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Spring 2015 Runway Trends: White Lace

Spring 2015 Runway Trends: White Lace via Aaryn West

While lace isn’t traditionally a print trend per se, it would be remiss to overlook it as a potential goldmine when considering which Spring 2015 trends to design into. White was such an important color for this season, and quite honestly, one that we tend to overlook. But when designers find ways to embellish the simple white dress into such mesmerizingly beautiful frocks, we notice. Once again, there were so many examples to consider for this board that it was nearly impossible to narrow down our favorites! Be sure to review Marchesa, Alberta Ferretti, Blumarine, and Julien Macdonald for more inspiration on this ornate trend.

Ermanno Scervino, Roberto Cavalli, Tibi all via Style.com
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Posted by:  aaryn
In:  Trends
30 Sep 2014

Spring 2015 Runway Trends: Jungle Rhythm

Spring 2015 Runway Trends: Jungle Rhythm via Aaryn West

Tropical leaf prints have been steadily growing in popularity over the last year or so, and if you follow our Leafy pinterest board you will need no proof of this. And if the Spring runway shows have any sway, they won’t be going away anytime soon. In fact, this board was a little hard to make only because there were so many great runway designs to choose from, it was difficult to decide which to use! Check out the spring shows from Josie Natori, Tomas Maier, Nicole Miller and Matthew Williamson to get more ideas on how to approach this trend.

Osklen, Clover Canyon, Tracy Reese all via Style.com
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In:  Trends
26 Sep 2014

Spring 2015 Runway Trends: Black & White Tribal

Spring 2015 Runway Trends: Black and White Tribal via Aaryn West

While there’s nothing necessarily groundbreaking about this one, a good monochromatic tribal geometric group is essential for your Spring 2015 collection. Experiment with scale and technique for ways to keep this trend looking fresh. Check out the spring shows from L.A.M.B., Adam Lippes, Nanette Lepore, and Ulla Johnson for more great examples.

Pam & Gela, Temperley London, Tory Burch all via Style.com
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Posted by:  aaryn
In:  Trends
25 Sep 2014

Spring 2015 Runway Trends: Mod Squad

Spring 2015 Runway Trends: Mod Squad via Aaryn West

One of our absolute favorite eras in textile design turned out to be a major theme on the runway this season; the groovin’ 60s and 70s. Today we’re featuring quirky geos that would give any Mod a good flashback. For additional examples of this hip trend, check out collections from Trina Turk and Orla Kiely.

Isa Arfen, dsquared2, Libertine all via Style.com
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Posted by:  aaryn
In:  Trends
24 Sep 2014

Spring 2015 Runway Trends: Fading Flowers

Spring 2015 Runway Trends: Fading Flowers via Aaryn West

We start our extensive review of Spring 2015 runway print trends with a sweet take on the traditional spring floral. Infused with light and a touch of blur, these airy ombre fades add just enough of a modern twist to a look that never goes out of style. Be sure to check out the new collections from Carolina Herrera and Monique Lhuillier for additional examples of how to approach this trend.

Naeem Khan, Blumarine, Badgley Mischka all via Style.com
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Posted by:  aaryn
In:  Trends
23 Sep 2014