Spring-Summer 2016 Fashion trends: Creative tactility
Here comes the forecast by the experts at Trendstop.com - one of the world's leading trend forecasting agencies, renowned for its insightful trend analysis and forecasts - about the modern materials in women's wardrobe for the hot season of 2016.
'On view, two key material trends for Spring-Summer 2016,
this season woven materials trade in established constructions for intriguingly fresh variations that appeal with a creative tactility.
We see two versatile key styles emerge in the form of sophisticated
Couture Craft Weave and layered 3D Self Texture translation.'
Couture Craft Weave
Crafty weave is transformed with elegant material mixes, multicolor and patterns while retaining its signature homespun finish. Chanel demonstrates this with a statement update on their iconic jacket, as tactile stripes look artistic on a Hermes skirt. Balenciaga opt for a sporty two-piece with purple-tinted weave.
Suitable for all Market types, weave's new couture-inspired texture lends itself well to standout accessory styles. Chanel's patterned clutch looks ladylike, while their fingerless glove looks chic with a multicolored tie running through. Derek's peep-toe sandal offers a homespun twist on classic leather textures.
3D Self Texture
Ultra-textural Spring/Summer styles appeal to the touch with laser-cut materials that take on multiple layered, almost petal-like shapes. Sporty bombers blossom with floral inspirations at Marni, as Emporio Armani jackets resemble leaf-covered surfaces. Jil Sander opts for a feathery covering on a skirt, rendered in stark black and white.
Another durable trend for all Market levels, 3D Self Texture accessories burst with 3D surfaces that remain lightweight in the wearing. Circular beads festoon slip-on shoes and leather handbags at Tod's, while Marni go quirky-minimal with a white looped plastic tote bag.
Photos & Information: Trendstop.com
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