The most polished trend this season comes in the form of brocade. Take a trip back in time to the era of Marie Antoinette – where brocade was a classic fabric. Trendsetters like Nina Ricci, Valentino and Oscar de la Renta know it: the past has come back.
Forget Coachella and makeshift flower crowns – the new ‘boho chic’ look comes in the form of hand-painted cashmere blankets. Both Etro and Christopher Bailey presented a collection of rich fabrics for the Fall.
Don’t let the forthcoming gloomy weather stress you out, as designers made it clear that the coming months will be filled with head-to-doe graphic prints. Fill your closet with vibrant colors and geometric patterns like those seen on the runways above.
Designers have been treating leather as if it were fabric, so it was only a matter of time before it was introduced as a staple in our wardrobes. Balmain presented gladiator-inspired jackets, Lanvin made sleek gowns in black leather, and Nicolas Ghesquière gave us sixties vibes at the Louis Vuitton show.
Cinderella, Rapunzel, and Little Red Riding Hood were sources of inspiration for this theatrical look. Once upon a time, designers like Dolce & Gabbana, Alexander McQueen, Givenchy, and Alberta Ferretti enchanted the runway with embroidered capes, soft dresses, and floral prints.
Designers have sequins, crystals and embellishments on their minds for Fall, it would seem. A method once used as a form of personalisation has now found itself reigning in as the ultimate statement. These shiny and sparkly embellishments adorning every piece of clothing aren’t going anywhere anytime soon.
Fur is making the rounds in this season. Designers opted to use it on everything from vests, to jackets, to shoes in order to achieve winter looks with with real and faux fur.
One of our favorite trends is the perfect combination of modernity and romance. Two major runway collections featured ruffles – Marc Jacobs and 3.1 Phillip Lim – to embellish the silhouette on looks for their collection.
Women’s fashion is taking a masculine turn this season. Blurring the gender-defined lines of fashion on the catwalk were Gucci, Maison Martin Margiela and Christian Dior. Now is the perfect time to rifle through your boyfriend or husband’s closet!
Designers seem to be flying high while embellishing their pieces! From shoes to jewelry, feathers are no longer designated for the haute couture catwalks.
The era that brought us Twiggy and Jean Shrimpton is more popular than ever! Designers are taking us back in time with A-line jackets, knee-high boots, color blockingm and Dolly-bird dresses.
Photo collages by Mayra Perez for The Untitled Magazine