Bern: History repeats itself, and the fashion”>fashion industry is surely a proof.
And as the fashion”>fashion trends recycle themselves, the dashing 1980s remain unbroken with clothing and accessories inspiring that period graced nearly every runway during fashion”>fashion week.
According to media reports, bright colours, light-wash jeans, fanny packs or pantsuits, it was all about reliving ’80s’ biggest and boldest styles this spring season.
PANTSUITS: Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton could be credited to bring the pantsuits in fashion”>fashion, who made it the biggest trend this spring.
Major brands like Gucci and Dior showcased matching trouser sets on the runway bringing the style back in fashion”>fashion. Where on one hand the Gucci versions were bright and patterned, the Dior looks are more sophisticated.
PUFFY SHOULDERS: Neutral blouses with either huge shoulders or puffy sleeves were a common sight at the runway this time. Simple blouses with either huge shoulders or puffy sleeves were visible in the collection of Designers like Isabel Marant.
SNEAKERS: Chunky, platform sneakers paired with both skirts and ballgowns ruled the runway and were seen at the show of various designers including Louis Vuitton.
FANNY PACKS: Fanny Packs or ‘belt-bags’ which was much in fashion”>fashion in 20’s also made a comeback, with designers like Balenciaga with their sleek, modern interpretations.
BELTS: Thick, chunky belts are back, which was replaced by a thin is back in trends. Donned over skirts, dresses, even puffer jackets, this trend is surely here to stay.
BRIGHT COLORS: Bright, bold spring colours were a common sight at the runway, especially with designer Versace. Neon hues, with block patterns, were also a very popular sight.
TUCKED-IN SHIRTS: The era of the tucked-in-shirt is back. Both men and women fashion”>fashion shirts were tucked in this year show.
PURPLE: The bright, funky is trending again, this spring season. (ANI)