With the shows over and the tents all packed up, PSFK is noticing a couple of interesting trends emerge for fall. Overall, we're seeing a more serious, grown-up approach to fashion, which is good considering we had been worried about a flood of hot pink and tween-worthy styles.

Sophisticated, modest tailoring & silhouettes dominated the runways, banishing free-spirited boho chic once and for all. Mini-skirts were few and far between, waists were higher, and fabrics were luscious without being luxurious. While there were a fair amount of prints to be seen, they fell into three basic categories, all pretty intellectual/worldly: Art-inspired prints; ethnic, travel-inspired prints; and pixelated or oversized florals.

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