followed the trend by creating dodgy heels, and taboo imagery nearly two years ago. Currently, these Dsquared Fall 2010 shoes carry on that legacy with an anthropologist's dream shoe - thus resulting in the creation of these skeletal stilettos. The series features a variety of high heeled boots and shoes that feature heels that look like they are made from spinal columns.
I know shoulder pads were a trend you'd never thought would come back, let alone stay in the resurrected-fad spotlight for more than one season, but structured shoulders are going strong, featured on everything from minidresses to blouses. My favorite recent take on the emphasized shoulder trend is blazers and jackets. While the warming weather may call for something on the lighter side, these jackets are hot on the trend radar regardless, providing an edgier, more stylish cover-up than your typical cardigan or lightweight shrug. And despite their sharp angles, they're anything but "straight edge!" These bold-shouldered jackets are so fierce, you'll want to rock them all day no matter how hot the weather is! Check out the slideshow for the selection!