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The Retro Urban Style -- The Catwalk Analysis of Coach 1941 Womenswear
The A/W 20/21 collection of Coach 1941 is from the creative director, Stuart Vevers who joined Coach in 2013. In the new season, Coach still uses the modern technique to reshape a retro vibe and bring vitality of the 1980s New York. In the runway, gorgeous leather in original colors and the mid-length skirt with buckles keep the atmosphere. The brand also keeps the printed Japanese clothing and the old "Yeast Village" style. This season is inspired by a famous downtown legend, Jean-Michel Basquiat. His works and personal style are always the inspiration source of the fashion industry. And his signature pattern appears on the key items, including the oversized leather trench coat, blanket-style wool scarf and a new structure sense.
Decadent Looks -- The Catwalk Analysis of VETEMENTS Womenswear
VETEMENTS is founded by Demna Gvasalia and Guram Gvasalia, a graduate of Royal Academy of Fine Arts. It witnesses the unruly street subculture. It is the benchmark of street brands and often copied by other brands. After Guram Gvasalla's departure, VETEMENTS makes a series of changes, retains its own style but begins to cooperate with other industries like Evian to keep energetic in the depressed market.
The Collision of Classics and Modernity -- The Catwalk Analysis of MSGM Womenswear
Massimo Giorgetti, the artistic director of MSGM, who is constantly looking for cultural inspiration from the past, is an unruly fun-goer. This theme is inspired by Gio Ponti's interior design of Milan architectures in the 1970s and the modernistic ceramic floor tiles. The concept of the collision and integration of classics and modernity is used to present the vivid and interesting design aesthetics. The classic bright color matching and bowknot of WSGM are used. The neat and clean silhouette replaces ruffle, with lively colors to be fresh and lovely. Various interior elements are used as patterns this time. The geometrics on the floor tiles are applied to the shirt, and classical rose pattern is used to the outerwear. Environmental protection is also advocated this time, like eco-friendly leather and faux woolskin, reflecting the designer's attention to the environmental protection.
Face up to Selves -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Women's Knitwear on Catwalks
In 2020, people no longer show their individuality through neutrality, but start to face up to women themselves and explore the original connotation of females. On Pre-Fall catwalk, knitwear tends to be mature and elegant. Many brands gradually get rid of the neutral and leisure style, and turn from blurring gender boundary towards exploring the original beauty of females. Knitwear reduces the large-scale textural feel and adds simple but exquisite designs. And designers apply rich and superior natural colors to knitwear.
Delicacy and Utility- The Comprehensive Catwalk Analysis of Women's Leather
In catwalks of S/S 2020, natural keynote and digital style are influencing colors of women's leather and fur. In terms of middle tones and neutral colors, retro earth tones and green tones inspired by environmental protection and outdoor theme are outstanding. Black dominant in leather is added to create a rich and calm dark color palette which makes a contrast with fresh and bright colors.
Keep Balance-- The Comprehensive Analysis of Catwalk Data of Milan Fashion Week
The host city of Milan Fashion Week is the second largest city, Milan. This is a city full of artistic atmosphere. This also lays the foundation of the classical artistic atmosphere and craftsmanship for Milan Fashion Week. In the S/S 2020 Milan Fashion Week, we will appreciate a futuristic, artistic and modern fashion feast which interprets the attitude that fashion expresses the inward world.
Urban Minimalism -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Catwalk Outerwear
On pre-spring 2020 catwalks, simple and sophisticated outerwear plays a key role. The suit is a core item, and the shirt jacket and two-piece trenchcoat are also important.
Sporty Lines and Planes -- Comprehensive Analysis of Men's Knitwear at Catwalks
The line-and-plane sporty style gains traction on S/S 2020 menswear catwalks, and it is simpler, with an added considered business style and refreshing vacation colors. Line-and-plane dissecting and neon brights create a fashionable and modern sport feel. Parke & Ronen, Grungy Gentleman and Victor Li are analyzed.
Paris -- A/W 19/20 Analysis of Catwalks for Menswear
Paris Fashion Week was established in 1910 by French fashion association. French fashion association was founded in the end of 19th century, and its aim is to make Paris the fashion center in the world. 19 /20 A/W Paris fashion week for menswear attracts Givenchy, Balenciaga, Dior Homme and Louis Vuitton.
Splicing -- 19/20 A/W Analysis of Four Fashion Weeks for Men's Knitwear
19/20 A/W four fashion weeks have ended. During those shows, splicing is key. There are pockets, badges, patches, etc. Different materials are applied into knitwear. Delicate crafts show high quality. Bright colors are present on knitwear to redefine splicing.
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.
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.
Sporty Jacket -- 2019 S/S Men's Item on Catwalk
Classic sporty jackets are popular among males, updated with fitted and simple silhouettes to create cool looks, ideal for both office and everyday life.
Utility -- 2019 S/S Womenswear at New York Fashion Week
On S/S 19 catwalks, the utility of apparel is key. Garments of different styles update their details on the basis of classic silhouettes. Without excessive design, the functionality of womenswear is emphasized in this season.
2019 S/S Menswear Catwalk Analysis -- Cool Jacket
As one of the important category of menswear, 2019 S/S jacket is revived again with creative color-blocking design and glossy plastic material. The classic cotton fabric, camouflage, as well as workwear with multi-pocket enjoy a comeback in this season.
2019 S/S Fabric for Men's Outerwear -- Elegant Check
Check cottons feel youthful in S/S 2019. Large-scale checks are more directional. Voluminous silhouettes and asymmetric structures refresh check garments.
2019 S/S Material Trend on Catwalks -- Women's Cool Jacket
On S/S 19 catwalks, jackets feel youthful and cool in protective sport materials, bright leather, lustrous satins, retro denim or elegant floral patterns. They are reinterpreted in a contemporary aesthetic which provides plenty of commercial potential, especially for summer drops.
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.
2019 S/S Men's Streetwear on Catwalks -- Funky Materials
Renowned fashion brands like Off-White, Raf Simons, Undercover and Oamc, and hot streetwear brands such as Heston Preston, A-cold-wall* and Li Ning apply different materials to create funky tees, sweatshirts, shirts, jackets and trench coats, revealing a street style.
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.