Catwalk Trend Fall Winter 2018: Vivid Prints

December 18, 2018 by  
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Vivid & vibrant, that’s how we like our prints these days. Lead by the colorful examples of Balmain, Marni and Versace we can say our winter worries have never felt this far away. Futuristic (galaxy vibes at Balmain), nature inspired (red roses at McCartney, butterflies at McQueen, XL flowers at Valentino), household related (spoons and porcelain plates Dolce & Gabbana) or Art Deco (colorful heads at Marni). Any busy print will work and keep anyone you encounter busy (unraveling the details) of dizzy (just from looking at it). Head to toe prints work very well for the holidays and prints on prints are still a look. Have fun with it and be the prints charming in any room of any X-mas party you attend.

Catwalk Trend Fall Winter 2018: Skirt + Sweater

December 17, 2018 by  
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We’ve talked about it before. Skirts and sweaters remain a most popular combination. Pleated skirts and cable knit sweaters, but also floor sweeping tule skirts and fleece hoodies (Burberry). In fact we’ve seen so many variations to the classic combination anything goes really. We prefer the sweaters, blouses and knits as chunky as possible. But if you like your tops a bit more tight (H&M), that’s a good look too. Mix and match your way into this trend and twirl your way through winter!

Catwalk Trend Fall Winter 2018: Small Bags

December 13, 2018 by  
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A returning trend, season after season: small bags! For fall/winter they came in the shape of tiny handbags (Altuzarra), necklace-inspired (Emporio Armani, Giambattista Valli), attached to belts (Emilio Pucci) and Dolce & Gabbana even had them on a drone flying around their show venue. Whether leather (Loewe), fake leather (Stella McCartney), Velvet (Dolce & Gabbana) or fur (Chanel); a teeny tiny handbag is your go to accessory for winter. Who needs jewelry when you can have this type of bag on you all night. And, bonus, you might even be able to fit something more than a 50 cent coin into it!

Catwalk Trend Fall Winter 2018: If the shoe fits…

December 11, 2018 by  
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Bold & chunky of sheer & shiny; when it came down to footwear we saw both ends of the spectrum. Masculine & Feminine or a mix of both worlds. Cause even the chunkiest dad shoes got a shiny touch in form of diamonds (Gucci) and a metallic finish (Margiela). Not to mention the rainbow colored Burberry sneakers. Faux fur details/tassels (Balmain, Saint Laurent) might give your look that little extra something. But sparkling beads and sequins (Alberta Ferretti, Christopher Kane, Dolce & Gabbana) might do the trick too. Whatever your footwear of choice will be, make it a statement one. And don’t overthink it too much. Cause if the shoe fits..

Streetwear Trend Fall Winter 2018: Dress Up (More)

December 6, 2018 by  
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Just a normal Thursday, but why blend in when you can stand out? Use your imagination to create an extraordinary look. Go to work in a pink suit, attend class in a floor sweeping pleated mint green skirt or a bright yellow tea dress. Use frills, make waves, mix materials, show some skin, opt for color, play with volume, add accessories. Make your outfit extra interesting, even on a normal working day. Be a flamingo in a flock of pigeons.

Catwalk Trend Fall Winter 2018: Rainbow Colored

December 3, 2018 by  
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A little color never hurt nobody. Especially on a gloomy winter day it can cheer you (& others) up to wear a little extra color. That might have been the thought of a bunch of creative designers at designer brands like Balenciaga, Burberry, DelPozo and Emilio Pucci. Feeling moody? Shake your booty and click through our gallery of rainbow colored catwalk outfits. With Cara Delevingne for Burberry as the queen of all rainbow creations.

Streetwear Trend Fall Winter 2018: Hats Off!

November 26, 2018 by  
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A brick in your hat, a feather in your cap; as temperatures drop it´s about time to stack up on headpieces. Beanies and berets are still all the rage. But you might look mad as a hatter wear a flapper. A fisherman´s cap might be your cap.. err cup of tea. Or a flatcap might just make your outfit. Whatever piece of headwear you´ll be rocking this winter make sure you avoid the all-too-dressed-up look or you´ll be all hat and no cattle. Found a cool cap? Hats off to you. And now you can leave your hat on (cause you´re hair has probably fallen a bit flat anyway).

Trend Report FW2018: Leather Dress

November 12, 2018 by  
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Rigid, stiff, heavy, but very classy. The leather dress plays a leading part in the new season. And it comes in it’s heaviest, thickest form if it’s up to Tods, Givenchy, Loewe and Stella McCartney. Cognac, emerald, deep blue, coral red or midnight black; your options are endless. Wear your little black dress utility inspired with lots of pockets, pins, zippers and a leather belt. Not the most easy going, soft & cosy material, but statement making nonetheless and perfect for those days when it’s leather weather!

Fashion Trend FW2018: High Shine

November 10, 2018 by  
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Whether it’s plastic, latex, patent leather or metallic you’re wearing a good autumn look needs a little shine. Chanel, Fendi, Marc Jacobs, Nina Ricci and Simone Rocha all introduced us to a glossy glimmer look. Those high shine trenchcoats at Fendi being the trend’s leaders. Matching boots and bags to go! Are you ready for a new type of (waterproof) sexiness? Shine bright like a pair of rusty colored Chanel pants.

Backstage Fashion Trend FW2018: Prints & Patterns

November 9, 2018 by  
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We’ve been talking seventies styles earlier this week. Remember the seventies inspired color palette and streetwear looks we selected? Well besides the color palette, the silhouette and the accessories (chunky boots, XL sunnies, waist belts) there’s another 70s ingredient you can not miss: it’s the prints and patterns that belong to that decade. And we couldn’t help but spot some of those retro prints backstage at the FW2018 fashion shows. Checks at Emporio Armani, Prada and Fendi. Heavy striped at Marni. And graphic patterns at Stella McCartney and Rochas. Statement, sometimes dazzling prints. All in a palette of warm autumn shades (and a touch of vibrant orange).

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