Tuesday, 10 February 2015

WGSN Trend Report for Autumn/Winter 2015


Rich Browns: Camel, Chocolate, Hazelnut
Outdoor & Heritage Feel
Prominent in Outerwear and Knit Categories
Camel: Classic shade being made casual; premium feel

(Source: Pintrest.com)
Prominent in Lingerie and Knitwear
Pink undertones make it an option for fur & lace

(Source: PersonalFabricDirectory.blogspot.com)
Denim Tones:Indigo Blue
A good way to update colour blocking

(Source: Pinterest.com)
Charcoal Greys
Last Season was much lighter greys; this season more about almost black greys
Masculine theme of the season

(Source: Pinterest.com)
Orange Tones
One of the seasons key brights
Perfect shade to lift darks
Will work well with the rich browns palette - 1970s influences
This shade will be seen a lot in knitwear and basics

(Source: Pintrest.com)
Greyed off pastels - Dusted Pink, Smoked Purple
Works well with fur 
Gucci had pastel fur for Pre Season

Key Items

Maxi Trench: Confirmed at Pre Fall

(Source: Glamour.com)
Sleeveless Tailored Coat: Team with Culottes

(Source: TheDailyDebrief.com)
Coloured Faux Fur

(Source: Tomboybklyn.com)
Culottes: Huge for Pre Season

WGSN Buyers Briefing takes place every season ahead of the catwalk shows and provides a future forecast as well as a summary of what is selling well now. All information for this post was taken from the WGSN Trend Forecast presented at the Pure London Trade Show. 

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