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Elegant Commute -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of 3.1 Phillip Lim
This report provides a detailed analysis of the 3.1 Phillip Lim Spring/Summer 2024 fashion show, inspired by the brand's evolving New York story and incorporating themes of urbanity and nature. This season's collection introduces elements of loungewear and activewear, while dresses, jackets, and skirts take center stage. The following analysis will delve into the show based on four dimensions: key colors, key styles, key pieces, and key details.
Elegant and Romantic -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Altuzarra
Altuzarra's 2024 Spring/Summer collection sees designer Joseph returning to an exploration of vulnerability and authenticity. Drawing inspiration from "Rosemary's Baby," with Miuccia Prada leading the entire process, the aesthetic of the 1960s and 70s from the film is reintroduced to the runway. In an effort to attract women, Altuzarra presents satin coats in shades of red, butter yellow, and ivory. These coats are A-line and slightly oversized, resembling enlarged versions of doll coats from the 60s. They manage to be neither distorted nor conservative, but simply stunning. The collection aims to persuade women to move away from outdated notions of avant-garde and provocative sexiness.
The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Proenza Schouler
Proenza Schouler's Spring/Summer 2024 collection has chosen to debut at Phillips Auction House. Here, Proenza Schouler explores the distinction between art and commerce, while continuing to showcase the image of the modern woman in their previous season's reinterpretation of the brand's archives, creating functional and wearable garments. This season, they have utilized different materials such as sheer fabrics and grid-like ribbons to cleverly construct delicate and ethereal layers. With the reimagined PS logo, they embark on forging a new classic for the brand, further showcasing their position as leaders in New York's sophisticated and fashionable style.
Craft & Detail -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Resort 2024 Women's Ready-to-Wear Runway
Resort 2024 women's ready-to-wear runway showcased a high-frequency use of various techniques, including hollow embroidery, three-dimensional flowers, shirring, and lace panel. This season, hollow embroideries were widely used in dresses, creating a vacation style; three-dimensional flowers were applied to shirt collars, adding a sense of dimension; shirring techniques were used on skirts to create a wavy wrinkled effect; and lace panel made the decorative edges fuller and more three-dimensional. These popular techniques bring novelty, creativity, and a fashionable charm to this season's women's wear.
Resort 2024 Comprehensive Color Analysis of Women's Runway Show
According to the analysis of color trends in Resort 2023 and Resort 2024, it can be observed that the green, blue, pink, red, yellow, and colorless color schemes all show a significant increase, while the purple color scheme has noticeably decreased. This article will focus on the comprehensive analysis of the runway colors, including the green, blue, pink, red, yellow, and colorless color schemes.
Find Holiday -- The Comprehensive Runway Analysis of Womenswear
The main focus of this report is to analyze the patterns presented in the 2024 early spring women's fashion show. Overall, there is an upward trend in botanical floral, resort-style, and realistic animal patterns. Among them, the upward trend in botanical floral and resort-style patterns is particularly significant. This indicates that these themes have a larger proportion in the 2024 early spring women's fashion show, with an emphasis on the use of resort elements. Traditional patterns, on the other hand, show a slight decrease and are mostly represented in the form of classic folk motifs. In general, resort folk and artistic floral elements are popular in this style.
Spring 2024 Womenswear Runway: Recommended Brands (Part Two)
This report is the second part of the brand recommendations for the 2024 early spring fashion show, focusing on a brief overview of the luxury and designer brand shows for the early spring of '24 and highlighting the key points. The recommended brands in this part have various styles, such as the minimalist style of The Row and Proenza Schouler, as well as the vacation-style of MSGM and Etro. Each brand showcases the charm of fashion items in different styles with their unique concepts and perspectives. The following content will provide a detailed description.
Spring 2024 Womenswear Runway: Recommended Brands (Part One)
This report is the first part of the 2024 early spring fashion show/brand recommendation, focusing on a brief overview and summary of the luxury brands for the early spring of 2024. The early spring of 2024 still maintains a vacation style, with various poses and floral patterns. Plant patterns are emphasized, and top brands such as Louis Vuitton, Dior, Max Mara, etc., have chosen floral patterns from certain folk or cultural backgrounds as key designs for this season. The following content will provide detailed descriptions.
