Holt Renfrew Fall Winter 2010 – 2011 Womenswear Preview

I took a day off work and attended the Holt Renfrew Fall 2010 Womenswear preview.  It was a chance to see samples of the fall merchandise and learn about upcoming fall trends according to Holt Renfrew.

Fall 2010 Holt Renfrew Women’s Trends

  • The Masculine Topper
  • The Reefer
  • The Fur Trimmed Parka
  • The Vest
  • The Masculine Shirt
  • The Feminine Blouse
  • The Slim Leg – legging or cigarette; looking newest in prints
  • The Fuller Pant – masculine, pleated or military influenced
  • The Shorter Skirt
  • The Longer Skirt
  • The Knit Dress
  • The Long Sleeve Dress

Fall 2010 Holt Renfrew Women’s Accessories Trends

  • The Oversized Beret
  • The Knit Hair Band
  • The Loop Scarf – fur or knit
  • The Pendant
  • The Brooch
  • The Extra Long Belt
  • The “Stash” Bag
  • The Iconic Satchel
  • The Lace-up Boot
  • The Wedge
  • The Loafer – high or low heel
  • The Pointy Toe Pump

New Designers – 6126, Carven, Christ Shearling, Cinzia Rocca, Cosabella, Dylan George, Eight Sixty, Fuzzi, Helen Morely, Hudson Collection, Jane Post, JNBY, Lounge Lover, Marlies Dekkers, Michael Michael Kors, One Teaspoon, Pleasure State, Red Valentino, Son of John, TEXTILE, TwentyCluny, Gareth Pugh, Chloe, Peter Pilotto, Victoria Beckham, Rag & Bone/Jean, Rag & Bone/Shirt, Current Elliot x Marni

New Footwear Designers – Givenchy, Dr. Martens, Rick Owens, UGG Jimmy Choo, Donna Karen, Alexandre Birman, Rachel Comey, La Baccarina, Mou, My Ferragamo, Rosegold

New Jewellery Designers – Givenchy, Jenny Bird, Fruitz, MCL (Matthew Campbell Laurenza), Kate Spade, Brunello Cucinelli, Donna Karen, Fiona Paxton, Lee Angel

New Handbag Designers – Givenchy, Kate Spade, Akris, Carven, Badgley Mishka, Clara Kasavina, Stuart Weitzman

I am super stoked for Givenchy accessories.  Shoes, handbags and jewellery oh my!  Holt Renfrew will also be carrying my denim obsession,  Current Elliot x Marni.  It looks even better in person.  Rick Owens shoes are coming, I die!!!!

See all my photos from the event

New Photos – Marni x Current Elliot Fall 2010

Marni x Current Elliot Fall 2010
images: Dazed Digital

In February, I posted about the Marni X Current Elliot denim collaboration.

Marni and Current Elliot have teamed up for denim collaboration for Fall 2010. Marni designer, Consuelo Castiglioni, was given free reign to design denim that fit with the Marni aesthetic. This is her first denim line

Dyes and washes span from light azure to indigo and from faded to saturated. A few styles will be sold with a black cotton belt that Castiglioni likes knotted as a ribbon. Other details include cloth borders, either press studded or piped in leather. Retail prices for the Marni-Current Elliott jeans range from $250 to $500 and will be carried in Marni stores starting in June.

Marni x Current Elliot Fall 2010
images: Nylon

There are some new photos out of the collection from Dazed Digital and Nylon. High Snobette has posted an editorial shot that features the jeans in the May issue of Vogue.  I’m liking the styles I’ve posted here with my favourite being the dark denim style in the first picture.  Lucky Mag is reporting that prices will range from $182-$509 and availability at Marni boutiques, Nordstrom, Bergdorf Goodman and Saks.  No word on Canadian availability yet

images: nylonmag.com and dazeddigital.com

Marni x Current Elliot Fall 2010

Marni x Current Elliot Fall 2010
Marni and Current Elliot have teamed up for denim collaboration for Fall 2010. Marni designer, Consuelo Castiglioni, was given free reign to design denim that fit with the Marni aesthetic. This is her first denim line

Dyes and washes span from light azure to indigo and from faded to saturated. A few styles will be sold with a black cotton belt that Castiglioni likes knotted as a ribbon. Other details include cloth borders, either press studded or piped in leather. Retail prices for the Marni-Current Elliott jeans range from $250 to $500 and will be carried in Marni stores starting in June.

This denim gives me visions of chunky boots and rolled up cuffs. I’d pair them with an oversized tshirt and my Final Fashion docs or any of the shorter boots in my closet.

via WWD.com

images: WWD.com