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AW 20/21: 9 Ways to Fuchsia All Day Long! #Styling

“This Autumn Winter 20-21, catch the blend of Pink and Purple all around!! Bold Fuchisa is frolicking through the streets. So, are you ready to style up to this dare?” There were all eyes on this trend, thanks to Halpern’s show this season, where Fuchsia generously stood out. While Halpern’s Fuchsia and textured green pantsuit and Shrimps’ all fuchsia Victorian gown caught attention; Alberta Ferretti’s Fuchsia accessorizing and Pamella Roland’s feminine structure were absolute passion!!  Talk about the celeb town? The sky had to be eye-blinkingly bright with the pink love all over! Be it, Zendaya, swooning the red carpet with her awe-inspiring Fuchsia look or Taylor Swift’s all-time bold pink love. From Sophie Turner, Doja Cat, & Ariel Winter, to Priyanka Chopra, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Kajal Agarwal & Ananya Panday, this hot hue is ruling the artists’ ensembles. When the globe is painted with this slaying hot pink, let’s…

AW 20/21: Feelin’ Fuchsia #TrendAlert

We’re in a Fuchsia state of mind this Autumn-Winter 2020/21 and there’s no stopping this takeover! So are you ready to bold it up?! Winter just got a whole lot fearless with a vibrant Pink-Purple add-on that has us swooning. While AW is the season of rainy days, cloudy skies and a bunch of neutrals, there was a surprise all set to explode. The staples of the seasons saw a more confident, mature and a passion-for-pink style statement that had the runways, well, painted in Pink. Top to Fuchsia Creating new winter energy, Fuchsia took over all the ramps and runways in a head-to-toe, silky and gown formats. From pleated gowns, floor-length shirt dresses and a flamboyant textured green pantsuit pair up, Halpern checked for the tick boxes. Shrimps, on the other hand, took a more 1930s route with cowl necklines, flared dresses and yes, pearl necklaces. Alejandra Alonso Rojas’s…

AW 20/21: Go EXTRA on Fringe! #TrendAlert

This all new edgy and swinging trend is the new talk of the town! Fringes are back this season with an EXTRA something in its flow! Being one of the most iconic styles of the Gatsbian decade, fringes caught the limelight with the Charleston dress. Well, one thing is for certain, that “Fringe” never really got out of trend! From western-inspired fringe jackets to dresses that have a reminiscent feel of the 1920s flapper, fringes are all over and everywhere. Contemporary designers and street style’s elite, this season seems to be all-the-more willing to give it a more thoughtful touch and turn, bringing clever accents to all trims! Fringe-tastic Floor! With the Autumn-Winter 2020/21 collections on the ramps and other OTT platforms, the Extra-long fringes were ready to tell their ‘tales’ (pun intended). Designers like Daniel Lee for Bottega Veneta took the trend with all-the-more whimsical play in mind. Meanwhile,…

AW 20/21: The Mood of the Winter Blooms! #TrendAlert

There’s a new fashion takeover in town – florals with a hint of dark! From black backgrounds to multi-coloured florals, there’s a whole lotta print for your winter mood. Glasual – Glamourous and Casual, is the new way to define the floral trend of the season. With micro prints to OTT ones, all florals are in and nothing is left out. With a little French inspiration and a tinge of 70s botanicals, there’s colour, there’s detail and the tinge of Summer for all Autumn mornings! The Look-At-Me Floral Fashion Florals were taking on an edgy look this season with a timeless touch. While Dries van Noten added bold floral shades to velvet fabrics, Rodarte was true to their feminine style. With metallic fabrics, straight pants and head-to-toe flowers, there was a retro call-out that you couldn’t miss. Richard Quinn’s collection had all the mini-dresses and gowns that would definitely have…

AW 20/21: For the Love of Bows! #TrendAlert

Bow & Breezy is the new in thing! This Autumn-Winter 2020, bows are back in the game and with a whole innocent lookout! From women wearing hair bows in the Victorian era to OTT bows of 2018, this trend has gone back and forth on style over the years. Be it 1940s, when teenage girls wore it as a sign of surmounting femininity or the cushiony large posh bows of the 1980s – bows have been a part of fashion since forever. And yet, this season they are here with a new take! The Bow Squad! Bowing to the playful feel of bows, this season the ramps were packed with knots, ribbons and whatnots! Designers were not only placing bows on top of hats but also adding them to dresses as neckties, tulle additions and more. Christopher Kane added the bling to bows with his retro meets mod vibe while…

