Compare with styles in London, concepts in Milan and arts in Paris, trends in New York and its fashion week are where ordinary people could learn and gain. In the 2015 New York Fashion Week, there are five noticeable trends in the coming spring and summer. Take a look at them and suit yourself from the latest design and style.
Due to the rise of Alexander Wang in fashion industries, dramatic changes of sporty chic have taken place in recent years. During this year’s fashion week, not only the 10th anniversary of Alexander Wang brought the sports chic, but also in Anna Sui and Tommy Hilfiger’s show, sportswear is also moving under the spotlight. Along with the growth of sports style and fitness itself, the sporty chic series will become more popular in the coming six months.
Cropped Wide-leg Pants
The popularity of cropped wide-leg pants has just begun in this winter, but from New York fashion week, it is obviously that cropped wide-leg pants will be more popular next year. From Alexander Wang to Victoria Beckham, from Marc Jacobs to Ralph Lauren, lots of fashion stores would like to design their unique wide-leg pants.
The tropical wind is another trend on the fashion week which is led by Anna Sui. This year Anna Sui’s show is occupied by tropical-dressed models who show enthusiasm and gorgeous. This exotic design is a sort of novel in the fashion week and there is no double that this trend will be spread out through the festival.
If the design of streamlined dress magnifies a woman’s most elegance, then the asymmetric clipping shows a distinct gorgeous of female. In the New York fashion week, fashion giants like Hugo Boss, Lim Phillip and DKNY all have asymmetric cut style products. Designers could be exhausted of the symmetrical perfect and want to seek inspiration from these imperfections.
Tassel fringe is classic but could be outdated easily. And now it is back. It can be found in lots of catwalk shows from Givenchy, Alexander Wang and Hugo Boss. Maybe you still have a one-time-popular tassel fringe product at the bottom of the closet that you bought a few years ago. Check it up and get ready for the coming spring and summer.