Fashion Fights Cancer

Saks Fifth Avenue’s Biltmore store showcases a signature fashion show for Key to the Cure.

The 18th annual Key to the Cure at Saks Fifth Avenue in Biltmore Fashion Park showcased the fall 2016 trends in a high-energy signature runway show. Bring on the fur, turtlenecks and luxury fabrics in harmony with the fall color palette. The Oct. 28 breakfast event benefited Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) in its research to find cures for women’s cancers and other diseases.

The photos below are a compilation of some of the runway fashions.

Statement Fur

Statement Fur

(left) Ralph Lauren silk dress, suede blazer, Chanel mock turtleneck and raccoon hooded jacket
(middle) Etro paisley dress and Marni mink fur coat
(right) Michael Kors knit sweater with jacquard pants and bleached sable fur coat

Fall Florals

Fall Florals

(left) Oscar de la Renta floral skirt, turtleneck and jacket
(middle) Fendi velvet dress with Etro coat
(right) Fendi slip dress with organza overlay

Gold Metallic

Gold Metallic

(left) Saint Laurent pleated dress with gold detail
(middle) Carolina Herrera beaded strapless gown with Brunello Cucinelli fur jacket
(right) Oscar de la Renta silk jacquard gown with sequin bodice

Shades of Tan

Shades of Tan

(left) Jason Wu slip dress with Alexander Wang sweater and Brunello Cucinelli fur jacket
(middle) Jason Wu strapless dress with feather detail and fur jacket
(right) Carolina Herrera gown

Over-the-Knee Boots 

OTK Boots

 

(left) Alexander McQueen ruffle dress
(middle) Jason Wu feather skirt and cardigan with Alice + Olivia turtleneck and Giambattista Valli fur coat
(right) Roberto Cavalli velvet minidress with beading

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