Fall trends at Bloomingdale's Roosevelt Field

A model pairs a sequin, one-shoulder Lauren by

A model pairs a sequin, one-shoulder Lauren by Ralph Lauren dress with a black Reiss leather jacket and peep-toe heels. (Aug. 9, 2012) Photo Credit: Meghan Giannotta

Models walked the floors of Bloomingdale's Roosevelt Field Thursday, showing off some of the top Fall 2012 trends, from leather and sequins to printed pants and deep jewel tones, on sale now from popular brands like Blank NYC, 7 For All Mankind, Michael Stars, Lauren by Ralph Lauren and more. -- Meghan Giannotta

Models, from left, in Blank NYC women's premium
Photo Credit: Meghan Giannotta

Models, from left, in Blank NYC women's premium denim and a white Splendid Tee, 7 For All Mankind women's premium denim and a black Michael Stars tank, and a Zadig and Voltaire sequin skirt, top and scarf. (Aug. 9, 2012)

A model pairs a sequin, one-shoulder Lauren by
Photo Credit: Meghan Giannotta

A model pairs a sequin, one-shoulder Lauren by Ralph Lauren dress with a black Reiss leather jacket and peep-toe heels. (Aug. 9, 2012)

Fall 2012 styles with leather accents on display
Photo Credit: Meghan Giannotta

Fall 2012 styles with leather accents on display at Bloomingdale's Roosevelt Field. (Aug. 9, 2012)

Models, from left, in a blue sequin-embellished Aqua
Photo Credit: Meghan Giannotta

Models, from left, in a blue sequin-embellished Aqua party dress, a one-shoulder Lauren by Ralph Lauren sequin dress and leather Reiss topper, and Blank NYC women's premium colored denim and peace sign Tee. (Aug. 9, 2012)

Fall 2012 outfit ideas on display at Bloomingdale's
Photo Credit: Meghan Giannotta

Fall 2012 outfit ideas on display at Bloomingdale's Roosevelt Field. (Aug. 9, 2012)

Bloomingdale's shoppers enjoyed live entertainment and sweet treats
Photo Credit: Meghan Giannotta

Bloomingdale's shoppers enjoyed live entertainment and sweet treats while browsing the new fall collections. (Aug. 9, 2012)

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