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BOUDOIR: TREND FALL 2018

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.

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BURST OF COLOR: TREND FALL 2018 MILAN

With Milan Fashion Week at an end, a prominent trend this year was a Burst of Color. This trend showcases vibrant, neon colors that are usually not worn together.

This year they were brought to the runway and executed to perfection.
Versace, Prada, Marco de Vincenzo, and Marni had added every color imaginable into their designs. Versace incorporated different types of plaid and animal print into their designs, while also keeping it classy by incorporating touches of gold jewelry. Prada features a wide variety of dresses, sweatshirts and two piece outfits with neon coloration. Marco de Vincenzo featured ruched tops, and satin accents throughout. Marni featured outfits filled with shine and stripes.

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ZIMMERMANN’S SPRING 2017 AD CAMPAIGN

DIY meets Eighties femininity in Nicky Zimmermann’s romantic spring 2017.Gone are the days of DIY for Nicky Zimmermann — as her brand has become a cult favorite with vintage- and beach-loving girls worldwide — and yet that didn’t stop her from taking her spring collection on a reminiscent journey back to Stranded, her and her friends’ club of choice in Sydney, Australia in the Eighties. “It’s kind of my take on the Eighties, because where I grew up was kind of isolated to the subcultures that were happening — it was a bit more parody,” she explained. In her show notes, she offered details: “We made everything ourselves; it was more about expressing yourself. We ripped up tutus, we stole dad’s shirts, found old pieces of lace. We tied, we tattered, tangled and frayed.”

What’s regularly remarkable about Zimmermann is the brand’s ability to produce high-quality, intricate workmanship while retailing at a sub-designer price point. One piece, a white lace and purply floral menagerie of wraps and tiers (essentially a souped-up prairie dress), was especially striking in terms of its construction. It also featured an off-the-shoulder element, which is proving to be quite trendy in the early stages of NYFW.