Yearly fashion trends.

The future of Scandinavian Design

What is Scandinavian design, and more importantly, what does the future hold for it? From footwear to furniture, we wanted to find out how current brand leaders in the field perceive Scandinavian design in the present day; how they approach it; how they balance market needs and trends with ingrained, decades-old principles; and what the future holds. To find the answers, we headed to Copenhagen, Denmark. Read the full report after the break.

Pantone’s spring 2012 colours

Cementing what we’ve been saying about warm, bright colours sitting against shades that you might expect of a year’s cooler months, Pantone have released their report on the colour trends for next year’s spring / summer. The report names 10 top colours that will influence women’s spring 2012 fashion, touching on precisely the types of optimistic citrus and soft floral hues we’ve been seeing all…

The future of denim

Denim is so integral to today’s fashion industry that it’s difficult to imagine it getting any bigger. But, it is. In fact, denim looks set to become an increasingly significant aspect of fashion over the next few years, and, possibly, even over the next few decades. In a recent press release, Premiere Vision announced it had “broken a new attendance record” for its Paris “Denim”…

Burnt colours: statement hues for now

They’re the colours for now and they’re the colours for next season. And between now and then, just about every label and retailer will offer something up in a burnt shade of colour that sits somewhere between red and yellow. That means that this is a burnt colour trend is inclusive of orange, a burnt hue that Acne have picked up on.

Spring 2012 colour trends for Japan

It happens every year: we get a comment or an e-mail stating how our summary of a season’s colour trends includes “every colour.” That’d be accurate criticism if we included each of 10 million colours that humans can see; but we don’t. What we do, however, is summarise the colour trends for different materials and different parts of the world. After all, what’s chique for…

Spring 2012 fashion trends

Spring / summer 2012 is upon us. With it we welcome new fashion, say good bye to old, and indulge in new statement pieces and fashion trends. And, as we do each season, Fashionising.com is here to take you through all of it. Read on for all our coverage of spring 2012 fashion. If you’d like to keep up to date with all of the…

The Great Gatsby: return of 20s fashion

In the not too distant future a new interpretation of The Great Gatsby will grace our cinema screens, and with it will come a renewed interest in 1920s fashion. With the new film, TV series from the same era, and society’s attempts to move away from the austerity of recent years, there could be something of the perfect storm. As such, Fashionising.com is looking at…

Fashion trends in 2012

Even though the year isn’t over, most of 2011’s trends have come be to defined. As such, we can already get a good feel for some of the elements that we’ll carry through into next year as fashion trends. After the break you’ll find the beginning of a list of those trends, including the elements that will come to influence their formation. If you’d like…

Spring 2012 color trends

Even as the fall collections left the runway, we were already looking to get a glimpse into the following warmer seasons. Yes, we’re talking about the foundation of any season’s collections: the colours and hues that underlie them, shape them, and eventually come to define them. And even though we’re still guiding you through spring’s and autumn / fall’s fashion trends for 2011, that doesn’t…

Fall 2011 colour trends: Autumn / Winter 2011

It’s time to gaze into the crystal ball and take a look at the colour trends that will sit as a part of autumn / fall 2011 fashion trends. Understandably what we’re seeing so far is largely aspirational: a year’s colour trends are always less about particular styles and more about evoking the imagination. This list of autumn / fall 2011 colour trends will be…

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