trend forcasting book
Post on 17-Mar-2016
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DESCRIPTIONThe path I think fashion should take. In a perfect world of course.
Trend Forecasting BookBy: Cheyenne Skyy Allen
Its A Mans World 2011 consisted of 3 trends that translated into an overall tone down in femininity. Trends like Blazers, Nudes and Neutrals, and Sheer-ness took what could be considered mascu-line things and put a womans touch on it.
Fall and Spring 2011
Sensuality 2012 was all about the figure and how you dress it up. Using the Peplum skirts to excen-tuate the hips, Transparent Maxis to show off stunning long legs. Showing off but leaving enough to let the mind wander.
Fall and Spring 2012
The color palette for 2013 would be a mixture of strong Earth tones and soft Pinks and Pastels. Giving Women a wide variety of colors to choose from to best suit them.
Glimpse Me Glimpse Me is inspired by the Maxi trend with a twist. Characterized by a Maxi skirt with heavy draping on the sides which is typical-ly seen in gowns, Glimpse Me is the subtly sexy street version of this draping style.
The Draped Maxi is a Peek-A-Boo skirt that will give the wearer the comfort they seek as expected with most Maxis, but has brief moments where the wearers legs are shown when walking. Creating a Romantic and Subtly Sexy look like an updated Grecian style.
Framework Vixen Framework Vixen is inspired by the struc-tured forms of corsets and gowns, turn into comfortable ready-to-wear with the illusions of those same lines.
Framework Vixen is inspired by the structured forms of cor-sets and gowns, turn into com-fortable ready-to-wear with the illusions of those same lines.
Rough && Uncut Rough && Uncut is inspired by Nature itself. Taking raw materials or deconstucted fabrics and instead of finishing them, leaving them as is. Creating a natural rough but beautiful Gar-ment.
This Trend could be comprised of Upcycled, Organic, and De-constructed materials going along with the Go Green move-ment. With materials or textures like raw silk, unbleached cotton, and other organic textiles.