On the run up to our S/S 2017 Consumer Insights and Directional Forecasts presentation at Premiere Vision New York, we present two directional themes which showcase a taster of our in-depth trend forecasts.
Comfort evolves with a new sense of power, as a formal edge is introduced to winter warmer fashion. Cosy soft woollens and knits meet clean and confident cuts to add a whole new dimension to loungewear for womenswear. This casual material with minimal fuss enables cosy cocooning and maximum movement for assured relaxation.
Images left to right: Celine, Sofia Sanchez and Mauro Mongiello, Hermes.
The contrasting formal twist to this sophisticated fabric allows textured tailoring without the unwanted excess layers. Flowing lines meet oversized slouchy silhouettes with soft neutral tones providing further tranquillity.
Dressed for Bed
A feel of comfort and ease comes through in Fall/Winter collections, as relaxed styles borrow inspiration from sleepwear and loungewear. Pyjama-inspired dressing provides maximum comfort and style with fluid silk and satin materials at the forefront. The injection of clean cut lines and silhouettes ensure that pyjamas aren’t just for indoors.
Classic menswear tones continue throughout with a splash of two-tones and jewelled dark colour ways. Ribbed knits and luxe sheen surfaces emphasise the contemporary formal twist on loungewear.
Trendstop will be at Premiere Vision New York this January to present our extensive S/S 2017 Consumer Insights and Directional Forecasts. The presentation will identify key consumer trends, themes, color, print, material and silhouette directions influential for womenswear, menswear, youth and kidswear markets.