4 Trends & Inspirations A/W 2015/16

Today I have a very interesting video for you featuring four fashion & lifestyle trends for A/W 2015/16 curated by Italian designer Frank La Mendola. You’ll watch loads of visual inspiration from the catwalks paired with images from art, photography, architecture and other disciplines that you give you a comprehensive all over look&feel of these four trends:


2-4 were pretty familiar to me. Actually if you see the image on 3:24, you can see a lot of similarity to the post on tribal design I was writing a few days ago.

But n#1 has been a discovery, and I am curious to see how fashion will rub off the EAST RANGES on other disciplines. May be we’ll see medal prints in home decor? Or medal decorations/pins on cushions? Any other idea? G, x

How about some extra inspiration?

2 Responses

  1. Hi Gudy!

    thank you for sharing this so interesting video, what a discovery!

    I’ve enjoyed all trends, but I would highlight the clever use of green: I think that changing it into Shiny Green will make it more appealiing to young ones.

    Isabel de Y.

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