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.
STREET Men London Fashion Week A/W 2017
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.
STREET Accessories London Fashion Week A/W 2017
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.
STREET Women London Fashion Week A/W 2017
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.
STREET Accessories London Fashion Week S/S 2017
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.
STREET London Fashion Week S/S 2017
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.
STREET Pitti Uomo Accessories S/S 2017
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.
STREET Pitti Uomo Womenswear S/S 2017
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.
STREET Pitti Uomo Menswear S/S 2017
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.
STREET Accessories London Fashion Week A/W 2016
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.
STREET London Fashion Week A/W 2016
The fashion scene at London Fashion Week provides the raw material, which when expertly analysed, offers an essential insight into the direction of future fashion trends. This report combines women’s and menswear and is clearly divided into product groups covering all areas of the market. Coverage includes sportswear, tailoring, casualwear, knitwear and denim, with additional analysis shining the spotlight on proportion, line, detailing, surface design and construction. Don’t miss this uniquely detailed and inspiring look at street trends.
STREET Accessories London Fashion Week S/S 2016
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.
STREET London Fashion Week S/S 2016
A comprehensive analysis of street-led fashion, focusing on the influencers at London Fashion Week with a detailed guide to emerging trends in key areas of the market. This in-depth report provides a detailed insight into the direction of fashion and pays close attention to proportion, silhouette, fabrics and surface pattern with additional back views supplied where relevant. Information covers women’s, men’s and youth trends and all key product areas e.g. denim, knitwear, tailoring, casual etc.
RETAIL/STREET Riviera Summer Direction 2016
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.
STREET Accessories London Fashion Week A/W 2015
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.
STREET London Fashion Week A/W 2015
Exciting new developments in womenswear, menswear and youth apparel as street-led fashion provides inspiration for A/W 2015 and beyond! London’s energy pulses through the report with innovative youth-centric looks working alongside classic and contemporary styles. Styling is key and the fashion crowd inventively mixes styles in unconventional ways, providing design inspiration for future collections.
STREET Accessories London Fashion Week S/S 2015
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.
STREET Trends London Fashion Week S/S 2015
The London Fashion Week report covers men’s, women and youth apparel. Expert analysis offers a unique insight into future street-led fashion trends and page-by page directions track the latest fluctuations on the fashion radar. The fashion week crowd is an exciting mix of fashion industry insiders and the current wave of countercultural young designers and students.
This season moves forward with a new emphasis on fabric textures; fur and quilting are very important, raw edges and prints are key for denim areas, sportswear morphs into new, softer styles or uses dramatic prints to make an impact.
Don’t miss this crucial look at the latest trends emerging from street level.
RAW Street Gallery London Collections: Men S/S 2015
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.
RAW Street Gallery Graduate Fashion Week London 2014
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.