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Knitted Accessories -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Accessories
Accessories play an increasingly important role in clothing collocation. Brand effect keeps influencing consumers' purchase. "Less is more" still holds true in clothing. People will pay more attention to the utility of products, and durability and multi-occasion will affect their shopping.
Natural and Sustainable -- The Trend for Women's Core Accessories
Consumers get used to increased time spent at home, so the demand for comfort and minimalism strengthens the importance of core items. Designs develop toward durability and multi-occasion application. Soft accessories will shine brightly after the pandemic.
Love & Accessory -- The Trend for Women's Accessories
After the pandemic, design will focus on providing solutions or emphasizing lifestyle changes, and cater to utility concept by versatility, and pay attention to accessories of the upper body. Practicality and versatility will be the key to creating fashionable items. Adaptive designs will prevail after the pandemic.
Re-created Classics -- The Fabric Trend for Womenswear Accessory
Fabric and detail of accessories are deeply influenced by fashion trends and decorative designs. Designer brands also interpret classic accessories through brand-new techniques. They focus on elegant feminine details, including traditional and avant-garde elements. Comfortable plush and individual quilted fabric create items fit for the extreme weather.
Symbolic Youth -- Theme Color Trend for Men's and Women's Sportswear
As "restraint" is increasingly prevailing, simple design will grow in A/W 21/22. Home exercising, the horror style, Bauhaus minimalism, outdoor modular design and dystopia will run through the A/W 21/22 sport market. A single color and small-scale color decorations are used, breaking the restrictions of season and fashion trends. Inspired by Stone Island and the collaboration collection of ROKSANDA x lululemon, warm or cold tones are complementary to neutral colors, presenting a bolder autumn palette. In the new season, color is closely tied to the fabric quality. More accurate quantification of color through fabric to clothing is our appeal for sustainability in the sportswear market. Colors fit for the whole year are explored.