2011 Predictions

December 30, 2010

As 2010 draws to a close, we have for you some stylish (but not all entirely serious) predictions about what will happen in the year ahead.

Lady Gaga herself, after wearing a dress made of beef, a studded latex bikini, and a see-through lace bodysuit (sans bra, of course) in 2010, will evolve out of clothing completely in the new year, hitting the Grammys in a vajazzle and vanipple ensemble. (The latter being an early 2011 invention.)

* Speaking of nudity, the buff-hued trend that ruled runways over the past few seasons will keep popping up in Fall 2011 and Spring 2012 shows. Other strong fall trends will include cropped sweaters and blazers, flared trousers, thick knits, collared blouses buttoned up to the top, printed maxi-dresses, nontraditional furs and pops of acidic hues.

Alexandra Burke will come out with her own Beauty Products

* In addition to designers playing with the color wheel, KATY B will get ,more fashionable and add a bit of color to the dull look she has, Rihanna will take note of her bestie Katy Perry’s vibrant wig collection and don both purple and electric blue locks before the year is over. Oh, and platinum blond, too.

Other hot beauty trends for fall will include nude lips and natural eyes, accented only by browns and gold, while bright lipsticks and glosses will be back for spring.

Alesha Dixon will give up music for more glamarous TV Roles

Socail media single acess to mutiple sites will sky rocket it becomes easier to merge your accounts together.

* We proclaim 2011 the Year of the Fancy Hat, thanks to the over-the-top nuptials of Prince William and Kate Middleton on April 29. Also,the Met’s Costume Institute Gala on May 4, which will celebrate the fantastical designs of the late great Alexander McQueen and those who helped his creations come to life, including iconic milliner Philip Treacy.

reuniting the über-supermodels of the ’90s for a nostalgia-inducing charity runway show

Internet fashion publishing will be revolutionized when StyleList invents the online scent strip, available as an iPad app.

Have a prediction of your own to share? We’d love to hear it in a comment below.


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