This retail report gives a clear overview of London’s autumn collections and offers a great insight into upcoming trends. It’s a directional edit of the current season’s trends from designer labels through to High Street brands and includes all areas of womenswear and accessories.
This Paris report absorbs the mood from previous catwalk cities and defines the key trends for S/S ’13 and beyond. Our unique edit of the shows highlights all the exciting developments and new directions. The Japanese influence featured in Japanese Dynamic is proving to be an unstoppable force, providing a minimal look with an edgy vibe. Other trends lean into masculine or feminine territory: in Masc + Femme, we look at the new ways women are embracing masculine styles, and in Neo-Feminine the femininity proves to be both sophisticated and provocative. Abstract Subtract embraces the optimism of the sixties and transports it forward with renewed excitement.
The London fashion crowd loves to flaunt their inner fashion rebel and like nothing better than to make waves with ‘out there’ accessories. We’ve zoomed in on the latest trends in bags, jewellery, hats and footwear and uncovered some exciting new street styles.
M is for Minimalism this season as Italian designers show us how to redefine the parameters and add impact to the art of reduction. There’s a Japanese edge to styles with angular silhouettes that mimic the line of martial arts costumes and kimonos; examples of exquisite cutting in Future Woman, a sixties revival full of doll-like proportions and in Ethnic Tech styles filled with contemporary pattern and texture.
An inspiring look at the streetstyle and culture surrounding the London Fashion Week catwalk shows. The report provides an essential reality check that’s crucial in today’s fashion industry.
Our edited photos highlight the exciting new trend directions including the latest mood in styling, subtle shifts in proportion and key styles.
Our razor sharp editing of the London catwalk collections cuts through the noise to bring a clear insight into the emerging trends. We outline the four main trends, introducing each theme with insightful editorial then highlighting the key styles that will impact on the spring/summer 2013 season.
This detailed analysis of the New York shows highlights the important styles and forward-moving trends emerging from the latest runways. Our four main themes reveal all the key looks that will impact on trends for seasons to come.
The teen/youth market in Holland & Belgium is a vibrant mix of urban casualwear and contemporary sportswear. Typical layers mix motocross jackets with graphic tees and utility jeans. The difference here is all in the detail, colour, finish and fabric. This in-depth report covers all areas of clothing, including accessories and reveals the latest trends in styling, proportion and detail.
The High Street and designer stores across Amsterdam and Antwerp reveal some exciting new trends for womenswear. We take a look at sleek tailored silhouettes, coats with volume, the new trends in surface pattern an texture and most importantly all the hot new styles. Each page features accessories including: bags, jewellery, footwear and belts.
This richly decorative theme explores lavish design and skilled craftsmanship. It’s a move away from fast fashion into a world of heritage and luxury, where clothing of high quality is made with care and attention to detail to be bought by knowledgeable consumers who demand long-lasting investment pieces.
Our HEROISM trend exudes confidence and fearlessness. Clothing has a masculine or boyish feel and has empathy with the punk era. This report is packed with inspiring sketches giving designers the attention to detail that is crucial in today’s market. The report is split into women & teen areas and each page features clothing with front/back views and complementary accessories including bags, footwear, jewellery, gloves & belts.
The forecast for autumn/winter 2013-14 continues with the first of our design issues. Control, which zooms in on intelligent design, functional details and high-performance materials. Styles are filled with graphically appealing linear designs. These blocks, stripes and contrast panels are inspired by the Bauhaus era and provide us with modern lines and a conceptual framework. Bags and footwear are designed in simple graphic lines and moulded shapes and materials get physical in neoprene, plastics, sporty mesh and netting. Over 100 original, highly detailed design sketches complete with back views for womenswear, teen/youth and accessory areas.
This concise issue highlights the youthful side of resort fashion in styles that are fun, edgy and full of energy.
Youth culture takes its cue from the music scene mixing up hi-low combinations and styling that has a skewed, almost ‘off’ attraction. Layering and proportion are key, cropped tops, short shorts and an easy mix of oversized pieces balance out the look. Don’t miss this music-fuelled trend report!
The resort 2013 collections are an increasingly important fixture on the fashion calendar. Designers put the focus on real clothes and offer a wide range of options from cold-weather apparel to vacation-ready high summer styles. This season there’s a strong pull towards urban and sporty styles, which are city-ready-smart but retain a relaxed attitude. We’ve scanned the shows and edited everything into clear, directional trends, grouping styles or details together to give a strong visual impact.
Swimwear, cover-ups and beach accessory trends from St. Tropez, Nice and Cannes. New styles with great details to inspire your swimwear collections for 2013. Check out the latest bikinis, monokinis, tankinis and one-piece suits with new 3-D decoration and the latest cutout shapes.
Retail research from Nice, Cannes and St Tropez has uncovered some new trends for the accessory markets. Stores are attracting customers with optimistic colour and quirky styles, which inject humour and clever design details. Styles to watch include hi-top wedge trainers, Hermés-print shoppers and ‘jelly’ baskets, which are part of the trend for synthetic-look materials.
A comprehensive look at Riviera retail trends with research from Nice, Cannes and St. Tropez. This bumper edition is packed with inspiring new styles to whet your appetite. Sumptuous colour, skilful construction and beautiful decorative details; take your pick from our top trends which cover all angles of womenswear from casual through to pure fantasy.
Riviera street offers up some inspiring trends! A confident approach to colour reveals how French women work the latest lightened brights, neons and high-density colours to add sophistication in our Viral Colour trend. For more on this and our other key trends don’t miss this inspiring issue which includes all the latest accessories and details.
We’re pleased to announce an exciting new format for our TRENDZOOM forecast report. This season we’ve introduced dedicated pages for accessories and fabric/surface pattern, to add to our regular coverage for womenswear and teen areas. This extended issue begins with a full colour palette and a new chart mapping out the direction for colour for A/W 2013-14. This is followed by the three key trends for the season, which are subdivided into categories, each with a dedicated moodboard and colour selection.