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TREND REPORT: RESORT 2018

COMMERCIAL, OR NOT, TRENDS WILL ALWAYS BE THERE



Amidst uncertainty in the fashion calendar—some have decided to show during Couture Fashion Week, others like Jason Wu, have decided to kill pre-collections—Resort 2018 has given us a lot to think about. Whilst trends are quite detectable, and these pre-collections quite commercial, the future is unpredictable. There will always be Dior, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, and Chanel, with their off-this-world extravaganza; but for smaller brands could we expect colossal spectacles? The answer would be, no.

 

For those who did present their Resort collections, one may spot a systematic way of designing. Are we starting to question creativity? Or should we just question the status quo. Either one will result in a distressed state of mind. “Brands across the spectrum are rethinking a collection system that has sped up in response to the almost non-stop deliveries of fast fashion companies,” argues Nicole Phelps from Vogue.

 

As lookbooks keep on coming, we, mortals will continue to classify them by trends. And, what should you wear? We’ve broken down this season’s fundamental trends for you to mix and match.


Fringed Love
Missoni, Marc Jacobs, Marchesa, Moschino


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Laced Dreams
Christopher Kane, Givenchy, Louis Vuitton, Dior


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Millennial Pink
Carolina Herrera, Valentino, No. 21, Fendi


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Smart Plaid
Monse, Acne Studios, Alberta Ferretti, MSGM

 

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Cosmo-Denim
Coach 1941, Etro, Dsquared2, Oscar de la Renta

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Metallics
Prada, Vionnet, Issey Miyake, Bottega Veneta

 

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Plissé
Versace, Roksanda, Altuzarra, Zimmerman

 

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Pinstripes
Tomas Maier, Zac Posen, Narciso Rodriguez, Mugler

 

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Black on Black
Tomas Maier, Zac Posen, Narciso Rodriguez, Mugler
 

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Lustre
Sonia Rykiel, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Rag & Bone, Emilio Pucci

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Written by MARÍA JOSÉ GONZÁLVEZ
Visual Editor RENATA CRUZ-LARA


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