2014’s Biggest Fashion Trends and What to Expect in 2015

December 20, 2014 - fall Denim

The universe of conform is passing and ever-changing. With any season, trends are introduced, reconstructed, and shortly disposed.

This past year, we saw a contrariety between a impossibly shrill to a impeccably subtle. Within 4 brief seasons we visited a ’50s, ’60s, ’70s, ’80s and ’90s.


(L-R) Valentino F/W 2014, Tory Burch S/S 2014, Gucci F/W 2014, Balmain F/W 2014
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As we changed by 2014, we tapped into a middle flower-child, borrowed from a boys, went furious for animal prints, visited a heartland, schooled new ways to exhibit skin, nonetheless also confident anniversary classics like pastels for open and furs for winter.

Let’s demeanour behind during some of a favorite runway looks and trends:




2014 Fashion Trends

2014 Fashion Trends

As many as we are enjoying a retrospectives, conform is really many about a destiny and 2015 is already moulding adult to demeanour like another sparkling year for ready-to-wear.

During a new monthlong march of shows in New York, Milan, Paris and London, general designers seem to determine on what feels like a decisive summary for a Spring Summer 2015 season: 70s chic.

“It was conspicuous how many oneness there was among designers in pulling brazen a new look, despite one that was mostly secure in an cultured that was desirous by a easy conform of a 1960s and a rather hippie vibe of a 1970s,” pronounced Eric Wilson, conform news executive during InStyle magazine.


(L-R) Proenza Schouler S/S 2015, Derek Lam S/S 2015, Valentino S/S 2015
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Its change was overarching, clear in a fringes during Proenza Schouler and Alberta Ferretti, flared pants during Derek Lam and Celine, independent flowy dresses during Pucci and Etro, fur vests during Tommy Hilfiger and Gucci, and patchwork during Yves Saint Laurent and Valentino.

But, it wasn’t all assent and adore on a runways. Ralph Lauren and Marc Jacobs, among others, went for a some-more practical demeanour with low load pockets, tailored silhouettes, khakis and olive drab — consider somewhere between military-chic and safari luxe.

There were also Japanese inspirations, asymmetrical hems, androgynous tailored suits, and denim galore.


(L-R) Alexander McQueen S/S 2015, Alexis Mabille S/S 2015, Chloe S/S 2015
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Perhaps a many startling trend to come subsequent open and summer is a tumble staple, leather.

“Certainly ‘summer leather’ is a new difficulty that looks promising, partly a outcome of technical advancements that have resulted in lighter weight materials, even seperated leather that feels cooler in warmer months, and partly a outcome of a fact that open garments now go into stores so early that they need to residence mixed seasons’ weather,” says Wilson.

As we prop a stream arctic blasts swathed in friendly sweaters and coats, check out a gallery during a tip of a story for a look during a open 2015 looks shortly to be nearing in stores.

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