Winter 2015 Global Fashion Trends

Whilst Autumn is still upon us and Winter is just around the corner.

Summer/autumn 2015 says good bye to those sexy short skirts and singlets and hello to bright coloured knits, sexy geometric prints. Bold rich colours, feathers, even fur.

Full length tops—dresses or skirts—are also hot this winter. This year looks are there to brighten and beautify each day. Bold colors are back this season as well. 

Another trend to watch out for this year is xexy contoured knits whether your choice is to wear casually or to dress it sexy with heels, this years designers have blown us away.

Hot 2015 Winter prints like Leopard, Zebra even Skull and Bones were embraced by some of the top designers.

2015 embraced clashing textures, entwinded within the man-style tailoring and hemlines of course dominating this years Fashion Week in Melbourne. 

We saw YOUSEF AKBAR debut his Women’s Ready-to-Wear label. Jai Saunders sort inspiration from photographic portraits of traditional Russian folk costume cica 1900.

Zhivago the Western Australia based label produced stunningly goregous furtuistic designs. Beautiful Gold and Black Designs captivating all there. Co-Designers Lara Kovacevich and Lydia Tsvetnenko are by far my favourite designers at this years show a Sydney Fashion Week show. Fabulously stunning knee high heels drew you in right from the start. 

I prodict that the sky's the limit for co-designers Lydia Tsvetnenko and Lara Kovacevich. The girl's have theirs eyes set on New York and London with dreams of dressing some of the biggest A-list celebrities. After dreaming of dressing Lady Gaga were accomplished who knows what the future may hold for these two ladies, my guess is big success!!

We can't wait to see what Lydia Tsvetnenko and Lara Kovacevich create next year with their label Zhivago.

All I know is you can count me in that's or sure.

Written by Shoppa Storm of
Shoppa Storm Online Store.

30th Jun 2015

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