With designers such as Marc Jacobs, Michael Kors and Rebecca Minkoff reaching back in time for inspiration, the '60s was clearly the decade of choice for next spring. Anne Keane, fashion director at Lucky magazine, called the '60s mod trend an "evergreen in the way that it always lends itself to fun interpretations." Some designers - including Christian Siriano captured the softer, more innocent feel of the decade by using solids in mostly lighter colors. Designer Zang Toi, above, also added black to his mod palette.
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