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Tropical Accent -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Miami Swim Week
POP Fashion digs into the runway data of S/S 2023 Miami Swim Week - a globe-leading event that offers the latest trends of swimwear. Ripples and stripes take the place of floral elements and animal prints. The combination of sporty style and swimwear becomes a noteworthy direction.
Pattern -- The Comprehensive Runway Analysis of Womenswear(Part One)
We can see from the womenswear pattern on S/S 2022 runway that plants and flowers still occupy a large proportion. Ink-painting flower, classical flower and geometric flower have increased by over 5%, and monochrome flower, hand-painted texture and romantic dense flower are also under a rising trend. Eye-catching large flowers and small flowers have decreased a lot. The patterns of S/S 2022 runway generally present a joyous and relaxing visual effect. Digital geometric flowers have emerged, and the combination with romantic flowers is worth trying. Monochrome flowers and ink-painting flowers can bring a more quiet and elegant temperament.
Re-Created Classics -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Paraiso Miami Beach
Due to this global pandemic, we see brands hone in on wearable and classic styles, therefore they get refreshed for the new season and attract consumers in summer 2021 and beyond. Paraiso Miami Beach rose to the challenge of navigating catwalks in this post-coronavirus era. Backstage areas were constantly disinfected. Models and guests had temperature checks. Mask-wearing guests were seated apart and a few models even matched masks to swimwear on some S/S 21 catwalks at first. At the same time, the Digital Hub was launched as a complementary online space, showcasing collections through creative content and words from designers and providing insights for the prosperity of the industry.