The Fashion Weeks are over and we now know what to expect next season in fashion. From London via New York to Milan and Paris-these trends will complement your wardrobe in spring/summer 2016.
Four weeks, four cities, hundreds of shows and countless new trends-Fashion Weeks 2015 have not promised too much this year. The Grand Palais was converted into a gigantic airport for the Chanel show, Ricardo Tisci told Paris “Au revoir” and brought the Givenchy show to New York for the first time and the fashion rebel Rick Owens presented for his
F/S 2016- Collection of human backpacks (models were attached to other models).
We show you the biggest F/S trends here-fresh from the catwalk.
Shimmering satin shirts with contrasting piping, lace-embellished babydolls and semi-transparent silhouettes-the designers lend a modern twist to the coming season of classic night fashion. In his latest collection for Balenciaga, Alexander Wang skilfully changed the trend with lace slippers, while Dolce & Gabbana missed a romantic vibe of her collection.
The Sportmode reaches a whole new level next season. Chloé scores with the contrast of flowing silhouettes, wide-cut tank tops and zipper jackets.Paco Rabanne is more of an eclectic mix of stripes and leather details. The Blouson celebrates its comeback in the F/S 2016 with a more classic military-inspired design as well as with feminine cuts.Sport has never looked so good!
This trend is a mixture of colors and prints. Tommy Hilfiger awoke beach emotions during his show: powerful sounds and elaborate prints immediately caused a good mood. At the same time, Kenzo brought futuristic designs to the catwalk, while Temperley London displayed casual cuts and seductive colors. With this trend, you bring a piece of fantasy into your looks.
This trend will take you on a romantic journey through beautiful landscapes. The designers create a feminine free-spirited atmosphere with patterned Maxikleidern and flower hair jewelery for Diane von Fürstenberg.Dolce & Gabbana, on the other hand, put their focus on opulent embroidery, fine lace and the most beautiful straw bags we’ve ever seen.
The seventies trend is undergoing a fashionable update this season. Berber blouses, traditional tunics and Sarouel pants at Isabel Marant make this style come alive. Barbara Bui returns Fransen Styles in her F/S collection, while Oscar de la Renta shows a rather sensual approach to the trend with deep reds, feminine lace and ruffle details.