Fashion Trends 2010

2010 will be an exciting year for fashion; experts predict that we’ll emerge from the global financial crisis and, as a result, we can expect to see a new standard of fashion rise up. Introducing 2010 fashion trends. Classically inspired but with a serious infusion of the sex and skin, this is what we’ll be wearing in 2010.

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2010 fashion trends

Women’s fashion trends 2010

Spring 2010 / Summer 2010 women’s fashion trends

Spring Summer Clothing Fashion Trends 2010 Keep up to date with what you’ll be wearing for Spring/Summer 2010. From hot pants to knee high socks, fierce warriors to football players; we look at key inspirations, colours, cuts, and styles. We also give you plenty of picture inspiration, and tips on how to wear each trend. Read our constantly updated Women’s Spring 2010 fashion trends guide for more.

Fall 2010 fashion trends

women's fashion trend 2010 fall autumn winter The Autumn (Fall) /Winter seasons are our favourite; extra layers mean extra clothes, mean a more refined look. Join us as we look forward to the end of 2010, the cooler weather, and all the layering and extra detail it allows us to work into our wardrobes. We’ll bring you the key looks and influences that will form the basis for your revamped look for the season. Click to read about women’s fall 2010 fashion trends.

Men’s fashion trends 2010

Men’s fall 2010 fashion trends

men's fall 2010 fashion trends Men’s fashion moves slower than women’s, but that doesn’t mean that a season doesn’t have a distinct look, nor that there aren’t overarching themes from the year that can be worked into a wardrobe: after all, fashion is a constant evolution. For Autumn / Fall 2010 men’s fashion will continue its drive towards the classics, with everything from military to suiting evolving. Click to read about men’s fall 2010 fashion trends.

Men’s suits: cuts, styles, what to buy and how to wear them

Men's Suits 2009 Picking a new suit is never an easy task; there’s the cut, the fabric and the quality all to worry about. Though men’s fashion trends change at a slow pace, and suits slowest of all, 2009 and 2010 will see a major move away from the monochromatic skinny-boy suit to something a lot more masculine and adventurous. But don’t worry, the slim cuts aren’t going anywhere. Click to read more on men’s suits in 2010 including our tips on buying the perfect suit.

2010 Hair Trends

2010 hair trends: women’s

2010 hair trends To describe this as a hair trend report is an understatement. With every key hair cut, hairstyle, and hair colour trend for 2010 described and photographed, this is the one article you must read to stay in fashion in 2010. Don’t be let down by an out-of-date ‘do. Read about women’s 2010 hair trends and how to wear them.

2010 hair trends: men’s

2009 men's hair trends Taking their lead from 2009, 2010 men’s hair trends are the classic hair styles revived. While the classic revivals sees the Edwardian hair-part revived, styles such as the Regency fringe will increasingly take a modern twist as they fused with a style normally reserved for women: bed hair.

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He was 5 when his teacher wrote on his report card “Daniel can’t sit still.” Taking it as a compliment, he’s been on the go ever since. Having flown over 590,000 kilometres in a single year (2012), he’s done much to push the boundaries of a fashioniser, always looking to fold one extra Tom Ford suit into his set of Samsonite cases and for one extra occasion to tie a tie for. As much an editor-at-large as he is Fashionising.com’s Editor-in-chief, when he's not travelling to all the fashion weeks his passports will allow him to, Daniel works on guiding this publication’s editorial and trend views. He is one of Fashionising.com’s co-founders.

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