Any fashionista loves when fashion week comes along. Twice a year you get to indulge in the designers’ latest offerings for Autumn/Winter and Spring/Summer collections.
From New York City to London to Milan to Paris; the four fashion capitals of the world are a playground to the finest fabrics, the most innovative designs
However, the only problem is; not everybody has a designer bank account. We can’t all afford these stunning pieces. Thus, our only option is to sit back, admire and dream. Well, that was our only option… until now!
With Gerard Darel clothing you can bring catwalk inspired pieces to your wardrobe for a small price. All clothing items are of high quality and on-trend, yet the only difference is the cost. Read on to discover the trends found on the catwalk which can also be found with a low price tag too…
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This season it is all about being loud and proud when it comes to clothing and more specifically prints. We saw graphic prints emulated in a number of different ways in the Spring/Summer 2019 collections.
Mary Katrantzou brought colorful and creative to the equation by cleverly incorporating banknotes into one of her dresses, whilst Marc Jacobs kept it more main stream with animal print.
Other designers who rocked this trend include Holly Fulton and Belgian fashion favorite Dries Van Noten.
Pencil skirts ooze femininity and sensuality. This is a trend is for the real ladies of the bunch, yet because the fabric shows off the body perfectly there is also that hint of seductiveness too.
This creates the perfect blend and is the reason why Christopher Kane, Roland Mouret, Erdem, and Burberry Prorsum incorporated pencil skirts into their collections.
All played on the femininity of the trend with pretty pink pastel colors. This is apart from Roland Mouret and Burberry Prorsum who went for dramatic and dazzling with a stark red.
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Other designers who followed suit with the crisp and clean style were Alexander Wang, Jill Stuart, Prabal Gurung, and Jil Sander.
The next trend is one that instantly makes your mind wonder to taking a trip to outer space. Sheen metallic fabric was all over the runway this summer and thus if the moon sounds more appealing than Marbella this is the trend for you.
Jonathan Saunders was undoubtedly the master of this trend at London Fashion Week from sheen skirts to panelled dresses; he showcased how versatile metallic magic can be.
In addition to this, other designers who used this exciting trend include; Diane von Furstenberg, Christian Dior, Burberry Prorsum, Mary Katrantzou and Viktor & Rolf.
And finally, fluorescent is back in fashion for another season. This is a summer style that will never fall out of favor. It is bright, bold and looks fantastic against a glowing tan.
A lot of designers teamed their neon piece with a sheer and lightweight item of clothing; this creates the perfect contrast and evens out the attire beautifully.
This is exactly how Antonio Berardi emulated the look. Other fans include Osman, Oscar de la Renta, Simone Rocha, and House of Holland.