3 Streetwear Fashion Trends for Fall, Fresh From Paris
February 2, 2016 - fall Denim
One of a biggest shows during Paris Market Week, Who’s Next, that ran Jan. 22–26 during a city’s Porte de Versailles muster center, prides itself on a extensive preference of French and general ready-to-wear collections. It’s a large show—nearly 800 exhibitors—with an equally grand aesthetic. (For instance, a conform show, striking here, isn’t a elementary model-on-catwalk affair. It’s a pull-out-the-stops production—part Julie Taymor, partial Bill T. Jones, all set to a tranquil David Bowie beat.)
Who’s Next also prides itself on a ahead-of-the-curve conform forecasting—right now it’s looking to fall-winter 2016–2017—which culminates in a rarely curated, roughly museum-like Trends Forum. Below, a 3 trends pinpointed by character prognosticators Martine Leherpeur Conseil—aka what’s next, according to Who’s Next.
Pop Gamers (Ave Pacman)
How a uncover describes it: “Children of a pixel reinvent style digitally.”
In other words: striking tees, cocktail art–inspired prints, cartoons, and majorly saturated colors.
Western Bikers (Mars Ex Machina)
“New-generation bikers and riders revisit the codes.”
Think moto jackets, fringe, and denim, denim, and some-more denim (extra points if it’s sun-bleached).
No Go Zoners (Deus Dyonisos)
“New mutants pull a together between life and rave.”
Athleisure plays a large partial here—the baggier and grungier, a better. And cold kicks are a must.
If you’re looking for some valuables impulse to compare these trends, check out a Korean code Playnomore, that is flattering most a essence of Pop Gamers style. The emoji-inspired, cartoonish accessories line—think Hello Kitty meets Powerpuff Girls—drew large crowds to a colorful arrangement during Who’s Next. The brand’s handbags were a speak of Seoul Fashion Week a few months ago.
So what do we consider of a French conform forecast? On point? Off base?