AW 20/21: All Toned Down to Earth! #TrendAlert

Make way for Earth tones, cause there’s nothing more classic than that! Think beige, mahogany. sandstone, toffee or coffee – there’s a new neutral palette to try out! We’re way into the post-pandemic world and safety and comfort are the new keywords for us all. And fashion too took its inspiration from just that. Walking the path of ‘less is more’ and ‘simple is the new stand-out’, it was time to embrace the timelessness of the Earth colours. Earthy, Head-to-Toe Celebrating the shades of the Earth, the global ramps and runways had the new head-to-toe look for all day, any day. While Acne Studios was playing with velvet, ribbed knits and tie-dye effects to add textures, Boss took a more formal route. With boots, trench coats, blazers and skirts, there was an Earthy edition set to work. Burberry and Fendi, on the other hand, were getting ready for winter with…

AW 20/21: Add a Little Prep in Your Step! #TrendAlert

Are you ready to add a little prep and pep to your winter?! This Autumn-Winter 2020, shirts, plaid skirts and ties are back in fashion – that too in a pulled-up socks form. It’s THE uniform for the season! Childhood remains the core of this season’s theme and with it, designers are revising their own school days and the uniform of the past. Somewhere between maturity and innocence, this trend is about colouring in between the lines and also a little outside. The rebel to the strict and the experimental to the uniform, it’s the new style modus operandi. Cool Campus Looks It’s fun, it’s colourful and more than that, it’s taking us back to the good old days. When play hours were mandatory, exams were the worst and that was all the care in the world. Capturing the essence of our childhood, Thom Browne’s collection was the perfect depiction…

AW 20/21: The Art of Childhood Dress-Up! #TrendAlert

Childhood dreams, dramatic youth…our latest trend inspiration is a throwback to the days gone by! A little nostalgia and a lot of Doll drama, here’s what’s new! A significant theme for Autumn-Winter 2020/21 was Childhood that depicted the aspiration of returning back to the innocence, the fun ad the demure of being a young woman. From a biker look to Victorian-styled dolls, it was a game of style, and there was no wrong way! This trend had its roots set into the styles of the British monarchy and the Victorian styles. With corsets, Madame Pompadour inspired outfits – frills and ruffles were synonymous to this trend. After all the romantic renaissance affair, Goth took a turn for dolls during the 1990s. With a mysterious vibe and black additions, there was a doll dress-up for all looks. Dreamy Dolls All the love for Dolls was visible on the ramps and runways.…

AW’20: Check It All Out! #TrendAlert

Checks checks everywhere…and cross-checks to play with! Kicking off the Autumn-Winter 2020/21 season, checks are making a comeback and in all it’s head-to-toe versions and more! Check it out was surely the call of the season, with the print showing off it’s sleek, structured silhouettes in tones of two. A style inspiration that comes from Cher’s style in Clueless, this maverick pattern is part preppy and part punk. From being mainstream to being associated with Hip Hop, this trend combines the nostalgia of the past with the look of the future. Cross-Hatched Connections While checks were busy bringing back all the feels, the designers too were raging on it. From bright tones to monochrome hues, this trend was taking a turn towards workwear and doing so in style. The Brock Collection added on print ruffles, slit skirts and contrasting belts, while Miu Miu showcased diagonal checks and metallic additions. Preen…

SS ’20: Make a Babydoll Statement! #TrendAlert

Think comfy, think breezy, think short and sweet! Closing the Spring-Summer 2020, Babydoll is in, in all its lace, ruffle and fun-filled format! Babydoll dresses first appeared in 1942, thanks to Sylvia Pedlar, when America saw a fabric-shortage during World War 2, and the rest, as they say, became history! Babydoll gained popularity in 1956 when a movie named Baby Doll came out with Carroll Baker playing the role of a 19-year old nymphet. Paving its way for clothing for adults, it was the era of the ‘kinderwhore’ look that defined the lingerie in the 90s. Easy Breezy, Soft & Sassy! Taking the sensuous yet breezy route, the ramps were filled with the Babydoll vibes. With short dresses, ruffles, deep necklines and flowy fabrics, it was a whole lotta feminine affair to fall for. The Brock Collection reminded us of detailings that are essential. With bows, ruffles and flared dresses,…

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