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Instinctive Romance -- The Women's Runway Analysis of PRADA
Instinctive attraction to history. The Prada 2024 autumn/winter collection was designed in collaboration with Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons, blending fashion with historical fragments, exploring the concept of beauty, and exploring the contemporary world composed of memory. It contains a romantic sentiment towards the past.This season incorporates some historical design elements, such as 1960s style dresses adorned with bows and synthetic fur, as well as jackets printed with the letters P and number 13, paying tribute to Prada's founding in 1913. These designs not only showcase a romantic nostalgia for the past, but also demonstrate the brand's historical heritage.
Unclean Bookworm - The Women's Runway Analysis of Miu Miu
The Miu Miu 2024 Spring/Summer collection was slowly staged on the last day of Paris Fashion Week at the Palais d'Iena in Paris. This season, Miuccia Prada teamed up with artist Sophia Al Maria to reflect on existing definitions and respond to modern aesthetics with the theme of "The Law of Beauty". Nowadays, Miu Miu girls are no longer a projection of certain fantasies. By mixing and matching atypical fashion styles, they break away from the fantasies of the elite class and become more concrete.
The Comprehensive Analysis of S/S 2024 Shanghai Women's Fashion Week
This season's fashion revolves around the theme concept of "vitality and interconnectedness", providing new artistic inspiration for the interconnected world of all things. Brands represented by ICICLE, SHUSHU/TONG, and Mark Gong are awakening their perception of themselves and the world, using natural draped textures, lightweight and transparent materials, or avant-garde and modern silhouette cutting to explore the true self and the connection between perception and the world.
Quiet Luxury Wilderness -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of HERMES
On September 30th Beijing time, Herm è s held the 2024 Spring/Summer fashion show in Paris. In a rustic runway, creative director Nad è ge Vanhee Cybulski showcased her vision for the next season's "emotional, modern silhouette". Women's personal expression of themselves runs through the entire series. The long suit jacket, elephant gray trench coat, striped knit bra, and hollowed out dress all reflect Herm è s unique dress code and visual aesthetics, composing Herm è s unique texture, freedom, and refinement. In addition to the classic silhouette, the suit vest in this series is also designed with a half sleeve style, tracing the shoulder contour and outlining the graceful waistline. The soft armor like a knight highlights and emphasizes the era's strength of women's combination of hardness and softness.
Southern French Modernism -- The Women's Runway Analysis of Chanel
The CHANEL 2024 Spring/Summer series draws inspiration from the art of the Noah é villa in southern France, showcasing bright sunshine, youthful vitality, and romantic style. With freedom and creativity as the core themes, this series conveys the brand's vision for the ideal world. Twill soft fabric, bright colors, checkered stripe prints, and the architectural elements of Noah Villa are widely used in the series, cleverly blending to give the entire series a unique fashion atmosphere, while emphasizing the brand's emphasis on women's power and free expression.
Fashion and Feminism -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Christian Dior
Christian Dior's Spring/Summer 2024 collection continues the brand's traditional style, conveying their vision of an ideal world with a foundation in feminism. The collection features numerous pleated skirts, divination elements, prints of the Eiffel Tower and maps, ombré effects, as well as distressed lace. These design elements come together to inject a unique sense of fashion into the collection and reflect the brand's emphasis on female power and self-expression.
Unrestrained Elegance -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Prada
PRADA 2024 Spring/Summer Collection, presented by the creative duo of designers Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons, breaks away from conventional fashion, seamlessly integrating architectural elements and fluid visual aesthetics. This season's fashion show pays tribute to Prada's core values of craftsmanship, highlighting unique tailoring silhouettes, such as oversized shoulder suits paired with high-waisted shorts or trousers, elegantly extending to the ankles. Among these well-cut garments, delicate chiffon printed scarves and graceful organza sleeveless dresses flow throughout the entire show. Therefore, delving into this collection reveals an exploration of Prada's historical roots, paying homage to the refined skills honed over the years and the relentless pursuit of innovation.
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 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.
