Ganesh, Indian Elephants and East Indian prints are making their rounds around the fashion community. From embroidery to screen prints, we are seeing more and more of them come this Fall and Winter 2014.
They may not be groundbreaking, but they will forever be considered the embodiment of spring, familiar yes, but never falling far from extraordinary. Around this time of the year, you can always count on a full floral fantasy to assure a smooth transition between seasons and this spring is no different. With the vintage take on florals, 2014 fashion trends mark the new dawn of femininity.
Digital prints are a perfect example for when fashion and art combine. Bold and beautiful photographs are being seen on the runway, especially for Fall/Winter 2014. Shown here are digital prints at Mary Katrantzou, Manish Arora and Antonio Marras.
This nature inspired floral lace with crochet is a perfect fabric for the hot Summer.
This ethnic fabric is inspired by many different ethnicities and cultures. Mix in a bit of Mexican “poncho” style colors and some Navajo, and Voilà!
Most people think of the 80’s or of raves when they hear of “neon colors”, but thanks to top designers, neon colors are coming back-in a good way. Bright pinks, neon glowing greens, electric blues and yellows are all part of the Neon family. Neons compliment stripes and solids, as well as patterns.