Sports & Baroque -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Louis Vuitton
On May 24th, Louis Vuitton's Resort 2024 women's wear show took place on the Isola Bella, Italy. Prior to the show, it rained on the island and due to the downpour, guests were moved indoors, resulting in the show starting 15 minutes earlier than originally scheduled. The Louis Vuitton resort 2024 collection draws inspiration from marine life, with fish scale-like decorations on the skirts and shell elements on the headwear. The finale pieces were inspired by the concept of mermaids, with a variety of three-dimensional shapes and colors. The Baroque-style headpieces were custom-made by a studio in Rome that works with operas and films. "In the end, the mermaid became a flower, but perhaps not a real one," said Ghesquière, the designer. This idea inspired a series of long dresses in soft hues.
Relaxed Minimalism -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of The Row
The Row's early spring 2024 collection is, as always, comfortable and refreshing. Models with simple and elegant makeup stroll around the room in stylish and well-tailored outfits, with the sun-drenched room providing the perfect background. This season still employs traditional fabrics and vertical cutting, while innovating in garment contours with minimalist style and exaggerated proportions, exuding a casual elegance and light-hearted powerful aura that is both comfortable and visually appealing. The main color palette sticks to black, white, off-white, and gray, occasionally adding bright hues as accents. The Row's interpretation of luxury is never loud or flashy, with clean and neat silhouettes and well-placed cuts at the waistline, it's more like a secret whispered in a small circle - understated in appearance, yet luxurious in texture.
The Analysis of Gucci's Ready-to-wear Runway Show
As technology moves the world ever closer and the lines begin to blur, hybridisation shone through as the overarching theme of the recently unveiled Gucci Cruise 2024 collection in South Korea. To emphasise this theme of blending cultures and genres, the iconic House set its show against the illuminated 14th century backdrop of Seoul’s Gyeongbokgung Palace to deepen the ties it has had with the city since 1998.The collaboration with Korean artist RamHan, who introduced surreal patterns, is a highlight of this season. The collection combines the urbanistic style of the 90s with the current trends, creating a fresh and exciting new spark.
Detail & Craft -- A/W 23/24 Womenswear Ruway Comprehensive Analysis
This report analyzes the detailed craftsmanship of women's ready-to-wear garments in the 23/24 Fall/Winter fashion shows. In this season, sequins, beads, and three-dimensional flowers are widely used, presenting diverse forms. Embroidery techniques and appliqué patterns show a clear upward trend. Design methods such as textured fabrics and distressed edges add creativity and design elements. Overall, the detailed craftsmanship of women's ready-to-wear garments in this season is full of creativity, bringing innovative visual effects to the fashion industry.
The Womenswear Analysis of Christian Dior
The inspirational city of Mexico, birthplace of one of the greatest women in modern art history, Frida Kahlo, who boldly broke free from traditional female images and proclaimed an independent spirit beyond conventional understanding, serves as the inspiration for DIOR's 2024 early spring ready-to-wear collection. The San Ildefonso College Museum in Mexico, where this remarkable Mexican painter once studied, is a source of inspiration. The designer drew inspiration from photographs of the artist breaking gender boundaries, and the suits are intended to celebrate Frida's style.
A/W 23/24 Comprehensive Womenswear Analysis of AI Fashion Week
AI technology has entered our lives and work at an astonishing speed, and has even redefined our way of working. AI has become an unstoppable trend by providing more efficient, accurate, and professional services to improve work efficiency. This report aims to analyze the visual effects of women's fashion items presented in AI technology during the 23/24 Fall/Winter AI Fashion Week, and provide creative inspiration for designers and brands.
Gorgeous Holiday -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Chanel
The French luxury brand staged its 2024 resort show at the historic studio where members of the Writers Guild had been striking earlier in the day. Hollywood is in its second week of the action, which has brought nearly all production to a standstill. But Chanel made it clear it has no part in the dispute. The runway set was dominated by an enormous movie screen on the side of a building near the iconic Paramount water tower, with a painted wood floor that turned into a roller rink for the after party.
