This deep-dive accessories report provides an overview of the London fashion scene. The curated gallery offers a unique way to absorb trends as it runs through men’s and women’s accessories of a similar type. Our original images provide a clear impression of the important details that define a look. This huge resource contains over 400 carefully selected images from London Fashion Week AW 23.
It’s bigger than swimwear! This special FOCUS issue extends into poolside party looks, bodycon daywear and activewear. It puts special emphasis on the coordinates that work around swimwear, the items that add value and versatility. The report uncovers all the intricate construction lines and shapes that push swimwear forward. Each look considers fabrics, detailing and finish – where and what to use to get the most impact for your designs – with expert analysis on how to take each trend forward. Over 60 pages offering a balanced mix of creative inspiration and focused information.
Accessories are more than practical products. A thoughtful and considered approach to design is essential in creating styles which resonate with today’s consumers. DESIGNs for SS 24 reveal the importance of innovation and clever detailing, the essential touch-ability of surfaces, while also celebrating the emotional pull of nostalgic connections.
This design report offers CAD sketches for Womens and Mens styles for Bags, Jewellery, Footwear, Headwear and Eyewear. Inspiring pages are highly visual and deliver in-depth analysis for accurate insights into pattern, texture, materials and finishes.
An exciting season for womenswear explores the real need for practical and long-lasting staples, while tapping into the desire for clothing that’s also expressive and unique. New design is required to tick a lot of boxes and this report offers different solutions. It looks at designs which can be adapted to multiple sizes, styles that are adaptable and can be worn in different ways, it also looks at using existing product or waste material. REALFEEL celebrates authenticity through familiar styles that connect to home and a sense of belonging. ECONOME looks to simplify design through expanded shapes with adaptable features and MULTISIM pushes the boundaries of creativity with multifaceted design ideas.
The report covers casualwear – including denim, soft separates, jerseywear, dresses and outerwear with detailed sketches showing ideas for surface pattern and material types.
In this Men Apparel report we explore different approaches to design. There is a strong pull towards clothing with real authenticity, this is most apparent in the trend REALFEEL. Here clothing celebrates real function and the kind of nostalgia that connects to real experience and emotion. An alternative direction for menswear is ECONOME, which flows in a minimalist direction with clean finishes and clever construction – adding confidence and ease. MULTISIM reflects the multiple ways that we can approach clothing, exploring meaningful craft and surface pattern, while acknowledging the technical aspects that are necessary in modern clothing.
Fashion moves forward into SS 24 with fresh ideas and concepts to inspire creativity and provide accurate insights into the direction for new designs. This FASHION issue provides an in-depth view of each theme and isolates the important details that make each trend unique. It covers apparel and accessory trends for Women, Men and Youth sectors. Offering ideas for silhouettes, materials, construction and surface pattern and finishes.
The London street scene brings out the best emerging trends. These original images show how women’s apparel is changing within each style category. In general there is an increase in proportion and volume, and this ‘taking up space’ reflects a growing confidence for womenswear. In styling there’s a contrast between delicate pieces that are sheer, second-skin or cutaway, with items which are oversized in more durable materials. Investment styles, such as coats or leather pieces come in safe, core colours but these are countered with bold-colour or bold-texture contrasts. This curated insight into trends is edited into a flow of looks, which is organised by style category.
COLOUR for 2024 reflects the anticipation and excitement of summer, with fresh light tones and euphoric brights. These are balanced out with a wide range of naturally sourced midtones, some are warmly nostalgic, while others connect to nature and the environment. Soft shades feed into the idea of a caring, more thoughtful mindset and a gently, less harmful approach to design. The 40-colour palette includes two important selections: KEY6 are six important colours that define the new season and CORE, which are ten essential long-term colours.
A one-solution approach to solve the climate crisis is not an option, it’s clear we need multiple solutions to achieve any goals to cut carbon emissions. In the same way fashion uses a multi-formula approach to reduce its impact on global warming. The report reflects this movement towards sustainable goals by encouraging the use of resource-saving raw materials, ethical manufacturing, reusing existing product and materials and taking a slower, more considered approach to design. CONCEPTs for SS 24 outline the emerging cultural shifts, new events and designs shaping the future, and art that impacts the way we view the world.
The street scene in Copenhagen reflects a new confidence and growing excitement for fashion and individual expression. Styling is important and becomes more crucial as consumers want to wear clothes for longer. These womenswear trends focus on looks that are attainable and inspiring with fresh details or styling to encourage creativity and experimentation. Materials are important to all looks offering everything from craft-like texture to dream-like sheers. Durable fabrics are increasingly important and surfaces reflect this endurance in washed and abraded finishes. This is a highly curated insight into trends edited into a flow of looks which are organised by category.