New York fashion director Amy Larocca and fashion editor Bifen Xu sat down with our video camera recently to recap the trends from the spring 2011 runways. Of course it was hard to miss how much white there was on the runways this season (in shows like Alexander Wang), along with seventies influences (in shows like Marc Jacobs) and sheer fabrics (in shows like Thakoon). They also love flat platforms that have plenty of height but almost no incline, which is "good news for women everywhere," Xu says. Hear more in the video.
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