FUCHSIA, 80S GLAMOUR, PVC & MORE: THE BIGGEST TRENDS FOR FALL 2018 SO FAR

Marc Jacobs Fall 2018. Photograph by Alessandro Garofalo / Indigitaltv.

With Fashion Month nearly halfway over, key trends for fall 2018 are becoming apparent. Read on for the biggest patterns we’ve spotted on the runway, from Alexander Wang to Christopher Kane to Marc Jacobs (and many more). Who doesn’t love an excuse for a wardrobe refresh?

FANTASTIC PLASTIC

L-R: Priscavera, Preen by Thornton Bregazzi, Christopher Kane

PVC has cropped up on runways in New York and London with the glossy fabric fashioned into dresses, outerwear and separates. Priscavera showed a matching skirt and jacket made of tartan-printed PVC, Preen by Thornton Bregazzi offered plastic trenches in vintage-y, muddied florals, and Christopher Kane put an elegant spin on PVC with his plasticized, feather-trimmed lace dresses.

WAIST FOCUS

L-R: Jonathan Simkhai, Victoria Beckham, Emilia Wickstead

The ultra-high, cinched waist is in focus for fall 2018. Designers created an hourglass silhouette by securing bottoms, outerwear and tops with belts of all shapes and sizes. Jonathan Simkhai kept romantic, off-the-shoulder looks polished with matching belts, Victoria Beckham cinched sculptural separates, and Emilia Wickstead showed flattering high-waisted trousers finished with a chunky belt.

THINK PINK

L-R: Alexander Wang, Christian Siriano, Prabal Gurung

Millennial pink is officially over. Instead, fashion is favoring in-your-face fuchsia, elevating pink from demure to daring. Designers Alexander Wang, Christian Siriano and Prabal Gurung all featured the shade prominently in their collections.

80S GLAMOUR

L-R: Gareth Pugh, Alexander Wang, Marc Jacobs

The 80s have been in style for a few seasons now, and the trend shows no sign of waning. For fall 2018, designers are focusing on the decade’s exaggerated shoulders and eye-catching colors and prints—Gareth Pugh showed a leopard print suit dress, Alexander Wang served executive realness with models dressed in broad-shouldered office wear, and Marc Jacobs verged into the realm of fantasy with a collection of oversized pieces inspired by 80s haute couture.

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