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Updated Urban Style -- The Silhouette Trend for Women's Suits
At present, protective and wrapped clothing grow. In A/W 21/22 women's suits markets, inclusive and protective suits become the focus. Designers are dedicated to creating flexible and multi-occasional suits. Cropped blazers, blazers with asymmetric plackets, blazers with crisp shoulder lines and waisted blazers will lead the fashion of future suits.
Extravagant Age -- The Pattern Craft Trend for Womenswear
Extravagant Age analyzes pattern crafts of Byzantine style. The Byzantine style refers to the artistic style that arose and became popular in the Byzantine Empire centered in Constantinople from the 4th century to the 15th century, and mainly reflects the worship of emperors and the promotion of Christian theology. It is the combination of late Roman art and the art centered on Asia Minor, Syria and Egypt. This report interprets the extravagant Byzantine Empire via complicated decorations on religious patterns from perspectives of combination of satin and embroidery, match of bead and specific embroidery, and combined luxurious lace, bead and tube.
Eternal Style -- The Trend for Women's Tweed
As consumers pursue a high quality of life and the "less but better" concept, elegant tweed prevails more widely. The most representative one is Chanel tweed which is leisure-luxe and elevated. In the new season, tweed uses thick yarns with a high gram weight and exude its noble temperament. Soft multicolored yarns intertwine with each other or blend with metallic yarns to enhance the luxurious feeling. In the new season, thick check tweed revives and appears on the latest collections of Gucci and MSGM, quite noteworthy.
Scenery -- The Pattern Craft Trend for Womenswear
In the post-coronavirus era, outdoor scenery symbolizes vitality and new hope, and will heal and soothe us. More and more brands draw inspiration from outdoors for their new collections or advertising campaigns, including Jacquemus, Gucci and Acne Studios. As for crafts, outdoor bright colorway and complicated crafts are employed to express good wishes.
Mixed Materials -- The Craft Trend for Women's Leather and Fur Clothing
With the development of the society, consumers pursue high-quality and individualized clothing. In A/W 21/22, mixed materials are changing, which brings a new visual impact and a layered sense. Outerwear in A/W 21/22 pays more attention to individualized fabrics, such as splicing of trench coats, splicing of puffa jackets, splicing of knitted fabrics, contrast of front and back panels, splicing of denim and splicing of wool. These spliced materials enhance the visual impact.
Innovation and Sustainability -- The Felt Fabric Trend for Women's Outerwear
In the post-coronavirus era, comfort and protection drives the rise of double-faced felt which becomes a key fabric in A/W 21/22. Normally, felt is created by combining two kind of fabrics via an adhesive, quite warm. And now needle-punching process is employed, more eco-friendly and novel. The black-white check felt, Chanel style spotted felt, washed nostalgic check felt, dynamic handcrafted felt and color-blocked felt emerge, promise the final design effect of ready-to-wear and exude different visual charm.
Elegant Protection -- The Craft Detail Trend for Women's Overcoats
The market gradually shifts its focus from fashionable looks to practical, durable and versatile items and tries to explore multifunctions of products. People increasingly demand for protective and wrapped clothing and create protective overcoats. Besides, details also reveal the wearer's fashion taste. 3D deconstructed waisted design, cool adjustable stand-up collar, double-layered tailoring and buttons in row can well interpret female elegance.
Urban Relaxed Sport -- The Silhouette Trend for Women's Leather and Fur Clothing
With the rise of utility, urban consumers shift their focus from fashionable looks to versatile durable items and pay more attention to multifunctional and multi-occasional items, thus further blurring the boundary between leisure style and commute style. Designs should be multi-occasional to meet modern women's needs.
Realistic Utopia -- The Silhouette Trend for Women's Trench Coats
In the post-coronavirus era, people want to take a short trip, which drives the rise of outdoor style and functional practical style. This season trench coats will pay more attention to outdoor elements and emphasize the dramatic proportion, contradiction between large structures and small details, the contrast between long structure and short structure, thus displaying the discrepancy between reality and inner world. The conflict between real and ideal life makes utopia emerge in a more realistic form.
Emotional Response -- Color Trends for A/W 21/22 Womenswear
Currently, we are undergoing the COVID-19 pandemic, natural disasters, terror riots. Due to this unstable society, S/S 2022 colors will soothe and comfort us, balance the relationship between us and objects and explore the healing effect of colors. Healthy earth colors create a calm and gentle emotional response via their gentle color sense. Main colors drive the heat of durable and amiable products. The match of Willow and Yellow Cream add novelty, and undyed fibers cater to sustainability. Moonlit Ocean is sophisticated and will be popular in S/S 2020. This greyish blue often reminds of sustainability and recyclability. As the resale and rental market grows, "imperfect" colors gain more attention. Greyish pastels create a nostalgic vibe and display the gentle aesthetics. These muted hues heal and comfort people.
New Lace -- The Trend for Womenswear Lace
Lace is the most classic feminine element. In A/W 21/22, lace displays the new female power in terms of colors and crafts. Sedate and secret is the spirit of lace in A/W 21/22, and becomes an important trend. Moreover, water-soluble paper-cut lace, skin-friendly lace and embroidery lace are more important and noteworthy.
