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18/19 A/W Material for Men's Outerwear on Catwalks -- Dark Style
Based on POP's statistics, dark materials rank first on A/W 18/19 men's catwalks. Black and white letters or checks, reflective tapes and checkerboard patterns bring a chic and upscale feel to men's outerwear.
Resort 2019 Womenswear on Catwalks -- Styles
The Resort 2019 catwalks gather minimalist, cotton and linen, girly and luxurious styles. They stand out with new details. Creased cotton and linen, mixed minimalist looks enliven the runways.
2019 S/S Fabrics for Womenswear on Catwalks -- Novel Geometries
Frequently spotted on S/S 19 catwalks, geometric printed fabrics feel delicate. Plain and soft tones are key. Inspired by retro styles and the "Global Traveler" theme, these fabrics are refreshed with modern aesthetics to improve commercial appeal, ideal for S/S items.
2019 S/S Menswear on Catwalks -- Milan
As sportswear continues to be a strong driver across the Milan shows, rejuvenate classic tailoring and casualwear themes in fresh colors for a younger consumer that has grown up on streetwear. Tap into popular 1980s sports themes with bold stripes and graphic color-blocking, or future-proof your athleisure range with a refined minimalism.
2019 S/S Women's Streetwear on Catwalks -- Funky Materials
Renowned streetwear brands like Palm Angels, Off-White, Amiri, Sacai and Juun.J, and emerging brands such as Heston Preston and Misbhv apply different materials to create funky street looks.
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.
Resort 2019 Women's Dress Analysis -- Minimalist Sporty Style
The minimalist sporty style is key in this season, and the stripped two-piece style, striped dress, sporty lace dress and thin jumper dress update the minimalist style.
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.
Resort 2019 Women's Knitwear on Catwalks
Veering away from the saturated tones of previous seasons, Coronet Blue has a warm and soft shade, neither dramatic nor unassuming. It pairs with black for a relaxed feel.
2019 S/S Material for Men's Matching Set -- Chic Sport
The chart data is based on POP's statistics of S/S 2019 men's catwalks and markets. Set ranks third of all items, proving its commercial appeal. Men's matching sets in rich colors and materials are must-haves in this season.
Resort 2019 Women's Shirting on Catwalks -- Stripes
Diverse stripes infiltrate the Resort 2019 catwalks and sophisticate women's shirts. They highlight the smart and exquisite quality of urban women.
Cruise 2019 Gucci Show -- Road to Hades
Gucci's Cruise 2019 show exuded a holy vibe, but also felt mysterious as cult movies. The show was ended with a white ruffled bridal gown. Designer Alessandro Michele took us to Hades with his iconic aesthetics.
Resort 2019 Women's Printed Dress on Catwalk -- Secret Garden
The chart data about women's dress is based on POP's statistics of Resort 2019 catwalks and markets. In this season, dress ranks first, proving its commercial appeal and market value.
19/20 A/W Material on Catwalk -- Technical Tracksuit
From A/W 17/18 to A/W 18/19, sets increase by 5.87%, especially athleisure tracksuits in outdoor sport and chic sport styles.
18/19 A/W Womenswear Catwalk Analysis -- Jacquard Designs
Designers experiment the jacquard designs to satisfy the demand for an increasingly feminine offer. From the animal prints to floral prints, the figured fabrics deliver an elegant and delicate appeal, with jacquard craft to create an effortlessly mature and glamorous items.
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 Men's Catwalk -- Athleisure
The rapid development of technology influences the digital industry as well as fashion design. Technical elements are essential for apparel, for example, waterproof coated materials keep warm and protect wearers from extreme climates.
18/19 A/W Womenswear Analysis -- Patterns
The fabric-blocking and color-blocking design create a playful yet retro profile, and the designs convey a lively message in this season.
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 Women's Knitwear Analysis -- Color
From the data analysis of the 17/18 A/W and 18/19 A/W, we can see that there is a significant decline in the achromatic colors, the ratio of purple red and blue is rising, alongside orange and yellowish green.
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.