Regal Velvets for Fall

Luxe velvet looks are a surefire way to add a dose of "glam" to your look this fall.

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Luxe velvet looks are a surefire way to add a dose of "glam" to your look this fall. Carven rendered this sassy keyhole dress in a deep shade of scarlet, which was also used for a pair of coordinating T-strap sandals.
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Lush jewel-tone velvet skirts with unusual draping added an old-fashion appeal to Burberry's edgier fall ensembles.
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At Christopher Kane, electric violet looks in sheer silk were given a touch of texture with the addition of burn-out velvet roses in jet black.
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Walking the line between urban and classically elegant, Balmain juxtaposed tough leather biker jackets with long velvet skirts in brilliant jewel-tone hues.
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Junya Watanabe put a playful twist on a burn-out velvet dress in cobalt blue by adding texturized polka-dots and a chambray plaid panel through the bodice.
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Dramatic plum hues gave Valentino's simple velvet shift dresses a regal, romantic quality that was furthered by high top-knots and dainty ballerina flats.
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Oozing with Old Hollywood glam, L'Wren Scott's knockout off-the-shoulder cocktail dress with a gathered waist was rendered in a dramatic blood red shade and finished with a silvery brooch.
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Ralph Lauren's three-piece crimson suit was shown with piles of glittering gold chains and a leopard clutch bag.
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Gucci's alluring velvet evening looks were executed in shimmery jewel tones and finished with plunging V-necklines. A super-dark lip added just enough "edge."
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Bottega Veneta looked to the '20s for these fitted velvet evening looks, which featured elaborate embellishments and geometric burn-out panels through the waist.
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