Tag: Trend Council
According to Trend Council accessories continue to take an extra step in trend, and for Spring-Summer 2015 we'll see an increase in Pattern applications to all accessory product categories with a focus on more whimsical expressions or childish artwork, ethnics and text messages.
According to Trend Council, many shifts are occurring in color trends for the Fall-Winter 2015/2016 menswear market.
Here's the evolution from Fall 2014 to Fall 2015...
For the Fall-Winter 15/16 season Trend Council has selected some major contemporary junior trends that will be key to impacting design development and retail buying. Here are three of their favorites: Star Wars, shine at warp speed. Aspen, an apres ski up-date. And the third one is Tokyo Moto.
Fall-Winter 2014/2015 active trends continue to bridge athleticwear with sportswear in both the contemporary and junior arenas, blurring the lines, but ultimately making for more exciting design development on both sides. Fashion trends range from Hoopstar, to Speed Racer, Moonwalker and beyond.
Spring-Summer '15 vintage Hawaiian and Gaugin's Tahiti have inspired a shift into cool tones.
You will also see a surprising hold on Jewel tones coming off holiday and a balance of closely pitched low tones to create a soothingly evolved color palette. On view, a range of Blues, Greens and Purples.
The Trend Council is ready with the Swimwear trend forecast for Spring-Summer 2015. Season's swimwear evolves into a new product category for many major runway designers fueling an increase in resort, beach and swimwear trends. The biggest trends to follow are African and Moroccan influences as well as Active Sport detailing.
Fall-Winter 15/16 will explode with a makeup inspired range of pinks with a noted blue cast.
From Bubblegum to Fuchsia with Dusty Mauve in between making a surprise shift into the palette. Softer pinks embrace a more feminine sensibility.
Trend Council is a niche online forecasting service that provides valuable color and trend information to help you make accurate decisions for your business based on factual analysis by industry leaders. Trend Council focuses on the Ladies, Juniors, Mens, Young Mens, and Active markets. So, we think we can trust them and see what's coming.
The Trend Council (a niche online forecasting service that provides valuable color and trend information to help manufacturers and traders make accurate decisions for their businesses based on factual analysis by industry leaders) has announced its forecast for the women's key fashion colors Pre-Fall 2014.
Pre-Fall assortments continue to become more and more important as a major trend indicator in color for Fall 2014 Runway season and beyond.
After reviewing the Resort 2014 key colors, now let's take a look at Men's patterns for Spring-Summer 2014, summarized by Trend Council.
Men's and Young Men's pattern development continues to grow on European runways. There is both a huge push on Retro Hawaiian florals and conversationals from ditsy florals to polka spot graphics as well as more futuristic Tribal Tech and Photo Real expressions.
Today we'll take a look at the key colors for Resort 2014, according to the Trend Council.
'As we focus on seasonless merchandise, we see the designer Resort offerings becoming more important to the development cycle.
This Resort season 2014, we find a less moody color offering with saturated brings dominating the palette.', said from the Council.
So let's see...
The Trend Council is a niche online forecasting service that provides valuable color and trend information to help you make accurate decisions for your business based on factual analysis by industry leaders. So, you can rely on their forecasts.
Dear gentlemen, do not feel neglected! After we made an overview of women's fashion trends FW-14/15 the other day, now we pay attention to guys, who should also be stylish and keep up with the world fashion trends.
Women's fashion trends continued with references to the 60s and 70s, with a clear message of androgynous dressing and details of vintage men's sleepwear moved in female sportswear.