For over 20 years, Marie Saint Pierre has been on the cutting edge of Canadian fashion design and a bright star of the cosmopolitan Montreal fashion scene. In Real Style’s exclusive Designer Picks series this fashion forward designer shares her fashion tips and favorite trends with Real style readers.
For this season Marie Saint Pierre’s top designer picks include pieces that you can incorporate into your existing wardrobe: think beige, long jersey dresses oversized items and gold accessories. Here is Marie Saint Pierre’s Designer Picks Q & A:
Real Style Network – What do you think are the hottest fashion trends for fall and winter 2010/2011?
Marie Saint Pierre – The colour Beige, jersey fabrics and asymmetries in the cut of the garment.
Real Style Network – What are the new essential wardrobe pieces all women should have in their fall 2010 wardrobe and why?
Marie Saint Pierre – My must have pieces for fall/winter are :a skin color or nude coloured top, a car coat, a long jersey dress and an oversized piece. ( The photos bellow illustrate some examples.)
Skin Colour Top Car coat
Jersey Dress Oversized piece
Real Style Network – What are the best new accessories for the upcoming season and why?
Marie Saint Pierre – For me it is the tone on tone jewelry pieces. They are like sculpted fabric and can be worn separately from the garment leaving you with the perfect accessory piece.
Real Style Network – Any other fashion and style tips you may want to share with our readers?
Marie Saint Pierre – Wear gold: shoes, fabric, makeup…
Thank you Marie Saint Pierre for the fashion tips above. As you have seen with our other DESIGNER PICKS Q&A’s one emerging trend is GOLD accessories, the colour beige for tops and long jersey dresses and/or skirts.
Fashion designers are at least 6 month ahead of all trends and their direct advice on what to buy right now is priceless in helping you make the RIGHT fashion choices !
Find Marie Saint Pierre’s fashion at her boutiques or other special retailers around the world.
Shop for Marie Saint Pierre’s fashion at her Montreal shops or speciality fashion boutiques around the world.