As we are starting with the summer and enjoying the good weather, fashion is already offering us new trends for the upcoming fall. No rush, we still have plenty of time to enjoy the summer trends and enjoy the good weather, but just so you can get a quick hint about what are we going to be wearing this fall, here you go.. A selection of the 6 biggest trends for the upcoming fall. I already found my favorite 🙂
The Bedford Avenue Granny
For Fall, more is more—but it isn’t all glitz to the hilt. More compelling is the season’s magpie, a woman of the stripe proposed by Alessandro Michele at Gucci and John Galliano at Maison Margiela. Old maxims about clashing colors and prints, be damned! These eclectic looks are proof that a little of this and a little of that can add up to a whole lot of punch.
The Goth Girl
Alexander Wang’s gothy offering in the early days of New York fashion week soon proved prophetic, as designers in London, Milan, and Paris turned out looks in head-to-toe black. From Thom Browne’s funereal finery to Sarah Burton’s brand of Victoriana at Alexander McQueen, Fall is brimming over with reasons to head over to the dark side.
The Forever Boho
The ’70s and all things bohemian emerged as Spring’s defining aesthetic—and this season, it’s back in a big way. With gauzy gowns, flares, and a spirit of globe-trotting eclecticism on catwalks from Burberry Prorsum to Lanvin, there’s no shortage of proof that peace and love are still in.
The 21st-Century Mod
Get ready to show some leg. A thigh-skimming A-line is the shape of the season, and designers are imagining it for the 21st century with a decidedly modern ease. Think: with layered turtlenecks and sweet dolly bird blouses, like those at Carven, or with a boxy topper à la Vuitton from Nicolas Ghesquière—one of the shape’s early champions.
The Fashion Nun
Minimalism may be on the wane, but there will always be a customer who prefers cool, covered-up understatement to the excesses of print, color, and embellishment. Designers like Christophe Lemaire and Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen know a thing or two about deploying restrained pieces to bold effect.