Decorative Minimalist Lines -- The Craft Detail Trend for Women's Knitwear
Increasing people pursue a slow-paced life and minimalism wins much attention, so simple comfy items with a few details prevail. This inspires simple and sophisticated knitwear. Minimalist lines as decoration become the key design. The loose and comfy silhouette is dominant. Designs on the edge are non-negligible. Accessories, color-blocking and piping are refined and elevated.
Pleats -- The Craft Trend for Women's Leather and Fur Clothing
With the growing economic development and female force, they demand for high-quality retro clothes and accessories, so that pleating becomes more exquisite. Classic pleats, orderly pleats, gatherings, twisted crinkles and placement smocking integrate into clothing, interpreting female elegance.
Office Ladies -- The Detail Trend for Women's Trousers
According to data, middle class in Asia will grow from 600 million to 1.3 billion, and the middle class is the main consumer group of luxury goods. Asian office ladies become a focus. As an important item, trousers employ the high-quality fabric and present many details. Blocking design on the waist, fine strips and high slit on leg openings, these simple yet ingenious designs reflect female fashion taste.
Retro Warm Checks -- The Trend for Womenswear Checked Wool
Retro aesthetics makes a comeback. Check, as a classic element for retro style, becomes the focus of designers. Gucci creates the double-breasted checked woolen outerwear. Dior presents oversized vague checks. American retro Vichy plaid sweeps Miu Miu this season. Key words of retro checked wool include combined checks, oversized vague checks, the fine quality and nostalgic slubbed wool. Moreover, American retro green checked wool is also noteworthy.
Long Confession -- The Thematic Pattern Trend for A/W 21/22
Social changes transform consumers' habits, and necessity economy brings simple durable products to the spotlight. Influenced by the COVID-19, "less is more" life concept has been a must. Modular all-year design will appeal to comfort-driven consumers. Home will be the haven for existentialists to soothe themselves. Modern lines and geometric patterns balance the need for safety via their simple and pure beauty. Tones covering designs and arts tell the peaceful long confession.
Long Confession -- A/W 21/22 Theme Fabric Trend for Womenswear
Economic turbulence, political turmoil and unsteady society make people fear and panic, and they have a growing demand for daily necessities. In the post-coronavirus era, home has been an important part in our life. We have an intimate relationship with our families, and the healing and soothing home protects us mentally and physically. This displays the A/W 21/22 fashion trend of a simple home life. At present when stay-at-home economy and otaku culture prevail, women tend to buy less but better, so the minimalist trend will be a mainstream of womenswear. Sustainable, protective and healing fabrics become a main trend for A/W 21/22 womenswear.
Original Softness -- The Yarn Trend for Women's Cashmere and Wool
Cashmere has an airy layer with its thin and curly fibers. It is denser, smoother and softer than wool. The textile blending cashmere with natural fibers is finer and lighter. Silk fibers give cashmere a stronger sheen, and sequins and glitter are modern and chic.
Urban New Look -- Clothing Collocation for Women's Denim Outerwear
Denim outerwear is cool and tough. It spans seasons, ages and genders. This season denim outerwear weakens the western leisure feel and becomes more urban via layering, elements, sets and silhouette changes. Its varied clothing collocations will display a new female look.
Fine Cutting -- The Craft Detail Trend for Women's Suits
Driven by classic dressing style, suits grow to be the necessary item. Data shows in recent two years women purchase more suits than men for the first time. Suits are optimized in terms of details, cutting and structures to be both powerful and feminine. Designers will pay more attention to placement details while continuing classic styles, better interpreting new femininity.
Fashionable and Cool -- The Silhouette Trend for Women's Puffa Jackets
Data shows millennials are polarized in personality. More of them like to try new styles and creative styling. Fashionable short puff jackets and plain casual puffa jackets prevail among them. Puffa jacket sets also appear. The lightweight and chic styling taps into their pursuit of a good appearance and warmth.
Time-Tested Fashion -- The Fabric Trend for Women's Tweed
Classic Chanel style is time-tested, exquisite and noble. Chanel is the first to bring tweed into women's fashion. Its tweed set is simple yet elegant. Virginie Viard has been creative director at Chanel for nearly a year since the decease of Karl Lagerfeld. In the one year, Virginie Viard brings more changes to the classic tweed jacket. On catwalks of Chanel A/W 2021, Virginie Viard rejuvenates the symbolic jacket with her unique cutting. The wave-like neckline and plackets reveal female romance and softness and depict a new image of Chanel girls.
Powerful Style -- The Silhouette Trend for Women's Dresses
According to data, middle class in Asia will grow from 600 million to 1.3 billion, and the middle class is the main consumer group of luxury goods. Asian women hold a growing proportion in mid- to high-end consumption and they require a higher quality and more refined style. Either the elegant long dress or the waisted dress can make the wearer powerful.
Casual Styling -- Clothing Collocation for Women's Cardigan
Dwelling in the crowded city and surrounded by tall buildings, more and more people are longing for being closer to nature and seeking for a free and casual lifestyle. The cardigan can be paired with various items to deal with multiple occasions.