Move forward with a fresh perspective for accessories. In this extensive report we translate the SS22 fashion concepts into accessory designs for women, men and youth sectors. Discover what’s new for Bag, Footwear, Jewellery, Eyewear, Belt and Headwear categories. Our popular CAD sketches reveal the latest shapes, proportions and finishing touches in highly-detailed design flats. […]
Feel a surge of energy pulse through this season’s swimwear. This creative issue translates the S/S2022 concepts into practical designs for women, men and youth sectors. Our popular CAD sketches are original detailed flats with front and back views. Each design is part of a complete look with inspiration beyond the pool – including direction for styling, print/pattern ideas and suggestions for fabrics and finishing.
Tap into the energy of a new season. The fashion issue translates the concepts for spring/summer 2022 into inspirational ideas for women, men and youth sectors. The report creates stories for each theme and covers a wide range of products and accessories including direction for new silhouettes, style lines, proportions, materials and surface pattern, It’s an overview of trends, but more importantly it finds the actionable line between commercial and edgy designs.
The world has been shaken by forces beyond our control. This has left us humbled but also resilient and determined. We have witnessed the fields of science and technology motivated to achieve incredible things. This kind of determination will activate a creative streak across the design industries that will fuel innovation and push towards a circular economy.
As the world recovers from the effects of the pandemic, colour has the power to reassure us with familiar neutral shades and transport us with joy-infused brights. Colours for 2022 guide us into this new season with 40 shades set to dominate the fashion and accessories scene for women, men and youth sectors. Within the palette is a contemporary core selection of 10 core colours and the KEY6 shades which will have the strongest impact. Get a first look at the three new concepts of the season: RISE, COEXIST and VISION, and explore the colours that define them.
A confident look at the future of accessory design. This report reveals the styles which will impact the Autumn/Winter 21-22 season and beyond. It outlines ways to design with less impact to the environment, and create styles precious or practical enough to stand the test of time. Get more than inspiration – get involved in the real changes happening in fashion.
The womenswear report gets down to business, exploring the finer details of design. It analyses the key shapes and lines of construction, offers fabric inspiration and new solutions to current issues. Get more than inspiration from this issue, get involved in the real changes happening in fashion.
Highly visual and inspirational, the fashion issue maps out the direction of trends. It explores ways to approach the new season, analyses the driving force behind these changes and offers solid solutions to futureproof your fashion business. This expansive report reveals the full Autumn-Winter 21/22 trends for Women, Men and Youth areas.
The physical events at London Fashion Week were scaled down and the usual crowds were missing. But this created a strong focus on a group of key influencers and also allowed for a closer scrutiny of each style. It was a unique opportunity, at a time when fashion events are few and far between, for self expression.
Events bring home the realisation that we are vulnerable and dependent on our health, the environment and each other. This is the mindset moving into AW21-22 and a good starting point for meaningful and authentic discussion.
The COLOUR report signals the start of a new season. More than colour analysis, it also reveals the three big CONCEPT themes – and the ideas behind them. Explore the full colour palette, colour selections by trend and colour concepts, which is a new segment showing practical colour usage. CORE colours are the hard-working essential shades and KEY6 colours are the standout hues, which will define the autumn/winter 2021-22 season.
The future of apparel is being shaped by present experiences. Going forward, womenswear will be designed with a mindful approach to meet the needs of an increasingly conscious consumer. This SS21 design report offers new solutions and fresh ideas to inspire creativity and confidence.
Swimwear explodes onto the SS21 scene with fresh designs that connect to a newfound awareness. Mindful consumers will seek out conscious designs with a no-waste or altruistic narrative, that also fulfill their emotional and physical needs. Designers will challenge the system and explore new ways to minimise the environmental impact of production
Accessories take a bold leap forward with renewed emphasis on sustainability and the reuse of existing materials or product. This substantial report covers bags, footwear, jewellery, eyewear and headwear and is divided into Women’s Men’s and Youth categories. The original, highly detailed sketches are fully downloadable and easy to adapt.
This reactive report explores the fashion trends we set out for SS21 in the light of this current world crisis. The three trends cover Women, Men and Youth sectors for apparel and accessories. In a new move, we’ve combined the youth section for each trend into a genderless melting pot of ideas.
Unique styling is one of the biggest inspirations this season, and looks that stand out most are those with an individual edge. Sometimes it’s as simple as an unexpected print or colour but it’s the maximal looks that are the most directional. In addition to these maximal looks are bold statement pieces with exaggerated proportions or those with misplaced details, unexpected openings or additional panels. Suits are softened with full wide-leg trousers, a jogger-style cuffed pant or a pair of shorts. Full sportswear looks are out, but some individual pieces added to more formal outfits add an authentic vibe. Leather and leather-look fabrics have exploded onto the scene, not just for biker jackets, but reptile-pattern coats, trousers, skirts, shorts and even softly structured suits.
This gender mix reveals how streetstyle fashion is breaking down barriers with more inclusive ways to style accessories. Over 620 images capture the direction of street trends for autumn/winter 2020. A combination of bold statement pieces, full of personality and more nuanced styles with a softer impact. Personalised styling is key, for example, eyewear with chunky chains or jewellery/watches worn over cuffs or gloves.
As we move into 2021 the CONCEPTS that we set out in AW20 have become clearer – and the call for sustainability becomes more urgent. Each of the three themes approaches this future space from a different angle: Source encourages an exploration into ways to minimise the environmental impact of production, Reset looks at technology and how advances are shaping product design, Voice considers ways designers can connect with social, environmental and political issues – fearlessly.
Launching into spring/summer 2021 with the COLOUR report, an exploration into the 40 shades set to dominate the fashion and accessories scene for women, men and youth sectors. Get a first look at the three new trends of the season and discover their influence on the palette. We reveal the transseasonal core colours and the KEY6 standout shades which will define the spring/summer season.
Women’s and Men’s accessories collide in this latest design forecast issue, which turns concepts and theory into inspiring and fresh product design. These original design flats reveal the new style lines, materials, surface patterns and detailing for the new season over 74 information-packed pages.