While the weather forecast predicts colder days to come, the Mercedes Fashion Week has us counting down the days for Summer. Key trends stood out in a number of shows, leaving us excited for warmer days, in preparations for what will be hitting the stores and more importantly our wardrobes.
Here are the top trends that stood out for us here at Pica Lela.
Shoulder to Shoulder
Australian Designers ‘shouldered’ together in proving that bare shoulders, is a prominent trend this summer. This was highlighted through various styles mainly the cold shoulder and off-the-shoulder look.
Images: Camilla , Bec and Bridge, Maticevski
Images: Akira ,Steven Khalil ,Dion Lee
The use of satin was a welcomed surprise to the runway this season. The fabric was used frequently and was further showcased using bright and bold colours.
Images: Daniel Avakian, Cynthia Rowley, Ginger and Smart
Images: Zhivago, Cmeo,Cynthia Rowley
Summer never looked so bright, with the colour yellow an obvious favourite for the upcoming season. Countless designers featured the unique colour in various shades and styles.
Images: Bianca Spender, Kitx, Manning Cartel
Images: Maticevski, Dion Lee, Bec and Bridge
Men Inspired Suits
Men Inspired Suits were common across most shows. Designers reinvented the classic suit through statement and bold colours.
Images: Bianca Spender, C meo, Cynthia Rowley
Images: Karla Spectic, Manning Cartel, Daniel Avakian
Dramatic frills were exhibited throughout a number of shows and designers did not shy away from bold frocks and styles.
Images: Alice Mccall, Steven Khalil, Ginger and Smart
Images: Bianca Spender, Maricevski, By Johnny
Overall these trends were clearly defined across a number of shows during the Mercedes Fashion Week, and although we are super excited for the upcoming season, they have us slightly worried for our wallets.
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