Inscrit le: 30 Juin 2018
|Posté le: Jeu 30 Aoû - 17:19 (2018) Sujet du message: New York Fashion Week
|"If there is something as key to always staying in fashion it is realizing the importance of fashion classics. Could it be because of the sheer elegance of the fashionable clothes of that era, or the graceful fluidity of a woman's carriage when all dressed up walking down the street? Every generation has introduced or been victim of some ridiculous styles of clothing, garments that people love to hate."
"Have a look at what fashion designers have come up with for the winter season of 2. Commercial chewing gum, an American invention, was so popular among the young people in the early 20th century that a new fashion fad hit the scenes. Some of the most admired new trends for women in the 1950's included button-up sweaters with simple necklines, fitted blouses, and full knee-length skirts."
"Vintage hues and jewel tones also play an important role across global trend forecasts with colors like Forest, Navy, Plum, Crimson, Scarlet Fever (a bright, orange-based red) and Roast (a chocolatey espresso brown) laying a foundation of deep undertones."
"Ashley Weston, an independent celebrity menswear stylist who has styled Harrison Ford, Jon Hamm and Rob Lowe (and has no connection to Men's Style Lab)?told HuffPost that trends in menswear are more static than women's trends. Sometimes technology needs assistance to gain popularity from fashion."
"Bondage type cheap red bottoms shocked society and punks took great time in resourcefully adding dog chains to their clothes or around their necks and wrists. Because we're always looking to stay on top of the newest, coolest, weirdest and most interesting trends, we've already got our eyes on the style trends that'll dominate fashion headlines in 2."
"New York Fashion Week wrapped Wednesday in an explosion of glowing colors, greater in-roads into diversity, designers still pondering the point of the runway and younger talent given a chance to shine. To get this appearance, women would wear shirts or dresses that had shoulder pads."