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February 26th, 2010 by Janelle | Fashion Week, Model News, Trends Posts
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Plaid is baaaaaack, the familiar patterns are everywhere this season for men and for women: whether it is the romantic patchwork look at Rodarte, Chris Benz’s laid back madras or a good ol’ red and black workwear shirt at Michael Bastian, designers are playing with the notion of pattern. For fall/winter the trend seems to revolve around mixing prints for an eclectic look, but will it catch on? Unless you are Terry Richardson, there is probably only a limited amount of plaid in your closet and even plaid enthusiasts might shy away from the bold mixes and matches seen on the runway.

Which designer / model pulls off the trend best and will you be trying this out for yourself?

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Kate Somers in Alexandre Herchcovitch | Tetyana Melnychuk in Rodarte

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Michael Bastian | Yuri Pleskun in Duckie Brown

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Sophie Willing in Vivienne Westwood Red Label | Manuela Lazic in Chris Benz


Womenswear images courtesy of Style.com | Menswear images courtesy of GQ.com

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7 Comments

  1. Rini says:

    I’ll go with Westwood – at least the plaid on that skirt(?) looks like an actual woven pattern, rather than something Brigadoon vomited onto a loom.

  2. All about Models says:

    Tetyana at Rodate, I could imagine to wear it directly tomorrow.So cute
    http://allaboutmodels.blogspot.com/

  3. FOTOGRAFY says:

    ugh! ugly stuff !!!

  4. Mango says:

    Manuela Lazic in Chris Benz!

  5. kay says:

    rodarte looks nice, and the males look cool in it too. buts not my favourite anyways.

  6. Joe says:

    I like the Vivienne Westwood piece but not on that model with that hair and makeup

  7. Taynara says:

    rodarte, westwood & herchcovitch

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