Large overcoats sit in your closet after that warm
winter. Those really "in" boots and super-long
scarves didn't come into play, but early spring trends
will put you back on track. Did last winter leave
your fashion sense out in the cold? It's time to shine!
Join Rita as she leads us into a very feminine 2003
is relaxed and bright; happiness fills the air.
Sensuality resonates. There are vibrant colors and
black and white collections. There is the risque,
and the enduring classics. One must-have for every
woman, however, is a great figure to show off those
clothes. Collections this spring reveal every sexy
curve, and there's no room in those outfits to hide!
Models are in slim dresses with high empire waists,
pants plastered to the pelvis, or skin-tight skirts.
Spring 2003 is pure femininity!
Vuitton's design director, Marc Jacobs, gives a
youthful twist to this traditional brand. Bright
rainbow colors are used in a psychedelic-sixties
inspired collection with hot pinks, apple greens,
fresh yellows. Jacobs collaborates with Japanese
artist Takashi Murakami to create the Monogram line,
whose rainbow-colored purses are essentials.
Ford, chief designer and creative director for Gucci
and YvesSaintLaurent, creates individual style while
bringing out the best in both lines. His YSL 2003
theme shows why. He takes palatial resplendence
and exhibits the luxury of graceful repose.
or not you're accustomed to styles that really bring
out the women in you, "just do it" this
2003's Very Feminine Spring! Welcome a change and