FashionInternational fashion trends on the rise

  • March 22, 2017
  • St. Collins Lane

With AW17 runway collections dropping around the world, we’ve rounded up the best global trends from our labels for your viewing and lusting pleasure.

NEW YORK

In the big apple, it‘s all about “Americana Cool.” New York Fashion Week brought about a wave of patriotism, from political statements to mid-west staples popping up on the runway. At the Coach 1941 show, leather fringing, studding and luxurious shearling were prominent features, with oversized varsity jackets paying homage the quintessential American identity.

COACH

LONDON

From Soho to Oxford Street, the almighty power suit is making a bold comeback. In London this season, it’s all about looking sharp and dressing the part. When it comes to suiting up, think outside of the box with subtle prints for impact. Reiss keeps it soft and feminine with this burnt rose matching set.

REISS

PARIS

The city of love is all about the sheer trend this season. But just because you’re going sheer, doesn’t mean you have to bare it all. At Zadig and Voltaire’s AW17/18 show, sheer skirts were sent down the runway with thick knitted jumpers, giving a romantic edge to the classic winter layers, teaching us that contrasting fabrics and textures add a touch of Parisian charm.

ZADIG and VOLTAIRE

TOKYO

Hitting the neon streets of Tokyo is the crisp white shirt. Reflecting the quirky and creative city itself, this classic isn’t all it seems. Reinvented in every shape and form, from layered hems to off-kilter constructions – Tokyo’s fashion forward style hits the mark.

This twill layered peplum top from Cue is the perfect way to bring a bit of this city’s style into your wardrobe. Pair it with a blazer for the workplace or some denim and loafers for the weekend. 

CUE

MELBOURNE

In Melbourne, it’s about standing out amongst the crowd, with bold prints now back and brighter than ever. Review Australia’s daring L’Hotel collection does exactly that with pieces that effortlessly combine florals with pastel pink statement pieces.

REVIEW