The focus is on food-inspiration. The research covers surface pattern through menswear, womenswear, youth apparel and accessories. Ideas stem, not only from the catwalk, street and retail, but from art sculptures and timelapse videos. A great source of inspiration for placement prints, repeat patterns and new directions for jewellery, footwear, bags and concepts for tech products.
The London Collections: Men, provides a rich source for streetstyle fashion trends for S/S 2015. There is an exciting energy surrounding the shows, and the fashion crowd that’s drawn to this event. The RAW gallery captures and documents the scene, providing an unedited look at the influencers and stylish individuals. Images are sorted into Women, Men and details, which highlight accessories, patterns and design details.
The new RAW galleries have been developed to provide a real-time resource for primary research and development. These additional, unedited photographs will document events and supply visual inspiration.
The first RAW gallery is from Graduate Fashion Week in London and looks at current streetstyles, specifically recording the young, student fashion crowd; their unique styling and creative looks.
Photos are grouped into Women, Men and Details, which highlight accessories, patterns and points of interest.
Clear, transparent and colour-tinted plastics are emerging as a strong trend. Not only for outerwear and accessory areas, but also in separates and dresses. We track the trend through recent seasons, where it has been gaining momentum on the catwalks and at a commercial level. The report reveals the best designs across women’s and men’s products with inspiring images and informative analysis.
New designs for jewellery, leather goods, footwear and headwear areas provide future silhouettes and inspiration for graphics and materials for spring/summer 2015. Highly detailed flats are ready to download and use with Adobe Illustrator or other vector design software. This report leads on from the TRENDZOOM Trend & Colour issue for S/S 2015, adding accessories for all main sectors of the women’s market.
Lip-shaped designs, lip patterns, lipstick prints and lips formed from beads, sequins, lace and embroidery have burst onto the fashion scene. The motif has spread across all design areas including: jewellery, footwear, clothing, scarves, furnishings, hosiery, gadget cases, bags, cufflinks and sunglasses.
A strong focus report for the women’s sector with applications for mens and childrens markets.
The eye is an important motif across jewellery, leather goods and apparel areas. From novelty, cartoon-style graphics, through to intricate fine jewellery with a spiritual vibe. The motif will appeal to a wide demographic including men’s, women’s and children’s apparel and accessories.
Fashion sportswear moves forward with an old-school approach to design that pushes forward in a mix of high-end and high-performance materials. Bold contrasts and proportions in minimal shapes, give styles a modern edge and capture the new direction for sportswear. This report highlights the new developments and changes in styles ranging from youth-led casuals to contemporary classics.
The increasing focus on health and fitness makes activewear a fast-expanding area of the sportswear market. This report analyses the key drivers and new directions for this area and highlights the emerging silhouettes, latest details and changes in fabrics and surface pattern. Everything from gym-appropriate styles for intense sports, to low-impact designs for yoga and post-workout loungewear.
The fashion crowd moves trends in new directions, mixing designer and High Street styles together and finishing the looks with their own individual touches. Unique styling and cleverly accessorised outfits add unexpected surprises and breathe new life into classics. The urban styles in Utility Threads, mix new shapes and fabrics with functional details. Girly looks in Candy Kitsch, have fun with bright pops of colour and upbeat accessories. Modern Heroes, look to the future with bold styles that make a statement, and Classic Roots puts a spin on familiar styles.
Detailed analysis of the latest accessory trends emerging from the New York, London, Milan and Paris runways.
Exciting developments in accessory trends affect the way designs are being worn, what materials are being used, and how shapes are evolving. For the leather goods market, details add impact in oversized proportions or a note of subversion with industrial hardware. Jewellery trends move forward with stand-alone pieces – the new heroes of the season!
A fresh look at the new, spring 2014 trends for womenswear and accessory sectors from London’s vibrant retail scene. The research covers all the key stores and edgy boutiques to provide a great overview of trends. The report zeros in on the latest direction for each product area and captures the subtle changes in silhouette, proportion and detail.
Street trends are an essential part of the forecasting process. London provides exciting new directions not least because of the individuality of the fashion crowd. These are women and teens that love to experiment with styling, they are knowledgeable about designers and products and crave the admiration of their fashion-savvy peers. This report makes sense of the latest trends and directions, breaking the looks down into well-defined themes with sharp editorial and a keen eye for detail.
This huge report, spread over 100 pages, combines bags, footwear, jewellery, hats, belts and sunglasses into key trends. We’ve selected the most inspiring, forward-moving and commercial items from the New York, London, Milan and Paris runways. Mood boards lead the way showcasing the overarching themes and then we dive deep into each product area.
Your essential guide to accessory trends for the s/s 2014 season.
The London retail scene is buzzing with fashion week excitement. Windows look spectacular and trends are particularly strong this season. We’ve scoured the city from the biggest department stores to the trendiest boutiques to bring you bring you this 80+ page report full of inspiration.
St. Tropez is always a mecca for streetstyle fashion and this season it’s right at the centre of the ethnic trend. Ethnic patterns in hippy styles lead the way forward; styles are channelling summer festivals, pulling inspiration for prints and patterns from a multitude of sources. The effect is an exciting melting pot of prints, patterns and handcrafted detailing. There is a lot of movement on the street with fringes, soft floaty hemlines and loose shapes vying for attention.
An exciting array of accessories really grabs the attention this season. Colour is an important factor but it’s the contrasts and combinations of materials that really make the difference. Interesting textures and unexpected additions really spice up the offering here. St Tropez is a decadent town that attracts big money and consumers here are looking for statement pieces that will set them apart from the crowd. The Riviera retail scene is brimming with stunning designs that capture the imagination and it’s here that new trends emerge. It is vital for fashion businesses to keep a finger on the fashion pulse here, as its impact will be felt across future seasons.
St. Tropez is a retail hub for beachwear trends. Key swimwear brands from Europe, USA and Brazil fill the small boutiques and shop owners are quick to style the new swimwear and cover-ups with the latest accessories.
This season beachwear offers added value with reversible styles in contrast colours or dramatically different patterns. Straps are versatile offering the consumer adjustable style options or a contrast colour/print.
Coordinated beachwear is key, pareo styles are short and kaftans finish at tunic length; shorts and soft pants or leggings expand the offering…
Intimate Tech is fuelled by new technology and the sensual relationship that brings body shape and ergonomic design sharply into focus. Advances in construction methods and the latest innovative developments in fabrics and materials will push design in exciting new directions.
In general there’s a strong move towards unisex and masculine styles, especially in the footwear sector. The majority of glove styles are boyishly bulky with fur linings, padded sections or added knitwear. Headwear reflects a similar mannish mood in unisex styles, such as, trilbies, fedoras, knitted beanies and sports caps. Belts are the only exception to the rule often hugging the waist in feminine corset-like styles at Etro or cinching the waist like a waspie at Jil Sander. Sporty sunglasses are hi-tech with blackout lenses; at Acne these are squashed into narrow slit frames, while at Just Cavalli styles are shaped into winter sport goggles with a neon trim.