Friday, March 2, 2012

6 Trends For Winter 2013


Peplum

Skirts with a shorter second layer on top, called the peplum, returned to the scene with the parade of summer 2011 (catwalk in September 2010) of Jil Sander (the one with the colorful skirts used with white t-shirt cutting and minimal). In winter 2012 (submitted in March 2011), Giambattista Valli put modeling on the catwalk look in a pink skirt + top cashmere red ended up in the red carpet with Emma Stone. In winter 2013, Burberry, Mary Katrantzou and David Koma (see above) were some of the brands that have invested in the effect of extra leave. Caution: the silhouette achieved with the play does not favor women wide hips.



Tartan

Everything to do with London, the patterning appeared on the catwalks of McQ, Alexander McQueen second mark (famous for ever use - and well - the tartans), Clements Ribeiro and JW Anderson, to name a few.


Fur

Fur: not worth the PETA protest, coats (and vests, and collars) skin remain darlings of the closet fashionista, just look at the looks of streetstyle in the door of the parades and the runway itself. New for winter 2013 are colorful, not like the Gucci and Prada of other stations, but with a mix of colors, as in Moschino Cheap and Chic (above, left). And Matthew Williamson.


Bomber Jacket

Bomber jacket: forget the bikers. The winter of 2013 will be like bomber jackets, with cuffs, collar and elastic bar, proof that the sport is still in vogue. Who did Jonathan Saunders, Roksanda Ilincic and Mulberry.


Floral Prints

Floral: pattern in certain seasons of summer, the flowers also gain the catwalks this winter 2013. Full of personality, appear metallic embroidered on fabric, as in Christopher Kane, Erdem in ultracolorido, b & w and popped in Jonathan Saunders.


Art déco

Art deco: 20 years dominated the catwalks of summer 2012 with the tubular silhouette and fringe flapper type (just remember the parade of Gucci). In London, the Art Deco aesthetic movement that arises in the middle of the decade, pointed to the creation of many designers, who have invested in graphic prints and silhouettes incremented in their collections. David Koma, Holly and Peter Pilotto Futton are some examples. (ROSANE RIBEIRO, London).

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