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# THELIST: 16 FOR 2016

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Here's what to watch for in the Year  2016 .

Fashion and culture have always gone hand in hand. Here, a forecast of the fashion and culture that will define this Year:

Fashion and culture have always gone hand in hand. Here, a forecast of the fashion and culture that will define this Year:

1.Eliot Sumner

As she preps for the January release of her new album, Information, Eliot Sumner, the youngest daughter of Sting and film producer Trudie Styler, is nearing the end of her American tour. BAZAAR caught up with the singer before she hits the European circuit, and learned more about her thrilling journey. Read the full article here.

2.Demna Gvsalia at Balenciaga

Gvasalia, designer for the sought- after Düsseldorf-based fashion collective Vetements and a veteran of Martin Margiela and Louis Vuitton, became the talk of the town when he was named the new artistic director for Balenciaga, succeeding Alexander Wang. His first collection for the house will be shown this March.

Vetements, Spring 2016

3. The New Faces

The season's big breakout models both might have short hair, but their résumés are getting longer by the minute. Dominican-born Lineisy Montero graced the Spring 2016 catwalks of Proenza Schouler and Chanel, and has already snagged a Prada campaign. Meanwhile, Ruth Bell's delicate features and fresh buzz cut caught the eye of casting agents for Gucci, Max Mara, and Versace.

Lineisy Montero at Valentino; Ruth Bell at Gucci

4. The New Romantics

The Spring 2016 runways were brimming with all manner of dreamy prints, flouncy fabrics, and boudoir-y silhouettes. Valentino offered breezy, floor-sweeping dresses in African-influenced patterns, while candy-colored ensembles with trompe l'oeil bows reigned at Gucci, and Céline reimagined the '90s slipdress in luxurious satin and frothy lace.

Prints: Valentino, Spring 2016; Modern Vintage: Gucci, Spring 2016; Slipdresses: Céline, Spring 2016

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5.Mapplethorpe's Moment

The late, great Robert Mapplethorpe will get a double showing in March, with companion exhibitions at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the nearby Getty Center. On view: The artist's nudes, images of friends and lovers, flower still lifes, and explorations in sculpture, collage, and video spanning his entire oeuvre. Patti Smith, photographed by Robert Mapplethorpe, 1978

The late, great Robert Mapplethorpe will get a double showing in March, with companion exhibitions at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the nearby Getty Center. On view: The artist's nudes, images of friends and lovers, flower still lifes, and explorations in sculpture, collage, and video spanning his entire oeuvre.

Patti Smith, photographed by Robert Mapplethorpe, 1978

6.  Rare Gems

Bergdorf Goodman has partnered with sustainable mining company Gemfields on a collection created by 18 jewelry labels, from David Webb to Pomellato. It will be available exclusively at the retailer's newly reopened fine-jewelry salon.

Stephen Webster earrings, Bergdorf Goodman; 212-872-2578.

7. Designer's Cutting Edge

In February, New York's Cooper Hewitt Museum will present its fifth Design Triennial, themed around the subject of beauty and featuring works by creative visionaries of all stripes, from furniture makers to hairstyling maestros.

A creation by hairstylist Guido Palau

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8.Designers To Watch

Monse: Inspired by classic button-downs, Oscar de la Renta alums Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim's debut collection features deconstructed shirtdresses, skirt suits, and evening gowns.

Brandon Maxwell: The Lady Gaga stylist turned designer's new collection is focused on black, white, and rose, allowing the immaculate tailoring of his suits and dresses to shine.

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9. Must See: Georgia O'Keefe

This July, a hundred years after painter Georgia O'Keeffe made her New York art-world debut, London's Tate Modern will mount a major retrospective of the work that earned her the title of the mother of American modernism.

Georgia O'Keeffe's Autumn Trees–The Maple, 1924

GEORGIA O'KEEFE MUSEUM

10. Shoes Of The Season

Designers embraced an impressive mix of accoutrements for spring, with Gucci's loafer mules, Proenza Schouler's pointy-toed versions with metal rings, and Burberry Prorsum's chain-trimmed chunky sandals at the head of the class.

Designers embraced an impressive mix of accoutrements for spring, with Gucci's loafer mules, Proenza Schouler's pointy-toed versions with metal rings, and Burberry Prorsum's chain-trimmed chunky sandals at the head of the class.

11. Star Studded Travel

The rise of astro-tourism—exceptional stargazing in protected "dark sky" regions like Chile's Atacama desert, with luxury hotels boasting state-of-the-art observatories nearby—brings outer space closer to home. Roll up with a chic wheeled suitcase from Chanel's flight-themed Spring 2016 collection.

Chanel suitcase, chanel.com.

12. The Future Of Fashion

  Fashion continues to focus its gaze on the digital frontier. Louis Vuitton designer Nicolas Ghesquière's Spring 2016 show was inspired by virtual reality, while robotic arms at Iris van Herpen crafted a 3-D-print dress on Game of Thrones actress Gwendoline Christie. The Costume Institute at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art is even following suit with thetheme for its spring show: "Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology." Louis Vuitton, Spring 2016

 

Fashion continues to focus its gaze on the digital frontier. Louis Vuitton designer Nicolas Ghesquière's Spring 2016 show was inspired by virtual reality, while robotic arms at Iris van Herpen crafted a 3-D-print dress on Game of Thrones actress Gwendoline Christie. The Costume Institute at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art is even following suit with thetheme for its spring show: "Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology."

Louis Vuitton, Spring 2016

13. The Nails For Now

Spring's statement nail look couldn't be easier to re-create: Paint only two nails with a simple matte black. At Proenza Schouler, it was Essie Nail Color in Licorice with Matte About You top coat ($8.50 each). Apply a sheer light neutral on the rest for an allover polished effect, and for extra credit grab a graphic clutch. Proenza Schouler clutch,proenzaschouler.com.

Spring's statement nail look couldn't be easier to re-create: Paint only two nails with a simple matte black. At Proenza Schouler, it was Essie Nail Color in Licorice with Matte About You top coat ($8.50 each). Apply a sheer light neutral on the rest for an allover polished effect, and for extra credit grab a graphic clutch.

Proenza Schouler clutch,proenzaschouler.com.

14. Decor Trends

The humble carnation gets a fresh look in today's looser, laid-back floral arrangements, perfect for the Japanese-inspired ceramic vases by cool young potters like L.A.'s Victoria Morris and New York's Romy Northover.

Ceramics by Romy Northover

15. Blue Steel Is Back

In February, Derek Zoolander and Hansel return to the catwalk in Zoolander 2, an equally star-studded and even more stylish lampoon of the fashion industry than its hit predecessor.

 

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