Familiar utility and hardware components inspire an adaptable approach to JEWELLERY design. In EYEWEAR, directional looks combine old and new aesthetics adding a familiar undertone to contemporary styles. HATS are in retro mood, here the look dips into black music culture, revisiting defining styles from the ‘80s urban scene.
This report reflects the changing face of streetstyle fashion and targets the styles that will influence future trends. The young talent at London Fashion Week Men’s is reflected in the street, but it’s only through expert analysis and years of experience that the directional trends emerge. This analysed content provides full coverage of all menswear sectors including outerwear, jersey, knitwear, denim, wovens and tailoring – paying close attention to fabrics, patterns, trims and details.
Precision cut, polished and crafted. This new crop of jewellery looks ahead with cool confidence. For women’s earrings the mood swings between balance and imbalance. Precision is countered with asymmetry and irregularity, creating an engaging off-kilter look. Solo earrings or mismatched pairings add to the sense of disruption and subtle irregularities evoke a hand-touched appeal. Bold design dominates the eyewear sector, with a wave of transparent, angular, geometric and patterned frames. Wiry metal structures square up into retro influenced styles, and action-ready sporty wraps add delicious curves.
Angular lines introduce a sharp geometric look to women’s footwear styles and technology plays a leading role for the men’s market. In the youth sector there’s a softening effect in styles which incorporate stretch woven/knit fabrics or malleable materials. Women’s hats look to the past for inspiration and masculine styles take a casual route.
Original Bag & Belt designs are shaped by the movement of trends and highlight the key pieces to impact fashion in SS18. It’s an era of extreme proportions with both mega and mini size bags dominating the scene. Belts are also feeling the supersizing effect in extended lengths for men and women. Add-on details are key, sometimes purely for effect, but more often for functional adjustments. Lifestyle additions are key, with straps for yoga mats and links for clip-on purses and wallets.
Take a fresh new look at women’s swimwear with our latest report, which outlines the forward moving trends for spring/summer 2018. Detailed design flats reveal the new direction for bikinis and swimsuits, and accurate trend analysis provides the reasoning behind these design decisions. Styles push forward in a contemporary mood and also look back with retro influenced details. Designs include sculptured shapes and unstructured styles, fabric and pattern direction and a special focus on finishing details and trims.
This comprehensive accessories report focuses on the emerging street trends for women, men and youth markets. This important issue zooms in on the current crop of influencers attending London’s Fashion Week shows, with expert analysis to take the ideas forward. Women’s jewellery is uncompromising and confident in designs that clearly look forward. For men’s jewellery this direction is reversed with inspiration from vintage and heritage styles. Bags for women are structured with bold metal details and men’s styles are designed to fit close to the body. Headwear reinvents classic styles and adds customised aspects, new details and alternative fabrics. Footwear for men and women focuses on hi-tech materials and innovative details.
An exclusive accessories report focusing on the trends emerging from street level for women & men. This important issue zooms in on the current crop of influencers attending London’s Fashion Week shows, and our analysis describes how to carry these looks forward. It’s an exciting time for women’s jewellery with lots of experimentation and innovation, for men the look remains classic and dips into vintage for inspiration. For women’s bags the latest covetable styles feature distinctive details and are immaculately finished with strong structural lines, while men’s bags, are at a midpoint between creativity and functionality. In women’s footwear there’s a retro ‘60s vibe that combines technology with skilled craftsmanship. Men’s footwear styles are reworked and re-energised with a strong sporty vibe. Headwear for both sexes reinterprets the classics by adding subtle subverted details in new fabrications.
PITTI UOMO 90 14-17 June 2016 Fortezza da Basso, Florence. A valuable insight into the accessories sector from a street perspective. The report is an analysed view of men’s and women’s trends covering the main areas: Bags, Jewellery, Footwear and Headwear with additional information on connected products. We have analysed styles down to the finest details to be sure of the direction that products are heading for S/S 17 so you can be sure that your designs are on track. This 65-page report also looks at styling, the highly personalised way that items are being worn, and importantly, what with. Don’t miss this essential look at street trends from a forecasting perspective, there’s nothing like this available anywhere else.
