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The Female Bond in The New Era--- The Catwalk Analysis of Max Mara Womenswear
In next spring, the first female agent 007 will show up. The inspiration source of Max Mara 2020 S/S garment is based on the wardrobe for this heroin. This kind of female elegance in Bond style comes from designers' praise for the new 007. In this season, Max Mara stages a wonderful "female spy" drama for us. Models are in gray workwear with the spiffy double braids like scorpion tails and lips in black and red, mysterious and elegant.
Urban yet somehow tranquil -- The Analysis Of 3.1 Phillip Lim Womenswear Catwalks
At 3 p.m., September 9th, 2019, New York time, 3.1 Phillip Lim released new collections with the theme of "Urban yet somehow tranquil" in New York Fashion Week in Greenpoint open warehouse in Brooklyn. Cutting is the highlight of spring and summer and the detachable scarf at the shoulder are the major points, And the designer, Lim, clearly realizes that the design serves not only for classic New York office ladies, but all women working in every field. In the meanwhile, Lim chooses new organic recycled fabrics and adopts copper-coated technique to produce the pleated navy dress like satin (The copper cup was made up of recycled cotton waste). The brand is famous now because of abandoning fancy clothing and complicated design to insist on sustainable development.
A Changeable Age -- Comprehensive Analysis of Womenwear Catwalks
Statement styling and reshaped classics go across the Resort 2020 Catwalks. The boundaries between all categories blurred. Rune arts and athleisure appear. Pleats, ruffles, layering, patchwork and tying are incorporated. The show created a inclusive vibe.
Gucci -- Analysis of Resort 2020 Catwalk Brands
At 2:00 A.M., May 29, Beijing time, Gucci released its Resort 2020 vacation collection in the Capitoline Museums. The invitation letters were in Antica Libreria Cascianelli. Opening up old books, you could find light blue-ink stamps showing the time and address. Paul Veyne's famous saying was also printed: Only pagan antiquity awakened my desire, because it was the world of before, because it was an abolished world. In this show, you could find the classical elements, Mickey and feminist slogans.
Christian Dior -- Analysis of Resort 2020 Catwalk Brands
At 3 a.m. on April 30, Beijing time, Dior released its resort 2020 collection in Morocco. El Badi Palace, built in the 16th century, was picked up for the releasing. The bonfires, candles on pools and foreign performers brought impressive African cultures.
Offbeat Trench Coats -- Comprehensive Analysis of A/W 19/20 Catwalks for Women's Trench Coats
Trench coats play an important role for A/W 19/20. The statement shapes and updated classic styles are eye-catching in women's markets. A lot of exaggerated silhouettes and other key shapes are seen in this season. New approaches make garments fit for daily activities.
Meet Milan -- Comprehensive Analysis of A/W 19/20 Catwalks for Womenswear
A/W 19/20 Milan fashion week featured delicate classics, minimalism and modernity, and created a inclusive fashion environment combing classics, heritage and contemporary fashion.
New-Style Overcoats -- A/W 19/20 Analysis of Catwalks in Four Fashion Weeks
We can see from A/W 19/20 Four Fashion Weeks that there are more changes to colors, silhouettes and details of overcoats. Splicing of different materials, color clashing and voluminous drop shoulders are all chic and impressive.
Delicate Milan -- A/W 19/20 Analysis of Catwalks for Women's Knitwear
Milan is the center of fashion. Perfect and delicate designs and crafts can be found here. In A/W 19/20 Milan Fashion week, simple and neat cutting, delicate crafts and details show high quality. Large silhouettes are one of the features. Splicing is still prevalent, and classic patterns are renewed.
Chanel -- 19/20 A/W Analysis of Catwalk Brands for Womenswear
Chanel's catwalks often get attention from the whole world. This time, Chanel takes us to a ski resort. As the last collection designed by Karl Lagerfeld, who just died recently, and new creative director Virginie Viard. All models wear a white camellia, which pays tribute to the past and marks the new start.
