Homecoming 2006 Trends from the Runway, PromAdvice.com Previews Fall Special Occasion Dresses

Revealing fashion inspiration from the runways influencing trends in dresses and accessories, cosmetics, hair, alternative looks and more, PromAdvice.com suggests how to get the looks for less.

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Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 6, 2006

The special Homecoming 2006 Edition of PromAdvice.com (http://www.PromAdvice.com) features ensembles inspired by French cinema, Frida Kahlo, and some of runways hottest labels from Moschino to FIDM Grad Monique Lhuillier. For teens looking to express their unique sense of fashion style, PromAdvice.com showcases trendy alternative looks for the big Homecoming dance.

Five Haute Homecoming Styles:

The Look: Nouveau Riche

The Inspiration: Art Nouveau, Galliano, Betsey Johnson

The Look: Czech Mate

The Inspiration: 1940s era Prague, Moschino, Monique Lhuillier

The Look: Chic to Chic

The Inspiration: French New Wave cinema, Blumarine, Jovovich-Hawk

The Look: Latin Club

The Inspiration: Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, DKNY

The Look: Cuban Flair

The Inspiration: Che Guevara pop art, Calvin Klein, Diane Von Furstenberg

For additional information on alternative Homecoming dresses, trends, and teen fashion contact Kim Askew or visit http://www.PromAdvice.com.

ABOUT PromAdvice

PromAdvice.com is a production of FIDM--The Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising. The special interest website is dedicated to the latest trends in prom, homecoming, formal or special occasion dresses, hairstyles, and accessories. Teens compete for fashion prizes and scholarships in creative contests throughout the year. PromAdvice.com is a unique resource for teens that may turn their love of all-things-Prom into a career in the Fashion, Graphics, and Entertainment industries. The careers of notable FIDM graduates, like that of celebrity bridal gown designer Monique Lhuillier are profiled on PromAdvice.com, plus Costume Designers, Shoe Designers, Fashion Entrepreneurs, and more.

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