NY | London FW loves
So far this year, Fashion Weeks boomed with colour, excitement and volume of emerging, international and designers that inspired us to be more adventurous and courageous with picking out our new spring essentials.
We are thrilled to announce that the biggest trend this season is definitely colour, colour and more colour! Even though we are still waiting for Milan and Paris Fashion weeks to be over, but can already distinguish the similarities between past shows and have a pretty good idea of what is still to come.
MFW was just a taste of what's coming and as mesmerizing as it is here, there are no words to describe the festivities that take place in NY & London. It's bigger, juicier and bolder! And now without further adieu - let’s take a peek at the looks that made as drool during the last few weeks.
There is a multitude of ways to be a women in today's world, overall vibes on the runways this year without a doubt draw inspirations from notions of womanhood and its ever changing faces - relaxed, strong and graceful. The shows celebrated everything about being a woman. The looks are light, refreshing and bold. Fruity colours dominated the shows, airy, graceful silhouettes added femininity and for those wanting a statement, boxy shoulders and nipped waists were an alternative option.
More or less pink is over and its new sibling is here to stay. We recommend you stock up on lavender and violets this spring. The soft pastels are here to stay!
There were lots of florals on the runways this SS18, however Erdem once again took it to a magical place. Keeping emerging trends in mind, the whole collection was inspired by the Queen - creating a luxurious collection that stood out form the crowd.
The anorak & windbreaker trend has been present in New York and all around Melbourne for a while now, however if there’s one thing Londoners do better than others - it’s rainwear! A clear extension of the streetwear trend that's been front and centre this year has made its way onto the runway and has been tossed over pretty much everything!
Next stop ... Paris & Milan!
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