5 Spring Fashion Trends:
The Slip Dress
The slip dress is back for Spring 2016, reinvented with sheer chiffon, scalloped lingerie lace, and layered over fine knits. The slip dress has been spotted at the Saint Laurent, Pucci, and Celine 2016 fashion shows.
Colorful Prints & Patchwork
Vivid colors, patchwork and graphic effects have been seen on the runways of Christopher Kane, Balmain and Gucci. There’s an exciting and vibrant color palette this upcoming season reminiscent of urban design, travel and nostalgia.
Romantic vibes and ruffles are a key trend in 2016 Spring Fashion seen on the runways of Michael Kors, Miu Miu, and Roberto Cavalli. This season, ruffles are being layered in a subtle and feminine way, showing loose trims and delicate details.
Whether its high-rise, low rise or wide leg, the trouser trend has been spotted all over the Spring 2016 runways for Derek Lam and Tibi. The NYFW runways showcased classic, simple and dressier versions of trousers varying in length and shape. Perfect for the office or a night out with the girls!
Vintage Inspired Accessories
Vintage-inspired gold and silver accessories are emerging for Spring 2016. Chain links, buckles and hardware are revealing a post-modern apocalyptic mood, seen on the runways of Chanel, Givenchy and Balenciaga.
5 Spring Beauty Trends
Statement Lips are big this season, showing vibrant shades of crimson, pink, orange and even gold at Prada Spring 2016. Many designers such as Celine and Jason Wu combined fresh bare faces with a bold lip.
Shades of Blue
Shades of Blue in make-up are rolling out for Spring 2016. Electric blue, teal, cobalt liners and eye shadows were seen all over the runways at Marc Jacobs, Philip Lim, Hugo Boss this season.
Bronze & Warm Tones
Bronze and warm tones in make-up have been a huge trend on the runway shows for Spring 2016. Balmain runways captured bronzed and highlighted looks, while Tommy Hilfiger brought in radiance and sun-kissed skin.
Braids and Twists
The most seen hairstyle in the Spring 2016 runways has been hair slicked tight and braided down the back. This season hairstyles weren’t overly complicated, they were sleek twists and basic three-strand braids.
Natural Hair and Curls
The runways at NYFW 2016 took a new spin on embracing your natural hair texture and voluminous hairstyles. Tommy Hilfiger showcased wild Afros varying in shape, size and texture, meanwhile Diane Von Furstenberg debuted bounty waves and tight curls.