Women’s apparel photos are now available – over 600 streetstyle images arranged into product type. This unique street coverage is carefully edited with a flow of ideas to provide clear direction for your area of womenswear – it’s full of inspiration!
We have flooded the trendPX gallery with new images for autumn/winter 2018! This unique street coverage is carefully edited to flow through product categories. Over 450 selected menswear images full of inspiring looks.
The new focus for swimwear is on clean bold lines with subtle interventions, and within these bold lines there is ease, smoothness and an emphasis on comfort. In place of structure there is strategic manipulation of drape or clever layering.
This key report for spring/summer 2019 sets out the 3 CORE TRENDS of the season. Extensive multidisciplinary research leads these trends into workable solutions for Women, Men and Youth categories, providing direction, not only for apparel and accessories, but a wide range of creative industries.
The new trendPX gallery provides complete STREET coverage for spring/summer 2018. Over 1000 apparel images in key product areas, covering both women’s and men’s sectors. Each collection delivers a clear flow of actionable trend information.
This exciting introduction to the new season provides a solid analysis of three core themes: RESPECTus, MICROmanAGE and ACCIDENTISM. The forecast report defines these key trends by bringing together multidisciplinary research and detailed fashion analysis. We explore what’s happening culturally in music, books, photography, architecture, interior design, art, films and video, and translate the influence of science, technology and food. This wide-ranging research is then channeled into the main themes, which expand into clear, actionable trend information for Women, Men and Youth categories.
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.
This report targets exactly what the influencers are wearing now, and takes this information forward to predict the direction of trends for next season. Expert analysis highlights the important aspects to include in future design collections, and the content provides full coverage of all menswear apparel including outerwear, jersey, knits, denim, wovens and tailoring. The report focuses on cut, proportions, materials, patterns and detailing, in addition our accessory clients and other niche menswear sectors also get valuable styling information.
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.
Emerging street trends are an essential point of reference for all designers and fashion businesses. This popular report filters through the noise to focus on directional design, highlighting the details, silhouettes, fabrics, surface patterns and styling that will impact on fashion going forward. The coverage spans all areas of womenswear and includes: outerwear, dresses, blouses, sports, urban, soft, knits and structured tailoring.
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.
A comprehensive analysis of street-led trends, focusing on the influencers at London Fashion Week with a detailed guide to emerging trends in women, men and youth markets. Each page clearly identifies the details that define each look, and outlines how to move the trend forward. This 94-page report explores four key areas: URBAN, a combination of street-styled denim, casual workwear and leather looks. LEISURE, sports-inflected jerseywear, long ethnic-inspired layers and the latest graphic patterns. FASHION dives into contemporary looks and the forward motion of cutting edge design, while TAILOR is a combination of classic looks and styles that are inventive and progressive.
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.
This definitive swimwear report provides a valuable insight into the new direction for swimwear in women’s, men’s and youth markets. Expert analysis reveals the emerging trends and newest looks from São Paulo, Australia, Miami, Resort 2017 and Menswear S/S 2017 shows. Each of the 50+ pages presents new inspiration for designs with a focus on construction, surface pattern, materials, proportion, line and details for swimwear and beach apparel. Key drivers for the season include new contemporary and covered styles for women and retro styling for men with matching shirts. Don’t miss this unique issue and the first of our new season reports.
PITTI UOMO 90 14-17 June 2016 Fortezza da Basso, Florence. The dividing line between exclusive showcases for men and women is blurring. What was once the territory of one: catwalk seasons, fashion collections or tradeshows, has been invaded by the other. In Florence the Pitti show is predominantly menswear but womenswear is finding its voice among the big players, especially in the athleisure sector. This flux is reflected in the street scene where there is an even ratio of male and female influencers and fashion insiders from all over the world. Our photographers capture defining moments and trendspotters stop the cool crowd to get detailed shots of full outfits and back views. In the editing the best looks emerge naturally into trends assisted by our forecasting team. The result is a unique snapshot of advance fashion looks that will impact on trends going forward.
PITTI UOMO 90 14-17 June 2016 Fortezza da Basso, Florence. The Italian men’s tradeshow continues to prove its relevance and place in the fashion calendar. This powerful platform attracts a wide range of businesses, from niche brands, to international labels and top designers. This season the event hosted catwalk shows by Raf Simons, Fausto Puglisi, Vivism and Gosha Rubchinskiy with a photographic exhibition by Karl Lagerfeld. This season’s theme of ‘Pitti Lucky Numbers’ looks at numbers in their pure graphic form and as symbols both in and out of fashion. Undici magazine set up 11 massive sail-like sculptures dedicated to the jersey numbers of legendary European football players and the designer Oliviero Baldini artfully decorated open spaces with numbers in colourful patterns. The show also features the work of talented video makers, installation artists and digital technicians overseen by creative head Sergio Pappalettera. For the duration of the tradeshow the historic city of Florence comes alive with pop up fashion events and art shows providing a buzz of creativity and flow of ideas everywhere you look.
The new design issue is dedicated to menswear and features the key shapes for men’s and youth apparel. Our themes: OUTSIDER, INTERFUSION & CIRCULAR are developed into clear sketches incorporating the research into colour and surface pattern from the Fashion Trend & Colour Forecast. The disruptive street energy of OUTSIDER combines clashing patterns and textures. INTERFUSION offers athleisure design with precise tech-infused details, and CIRCULAR brings a grounding effect with practical workwear inspired styles.
The first of our unique design issues is dedicated to womenswear and packed with original sketches. These downloadable design flats are complete with front/back views and feature precise detailing. Download the entire design matrix into your Adobe Illustrator compatible software and adapt to your needs. Our design pages feature inspiration from ready-to-wear, couture and pre-fall catwalk collections and are finished with colour references.
Our key themes: OUTSIDER, INTERFUSION & CIRCULAR are developed into design ideas incorporating the research into colour and surface pattern from the Fashion Trend & Colour Forecast. Outsider approaches the ‘more is more’ aesthetic in styles filled with exciting patterns and decoration. Interfusion is filled with precise construction and well-defined shapes. Circular cuts through the noise with easy styles connected to the natural and familiar.
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.