Braschi -- Analysis of A/W 19/20 Women's Fur at Catwalks
In Braschi's A/W 19/20 Collections, designers renew argyles and pieced leopard prints. The high-class fur is shiny and luxurious. The cropped jackets and long-line gilet are streamlined, adding a noble and elegant feel.
Stand -- Analysis of A/W 19/20 Womenwear Brands at the Catwalks
Stand's A/W 19/20 fur collection stood out at the catwalks. Designer Nellie Kamras uses bold and saturated colors and large-scale designs. The jacket with snake print and cut feel neutral.
Color -- 2019 Pre-Fall Analysis of Catwalk on Womenswear
According to 18/19 pre-fall data of colors, core color families have been renewed. Industrial grey and khaki families are key. In this season, red and orange are redefined, and autumn brown influences the pre-fall palette. Compared with past seasons, the use of green has increased obviously. In the past five years, green has continued to evolve, and nowadays, it is used on lots of looks. For purple family, its proportion decreased noticeably in this season.
Style & Silhouette -- Pre-Fall 2019 Women's Fur & Leather Apparel on Catwalk
This season, fur and leather apparel mainly includes overcoats, trench coats and jackets, combining femininity with masculinity. They emphasize the confident and individual quality of urban women.
Sophisticated Style -- Resort 2019 Womenswear on Catwalk
Sophisticated womenswear features a calm and elegant style. Simple and neat silhouettes play an important role. Details become more subtle and considered, smartening up looks.
Colorful World -- 2019 S/S Women's Suit of New York Catwalk
Colorful suits at 2019 S/S New York Fashion Week are impressive. Unique silhouette, delicate details, color-clashing buttons or buttons with the tonal shades make suits more attractive and fashionable. Suits in the past are dull, but these new suits are bold, individual and vibrant.
18/19 A/W Men's Coat Fabric -- Wool Fabric
The blue, chrome red and beige wool coat is gaining traction at the market. The application of silhouette and details are ingenious, alongside the colorways, which is highly creative.
Resort 2019 Women's Fur & Leather Apparel on Catwalks -- Key Brands
Sakura pink, nude pink and pale blue appear on Fendi's new collection. Lightweight fur trims, delicate fur collars and cuffs grab attention. Energetic pastels team with fur decorations for modest luxury, playing contrast with the background.
18/19 A/W Color for Women's Coating on Catwalk -- Colorful Wool
From saturated colors to fluorescent hues, reds to blacks, bold shades stand out on coats in this season. Red is powerful, while soft cosmetic tones including camel feel retro. Yellows such as neon yellow and mustard give coats brilliant looks. Blues highlight femininity, evolving from electric blue to cornflower blue. They feel fresher against black tones.
18/19 A/W Menswear Runway Analysis -- Colors & Fabric
Form the data of 18/19 runway show, we can see that the coat takes a large proportion, and the wool is key material in this season. A series of warm vibrant colors are highlights, including Popsicle Orange, Mustard Yellow, Carmine Red and Rumba Red. Black , Rumba Red and Almond Beige take the largest ratio , Popsicle Orange and Mustard Yellow are colors to watch in 18/19 men's wool coat.
18/19 A/W Women's Coat on Catwalk -- Color
The three seasons see neutral colors descend year by year. Chromatic shades increase progressively, especially purples, blues, greens and oranges, but reds go down. This report focuses on chromatic tones.
18/19 A/W Color for Men's Coat on Catwalk (1) -- Cool-tone Wool
According to POP's statistics, some colors for coats emerge on the A/W 18/19 men's catwalks. In addition to classic shades, bright and cool tones play an important part. Shades such as Mauve Chalk, Light Mist Purple and Architecture Gray combine with wools to complete impressive coats for this season, and add freshness to the A/W palette.
18/19 A/W Women's Catwalk -- Color
According to the color statistics of A/W 18/19 catwalks. Neutral tones account for a high proportion. For chromatic colors, reds and blues are key. Blues see an obvious uptrend, while yellows and greens also increase.