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Everyone is curious about what it is worth choosing to upgrade the wardrobe in the approach of the warm season.
We present 15 bright trends from world shows.
Long fringe. In the 2018 season, it becomes fluffy, long and multilayered, and can cover completely the whole dress, like at Calvin Klein, or accent the edge.
Calvin Klein, Jacquemus, photo WEB
Logomania. The return of the trend was marked by the prints of Lanvin and Fendi, drawings with the proprietary crocodile Lacoste and huge inscriptions of Gucci.
Gucci, Lacoste, photo WEB
Tai-Dai. The cured denim and unusual dyeing of fabrics and even leather comes back in the collections of Lemaire, Stella McCartney, Givenchy, MSGM.
Lemaire, MSGM, photo WEB
Pop Art. Unexpected combinations of shades and graphics prints appeared on many shows. Versace presented the interpretation of Monroe portraits from Andy Warhel, Prada use comics, and the inspiration for Comme des Garçons was the creativity of Takashi Murakami.
Versace, Calvin Klein, photo WEB
Total look from the dark denim. But in order to be in a trend, choose a deep indigo or with a blue note, and note that all the details of the set must match in tone, and cut - emphasize the figure.
Dior, photo WEB
Lacquer. The leather gloss in the shade of strawberry chewing gum is used in the Acne Studios jacket, Dior and Christopher Kane have chosen the classic black, and Sonia Rykiel offers a terracotta tint suit.
Dior, Sonia Rykiel, photo WEB
Total floral print. Van Noten, Kenzo, Dolce & Gabbana, who presented trouser sets, offered clothes with floral motifs. Romantic images are embodied in the dresses of Giambattista Valli, Erdem, Christopher Kane.
Rodarte, Giambattista Valli, photo WEB
Plastic. Unexpected, but things from technological plastic fabrics became trend. Calvin Klein, Valentino, Chanel suggested variations of raincoats and coho, and Balenciaga included in the collection a bright green shirt with a short sleeve.
Calvin Klein, Valentino, photo WEB
Animalistics. The python skin of Elie Saab, the zebra coloring in the models of Roberto Cavalli and Cavalli and all kinds of leopard variations - the animal prints are back in fashion.
Versace, Cavalli, photo WEB
Minimalism. For the couturiers tired of the variegation and complexity, laconic variants are presented in an achromatic scale. Examples are in the collections of Helmut Lang and Jil Sander.
Chalayan, Jil Sander, photo WEB
Invariable square. In 2018, it can be small and large, asymmetric or combined with other prints. The checkered variety on the catwalks was supported by the dresses of Fendi, Hermès and Miu Miu, the elegant coat of Christopher Kane, the brown pantsuit of Dries Van Noten.
Hermès, Fendi, photo WEB
Photoprint. This season it covers everything - from pantyhose to trench. In the pleating of Issey Myiake - a view of Earth from the satellite, and Balenciaga pants adorned the landscape with mountain peaks.
Dolce & Gabbana, Balenciaga, photo WEB
Strip. But not somehow, but a diagonal one. Marques Almeida offers a strict graphics of black and white in an asymmetrical dress, and Fendi and Kenzo combine in one image several striped fabrics in a single color.
Philosophy, Diana Von Furstenberg, photo WEB
Overhead pockets. The reference to work clothes was manifested in the form of large patch pockets. They are quite naturally present on the denim: Balenciaga jeans, Stella McCartney jacket, and also accompany trousers, vests, shirts.
Carven, Stella McCartney, photo WEB
Trenches with unusual cut and trim. Oversized raincoats are filled with details that are relevant in the spring-summer season: fringe from Loewe and Maison Margiela, flounces and drapes from Victoria Beckham, patch pockets from Valentino. Even more extravagant is the cloak-tent at Céline and a mix with brocade dress and ruches at Alexander McQueen.
Victoria Beckham, Valentino, photo WEB
Purse on the waistbelt. B rands from Balenciaga to Gucci and Valentino offered an excellent accessory for those who do not like to hold hands.
Purse on the waistbelt, photo WEB
As for color, according to the version of the Pantone Institute in the spring and summer of 2018, cold green, yellow and lime, a palette of purple and lavender, red-brown and chocolate, tomato and children's blue will be relevant. Neutral base - light gray, dark blue, sand and coconut milk.
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