Teen Trends in Back-To-School Fashion, FIDM FashionClub Previews Fall 2006 Style

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Special features reveal the fashion inspiration behind the trends and suggest how to get the looks for less.

Fall 2006 teen fashion must-haves inspired by the latest runway looks are featured in the FashionClub.com (http://www.FashionClub.com) Back-To-School Edition. Fashions by Marc Jacobs, Miu Miu, and Stella McCartney are among the FashionClub.com favorites highlighted in 50 Fab Finds for creating unique Back-To-School ensembles. Turn to What’s Haute for the ultimate list of trends that are in fashion now – from fashion and accessories to lifestyle and media. Student styles that range from edgy to athletic are translated into Back-To-School looks in Catwalk.

More than just trend and style advice, FashionClub.com sponsors creative contests such as the special Back to School Yearbook Contest with total prizes valued at more than $1000. Three lucky high school students will win prize packs themed for Most Popular, Most Artistic, and Best Dressed categories. Prizes include a Virgin Mobile Kyocera SwitchBack, a MTV Karaoke machine, Urban Outfitters and iTunes gift certificates, design industry magazines, and artists’ supplies. Deadline to enter is September 30, 2006. Detailed contest rules and information can be found by visiting http://www.FashionClub.com.

For additional information on Back-To-School trends and teen fashion contact Kim Askew or visit http://www.FashionClub.com.

ABOUT FASHIONCLUB

The ultimate Teen Fashion, Beauty and Entertainment website, FashionClub.com is a production of FIDM| The Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising created especially to address the interest of teens that are passionate about Design--whether it is Fashion, Interior Design, Graphics, or Visual Arts. In addition to the hottest Fashion trends & Entertainment related news, FashionClub.com is dedicated to exploring the creative career interests of aspiring young adults. FashionClub is Smart about Style.

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