Silhouette & Item -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Womenswear Runways
This report mainly refines the core silhouettes and items of womenswear to provide designers with intuitive references and trend guidance. According to the database of POP Fashion, dress still occupies the most proportion in S/S 2022 with a little drop. Influenced by the 60s-90s retro fashion and the sexy trend, miniskirt and minidress has returned. Outerwear is the second most category, and colored suit and oversized suit have been the key items; trench coat focuses on the oversized shape as well, which shows superlong tailoring. Tops take 23% of all the categories: cropped tight-fit T-shirt, oversized minimalist shirt, and slim cardigan interpret the new fashion trend of being sexy and simple. Among pants, high-waist loose trousers keep the momentum, while hot low-waist pants and cargo pants create unrestrained and casual looks through their loose, straight shapes.
New Romantic Art of Scandi Spirit -- The Womenswear Catwalk Analysis of Cecilie Bahnsen
Unique fabrics are hand-designed each season by founder and LVMH Prize finalist Cecilie Bahnsen, a Copenhagen native who returned to her home town to found her eponymous label in 2015 after studying at the Royal College of Art in London and working with Christian Dior, Erdem and John Galliano in Paris. Romantic and multidimensional tailoring is the brand feature. Babydoll dress and puff sleeve are the must-have elements in every season. Their extravagant puffy cuff and dress hem are fantastic and romantic. The A/W 21/22 collection The City is inspired by the open lockdown city of Denmark, combining romanticism, femininity and typical Scandi style. Handmade fabric, puff sleeve, quilting, ruffle and back ribbon are the spirit elements. Bahnsen likes to apply black and white as main tone with fairy lemon yellow, injecting eye-catching highlights into the romantic vibe. Soft knit is fused with organza and silk. This lightweight and skin-friendly style sends out the familiar Scandi vibe. Puff sleeve dress, delicate bowknot decoration, elegant wrapped tailoring and floral embroidery all present Bahnsen's ability to handle fabric and tailoring.
Minimalist Silhouette -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Women's Knitwear Catwalks
According to the data analysis of A/W 21/22 women's knitwear catwalks, pullover(57%) still occupies the biggest proportion, followed by cardigan(23%). Dress(9%) and suit(7%) have both improved at lot. Lady style is the main dress style to show elegant feminine temperament. Suit pays more attention on comfort. Indoor leisurely suit is suitable for multi-occasional dressing. And the rising sports trend leads to the popularity of sports suit.
Upgrading Sustainable Development -- The Comprehensive Catwalk Analysis of Women's Denim
Influenced by the sustainable development of global fashion industry, laser craft is widely used by brands instead of dangerous chemical water-washing. The laser craft reuses and recolors the jeans to present diverse distressed water-washed effects and provide different patterns.
Highlight Placement -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Catwalk Details
This report is based on the analysis of the data of the four major fashion weeks in S/S 2021. In this report, catwalk data divided by garment area and palcement details are theme of the analysis. Designers breaks through the iimitation of multi brand theme inspiration design. From the aspect of natural and eco-friendly, home office, rebirth and sustainable, French style and so on to explore essence of the design details. And provides inspiration for the process of superb details. Design details used in different part brings a different design psychology for garments and conveys a fashionable attitude.
The 1980s Disco -- The Catwalk Analysis of ISABEL MARANT Womenswear
With the beat of I Feel Love (Rick Owens also auditioned for his music score earlier in the day), the dance group La Horde went wild as Marant girls promoted a night of fun. "My outline is so obvious that I can't design any other way and I don't have to force myself because of the time constraints." This style centers on the 1980s, suspending somewhere between St. Germain and Manhattan, with an extra sheen.
