Fall and Winter 2014 trends
Like almost any season, this fall too safari and military touches hold a firm position. The main style eduction is silhouette embracing sleek proportions that underline a woman’s slimness.
Various shades of blue, especially dark aquamarine, navy blue and cobalt blue, as well as red, purple, emerald green, mustard and pastel colors are big fall/ winter 2013-2014 fashion trends. Check out the fall 2013 collections of Alberta Ferretti, Marc Jacobs, Nina Ricci, Calvin Klein and others for inspiration!
Fur is a must-have in every fashioniser’s wardrobe this season. The fur trend is interpreted in a myriad of ways this year, from graphically combined monochrome black and white fur as seen at Michael Kors, Altuzarra and Valentino to the exotic furs in fluorescent colors with grunge and disco vibes, as shown in the collections of Fendi, Roberto Cavalli, Versace, Kenzo, Gucci and others.
Mixing punk, rock and heavy metal touches, designers got the non-conformist style of the ‘80s grunge fashion trend for the new fall season, which stands out with lots of black and dark colors, studded leather, latex, mesh stockings and plaid shirts. Emilio Pucci, Rodarte, Vivienne Westwood and Saint Laurent are some of the designers, who used this rebellious style in their collections.
Borrowing from boys is always actual in fashion, especially when you manage to combine it with feminine pieces for a maximum impact. The feminine-masculine style is a big hit this fall too, bringing sleeveless blazers, oversized blouses, high-waisted pants tucked into the boots and black caps.
If any part of the body comes in exaggerated dimensions this fall, it’s definitely shoulders. Almost half of the jackets and coats demonstrated during the Fashion Week come with oversized, bulky shoulders. This trick skillfully softens winter silhouettes. For inspiration, check out the fall collections of Balenciaga, Gucci, Kenzo, Proenza Schouler, Lacoste and others.