TREND REPORT: FALL 17/18

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Comfortable dressing was a huge influence for designers this season . Oversized and cosy - Padded jackets are the best thing to invest to keep you warm but look uber cool the same time.

 

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As seen in Moncler Gamme Bleu, Lanvin, Balenciaga, Facetasm and Cottweiler, mountain dressing is big in FW17-18. Designers presented technical wardrobes of snow-ready style, trying to convince us that ain’t no mountain high enough.

 

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Business dress is back, with a slightly sinister edge. Think Wall Street circa 1985 and  all the early 90s tv shows but add extra-large shirts and patterned satin neckties, worn a little long, seen here in red. Workwear maybe, but for 2017 it’s normcore, anti-skinny pants version of business dress.

 

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It’s never been as present on the runway, this season feel free to be festive like its Christmas every day. Head-to-toe at Dior, on knitwear at Dries van Noten and normcore at Balenciaga, it provided a burst of colour that electrified the menswear wardrobe this season.

 

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When the news broke that the skate label founded in 1994 in New York with a cult following who queue for hours for each new collection will collaborate with the most iconic French house everyone was super excited to see the result.Two different words mixing with each other After a. From the collaboration came a series of red accessories stamped with the Supreme x Louis Vuitton logo, sending this bag to the top of collectors' wishlists for the next ten years.