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It's official, camel is the color of the season. The previously bland color is now splashed over fall's hottest accessories. Designers like Michael Kors, Salvatore Ferragamo and Gucci are all embracing the chicness of the not-cognac, not-brown color on runways and in boutiques this season. But who says you need the big bucks to get in on the camel action? Plenty of reasonably-priced stores are beginning to sell camel-colored items, so it won't hurt your wallet to start injecting the color into your fall wardrobe.

There is no debating that fashion designer Vera Wang is a rare talent. Known for being Vogue's youngest fashion editor ever, Wang has made a splash in the industry with sleek, sexy and sophisticated looks. Like most designers, she has ventured into the land of cosmetics, creating an array of fragrances.  Her "Princess" collection attracts the youthful crowd with upbeat and flirty scents. While the original title product impresses, the latest addition "Glam Princess" fails to deliver.
 

For Celine F/W 2010, designer Phoebe Philo adhered to the book of minimalism – there were no ostentatious colors, no signs of decadent embroidery — and frankly, there was little hint of the flirtation and girlishness that had been synonymous with Philo when she had designed for Chloe. The Celine Fall/Winter collection has been Philo's second collection since she had left Chloe in 2006.    
 

With a feminine flair and a reasonable price tag, eryn brinié is certainly a brand to keep an eye on this season. Originally from Korea, their apparel ranges from the ultra-feminine to the basic and androgynous. According to their website, their clothing is built around wardrobe fundamentals refined with delicate draping (reminiscent of Alexander Wang) and soft fabrics. "Our philosophy combines European chic with New York's youthful spirit and modern sensibility," the site says.