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18/19 A/W Craft Trend at Paris Haute Couture Show -- Embroidery & 3D Flower
Handcrafted 3D flowers and embroideries hit the Paris Haute Couture shows. This report is all about layered lace flowers, paper-cut design, large 3D flowers, delicate embroideries, sheer florals, colorful embroideries and cotton threads.
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.
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.
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.
18/19 A/W Men's Knitwear -- Colors
From the proportion of colors, we can see that achromatic colors still take a large proportion in this season, the ratio of yellow ,blue and yellow are on rise, while color red continues to be the main color.
18/19 A/W Womenswear Fabric (IV) -- Down Jacket
The fabric trend of down jacket in 18/19 A/W is dominated by the catwalks, the retro plaids fabric or the high-tech fabric are noted in this season.
18/19 A/W Men's Catwalk -- Item
While track tops continue to form part of younger collections, the shell suit has come back from 1990s obscurity in tasteful guises. With printed panels in shirting plaids and colors, these pieces reference the golf course, or nod to football casual culture. Veering away from the Day-Glo colors usually associated with this item does it a huge favor and gives the tracksuit a further lease of life.
18/19 A/W Women's Puffa on Catwalk -- Item
Whether colorful or monochrome, metallic coating stands out with shiny effect, enlivening the cold winter.
18/19 A/W Menswear -- Tailoring Process
The asymmetrical design breaks the conventional style and adds a playful and individual touch to the overall look.
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.
18/19 A/W Pattern for Men's Knitwear on Catwalk -- Youthful Style
Triangles or transformed triangles are widely used on A/W 18/19 catwalks. All-over color-blocking patterns give a nostalgic twist, while simple placement graphics are funkier.