Skip Nav

Gold Trend New York Fashion Week Fall 2012

Go For Gold and Try This Glamourous Trend From New York Fashion Week

For Fall 2012, designers set the gold standard with gorgeously gilded pieces perfect for any glamour girl. From Prabal Gurung's liquid-looking gown to Rachel Zoe's fur-topped minidress, this precious hue was popping up all over our favorite runways. Watch our full trend report to see all the ways you'll be going for gold come Fall!

View Transcript »
Transcript

Hey it's Allison McNamara and you're watching FabFlash and today we're bringing you our first front report from New York Fashion Week. We're putting the spotlight on all things gold for 2012. Designers like Jason Wu, Derek Lam, and Rachel Zoe, to name a few, went lux for fall, covering everything from gowns to shoes, gold is sure to be a key color next season. Prabal Garung showed a standout liquid looking gown that he edged up with side cutouts. And J. Mendel updated a black and white cut out dress with slick gold sleeves. Rachael Zoe went for total luxury pairing a short gold dress with an oversize white fur jacket. And Monique Lhuillier showed jacket, dresses and casually jumpsuit with a rock 'n roll vibe. Jason Wu debut head-to-toe beauty made fresh, with a navy and gold brocade pattern. Inspired by China, Jason's gold lame pieces had a far eastern flare with beautiful detailing on skirts and dresses. Marc by Marc Jacobs showed very wearable gold separates that can easily be worn for day or night, like this gorgeous gold coat. Another easy way to try out this rich shoe is with accessories. We saw some really cool pointy toe boots at Philip Lim, paired with all black, and shiny lace up oxfords at Derek Lam. You can also try out a statement making clutch or belt ala Diane von Furstenberg. We can't wait to start incorporating this metallic color into our look. Make sure to keep gold on your radar come fall, and come back here for New York fashion return reports. I'm Allison MacNamara and I'll see you next time on Fab Flash on Fab Sugar TV.