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Colorful Sweatshirts -- Comprehensive of A/W 19/20 Catwalks for Sweatshirts
Colors in A/W 19/20 add charm to sweatshirts. Besides classic black, white and grey, tones of yellow, blue, red and Morandi are eye-catching. Different fabrics and creative details add more tones.
Prevalent Patterns -- A/W 19/20 Analysis of Catwalks for Men's Knitwear
During fashion weeks in New York, London, Milan and Paris, we saw creative patterns: figures&portraits, animals, cartoon figures, letters, brand logo, reorganized letters, fruits, modern folk patterns and diamond checks.
Color of Gen Z -- 2019 S/S Color of Women's Sweatshirt on Catwalk (2)
Sweatshirt fabrics become more glossy and cozy on S/S 19 runways. According to the statistics of S/S 19 and S/S 18, we find that the colors are brighter and lighter, and high-purity shades go up. Vivid tones work for young streetwear. Generation Z believes in freedom, dream and individuality, and prefers distinctive sporty sweatshirts.
Pastel Colors -- 2019 S/S Key Colors on Catwalk for Women's Sweatshirt Fabrics
The sweatshirt fabrics and colors tend to be comfortable and glossy. According to the contrast of colors at 19SS and 18SS Fashion Week, we can conclude that the dark tones were changed into bright and light shades; there are more pure colors. The share of white, purple and green has increased, while that of black and blue has decreased.
Offbeat -- 2019 S/S Womenswear on Catwalk
On S/S 19 catwalks, colors, patterns, silhouettes and details are impressive, especially details. Simple garments use slit sleeves; Athleisure style features multiple layers; Elegant suits are tied with self-belts; Girly apparel chooses deep U neck for a sexy feel; Dresses opt for crossed neck; Chic denim clothes employ luxurious beads and rhinestones. Womenswear are offbeat in this season.
Versatile Sweatshirt -- 2019 S/S Men's Key Item on Catwalk
With the passing of time and changing of environment and mood, it is necessary to look for items fit for all seasons. Basic versatile items such as T-shirts and sweatshirts are functional and stylish.
Popular Silhouettes -- 2019 S/S Womenswear on Catwalks
On S/S 2019 women's catwalks, elongated sweatshirt, twisted top, wrap dress, see-through layer, straight skirt, unconventional shoulder, sporty wide-leg trousers and sporty dress are frequently seen. Comfortable and utility silhouettes are key, with saturated colors to bring vibrancy.
2019 S/S Menswear Key Items -- Sweatshirt
An analysis of 2019 S/S menswear key items.
Knitted Fabric 2018 A/W -- Women's Stylish Sweaters
Knitwear emerges as a must-have item on 2018 S/S women's catwalks, seeing rich colors, materials and techniques update the style. Knitting fabric works as an essential highlight in shows.
2018 Pre-fall Men's Sweater Fabric -- Luxury Knitted Fabric
Led by D&G, men's sweaters pre-fall 18 conveys a luxury message, many elastic velvet knitted fabrics emerge. The loose knitted sweaters with creative pattern are super eye-catching. Key colors in this season are red, bright yellow and dark purple.
2018 Pre-Fall Knitted Fabric on Women's Catwalk -- Surface Texture
In pre-fall 2018, knits focus on comfort and new surface textures. Geometries and irregular textures create different visual effects. Flocked sheers and plain-color knits are key for the resort season thanks to their tactility and techniques.
2018 S/S Knitted Fabric for Womenswear -- Urban Sports
Creativity is synonymous with individuality. The power of identity and an optimistic mindset charges clothing development throughout catwalks , as designers look back to nostalgic references in order to create the future. The knitted fabric begins to shirk its sport-only associations and is widely applied to many fashion brands.
18/19 A/W Men's Sweatshirt on Catwalk -- Knitted Fabric
The color wheel explains the tone proportion of men's sweatshirt fabrics in A/W 18/19. Blue and gray are core shades, and the former one is evolved from navy blue. Red, green and yellow add vibrancy to knitted menswear.