Versace spring summer ' Consider this less of a "what to wear next" guide and more of an official excuse to experiment with your wardrobe. This versatile trend should make up the foundation of your summer wardrobe. Loewe spring summer ' Good ol' fashioned glamour is back in a big way—and we are very much into it.
Good ol' fashioned glamour is back in a big way—and we are very much into it. If the spring summer '18 runways taught us anything, it's that sequins and glitter are not limited to RuPaul's Drag Race and Britney Spears' Las Vegas residency. Glitterati Good ol' fashioned glamour is back in a big way—and we are very much into it. We'll level with you, the return of snakeskin, leopard print, zebra print, and all the various incarnations of 'animal print' this season is mildly terrifying.
But if anyone was going to convince us to inject a tasteful touch of snakeskin into our existing wardrobes, it's Phoebe Philo. Designers were having fun on the runway this season, and nowhere was that more evident than in the return of rainbow. Honestly, this season's florals were kind of groundbreaking. They made an appearance on almost every runway, but were fresh and modern when printed on slinky white two-pieces.
Or, you could throw caution to the wind and turn yourself into an actual bouquet of roses, like the models at Moschino PSA: We don't actually recommend this.
Bustiers have been teetering around for a few seasons now, but spring summer '18 was when they really hit critical mass. A bunch of designers, from the sexy Balmain to the avant-garde Maison Margiela embraced the trend, proving the silhouette is wearable, whatever your personal style.
Cardigans are back in fashion! But these aren't your run-of-the-mill fished-out-of-a-thrift-shop-bin kind. We're talking fashion cardigans, which means they're deconstructed, or shrunken, or embellished within an inch of their life.
Like you needed an excuse to channel the fashion exploits of '70s-era Jane Fonda. Metallics, silver and a general space age atmosphere reigned supreme this season, and we believe it has a lot to do with the Blade Runner reboot. Barbarella Like you needed an excuse to channel the fashion exploits of '70s-era Jane Fonda. Hands up who thinks Carrie's Vivienne Westwood wedding dress is the sartorial highlight of the Sex and the City movie? It's obviously Samantha's massive sunhat , and if you disagree with me, you should take it up with Armani, Missoni and designer-of-the-moment Jacquemus, who all sent incarnations down the runway.
Checks, in all their glorious incarnations plaid! Your trusty checked blazer is likely to stay in style for a few more seasons to come, but if you wanted to branch out with a checked mini-dress or mid-length skirt, we officially approve. Check yourself Checks, in all their glorious incarnations plaid! Spring summer '18 not only reconfirmed our eternal love for peasant blouses, it also offered a handful of ingenius ways to style them.
Louis Vuitton's pairing of a flowy, floral blouse worn under a grunge-y vintage-inspired tee. Peasant blouses Spring summer '18 not only reconfirmed our eternal love for peasant blouses, it also offered a handful of ingenius ways to style them. Tickle me pink Baby pink proved the colour du jour this season, spotted everywhere from Marc Jacobs and Emilia Wickstead to Chanel, Moschino and Rodarte.
Sies Marjan spring summer ' Alberta Ferretti spring summer ' Chanel spring summer ' Face off Faces featured prominently on garments sent down the runway this season.
Calvin Klein spring summer ' Prada spring summer ' Versace spring summer ' Attico spring summer ' Balmain spring summer ' Tom Ford spring summer ' Animal kingdom We'll level with you, the return of snakeskin, leopard print, zebra print, and all the various incarnations of 'animal print' this season is mildly terrifying. Céline spring summer ' Aside from the glamour of the red carpet and Jesinta Franklin 's awe-inspiring abs , the night was really about fashion—namely, what we'll be wearing as we charge towards the end of winter and into spring and summer.
DJ's buying manager of womenswear, Teneille Ferguson, walked us through seven key trends to emerge from the show, and it's basically a 'how-to' guide for updating your wardrobe for the new season. Note taking is optional but encouraged. Midnight Glam "Evening wear has had an '80s makeover. One-shouldered silhouettes and exaggerated shoulders make a return via jumpsuits, cocktail dresses and blazers. These powerful shapes are made glamorous with luxurious fabrics like velvet and satin, and sheer panelling gets embellished thanks to sequin detailing.
Black is back, although disco metallics also make an impressive statement. This season the redder, the better! Worn head-to-toe, this makes for a powerful outfit that you will reach for again and again. Look for Victorian necklines, intricate frills and floaty silk-georgette detailing. Look for exposed shoulders and asymmetrical cuts which will turn up the heat.
After a whole month of back-to-back fashion shows, swanky after-hours parties and an impressive batch of street style, fashion week spring summer '18 is officially over. And we know what you want to know in the wake of it: What are the trends I actually need to know about? After all, there were thousands of runway looks, dozens of shows and four cities worth of outfits to contend with. Summer Fashion Trends Australia As we will going to look inside the Australian fashion market we will be finding with so many latest and fresh fashion style statements of outfits and hairstyles. These days in the Australian market the trend of the blazer is getting very . With Resort '19 wrapped up at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia and Cruise '19 unfolding in Europe, the latest collections have given us a glimpse at the colour palette we'll be wearing come