The colour forecast unveils the full range of colours for S/S 2019, complete with a range of core tones and key fashion shades. The report introduces three trends: MINDmatters – opening a creative dialogue, OK PLAY – time for fun and CONNECT 2 which strengthens ties to the earth.
The new trendPX gallery provides complete STREET coverage for spring/summer 2018. Over 1000 apparel images in key product areas, covering both women’s and men’s sectors. Each collection delivers a clear flow of actionable trend information.
TRENDZINE launches trendPX, a new way to access our trend information! This flow of images is expertly curated and targets early adopters and influencers. We kickstart our first edition with an amazing 1223 filtered images.
Authenticity is at the core of BAG design, superfluous details are stripped back to reveal solid, enduring looks. BELTS take an alternative route with maximalist influences and statement graphics. In FOOTWEAR the focus is on contemporary and futurist looks with a clean and minimal finish. Discover the new shapes, clever styling and decorative effects taking fashion forward into A/W 2018/19.
Familiar utility and hardware components inspire an adaptable approach to JEWELLERY design. In EYEWEAR, directional looks combine old and new aesthetics adding a familiar undertone to contemporary styles. HATS are in retro mood, here the look dips into black music culture, revisiting defining styles from the ‘80s urban scene.
This exciting introduction to the new season provides a solid analysis of three core themes: RESPECTus, MICROmanAGE and ACCIDENTISM. The forecast report defines these key trends by bringing together multidisciplinary research and detailed fashion analysis. We explore what’s happening culturally in music, books, photography, architecture, interior design, art, films and video, and translate the influence of science, technology and food. This wide-ranging research is then channeled into the main themes, which expand into clear, actionable trend information for Women, Men and Youth categories.
The forecast provides complete colour direction for A/W 2018-19 and introduces the leading trend themes for the season. This season the colours offer an effective balance of practical and familiar shades, which adapt to the current need for stability and reflection. The report outlines core colours, essential highlights and creative combinations for each trend.
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.
Precision cut, polished and crafted. This new crop of jewellery looks ahead with cool confidence. For women’s earrings the mood swings between balance and imbalance. Precision is countered with asymmetry and irregularity, creating an engaging off-kilter look. Solo earrings or mismatched pairings add to the sense of disruption and subtle irregularities evoke a hand-touched appeal. Bold design dominates the eyewear sector, with a wave of transparent, angular, geometric and patterned frames. Wiry metal structures square up into retro influenced styles, and action-ready sporty wraps add delicious curves.
Angular lines introduce a sharp geometric look to women’s footwear styles and technology plays a leading role for the men’s market. In the youth sector there’s a softening effect in styles which incorporate stretch woven/knit fabrics or malleable materials. Women’s hats look to the past for inspiration and masculine styles take a casual route.
Original Bag & Belt designs are shaped by the movement of trends and highlight the key pieces to impact fashion in SS18. It’s an era of extreme proportions with both mega and mini size bags dominating the scene. Belts are also feeling the supersizing effect in extended lengths for men and women. Add-on details are key, sometimes purely for effect, but more often for functional adjustments. Lifestyle additions are key, with straps for yoga mats and links for clip-on purses and wallets.
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.
Take a fresh new look at women’s swimwear with our latest report, which outlines the forward moving trends for spring/summer 2018. Detailed design flats reveal the new direction for bikinis and swimsuits, and accurate trend analysis provides the reasoning behind these design decisions. Styles push forward in a contemporary mood and also look back with retro influenced details. Designs include sculptured shapes and unstructured styles, fabric and pattern direction and a special focus on finishing details and trims.
The latest design report reveals the new shapes for women’s jackets and coats, from casual street-styled pieces to upmarket luxury items. A new approach to outerwear breaks down traditional concepts in favour of deconstructed styles, which re-examine what we expect from this sector of the market. This new wave of jackets and coats reshapes the future with styles that break away from the norm. Familiar styles are recut or skewed and bold design details shift the focus.
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.
The latest design package for S/S18 spotlights women’s jersey and knitwear areas, covering tops, sweaters, dresses, skirts and trousers from casual street-styled pieces to upmarket luxury items. The middle ground falls away, leaving behind styles, which either connect to the street or push into the luxury sector. At the sophisticated end are jersey tops with chiffon sleeves or decorative crop tops with lingerie details, while youth-centric looks revolve around distorted classic sportswear incorporating unconventional design ideas.
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.
Skirts incorporate movement in styles with a gentle flare or through the addition of splits, gathers and frills. Hybrid skirt styles combine the structure of tailoring with soft frills or gathers. Tailored trouser silhouettes are nostalgic with high waistlines and neatly cropped lengths. Sports-inspired pants feature gathers and drawstrings and shorts have a lingerie look with delicate details.
Structure eases off in generously proportioned styles and soft, easy shapes. Where there is structure, it’s softened with deep splits at the hemline, or wide cuts at the neckline. This free-spirited look opens the way for lighter, softer, more open fabrics in sheer lace; qualities with a fluid handle and fine cottons with added stretch.
In this season of contrasts, menswear silhouettes are divided and pull in two opposing directions. Slimline styles skim the body and contrast with wider and longer silhouettes, which are generously proportioned. Tailored jersey adds a casual note to structured styles, and construction itself is in the spotlight with contrast stitching and visible linings.