The Next Cool Trend

New trends we spotted on the runway in London are really hot.


Sequins, lame, metallic glow you are seen on all the catwalks of London Fashion Week. No matter if you decide to wear them from head to toe as proposed by Ashish, or just a flash as temperley, providing there is some detail in your look. The imperative is shine!


It is no wonder that the coats are the highlight of this autumn/winter, since it’ll be cold (you know). Parades in London we saw the coolest coats ever: oversize ones. Large, big, huge, with long sleeves. The imperative is to get noticed.


The pastel shades next winter will go gangbusters. Alexander McQueen, Preen and Holly Fulton aim at soft tones, mixed with darker shades like Plum of Roskanda Ilincic. In short pastel Yes but with grit. The imperative is to defuse.


If you’re the kind of person who spends hours in front of the wardrobe, crushed by indecision, among dozens of options all rigorously black, this trend will like. The black from head to toe is one of the strongest trends seen in London for next winter. Daks, Felder Felder and Simone Rocha made it very interesting and creative. The imperative is rework.


This is not “Flocculent” (if the petals are petalosi why would the flakes cannot be Flocculent? To speak) from first communion but structured and unusual flakes. Topshop proposes them tiny, tied around the neck or over the top as from Roskanda, from Preen are big and bold. The imperative is decorated with bows.


After the coat, the strong trend in outerwear for next winter is the hood. On the catwalk there were hoods of all kinds. From Alexander McQueen’s XXL, from Gareth Pugh Ethereal. The camel colored hood will undoubtedly be a must-have of the season. The imperative is incappucciarsi.


Ruffles, but also ruffles and waves that move the fabric to make it vibrate. Peter Pilotto gowns and sleeves of camis from Roksanda: super! J.w. Andersen opened the dances by proposing tiered skirts and polo collar with ruffles.