Inspiring CONCEPT ideas for 2020 and complete COLOUR for the spring/summer season – shaping the year ahead in fashion! The current climate of disruption and uncertainty is sending shock waves through all industries. Fashion is highly reliant on ‘natural capital’ and also driven by change and newness, which places the industry in a position of conflict. As the new decade approaches no trend is untouched, or can separate itself from global concerns. This new climate will short-circuit some pathways, but also open up new ones.
Pushing boundaries and crossing lines, colour for autumn/winter 19-20 involves taking risks. There is a growing need to harness a new positivity and to do this with confidence and intelligence. This indispensable report unveils the full range of colours for the new season, complete with a selection of core tones and key fashion highlights. It also introduces the three core trends, which have their own colour story.
The forecast provides complete colour direction for AW 2018-19 and introduces the leading trend themes for the season. This season the colours offer an effective balance of practical and familiar shades, which adapt to the current need for stability and reflection. The report outlines core colours, essential highlights and creative combinations for each trend.
This exciting introduction to the new season brings together original multidisciplinary research and detailed catwalk analysis. Forward fashion information is gathered from Ready-to Wear, Haute Couture and Street sources. We translate the influence of science, technology and food, exploring what’s happening culturally in music, books, photography, architecture, interior design, art, films and video.
In this unique forecast report we bring together catwalk analysis and multidisciplinary research. Fashion information is gathered from Street trends and the Ready-to-Wear and Haute Couture collections. We translate the influence of science and technology and explore what is happening culturally in music, books, photography, architecture, interior design, art, films and TV. All the information is brought together into three main themes that expand into detailed analysis clearly outlining how each will impact fashion, from major changes in silhouette and proportion, to the detailed finishing on a hemline.
This comprehensive forecast provides an in-depth guide to the overarching trends of the season. The report is packed with information and shaped by the latest innovation, cultural shifts and the leading influencers in design, art, fashion, film, photography and music. Inspiring research traces the origin of each trend and provides the backstory for each of the main trends with links for further research. The report covers Women, Men and Youth areas and includes strong indicators for surface pattern, colour and detailing.
introduces the overarching trends for AW 16-17. The report is packed with extensively researched information and shaped by the latest innovation, cultural shifts and the leading influencers in design, art, fashion, film, photography and music. Each of the three trends contain micro trends aimed directly at fashion and accessories for women’s men’s and youth markets. The Research Development & Inspiration pages provide access to the groundwork behind each trend and links for further study.
Experience actively engaging trends for spring/summer 2016 in this 100 page report – packed with extensively researched trend information. Fashion trends are shaped by cutting-edge groundwork into the latest innovations in science and tech, street-centric moods and cultural shifts, and the leading lights design, art, film, dance and music. The colour forecast contains full analytical direction for the season, highlights core colours and outlines inspirational colour selections for practical colour usage. The research development and inspiration pages provide links to encourage active engagement with our research and all the information is divided into targeted categories for womens, mens and youth areas. These unique trends offer a platform for creativity and a springboard into design for 2016