Minimalist and Young -- The Catwalk Analysis of Jil Sander Womenswear
Jil Sander is the representative brand of minimalism, founded by a German designer and later merged by Prada. In 2017, Luke and Lucie Meier took over Jil Sander as creative directors. Luke Meier, who worked eight years as the chief designer of Supreme, has a background in street fashion that makes up for years of Jil Sander's neglect of the youth market. Lucie Meier has worked at haute couture brands like Dior, Louis Vuitton and Balenciaga, helping to keep the simple and elegant style of Jil Sander. Its S/S 2021 womenswear continues the fine and delicate DNA, employs cotton, recycled polyester and mulberry silk, and accentuates female graceful form via embroideries, creating simple yet ethereal looks.
The Art of Being Self -- The Catwalk Analysis of MSGM Womenswear
This season, MSGM shoots the video from twelve angles, full of questions and answers about the origins of identity and the art of being selves. This time models themselves press the shutter button in the studio to capture images. Lots of straw prints, tie-dyed edges and decorative beads play a key role this season.
Cycle From Day to Night -- The Catwalk Analysis of Acne Studio Womenswear
This series blurs time and presents the endless cycle from day to night, so it inspires an experimental feature, mixes with contrasts, and displays diversified and relaxed works. This collection centers on materials which will change along with light, including crack leather, pearlescent cotton, metallic organza and pearl paper.
L'amour -- The Catwalk Analysis of Jacquemus Womenswear
With a theme of L'amour, Jacquemus S/S 2021 series is launched in a wheat field in the northwest of Paris. The series takes cues from the dance aesthetics of Swedish dancer Alexander Ekman, uses neutrals like black, white, khaki and grass as dominant colors, and reveals a pure, deep and French vibe, reminding of romantic scenes in Days of Heaven by Terrence Malick. Combing with post-coronavirus concept, designer hopes that by creating a simple and casual country wedding, everyone who is stuck at home will awaken their true and romantic side with something like bubble. The fashion show is held in the natural wheat field. Only 100 close families and friends are invited, and they are separated by wheat. Models are walking in the endless wheat filed. The meandering boardwalk and the flourishing wheat display the elevated touch of nature. This show continues the languid and casual pastoral style and romantic French style, depicting a beautiful summer scenery.
A Colorful New World -- The Catwalk Analysis of Balmain Womenswear
Founded in 1945, the renowned French luxury giant Balmain boldly employs the young but famous designer Olivier Rousteing to present dazzling designs. With a theme of "Zoom", Balmain Resort 2021 collection is shoot in Normandy and by the design director Olivier Rousting. Many black and white photos also appear. The series uses various gorgeous hues instead of its previous intense colors. Argyle, polka dots and irregular graffiti interpret the Resort womenswear collection. Lavish color blocks and patterns depict optimistic and positive patterns, expressing the designer's thoughts and creation in this special period.
Focus on Placement -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Catwalk Details
Based on the data of A/W 20/21 four fashion weeks, this report analyzes different parts and placement details of clothing, explores the beauty of details and provides inspiration for extreme details.
Classicism and Art -- The Catwalk Analysis of Loewe Womenswear
Silhouette and fabric are key elements to create the A/W 2020 series for Jonathan Anderson, the creative director of the Spanish brand Loewe. "I analyze Spanish culture and how the world looks at it", Jonathan Anderson explains backstage after the show, "I work on how to bring classic images of Spain into people's wardrobes and I really enjoy the process of building silhouettes of clothes. Last season I worked on silhouette and fabric very successfully, so this season I decide to continue this design idea." This collection is filled with a large number of simplified prints with traditional Spanish ceramic patterns as the main part. The partial silhouette of the design is based on the retro court looks. Loewe also works with ceramic artists to create lots of ceramic decorations for the ready-to-wear of this show. These are all in line with Jonathan Anderson's understanding of Spain.
Rose in The Dark Night -- The Catwalk Analysis of Valentino Womenswear
In this series, male and female models are in black, grey, classic Valentino red, low-key indigo and emerald. The clothing starts from basic silhouette to highlight the power of accurate cutting. Valentino, which still shows haute couture technique in the ready-to-wear series, is undoubtedly more low-key than previous seasons, but it is still meticulous about details. The series uses embroidery and print to sketch the realistic florals, adding a lively feel to the calm overcoat and the sleeveless dress.