You may have heard the phrase "Death of Trends" in fashion circles of late, but the truth is, there are more common threads to be found now than there ever were. The shade of the season? Off-white, if you ask Alexander Wang, who closed his grand finale—his last for the house of Balenciaga—with a dreamy colourless collection of boudoir wear. A purer white echoed in numerous other collections in the form of the dress shirt re-worked around the world. But elsewhere, we saw primary colours, worn apart (see the mesh body hugging dresses at Stella McCartney) or all at once (as evidenced at shows like Marco de Vincenzo). There was futurism in the moto-metallics at Louis Vuitton; there was nostalgia in the Victorian floral frocks at Alexander McQueen. But most of all, everywhere, there was choice. Long may it live.
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Spring Fashion Report: The Top Trends From the Runway
Transparency! Future flash! Pastoral florals! For the spring season, eclectic is electric. Here are the biggest trends straight from New York, London, Milan and Paris
Spring 2016 Trend Report
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