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Carlin creative trend bureau - Milano and Paris: our analysis - Catwalks F-W 2016-17

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Rarely the difference in style has been so remarkable between the beginning of the shows in NY and the end one month later in Paris. The dark ambiance of the Big Apple catwalks has been lighted-up by the fashion-pleasure of Milano and the creative surges of Paris, driven by the emergence of a new designer generation.

Edgy Street

The considerable impact of the Vêtements collective, the Off-White presentation of Virgil Abloh and the emergence of edgy labels like Koché have largely contributed to get things moving and underline the creative leadership of Paris:


KOCHE Photo Luca Tombolini Vogue Runway



OFF-WHITE Photo KimWestonArnold Vogue Runway


VETEMENTS Photo Luca Tombolini Vogue Runway


This meeting at the top of streetwear and Parisian luxury is one of the key points of this season, probably the most avant-garde one.

Get Sporty

The sporty references are still important this season, in a more graphic and colorful version and items sometimes directly taken from sports like at Balenciaga and Vuitton, or by twisting the house codes like at Courrèges:


BALENCIAGA Photo Monica Feudi Vogue Runway



COURREGES Photo Monica Feudi Vogue Runway



LOUIS VUITTON Photo KimWestonArnold Vogue Runway


To be noted that at Balenciaga, the presence of the ski-pants (also found at Marni) and that already panics the whole fashion planet.

Happy-Arty Chic

In Milano, this orientation made out of vibrant colors and dynamic contrasts takes a more dressy direction, half in between the bourgeoise and the artist, central stylistic device of Italian fashion.


EMILIO PUCCI Photo Monica Feudi Vogue Runway



MARNI Photo KimWestonArnold Vogue Runway



MSGM Photo Alessandro Garofalo Vogue Runway


This trend also helps to renew the color blocking by juxtaposing the patterns.

Fashion Geek

This color appetite that characterizes this Milanese fashion season, is also done in a more out of sync, slightly geek way, made of unusual associations for a retro-experimental that confirms Carlin’s  « Reboot » trend.


GUCCI Photo Yannis Vlamos Vogue Runway



MARCO DI VINCENZO Photo Yannis Vlamos Vogue Runway



N.21 Photo Yannis Vlamos Vogue Runway


A touch of humor and a juvenile approach, that contrasts with the other important trend of the Italian collections: the dark romanticism.

Romantic Black

Black, frills, a touch of transparency, for silhouettes with a 1900 inspiration, slender and romantic, but treated with a twisted touch, which makes them contemporary, avoiding therefor the historical literal pitfall.


DSQUARED2 Photo Monica Feudi Vogue Runway



FENDI Photo Yannis Vlamos Vogue Runway



GIAMBATISTA VALLI Photo Yannis Vlamos Vogue Runway


This trend of dark poetry took off already last autumn-winter season and seems to be continued.

Glamazone

Opposite to this trend with gothic touches, one can find a contemporary vestal silhouette, combining radicalism and glamour and showing distinct proportions
and sparkles of gold:


GIVENCHY Photo Monica Feudi Vogue Runway



LOEWE Photo Marcus Tondo Vogue Runway



VERONIQUE LEROY Photo Luca Tombolini Vogue Runway


An impressive fashion, oscillating between day and night, following Carlin’s « Megalomania » trend.
 
Paris is burning !

Paris has always had a tropism for the 80’s, its accentuated glamour, its nightlife imaginary. Especially this season, the « couture » presentation of Hedi Slimane at Saint Laurent has left its mark, while Kenzo and Isabel Marant evoke in their ways the Palace years:


ISABEL MARANT Photo KimWestonArnold Vogue Runway



KENZO Photo Yannis Vlamos Vogue Runway



SAINT LAURENT Photo KimWestonArnold Vogue Runway


A trend mostly done in black-fuchsia-red with a touch of lamé… so eighties!
A nice confirmation of Carlin’s « Distractions » and the festal Parisian imaginary.

By Thomas Zylberman - CARLIN CREATIVE TREND BUREAU

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