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- 17th May 2011
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It’s a revival that some of us didn’t expect (or want) to ever see again. It’s loud, proud and apparently, it’s selling.
Pants or trousers, call them what you choose, are very much in the spotlight at the moment. Right off the back of our wide leg trend last week, we offer you… the printed pant.…
- 11th May 2011
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Girls with cankles, rejoice! After seasons of endless tapered trousers and sprayed on slacks, AW10/11 finally marked a turning point for pants. The trend sparked a revival that has carried over to the SS11 and AW11/12 collections (yet to hit stores).
With everyone from Thierry Mugler to Topshop creating their very own version of the wide to SUPER wide trouser trend, we wanted to see which styles were selling out fast and which were doomed for discount.…
- 6th May 2011
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Although Christopher Kane’s SS11 collection is just as fitting for having sparked the lace trend we covered last week, the acid hues marked something of a turning point for neon. While a number of SS11 collections featured various highlighter inspired tints as accents and embellishments, including Miu Miu and Proenza Schouler, the young Scot was the first to fully commit.…
- 28th Apr 2011
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An ancient art is revived, and revitalized. The SS11 shows sparked a major resurgence for lace and according to The Wall Street Journal, after a number of tough years for the artisans of the industry, their fortunes have changed and they can’t keep up with demand. There is nothing old fashioned about lace this season though, with traditional white and cream out the door, making way for new generation designs in a rainbow of hues.…
- 20th Apr 2011
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Cherry prints should remain the domain of toddlers, teens and everything in between. Well, that’s our theory anyway, but like all manner of fruit this season, cherries have been an apparent hit. Designers from high end to high street have plastered the fruit over summer dresses and accessories. But we wanted to find out whether the trend was really selling, and if so – who was buying into it.…
- 14th Apr 2011
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Temperatures are rising and hems are falling, but all with the press surrounding maxi skirts, telling consumers to ‘go long’ and ‘drop your hem and raise your style quotient’, what is the business behind the trend?
We tracked and charted the mentions of Maxi Skirts on blogs and Twitter since the SS11 shows last September and while the sentiment remained fairly steady, there is obvious growth in the amount of buzz online – click the graph to enlarge;
While maxi lengths have long been considered a summer staple, the style has undoubtedly kicked it up a gear recently, with neon hues proving some of the most popular styles.…