Trend Book: The 2019 Trends For The Home And Interiors ⇒ Trend Book forecasts future trends for the Home and Interiors based on what’s revealed at Fashion Weeks in the world. All the biggest Fashion Weeks have officially wrapped up and next season’s trends are very clear. From feathers and lace to bolder looks composed of animal prints and tie-dye colours, 2019’s fashion is going to keep the 90’s alive and bring us a sense of nostalgia. Here are the top trends from the runways of New York, London, Milan and Paris from the Spring 2019 collections.
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FEATHERS & FRINGES
As fashion returns to maximalism, the trend of excess, some of the biggest designers like Prada have prompted the revival of feathers and fringes last year. Now it looks as though the trend for precious plumage is here to stay with a host of designers fluttering this look across their Spring/Summer 2019 collections.
More neutrally minded? Earth tones are back in a big way—from sand to tan, cream, and khaki. Although beige and white remain key neutrals, warmer tones such as taupe and light brown are on the rise.
Anyone following the spring 2019 runways could easily spot what the main colour is going to be for next season: the colour yellow. Throughout the shows, different shades of yellow kept coming up. Pantone decreed a marigold called Aspen Gold as the yellow for the season, but there are plenty of different shades to choose from paler or darker to more limey and golden.
Leopard print or more broadly animal print is a big comeback in next year’s fashion trends. Snakeskin, leopard and tiger have been the absolute trend among the street style set this fashion month. The controversial print has essentially been embraced as 2019’s equivalent to a neutral.
The nostalgia-fest continues with colourfully stained clothes. Designers employed the beloved hippie print for Spring 2019, proving that the spinning, psychedelic colours are returning. Deliberately pale and almost imperceptibly coloured, chalked tones cross a wide range of hues and take the trend for matte and dry finishes to a new extreme. They also represent a material design rooted in ecology, where colourants are natural in source or minimal in intensity to reduce the quantity of dye used.
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