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.
Looking back on the most prominent trends of New York Fashion Week, we uncover the Smooth Moves Fashion Trend from Fall 2018 New York.
Prepare to see an upswing in satin as it makes a comeback for Fall 2018. Many designers have taken this airy, sheen fabric and incorporated into their fluid designs.
Bottega Veneta and Sies Marjan were just a few of the brands that went all out with daring, vibrant designs. Boss took on effortlessly flowing dresses. Zimmerman filled designs with romantic, floral garments. The versatility of satin allowed each designer to portray their look in a plethora of ways.
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.