Preview Autumn/Winter 16/17

Fashion never sleeps. That’s why we jump into the H / W 16/17 and tell you the most important trends that you will wear in a year.

Yes, that is confusing. We are seasons-oriented in winter and fashionable already in spring/summer. Now the trend gods have given us a little insight into the next season and tell us what you will wear today in a year.

Artisan

Rough, earthy, relaxed: The Trend Artisan is all about tattered textiles and eclectic surfaces with a casual worker character. Shades of wood, slate, stone and terracotta work together to form the color palette. The cuts are soft, classic pieces obtained by dip-dyings and rubs a comfortable, slightly worn look. Instead of opulent and eye-catching accessories, decorations in the form of delicate pieces of jewelery and trifles occur.

Wear The Trend

The designed patchwork pattern of this coat  by Gozzip perfectly reflects the trend Artisan. He is comfortable, natural and very style conscious.

Offbeat

A wild color scheme of the Popart can be found in the Trend Offbeat (German: failed). Tomato red, poison green and mustard yellow are thrown together and produce surprising, sometimes shrill combinations.Geometric patterns result in optical illusions, partially with a 3D effect.These graphic prints break their repetitions and become playful. It is the perfect fusion of the sweet 60s with a modern seasoning.

Wear The Trend

The color of the dress by Manon Baptiste is very expressive and the color blocking fits perfectly to the offbeat trend. The straight, 60s cut stands for itself.

Elemental

The elemental trend (elementary, primordial) reflects the stormy seascape of a Turner painting. Inspired by nature, the stormy sky and the open sea, it is like a hike along the coast on a cold Sunday. Rough wool, soft yarns and heavy tweed characterize this look. The materials are partially coated with iridescent yarns, resulting in a kind of fish flake effect.

Wear The Trend

This jacket by Verpass perfectlyreflects the elemental trend. Soft wool materials and the gloomy color palette are reminiscent of a 19th century painting.

Remaster

Let yourself be inspired by the old masters, with rich, deep colors and sheer decadence. Chartreuse-green, coral, dark blue, coffee brown and fiery orange form the color palette of the Remaster-Trend. Unexpected shapes and extreme volume, especially in the sleeves, create a look reminiscent of the 17th century. Brocades and opulent decorations dominate the materials.

Wear The Trend

Looking for opulent decorations, you will  find what you are looking for at House of Magpie . This inkblue dress looks wonderfully decadent and grabs the remaster trend perfectly.

Trends That Continue To Persist

The Culotte

These trousers with very wide legs are hardly to be thought of in our wardrobe anymore this season.

Many wonder how to wear this trousers skirt right? To the Culotte see besides flowing blouses and shirts also light sweaters great. If you like it sporty, you can combine it with the Hosenrock white sneaker, but also ankle boots with a wide block heel fit perfectly.

In addition, Culottes are real figure flatterers and therefore ideal for women beyond the 38s. For women with more curves are especially high-neck models in midi length advantageous. With pointed pumps, the legs can be chewed longer and slimmer.

The Cape

The warming overlays are the perfect alternative to the coat. Whether it ‘s coarse stitched, fur-lined , fine-cut, from Tweed or Cashmere-Capes, every look gives a bit of drama.

H and V figurines are especially pleasing:

V-figures with a cape can balance their proportions excellently. One is suddenly narrower at the top and the other at the bottom rather than the other. The only prerequisite for this is that the cape should be at least hip-long, if possible longer.

H-figurines are especially appreciated because they can wear Capes without problems. It is particularly advantageous that the swinging hem gives more curves.

This culotte by navabi looks particularly noble through the fine twill, which falls soft and elegant. It can be worn both with a blouse, boots and a tweed coat, but also makes a great addition to a modern trousers suit.

This Cape of the exclusive label Manon Baptiste also stands in this sign and goes ahead with a quality, which impresses with optics and haptics.

Gallery

L’Inde Le Palais

L'Inde Le Palais

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L’Inde Le Palais – Moschino

L'Inde Le Palais - Moschino

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L’Inde Le Palais – Laneus

L'Inde Le Palais - Laneus

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L’Inde Le Palais – Amen

L'Inde Le Palais - Amen

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L’Inde Le Palais – New York Industrie

L'Inde Le Palais - New York Industrie

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L’Inde Le Palais – Amen

L'Inde Le Palais - Amen

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L’Inde Le Palais – Au jour le jour

L'Inde Le Palais - Au jour le jour

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L’Inde Le Palais

L'Inde Le Palais

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L’Inde Le Palais – P.A.R.O.S.H.

L'Inde Le Palais - P.A.R.O.S.H.

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L’Inde Le Palais – Di Liborio

L'Inde Le Palais - Di Liborio

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SANMAR

SANMAR

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L’Inde Le Palais – Valentino Garavani

L'Inde Le Palais - Valentino Garavani

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L’Inde Le Palais – Coliac

L'Inde Le Palais - Coliac

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L’Inde Le Palais – Ben Taverniti Unravel Project

L'Inde Le Palais - Ben Taverniti Unravel Project

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L’Inde Le Palais – Valentino

L'Inde Le Palais - Valentino

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L’Inde Le Palais – P.A.R.O.S.H.

L'Inde Le Palais - P.A.R.O.S.H.

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L’Inde Le Palais – Ben Taverniti Unravel Project

L'Inde Le Palais - Ben Taverniti Unravel Project

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L’Inde Le Palais – P.A.R.O.S.H.

L'Inde Le Palais - P.A.R.O.S.H.

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L’Inde Le Palais – Amen

L'Inde Le Palais - Amen

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L’Inde Le Palais – La Perla

L'Inde Le Palais - La Perla

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