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Resort 2018: 10 trends from the new collections
Resort 2018: 10 trends from the new collections

From increasingly wide trousers to bright colors, here are the trends in pre-collections

Think for the winter period, between winter and spring, the Resort collections take on an increasingly crucial importance in the ready-to-wear fashion panorama.

We followed the Resort 2018 and identified 10 trends to be noted and kept in mind for the next few months.

Vitamin orange


Among the most intense colors of the palette, discovered in more recent years, it is a cyclical catchphrase, it disappears and then returns. The proposals are those of (from left) Oscar de la Renta, Emilia Wickstead And Victoria Beckham.

The complete tartan


The versions are many, from the sporty and revisited silhouette of Fendi to the 70s model of Ermanno Scervino, up to the lightness and the very high waist of Antonio Marras. The size of the paintings, then, is a characteristic to be chosen carefully, as well as its shades.

Sports inspiration


If we had to choose a trend that could define the second decade of the 2000s, it would undoubtedly be sport. Details, fabrics and silhouettes stolen from the world of technical and fitness are the protagonists of these years and seasons of fashion.

For the Resort 2018 to choose the trend there are Valentino, Ports 1961 And Prada.

The trousers with maxi flare


Ever wider background: the 70s vibes don't seem to want to disappear, at least not for the moment. Declined in pastel and at the same time lively colors, we find them from Ellery, Adeam and in the lunar version, in silver, from Chloé.

Pure white


Pure, intense and delicate. Givenchy chooses it as the color for the entire collection, while Paco Rabanne And Jil Sander create a balanced mix with ivory.

The tropical print


Colorful or basic, sober and sometimes cold. The tropical print is among the most varied and returns to be talked about and does so through the collections of Versace, Alberta Ferretti and Erdem.

Total denim


It is carried from head to toe, shoes and bag included if desired. MSGM relies on a logged version, Tibi with dark denim and contrast stitching, while Monse presents top, skirt and boots, all in combination.

The far west


It may have been the HBO Westworld series, or the evolution of the total look to combine with the already highly rated Texan boots, but the new Resorts look to the West, towards the dear Far West.

Dior paraded in the desert, Moschino plays with irony and Louis Vuitton points to futurism.

The logo mania


It can incorporate the logo and the name of the brand, or simply be a statement decoration, designed and created with an impactful font.

The logo, understood in this sense, is experiencing a second life, even for established brands. From Christopher Kane passing through Gucci And Versus Versace.

Monochrome look


From cooler to warm colors: the idea of ​​wearing the same nuance declined from head to toe is an inevitable trend, according to the Resort collections.

From the left the intense blue of Pringle of Scotland, the clearest one of Sportmax and the lilac of Stella McCartney.

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