With the close of London Fashion Week, which debuted the fresh collections from top designers, several trends emerged that will shape how you dress come spring 2015. There are overlapping trends from New York Fashion Week, that I’m sure will carry over to Milan and Paris. Here are the trends you need to know about.
Sport Chic – designers love to mix the seemingly opposite. For Spring 2015, they showcased sweat pants mixed with heels and sweatshirts with pencil skirts.
Shiny Sheen- whether it was a single skirt or an entire ensemble, London designers are loving metallics and anything with a shine.
Double-Duty Denim – denim scarves and denim jackets were spotted on many runways, giving your jeans a run for their money.
Ruffled Tiers – some collections had dresses with tiers, while others offered full-out ruffles. The feminine touch that has a hint of Spanish influence seems to be an major overall trend.
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New York Fashion Week has officially wrapped and now the fashion set are already in London viewing what Britain has to offer for Spring/Summer 2015. Disregard the chill in the air (and the snow in some cases) and see what sizzled on the runways.Before we focus on Europe, check out the top four trends from the U.S. from New York Fashion Week for spring.
Sports Illustrated: Designers like Alexander Wang and Dion Lee used inspiration from the world of sports for their spring collections. Hoodies, boxy T-shirts and track suit-esque items dominated the catwalk.
Pastel Perfection: Periwinkle, baby blue and soft pink peppered many designer collections. It’s not uncommon to see pastels for spring, but the fresh hues are always welcome after a long winter of darks.
Gingham Style: Dorothy Gale from Kansas may have worn gingham best, but we’ll have a chance to emulate her iconic look next spring.
Fringe Fest: Fringe is not only for cowboys and lounge singers. Designer houses like DKNY and Milly offered fringe as an accent on many of the pieces in their collections.