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.
Looking back on the most popular and recurring trends of London Fashion week, the All Dolled Up Fashion Trend from Fall 2018 London took over the runway.
This new wave of frilly sleeves, flowing skirts, and girly details are nothing short of inspirational eye candy. These London designers have reintroduced an element of femininity that has not been seen for a while for Fall 2018.
Roksanda and Preen by Thornton Bregazzi both incorporated light, airy fabrics in colors that match the dreamy vibe of their collections. David Koma seamlessly combined frills with touches of lace and leather in a darker color scheme. Delpozzo was fearless with color while still keeping with the trend of bold feminine details. Getting dolled up is back in style and these designers have emphasized the delicately bold nature of fashion in an irresistible way.
It’s all about the logo’s this season as we dig into London Fall 2018 Fashion Week Trends we’ve noticed multiple designers incorporating textual designs into their work.
It’s all about who you know and what you wear and designers like Nicopanda, Marques Almeida, Christopher Kane, and Ports 1961 are not afraid to show it off! Nicopanda incorporates multiple different textual designs in his work, while adding in different types of plaid and stripes to add pops of vibrant colors. Marques Almeida designs focused on spreading messages about “Power women” and “Truth + Beauty” through her sophisticated designs. Christopher Kane spread positive words like “Joy” in his clothes, while using classy black and red lacing as contrast. Ports 1961 elegantly featured all different types of text in different sizes.
Observing the most eye-catching trends of London Fashion week, we bring to light the Shine Time Fashion Trend from Fall 2018 London.
Don’t keep your sparkles in the back of your closet until the festive season – the sequin revolution is here. Many designers could not turn down the opportunity to throw some shimmer into their Fall 2018 looks.
The designs of J.W. Anderson and Christopher Kane featured extraordinary sequin numbers. The lively, playful designs of Delpozo can be seen embellished with colorful sequins. We also have brands such as Preen by Thornton Bregazzi and Erdem to thank for making it acceptable to wear sequins every day, not just the holiday season.
The military look was in full effect down the runways this spring/summer season. Nina Ricci’s collection was inspired by the French Foreign Legion. Public School, Junya Watanabe, and Zadig & Voltaire are a few other designers who were seen using this trend in their shows. Here is the Military Effect Fashion Trend for Spring 2018.
Looking back on the most prominent trends of New York Fashion Week, we uncover the Suit Up Fashion Trend from Fall 2018 New York. Probably the most empowering trend of the week, power suiting featured sharp tailored suits, blazer dresses, classic oxford shirts, and variations on work classics.
Alexander Wang, Jason Wu, Jonathan Simkhai, Zadig & Voltaire, and Gabriela Hearst have put their spin on work wear with their powerful displays inspired by female empowerment. Alexander Wang showed a display of Matrix style clothing with sleek yet luxurious looks. Jason Wu’s line was all about the details, as he featured pleated sheer fabrics, with suiting necklines. Jonathan Simkhai collection featured classic work wear with a fitted waistline, giving the outfit a feminine look. Zadig & Voltaire was all about the patterns, with looks that featured multiple types of plaids. Gabriela Hearst had classy satin pants and blouses, mixed with miltary-esque coats.