London Market at Oberoi Maidens Civil Lines
Greetings friends. Cheers to the summers! Who’s ready to talk 2018 continuing summer- July August fashion trends???
Most of us in 2018, care about our environment- we are aware of issues like global warming, overuse of plastics, and the conservation of our precious natural resources. Consumers are now asking- Where do our clothes come from? Who is making them, and are the workers being treated fairly? What goes into the fabrics, and how is our environment impacted in the manufacturing process?
Colour is key (whether bold or pastel), the ’80s won’t quit, and if you’re going to do power dressing in our current times, you don’t have to be all shoulders and stilettos—but the option is most definitely there.
THE COLOUR; Lilac
Millennial pink has had its day–we’re heading into the violet hour, with designers embracing lilac for everything from tailoring to bouncy-hemmed party dresses. Reinvent the colour wheel by wearing a lavender jumper with grey wool trousers or a glossy, black vinyl pencil skirt.
Designers have eschewed all other eras to focus very clearly on the 1980s. The silhouettes are all in place (think nipped waists, strong shoulders and long legs), and the muses are ones you’ll instantly be able to imagine: Diana, Princess of Wales, continues to influence high-fashion places, with Off-White’s Virgil Abloh citing the late style icon as his inspiration for his spring collection.
If there’s one thing worth spending some money on, it’s a perfectly tailored suit. These days you can find the style to match your personal taste because the concept is a now constant fixture on the runways. Whether you want to make a statement or opt for something subtler, there are 1001 versions out there. And the best part is they won’t date.
There’s a real gamut of bag trends for S/S 18, but if one stands head and shoulders (and waist?) above the rest, it is the bum bag, or belt bag, should you want to sound more sophisticated.
It doesn’t matter what kind of belt—just know that a waist belt is integral to the season’s bigger shapes and volumes. Belt jackets, sling a chain belt over a slinky dress, fasten a man’s shirt… use it, daily, without fail.
Think linens and sawn-off edges, washed cotton drills and woven leathers, all in an earthy colour palette of creams, oatmeals and off-whites.
GO WILD WITH ANIMAL PRINTS- “On their own or mixed & matched, adding some zebra or a little cheetah to your wardrobe is the easiest way to elevate your look this season.
Whoever you are, whatever you’re into, find clothes this spring that highlight your best you.
‘London Market’ looks at the top trends for continuing summers of 2018, as seen across New York, London, Milan, Paris & Indian fashion weeks. From party sequins to puffball skirts and fancy fringing, these are the top trends to look out for,,,,,,,
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