Fashion Trends Autumn Winter

Next Fashion trends 2015

‘70S WITHOUT THE SHOW | All the best elements of the disco decade’s fashions have been freshly plucked for the runway—pelvis-gripping flares and oversize shirt collars not included. Telltale ’70s color combos in warm chestnuts, russets and maroons characterized looks from Italian labels Marni and Boglioli, while Gucci offered up a pinstripe-jacket-and-silk-foulard ensemble that was pure pimp (in a good way). From left: Marni, Gucci and Boglioli …

UN-PREPPY PATCHWORK | With coats in sophisticated patchwork patterns, designers offered subdued alternatives to the WASPY mix-of-madras-plaids blazer (that noisy classic). The options ranged from perfect party looks, like Fendi’s tweed mélange and a tuxedo mashup by Junya Watanabe, to sporty outerwear from Dries Van Noten appropriate for particularly stylish fall tailgating. From left: Junya Watanabe, Kolor, Fendi, Valentino and Dries Van Noten Comme des Garçons (Junya Watanabe)

LARGE AND IN CHARGE | While sharp tailoring will never go out of style, this season designers loosened up, creating easy separates in oversize silhouettes. There were supple long coats from the likes of London label E. Tautz—perfect for layering over chunky sweaters—and military-inspired jackets like this cargo number, from Lemaire, that will put you in command of any room you enter. From left: Calvin Klein Collection, Ami, E. Tautz, Lemaire and Lanvin …

ONESIE FITS ALL | This fall, you can finally fulfill your ‘Top Gun’ fantasies of getting dressed by simply putting on one piece of clothing. The runways were ambushed with cool, aviator-style jump- suits including Kenzo’s army-green iteration. The more understated all-in-ones—Hermès’s rich navy tartan get-up, for example—could pass for a suit at a glance, and are ideal for a winter dinner in the city (and the chilly walk home). From left: Louis Vuitton, Kenzo and Hermès …

EARLS OF GRAY | No, we’re not going to make a stupid joke about ‘Fifty Shades of Grey.’ We’re just going to tell you about the distinguished array of gray suiting heading your way for fall. Something for every kind of gentleman walked the runways, including plush casual blazers, from Emporio Armani, and more formal suit styles, such as Bottega Veneta’s silver double-breasted beauty. From left: Hermès, Emporio Armani and Bottega Veneta …

CORDUROY CLUB | Wide-wale corduroy in all kinds of colors and styles lent the fall collections collegiate charm. Top of the class were Dunhill’s preppy mustard trousers and Bottega Veneta’s gray pea coat, worn on the runway over dorm-friendly sweats. Among the more professorial looks: this grass-green suit from Umit Benan. Whether the cords you choose skew more freshman or faculty-member, they’ll be just as comfortable as they are cool. From left: Umit Benan, Dunhill and Bottega Veneta …

NOW SHEAR THIS | Models were bundled up in beefy shearling jackets from London to Paris. Some houses offered classic interpretations of the mega-warm stalwart, like Neil Barrett’s latte-colored coat. Other brands walked on the wilder side: Burberry showed a blueberry button-up, while Coach marched out a cozy, army-green version. No matter what variety you invest in next winter, the effect will be slightly reminiscent of Ryan O’Neal and his signature shearling from ‘Love Story’—never a bad thing. From left: Neil Barrett, Burberry Prorsum and Coach

Source: www.wsj.com
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