Trend Report SS2013: On The Loose

June 19, 2013 by  
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After the skinny, the flared, the palazzo and the pajama pants a new trouser trend is taking over. This season’s trousers are looser than loose and form a mix of rave pants and pleated trousers. They’re comfortable, yet chic. They’re careless, yet cool. Perfect for a warm day (when you don’t feel like going bare legged) ‘cause you don’t wear them too close on your skin. Make ‘em chic or go grungy by opting for high heels or tough trainers. Pair them with a chic top or a relaxed Tee and don’t forget to hide your hands in your pockets for that careless it-girl appeal! In our gallery some loose pants inspiration for spring/summer from the likes of Balmain, Tibi, Lacoste and Chloé . Not all exactly rave pants, but comfy and cool nevertheless.

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Trend Report SS2011: in his shirt

April 28, 2011 by  
Filed under Fashion, Featured Items, womenswear

Wearing a men’s shirt can be even sexier than wearing the perfect LBD. So, when designers like Dries van Noten, Stella McCartney and Paul Smith worked the men’s shirt into their summer collections they made a smart move.

A men’s shirt doesn’t need any extra’s; it speaks for itself. Combined with a pair of pleated trousers or some cool jeans the shirt looks effortless chic. Take the ones we saw at Michael Kors, Margiela and Lacoste; could a woman look any more elegant in such basic pieces?

So leave your tailored, ruffled, printed blouses at home girls. The men’s shirt is all the rage these days….


Catwalktrends FW2010: oh boy!

August 5, 2010 by  
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For fall men should keep an eye on their closets, cause their wardrobe is still not save. Putting on your man’s clothes for a masculine look is again going to be a big trend. Yet the boyfriend jeans is not so cool any more and is replaced by a pair of pleated pants, for good.

Many brands promoted the masculine look in their fall collections (Ann Demeulemeester, Dior, Ferragamo, Marc Jacobs, Kenzo and Michael Kors to name a few). Chloe stood out the most with not only wide pleated pants, but also big coats, in grey and in beige. Yet, as manly as these outfits looked, Chloe’s way of styling still made every outfit feel sexy. Also in other collections details such as thin belts, tucked up sleeves and low v-necks made the masculine looks appear feminine.

At Hermes all models appeared dressed up like man. They wore black leather suits, ties and hats and carried umbrellas. Yet it was the fit of the outfits that gave the looks a feminine twist.

Another label that took the menswear trend to another level was Sonia Rykiel. Gigantic woollen suits and coats were sent off on the runway. Dutch model Mirte Maas had to open the show in a grey woollen suit that seemed about ten sizes too big for her. But it was Sonia Rykiel’s version of the masculine trend and she sure had fun with it.