Inspiring and original accessory designs for Jewellery, Bags and Footwear markets, with detailed design flats outlining the direction of accessories for autumn/winter 2017-18. Actionable information-filled pages feature inspiration from the catwalks with additional information highlighting key styles for gloves, belts, scarves, hats and eyewear sectors.
This streetstyle report zooms in on the key accessories creating a stir at London Fashion Week. Here the influencers and industry professionals gather and provide forward-moving indicators. Information is divided into product categories, edited and analysed to give a clear insight into the direction and movement of fashion trends for women, men and youth sectors. There is a strong movement towards individual styling and personalising accessories with customised details, creating a refreshing new look.
This bumper design issue focuses on accessories and provides original design flats combined with the most inspiring looks from the runways. Each of our spring/summer 2017 trends provide a different approach to all the product categories. Transborder dips into Afropunk inspired jewellery, tourist inspired bags and tropical footwear. Mindtime applies a precise geometry across the board in a collection filled with surprising contrasts and slick lines. Grounded keeps a sense of balance with designs that are rooted in the street yet still acknowledge retro and vintage influences.
This street-centric trend report zooms in on key details, and provides a clear insight into the direction of accessory trends for women, men & youth sectors. This 80+ page report clearly outlines what is new and emerging and confirms definite patterns within product groups. Don’t miss this comprehensive overview of streetstyle accessory trends.
The launch of a new style of trend report combines STREET & RETAIL across Women and Men’s apparel and accessory areas, in this special 118 page issue. Extensive research from St. Tropez and Marseilles – two of the French Riviera’s fashion hotspots – is expertly edited into new trend directions for 2016. The new look is thoroughly inspiring with dynamic pages packed with clear information. A special section on Swim & Beach kicks off the report with an in-depth look at the latest styles in swimwear, cover-ups and related accessories; then the 4 main trends reveal the key looks emerging from hi-end street culture and the forward-moving retail scene.
This complete report provides all the trend direction for women’s and men’s accessories. The report covers bags, jewellery, footwear and other key areas, such as eyewear, belts, headwear, scarves and gloves. Initial trend boards combine the key products to outline the overarching themes of the season, and subsequent pages are divided into product and men’s and women’s categories. Don’t miss this thorough analysis of the season’s latest accessories.
This report zooms in on key details and provides a clear insight into the direction of accessory trends for men, women and youth sectors. The in-depth information is divided by product and grouped into similar styles to create a highly visual look at trends. Analysis provides the insight into trend direction and looks in detail at the defining styles that will impact on future trends. London Fashion Week is a hub for fashion influencers and this season’s fashion crowd have provided an exciting mix from top designer items straight through to unique thrift-shop finds.
A unique and detailed analysis of the latest accessory trends emerging from the New York, London, Milan & Paris runways. The report kicks off with a series of actionable moodboards, which offer the latest trend directions across all product areas. Subsequent pages are divided by product to analyse the connections between different styles, and provide inspiration for designers to move forward with their own collections.
This detailed report targets accessories and looks at the latest street-led trends to emerge on the London scene. Trends cover women’s, men and youth areas and focus on jewellery, bags, footwear, headwear and eyewear in detail. See the most popular styles among the fashion influencers and the new directions in colour and materials.
Animals, from charging bulls to pretty butterflies, are bursting onto the scene across apparel and accessories areas for women’s, men’s and youth sectors. We track this concept trend as it moves through S/S 2015, in airy sportswear and into A/W 15-16, with inspiration for knits and outerwear. Creatures add impact as a singular motif, or become part of a repeat pattern through the surface of fabrics. In accessories there is often a novelty aspect at play, while in jewellery handcrafted finishes are key.
Men’s accessories strike a balance between seriously functional design and fashion-led styles. Detailing on bags and footwear is reduced and streamlined providing a new look for classic staples. Designers merge familiar styles together, creating new hybrids for SS ‘15. The bohemian trend adds a crafted, hippy angle, which is especially strong for the jewellery sector.