trend report spring summer 2015

SEVENTIES
There are three approaches to this trend. The first, is to embrace all things Woodstock, calling out to the bohemian and festival - bound consumer. Billowing peasant dresses, crochet knits, rainbows stripes, patchworked suede and acre upon acre fringing are your go - to motifs.
70's luxe tailoring hit the runway out with flared and bell bottomed pants, elegant jumpsuits, blouses layered under fine knits and tunics layered over fluted trousers. Trench coats were belted, neck scarves looped and aviators topped it all off.
And from day to night - the final stem of the 70's trend saw us take to the disco dancefloor.


ATHLETIC
Sport luxe will not die. For Spring 2015, the shapes are sporty, but the motifs are not - the varsity references have been stripped back. Instead, in a monochrome, neutral or pastel palette, we were presented with racy - looking highwaist, slim pants, a myriad of meshes and the ovoid forms of neoprene. References move away from tennis, basketball and martial arts, instead turning to the faster and more furious pursuits of baseball, Formula One and cycling.



SEAFARERS
There were a raft of designers who broke away from land - bound troubles and headed out to sea. Ropes belted waists, sailor - pants were worn wide, cropped at the ankle and often cuffed, and rivets and cut outs adorned jolly looking jumpsuits. The palette was classic - in navies, red, white, with splashes of seaweed green and scattering of metallic embelishment.


MADE IN JAPAN
Designere looked to the East for Spring inspiration. It began with obi belts and with kimono - style suiting. The best direction lies in the judo - style, wide trousers, the cinched waist styling and the cherry blossom, poppy and orchid blooms.


UTILITARIAN
Spring 2015 uniform contain: buttoned shirt, belted trenchcoat, useful-looking overall,workwear form. Many designers braced themselves for the ride, decked out in military khakis, with functional pockets and rank - decreeing epaulettes.



DENIM
The workwear fabric got huge metamorphosis and was used unlikely as oversized outerwear, shirt dresses, culottes or reinvented jackets.



STRIPES
They were fitting everywhere and you can find all kinds of stripes on the runway, deckchair bold, workwear pinstripes, playful chaos. They appear on pants, shirts, outerwear.



BLUE
Pairing perfectly with the yellow, other strong Spring color. A crisp ground for athletic trend, or speaking directly to the seafaring stories. Let's don't forget about navy and midnight hues. This shades is in a class of its own.



Source: editd.com

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