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 SS24 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.
This design issue releases a flow of fresh ideas and inspiration into womenswear. It explores the key drivers for this sector and answers questions concerning sustainability and longevity. Our design solutions incorporate versatility and adaptability into product to achieve extended use, while also providing practical ideas for layering and styling. As well as addressing the important issues, the report’s main objective is to encourage and stimulate creativity with new and innovative ideas.
This DESIGN report reveals the direction of new trends for the accessories sector. Original sketches clearly define the shapes, proportions and exciting details for the coming AW23-24 season. These new designs cover Women’s and Men’s styles for Bags, Jewellery, Footwear, Belts, Headwear and Eyewear. Inspiring pages are highly visual and deliver in-depth analysis for accurate insights into pattern, texture, materials and finishes.
The FASHION report clearly defines trends within 3 concept themes for the season. It presents solid direction for Women, Men and Youth sectors, exploring ideas for Apparel and Accessories and influences for fabric and pattern choices. Presented in a clear, highly visual format with in-depth analysis the FASHION report delivers important insights and creative inspiration to develop forward-thinking collections.
Stylish knitwear and warm winter outerwear in fur, faux fur, shearling and patterned textures. Shaggy and thick-fur coats are softly structured and collarless, while short-hair versions feature neat shirt, revere or shawl collars. Two-colour checkerboard fur is a popular look, though faux chinchilla, leopard and other natural-look patterns remain a classic option. Other textures include crushed and patterned velvets, brocade and jacquards, tweed and fleece. Hairy knits and loopy wool construction creates a fur-like effect for jackets and sweaters. Knitwear has a hand-crafted look with laddered holes, colourful patchwork and decorative crochet. Fringes are part of this textured look, adding movement to the edges of knitwear, outerwear and separates
A complete overview of the latest accessory trends for Women and Men, including Bags, Footwear, Jewellery, Eyewear and Headwear categories. This curated gallery offers a new way to experience street-led trends. Our original photos are edited to flow through shapes, styles and materials to leave a clear impression of trends and the direction of design. This huge resource contains 826 carefully selected, original images from the AW22 London & Copenhagen Fashion Weeks.
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Colour reacts to this new phase with a multifaceted and complex palette. A sense of exploration and excitement for the future is expressed in thrill-seeking brights and sunny, atypical colours. This brightness reflects a heightened sense of creativity and a desire for reinvention and personal discovery. In contrast, our growing connection to nature feeds into a need for healing, less-harmful hues, which allow us to relax and recharge. Darker tones are interwoven throughout, representing longevity and solid grounding.
Events are causing us to reshape our needs and respect resources like never before. We are transitioning into a new phase in design, one that feels more urgent and powerful. Brands that are speaking honestly and openly, who value transparency and share knowledge for others to emulate, will be the ones to shine in this new environment. This report holds a mirror to culture and society, taking an optimistic view of the new developments in design, tech, art, nature, fashion, food, money, materials, craft and fashion that will inspire and motivate creativity.
High on the list of priorities for swimwear is adaptability, with consumers looking for designs with custom features. Designers need to meet this demand with coordinated swimwear that can be tied in different ways, layers that can be peeled off or worn separately, and details that can be removed to extend use.
This report offers original designs and inspiring analysis to inform new product. For spring/summer 2023 swimwear is divided into three themes: SYMBIOTIC wraps the body in soft structures and soft materials. The REFORM theme puts the focus on structured shapes and details with hardware trims. WONDER explores vintage structures in a wave of retro prints.
Navigating womenswear with all its complexities and nuanced subtleties can be challenging for any business. This report offers a guide through this intriguing sector looking at clothing from three different perspectives. The SYMBIOTIC theme takes a light-handed approach to design. It explores clothing’s relationship with the body from freedom of movement to close, second-skin connection and the idea of openness through sheer or cutout details. REFORM looks closely at new structure and the important proportions of individual garments. An orderliness exists, not just in line, but also in pattern and symmetrical arrangement of detailing. The emphasis is on adjustable aspects and construction is visible and celebrated. WONDER takes a unique route through latter-day vintage concepts and emotionally-charged expressive designs. Here clothing takes on a precious quality that encourages care and longevity.
ACCESSORIES for the spring/summer season offer inventive ways to approach design from different and inspiring perspectives. Styles are dynamic and part of a confident new approach to design. Bags, footwear, jewellery, headwear, eyewear and belt designs are individual, unique and fuelled by a creative force that offers an outlet for self expression.
This extensive report covers all accessory areas for Women, Men and youth sectors with on-point analysis to validate each concept. Downloadable Adobe Illustrator files offer the designer infinite possibilities to adapt and reimagine every design.
The FASHION report translates ideas from the Concept issue into solid direction for Women, Men and Youth sectors, exploring ideas for Apparel and Accessories across each of the season’s three themes. This exciting report delivers important ideas for product design, construction, surface pattern and materials in a highly-visual and creative format.
The street scene offers an important insight into what women are wearing and how these looks are being put together. In tailoring the oversized proportions are key with lots of exaggerated shapes being balanced against regular fits. Prints are introduced across a lot of denim, outerwear and the casual-sports section, where patterned mesh is an important trend. Dresses confidently occupy space with added volume, or skim the body with cutout details
The fashion-week trendPX galleries are back! This selection of images gets deep into the accessories scene and reveals the important women’s and men’s products. It gets up close to shapes, materials, colours and detailing. Styling is also key to the look: how a bag is carried, how necklaces are stacked and what socks are being worn with the latest footwear.
This streetstyle gallery offers a unique perspective on trends. Over 270 images arranged into an inspiring flow of product to get a clear understanding of the emerging accessories scene. This makes trends quick to identify and react to. Download individual images or whole categories.
An air of optimism dominates the colour scene for 2023. Intense shades, warm tones and light-infused hues, provide a wide range of colour to develop close connections or wild contrasts. Blues and purples offer an enhanced digital presence, and within the neutral realm soft greys and greens keep the palette naturally grounded. The SYMBIOTIC palette forms close organic and emotional links to nature. REFORM colours offer reassurance and stability, while the WONDER palette celebrates individuality and creativity.
The world of design is growing into a gentle, more intentional space. Creatives are navigating a world full of harmful systems to find ways to produce unique and exciting products that do the least environmental harm. As we move into 2023 designers will be measured by their ability to navigate this new era
In this FOCUS report we analyse what’s happening in the denim sector to form a new vision for denim design. We look at emerging ideas in shape, detail and finishing, while also considering ways to lower the impact of manufacturing and work resourcefully to make use of existing materials and surplus stock where possible. New designs need to be durable, long lasting and ultimately cherished by the consumer. This report provides a way forward.