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Trends for Autumn-Winter 2017/18
Trends for Autumn-Winter 2017/18

From the catwalks 20 among the strongest trends that we will follow this autumn-winter.

One of the most effective slogans, in terms of memory, during the Milan Fashion Week in February was undoubtedly that of Gucci “What are we going to do with all this future? - What are we going to do with all this future? "An open question that relates to trends for theAutumn-Winter 2017/18, in turn a mirror of today's society. A company that seems to split more or less in two.

On the one hand, that sometimes obsessive search for the past, towards a story to be resumed and reworked, each according to his skills and his stylistic imprint. On the other the desire to try, test, and land on still partially unknown territories.

So, on the catwalk we saw that parade 80's galore, in the leather and in the sequins, but also those technical fabrics usually linked to brands in the sports sector. We think of contrasting the winter climate with style techniques but we also think of giving vent to the imagination and drawing women's faces on long chiffon dresses.

We have chosen the 20 trends stronger for theFW 2017/18. And after all, fashion is beautiful because it varies.

Trends for Autumn-Winter 2017/18

Artistic vibrations on the catwalks for FW 2017. From Valentino the inspiration comes from the world of design, in particular from the Memphis group, Nina Ricci and Prada, on the other hand, propose illustrations of female faces and silhouettes, the first in the form of a real portrait, the latter taking the commercial images of the 60-70s.
From the one-shoulder to the "sloping" hem, the trend is confirmed as one of the strongest. Romantic ideas of the 1920s for Lanvin, a structure designed and single-colored by Ports 1961, asymmetrical geometries for the pragmatism of Proenza Schouler.
In a moment of global crisis, (also) the catwalks have become the right opportunity to send a message. Many links to demonstrations and protests, from Public School caps and t-shirts read "Make America New York", from Prabal Gurung it is written white on black "Our Minds, Our Bodies, Our Power" and from Versace "Courage" - " Unity ".
If it seems strange to you to think of a look in white even for winter, 2017/18 is the right year to change your mind. On the catwalk we find the white from Tibi, in contrast with the black sheer stockings, from Chanel combined with a touch of glitter and from Lemaire, chic and minimal.
04_black total leather
An intense single color, given by the combination of black and leather, not very easy to wear but very cool. To propose it for the new season are Acne Studio, Haider Ackermann and Bottega Veneta.
Winter rhymes with warm and preferably soft garments. Designers think of the stylish variant and weave sweaters and dresses to give a twist to the usual sweater. The blue version is by Agnona, the gray one by Michael Kors Collection and the classic nude by Lucio Vanotti.
Technical fabrics on the catwalk. Not only practical, breathable fabrics, stolen from the world of sport, are definitely on trend. Sportmax points to the light jacket, Lacoste to the suit and Paco Rabanne to the futuristic suit.
Small and refined but also a fundamental piece of the look, the Swarovski are the element that brings light to the evening looks. Those of Alexander Wang follow the curve of the décolleté, those of the skater costumes recall those of Veronique Branquinho and define the entire top from Saint Laurent.
If there is one outerwear that is literally omnipresent on the latest catwalks, it is the hood. There are many variations, we have chosen that cavalerizza style of Hermès, the theatrical one of Alberta Ferretti and the sobriety of Dior.
More and more brands and stylists are presenting functional elements in their collections. This time it is the turn of the hood that unties its image from the classic cotton sweatshirt and lives a life of its own. Balenciaga chooses the foulard version, Pringle of Scotland the technical k-way and Céline performed with leather.
That masculine touch that immediately becomes cool if worn in the right way. Corduroy is the protagonist of the latest fashion shows, especially in the form of trousers. From the timeless classic of Margaret Howell to the hip hop mood of Marc Jacobs, up to the aristocratic style of Tory Burch.
Although the use of furs is still present on the catwalks, this season many designers have decided to mix or prefer ecological versions. Peacock blue for Anya Hindmarch, shades of green for Giorgio Armani and a plush effect (desired) for Dries Van Noten.
Never as in recent seasons have accessories, especially winter ones, become an integral, indeed fundamental, part of the look. For 2017 the protagonists are them, the gloves. Victoria Beckham proposes them in leather, in contrast with the nuances of the outfit, in knit instead those of Diesel Black Gold and in contrast with the shoulder-length dress those of Altuzarra.
That typical British style, a mix of elements of horse riding, hunting and those trench coats born and designed to counteract the rain. That style that made history, in short. On the catwalk, reinterpretations ranging from Mulberry's new wave to Vivienne Westwood's post punk to Stella McCartney's secretary dress code.
More or less pointed, they follow the return of the glorious 80s and completely turn the silhouette. From Chloé to Mugler, up to Isabel Marant.
Like stripes, polka dots are one of those prints that sometimes (often) come back, or perhaps never go straight away. From the 2017 shows we find them in the maxi version by Jacquemus, small and compact for the total look of Loewe and the 60s by Marni.
To be worn as a complement over another jacket or as a highlight of the look, stylish and useful on rainy days. To propose it to us are Miu Miu (the inevitable fur collar), Emilio Pucci with colored streaks and Calvin Klein to give new life to the outerwear.
Red, as long as it is intense. We saw it in London at Molly Goddard, in Milan at Max Mara and in Paris at DROMe. Not buying something in this shade for autumn-winter will be a mission impossible.
It reflects the light and creates new games from the movements of the fabric. The novelty lies, above all, in the colors: intense and pop. Viola is J.W. Anderson, bright pink for Gucci and light blue for Louis Vuitton.
18_soft duvet jacket
The winter season is ready to welcome them again, the warm and practical duvets. This time, however, fashion wants them soft and strictly not water resistant. They are in velvet, like the sleeveless one by Salvatore Ferragamo and Dion Lee or in chenille by MISBHV.

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