Liz Cabral selects her must-try trends for next season.
Goth glam looks ruled with black as a major colour statement accessorized with a vampy dark red lip.
'70S GUY BOURDAIN
Sexy, sophisticated and chic. Menswear suits, slim silhouettes and slicked back hair reference this iconic '70s photographer.
Whether it's a cape, jumpsuit, pleated skirt or head to toe look, leather was the fabric of choice in a multitude of shades from rustic Bordeaux to vibrant red or classic black.
OVER THE TOP EMBELLISHMENT
Surface embellishment via crystals, beads, embroidery, feathers or studs, whatever your style, it's time to be bedazzled.
Menswear shapes and serious attitude were seen at almost every collection.
Twice is a coincidence, three times a trend. Spotted in leather, suede and satin, red bags were a showroom fave.
Many designers used the method of fusing fabrics together to create stiffer molded shapes. Resulting in exaggerate shoulders, rounded hip and extreme silhouettes.
RED AS A SIGNATURE
Even if it was one dress in a sea of black, red added a hit of colour to many collections.
From peplum tight fitting sweaters to roomy dresses, knits added texture an comfort.
STATEMENT NECKLACES AND BELTS
From graphic metals to over the top crystals and bling.
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