Fashion trends Fall-Winter 2015/2016: Footwear
You want to know what will be trendy in Fall-Winter 2015/2016? You are on the right place. Here, we are going to present you two key footwear styles for women's wardrobe, according to Trendstop.com - one of the world's leading trend forecasting agencies, renowned for its insightful trend analysis and forecasts.
For Fall-Winter 15/16, influential designers have created directional looks in the form of Contemporary 70's and the Super Chunky Shoe. As they haven't yet been seen in previous seasons, both these styles are likely to continue as mainstream fashion trends for the year ahead.
70's aesthetics are reengineered with a new twist across modern Fall/Winter 2015-16 footwear styles, characterized by earthy colourways and retro elements. Leading New York designers implement the trend across bootie shapes, as seen with Thakoon's bold brown croc, Rebecca Taylor's chocolate brown strappy silhouette and Marc Jacobs' nude patent quilt look. Details like zippers, cut-outs and sporty rib inserts ensure a modern finish.
Similar to the styles seen in New York, Milan footwear hits the catwalks with a fusion of modern design and cool cat 70's appeal. Just Cavalli's bold tangerine bootie comes complete with a color blocked heel, as Gucci's fitted knee-high brown boot borrows elements from the classic loafer. Additionally, Marni's square-bottomed heel injects a playful proportion to an ankle-strap court.
THE SUPER CUNCKY SHOE
A key trend for the women's wardrobe this season, shoes are reinforced with sturdy, super chunky shapes across the Paris runways, creating a heavyweight appeal. Wooden platforms finished with serrated rubber soles give a boost in contrast colors at Stella McCartney and Undercover, with mixed materials underlining statement designs. Meanwhile, Viktor & Rolf incorporates a miniature cut-out to emphasize the chunky sole of a formal lace-up.
Over in New York, footwear makes a similar statement with elevated heights and weighty designs. A black formal shape takes on a sportswear aesthetic with a sculpted rubber flatform sole at DKNY. Additionally, cut-out heels and slip-on shapes are complemented by wedges and climbing-boot-inspired soles at Rodarte and Tommy Hilfiger.
Footwear from Fall-Winter 2014/2015 collection by:
2. Rebecca Taylor
3. Marc Jacobs
5. Just Cavalli
7. Stella McCartney
8. Viktor & Rolf
12. Tommy Hilfiger
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