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Dark Wonder PT2 – A/W 18

Here is the second part of the Dark Wonder Vision for A/W 18, check the trends to see what’s coming on the runways next Winter.




Lustrous liquid-look bronze tones have a molten quality eith sculpted forms. The look is minimalist and has subtle sheen. Ovoid shoulders create elegant curves on easy jackets, while slim, long-sleeved structured dresses feature glittering, eye catching finishes.




Encrusted surfaces feature layers of metallic sequins and miniature crystals on easy-wear items such as the shirt dress. Designs tread the line between man made and natural. The overall look is futuristic and statement-making, but also remains commercial.



Devore, jacquard and brocade fabrics are fused together in one garment to create an overt sense of opulence. The high-end, more-is-more aesthetic is supported by rich tones and metallic threads.

Source Text: WGSN  

Spring/Summer 18: Shoe Trend Forecast Women

Today we introduce you two more women shoe trends for SS18, incorporated in the Kinship Vision. Check them bellow and find the details of each one.


As the act of discovery becomes intertwined with notions of wealth and luxury, space exploration will inspire a new take on sci-fi themes. Use metallic surfaces and plastic materials to put a sci-fi spin on core items, and tap into the trend for comfort with stretch materials and easy-to-wear profiles such as the block or wedge.



As the focus on wellness becomes more mainstream , so does the focus on materials that are deemed to benefit. Mineral formations evolve the trend for marble-effect materials and offer a commercial update for embellishment and detail. For a more directional look, consider using these materials for features heels.



The commercial appeal of minimalist styles remains strong, but as consumers reject the mass-produced in favor of the small-scale, a rustic quality will be key to ensuring their future appeal. Combine raw edges, crepe soles and natural leathers with wrapped ties, elasticated toplines and ruched constructions.

Source Text: WGSN