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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 The collection aims to persuade women to move away from outdated notions of avant-garde and provocative sexiness.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.
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 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.
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.
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.
Subtle Sophistication -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Miu Miu
For Fall/Winter 2023, the House took to Paris Fashion Week to continue its efforts in creating it-girl bags and garments, while also putting the focus on cozy essentials elevated for the off-duty casual-chic attitude that oozes out of Miu Miu’s walls. This season, Mrs. Prada dives into the notion of “looking,” in turn uncovering what is “underneath” and addressing the “outer” layers of clothing construction, and the structure of how we dress.
Camellia Motif -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Chanel
Virginie Viard has been inspired by the camellia as a signature design motif throughout the history of the Parisian fashion house for her Fall 2023 ready-to-wear collection. The presentation was an exercise in reduction, with the vast majority of looks being created in grayscale, save for a few accents of dusty rose throughout. “The camellia is more than a theme, it’s an eternal code of the House,” explained Viard on her inspiration from the flower.
Black Tie -- The Runway Analysis of Valentino
Pierpaolo Piccioli is re-writing the codification of Valentino. Black tie is a dress code, a restrictive factor of attire that must be adhered to. It’s a faux pas to digress from the expected norms when required to follow the code, and it is something that is habitually ingrained in the sartorial world. With this in mind, black tie is seldom subverted, but that is exactly what Valentino has done.
Deception & Mystique -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of LOEWE
Set inside the walls of a chateau, Anderson and LOEWE created their now-signature stark space and adorned it with Lara Favaretto-designed confetti squares, decorating the space in a vibrant splash of color. Trompe-l’œil came to fore right off the bat. Feathers, glittering coats, jumpers manipulated to keep an unkempt shape, trousers as booties, and a whole host of leather subsequently rounded out yet another standout show from Anderson.
Futuristic Mysticism -- The Women's Runway Analysis of Acne Studios
Acne Studios transports you into a mystical world that begins in a fantasy forest featuring poisonous vines and roots. Divine flora and sparkling tree sap set the tone for an ominous showcase of the collection as models emerge from the darkness. The collection invites audiences into its futuristic world, rooted in nature and filled with the topography of a forest.
The Second Skin -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Dion Lee
Dion Lee is a beacon of sensual fashion. The Australian designer’s subversive silhouettes oftentimes offer their wearers a transformational alter-ego, one that’s particularly unlocked upon passing a bouncer’s ID check at the club entrance. For Fall 2023, this “second skin” is Lee’s blueprint. Base-layer silhouettes were deconstructed and battered, mimicking the process of shedding — or, more specifically, ecdysis. Hosiery was hand distressed and so was denim.
Key Detail -- The Comprehensive Runway Analysis of Womenswear
This report digs deeply into the detail elements on womenswear runway shows. The comparison between S/S 2022 and S/S 2023 discovers the direction of fashion development. For S/S 2023, sexy elements are dominating; the balance between nightwear and daywear has also been the core. The YoY growth of ultrafine shoulder straps is the highest.
S/S 2023 Key Colors -- The Comprehensive Womenswear Runway Analysis(Part I)
According to the comparison between S/S 2022 and 2023, Khaki, Lime, Yellow, Orange, Red, Purple and Blue are the growing tones, as Black, White and Gray reveal a clear drop. We can see from the data analysis in the recent three years that dopamine colors are constantly climbing.
The Design Element Analysis of Women's Knitwear Runway
The report digs into the data analysis of yarns, patterns and crafts of S/S 2023 women’s knitwear. From lightweight yarns to luxury yarns and fuzz yarns, the use of yarns with different textures diversifies the knitwear design. Stripe(34%) is the most popular pattern element in this season; jacquard is also trending upward for the smart casual style. Stitch(45%) and delicate crochet(26%) are the on-trend crafts.
Minimalist & Delicate -- The Knitwear Analysis of Womenswear Runway
The knitwear on S/S 2023 women’s runway shows focuses on a minimalist and delicate sense. Slim-fit tanks highlight the use of material and craft. Pullovers and tees combine monochrome with stitches and details or try color blocking. The development of cardigan puts emphasis on comfort and delicacy. Dresses underline the perfect body curves of women. Pullovers highlight the sense of fashion and commuting.
Celebration, Rebirth -- The Runway Analysis of Off-White
Ibrahim Kamara was named the Image and Art Director of Off-White in April, and now he has debuted his Spring/Summer collection ‘Celebration’. The Spring Summer 2023 collection approaches the cusp of something new, where the unknown gives us the freedom to imagine boundless possibilities. A celebration of life, progress, and new work in process.
The Renaissance -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Balmain
Balmain held its show/festival at Jean-Bouin Stadium in Paris. “We all saw climate change this summer. We all saw fires around the world. And coming back with a show in September, thinking about whether our pants are going to be high-waisted or low-waisted—it seems a bit futile to me.” So said Olivier Rousteing before the show.
Large-scale Futurism -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Louis Vuitton
Staged once again in the majestic surroundings of the Louvre in Paris, Louis Vuitton’s Spring-Summer 2023 Collection is unveiled in the museum’s Cour Carrée. For the first time, Nicolas Ghesquière has invited leading French contemporary artist Philippe Parreno and production designer James Chinlund to conceptualize the event’s spectacular set design. With metal grills, mirrors, and a myriad of lightbulbs that evoke a fairground attraction, the set is centered upon a vividly red “monster flower” with golden stamen that rise up dramatically into the Parisian sky.