Tokyo Fashion Week: Recommended Brands
The Tokyo Fashion Week 23/24 Autumn/Winter women's collection was held from March 13th to March 18th in 2023. A total of 49 brands released their new collections online and offline. Among them, 20 brands held offline fashion shows, but some of them were private events. The fashion week was held at two locations: Shibuya Hikarie and Omotesando Hills, showcasing fashion shows and artistic events from more than 40 fashion brands and demonstrating the unique charm and creative potential of Japan's fashion industry.
Unstoppable Tide -- The Comprehensive Analysis of A/W 23/24 AI Fashion Week
AI technology has thundered into our lives and work this year, even changing the way we work. The development of AI is unstoppable and it enhances our work efficiency with greater precision and professionalism. This report analyzes the visual effects of knitwear presented in A/W 23/24 AI Fashion Week, providing inspiration for designers and brands.
A/W 23/24 Runway Analysis of Dress
For 23/24 AW women’s fashion trends, 68.93% of the colors used in the collections are non-colors, emphasizing genderless andhigh-end warm winter colors as the focus of this season’s color palette. Black is the most dominant color, allowing working women to mix and match different styles for an all-around professional look. Another highlight is the use of deep indigo blue, which is versatile and practical, adding a sophisticated twist to current designs inspired by the more subdued environment.
Valkyrie Miss Dior -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Christian Dior
Dior kicked off Paris Fashion Week with its autumn/winter 2023 show, and while guests may have come for the clothes, they left mesmerised by a twinkling, floating, floral installation that filled the inside of the show venue. Created by the Portuguese artist Joana Vasconcelos, the dreamlike work – titled Valkyrie Miss Dior – took six months to design and build.
Explore Culture -- The Comprehensive Pattern Analysis of Women's Runway(Part Three)
This report mainly analyzes the holiday and folk-style patterns on A/W 23/24 women's runway shows. The overall trend shows an increase in florals and motifs, with a significant increase in patterns featuring flower seas and ethnic symbols. Traditional motifs show a small downward trend, and their performance is mostly in the form of classic folk patterns. Overall, vacay florals and abstract folk motifs are popular elements in this style.
A/W 23/24 Key Colors -- The Comprehensive Runway Analysis of Womenswear(Part One)
According to the comparison table of the proportion of the color systems in 2022 SS and the 2023 SS, it can be seen that black, khaki, yellow-green, blue-green, orange-red, red, purple-red, blue The proportion of white and gray series has increased significantly, and the proportion of white series and gray series has decreased significantly. At the same time, through the research of color system tracking data in the past three years, the growth of the classic dark gray color and dynamic color system is more obvious. The color synthesis of this article focuses on the analysis of red, purple, blue, and yellow-green colors.
A/W 23/24 Comprehensive Runway Analysis of Women's Knitwear
The knitwear pieces showcased in the 2024 autumn/winter women's collection emphasize simplicity and refinement with a minimalist design approach. The collection includes several categories: sweaters, suits, and dresses. The casual polo shirts prioritize craftsmanship and combine a relaxed feel with a touch of sophistication. The layering styling of ethnic-inspired designs creates a fresh sensation, while the design of individual pieces pays attention to using yarn and small design details.
Paris Women's Fashion Week -- Recommended Brands
The Women's Paris Fashion Week A/W 23/24 was held from February 27 to March 7, 2023. A total of 107 brands participated in this season, including 69 physical fashion shows, 40 presentations, and 34 live broadcasts. The participating brands included many luxury brands and some emerging forces, such as Christian Dior, Chloé, Balmain, Saint Laurent, Alexander McQueen, and other well-known brands.
Dimensional Vision -- The Comprehensive Pattern Analysis of Women's Runway(Part One)
This report focuses on the application of patterns in women’s fashion show. According to the year-on-year comparison, plant & flower and check & stripe are trending upward in A/W 23/24.