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5 Biggest Trends For Spring Summer 2018

L I L A C

LILAC

Lilac is the color of Spring 2018, so let’s say goodbye to the millennial pink. Designers like Victoria Beckham, Tibi, Michael Kors, to name a few, have used this purple hue almost everywhere from knits, suiting to evening gowns. If you want to try out this trend, try to wear head-to-toe lilac for a cool take.

C H E C K S

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This trend seems to have become seasonless. Designers certainly fell for checks and plaids for Spring Summer 2018. As seen at Balenciaga, Burberry, Victoria Beckham, Sonia Rykiel and Fendi.

P L A S T I C

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Sheer plastics were predominant on Spring Summer 2018 runways, showing up on everything from head-to-toe clothing to accessories. Last season Raf Simons covered Calvin Klein in plastic, and this season Chanel’s Karl Lagerfeld went whole-hog with the material, literally from head-to-toe. Followed by Burberry’s plastic bags, sleek trench coat at Kenzo and Fendi’s plastic dresses.

B E L T   B A G

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For Spring 2018, a number of designers looked back at the 80s and 90s, marking the comeback of the fanny pack or the belt bag. Designers like Gucci, Givenchy, Marc Jacobs, Alexander Wang and Kate Spade, to name a few, have brought renaissance to the shape making the trend cooler than ever.

T R A N S P A R E N T

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Transparent dressing stood out on the Spring ’18 runways, from statement making dresses of tulle, plastic and silk to casual-wear, as seen at Dior, Preen, Anna Sui, Giambattista Valli, Prabal Gurung.

Image Courtesy of Vogue.com

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