Trend Report FW2013: Go Grunge

August 28, 2013 by  
Filed under womenswear

Thanks to fashion houses like Versace, Saint Laurent Paris and Givenchy we’re experiencing a major Punk & Grunge comeback in fashion. A trip back to the nineties when a careless look was all everyone wanted. Go rough with black leather motor jackets, fashion pieces that are torn apart and bring back the spikes. A black and red color palette is your best punk chic option and remember this look is viagra no rx not complete without a tartan shirt (best tied around the waist). As “long hair don’t care” seems to be the guys’ motto, it’s the girls’ hair that is getting much shorter (and either white/grey-ish or deep black). Touches of femininity are added through floral prints, sheer fabrics and sexy cut-outs. It’s going to be one of the most interesting trends this fall and besides lovers there sure will be haters, but we have a feeling the modern punk/grunge designers in our image gallery don’t really care…

Trend Report SS2013: Modern Grunge

May 31, 2013 by  
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Grunge is back in fashion and it has a slightly new identity. The modern way we express grunge is slightly more feminine, a little more colorful and perhaps therefore a bit more accessible too. Dries van Noten brought back the tartan print back to life and made it sexier by using it on sheer fabrics. Philip Lim gave his models a tartan print to go too as he tied it around their waists in a nineties kind of way. But there’s more to grunge than this Scottish check. Denim, dark leather, piercings and beanies are revived as well, mixed together in a lighter, more playful way then ever before. And though we still see a lot of black leather within this trend Saint Laurent and Lim proof even floral prints can portray grunge. And let’s not forget the grunge-inspired beauty; dark lips & eyes, super straight or funky frizzy hair. See our gallery for all spring/summer grunge inspiration and take a sneak peek at some of the fall/winter collections for even more on this theme.