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One of the hottest trends that AARB Magazine has noticed during the Spring 2019 Men’s Shows has proven to be colorful tailoring. The bright colors have arrived just in time for spring and summer and have elevated basic fashion shows to a brand new level.

Designers like Dior Homme, Raf Simons, and Louis Vuitton have all jumped on the bandwagon, eliciting an excitement for warm weather and summertime happiness through their tailoring.



Looking back at the Fall 2018 runway shows, a distinct trend that was seen was the use of corsets. This trend was incorporated into designs as a way of added layers or for greater detail.

Versace, Dolce & Gabbana, Alexander McQueen, Balmain, Prada, and many more have embraced this trend. Versace along with Prada have incorporated corsets as a top layer, making the look more prominent.



From the bedroom to the runway, the fashion world is flooded with this risquè boudoir fashion trend for Fall 2018.

The “boudoir” style is derived from outfits that women would wear in their private room or bedroom. Combinations of silk, lace, and sheer fabrics create a feminine look that is sexy while still being demure in its own way. This style is for the daring, boss ladies of the world who are craving to make a statement.

Dolce & Gabbana and Alexander Wang both portrayed the darker, more night appropriate side of the boudoir trend. Designers like Blumarine and John Galliano used light, flowing fabrics that exude femininity. Peter Pilotto used a spectrum of vibrant hues and satin, robe-inspired ensembles, that bring the worlds of comfort and fashion together in a unique way.


The Future is Here! During Fall 2018 The Impression noticed an abundance of a futuristic trend vibe featuring metallics of all colors, neon designs, and accessories that are out of this world.

Designers like Alexander Wang, Maison Margiela, Calvin Klein, and Balmain were not afraid to show off these bold fabrics in their designs. Alexander Wang kept his designs simplistic by incorporating pops of metallics into his sleek black designs. Maison Margiela was all about the accessories, featuring metallic shoes and see-through space helmets. Calvin Klein featured sophisticated silver metallics into both clothing and accessories. Balmain was all about the fabrics, using colorful rouche and metallic fringe.