As the weather slowly makes its way into spring, we can finally start to put away the winter jackets and snow boots and pull out the t-shirts and sandals! To make sure you don’t fall behind on the most popular looks, let’s see what Fashion Week 2018 trends will be all over this spring season!
1. Color Color Color!
Color was all over this runway season, consisting of rainbows, pastels, and bright saturated clothing. Brands like Dolce & Gabbana, Missoni, and Jeremy Scott took advantage of rainbow hues in their collections while pastels covered the runways of Victoria Beckham, Michael Kors, Tom Ford, Hermes and Valentino. Similarly, designers like Tom Ford and Marc Jacobs did not shy away from serving vibrant looks with saturated colors such as bright orange, yellow, green, and pink.
2. Fun Denim
The usually casual representation of denim shifted this season and was extended towards the evening attire category. From floral to jeweled embellishments, designers like Oscar de la Renta and Alexander Wang pushed the variety of denim at their shows this past Fashion Week.
You name the texture and it was on the runway! From tulle and fringe, to plastic and sheer, fashion trends this spring will be covered in texture. Sheer designs rocked the runways of Jeremy Scott and Jason Wu while a fringe movement grabbed the eyes of audiences attending Calvin Klein, Dior, Céline and Balmain. In addition, plastic, a tough but powerful material to pull off, was all over this Fashion Week in Marc Jacobs, Chanel, Burberry, and Fenty Puma by Rihanna.
Florals and mixed prints are definitely something to look for when shopping for a new spring outfit! London Fashion Week did not disappoint with a range of brilliantly mixed patterned looks. Burberry, Temperley London, Emporio Armani and Mary Katrantzou successfully experimented with mixed prints in their shows. Meanwhile, brands such as Versace, Prada, Coach, Marc Jacobs, and Dolce & Gabbana brought warmth and hope to the cold winter with floral patterns.
5. Anoraks & Trench Coats
Windbreakers, parkas and anorak jackets were a common sight at New York Fashion Week. A variety of designers like Public School, Calvin Klein and Oscar de la Renta used the outerwear in a variety of ways on the runway. Trench coats also made an appearance this season and were uniquely incorporated in the Balenciaga, Céline, Alexander McQueen, Dior and Victoria Beckham shows.
This spring season is going to be swarming with variety and individuality in fashion. Wear whatever makes you happy and comfortable and you are sure to be turning heads this spring 2018 season!