Best of Fall Ready-to-Wear Part II

Burberry

burberry fall 2016 collection

Christopher Bailey went full on 70’s Glam for Burberry’s Fall 2016 Ready-to-Wear collection.

Ashish

Ashish fall 2016 collection

Monochrome ensembles (and hair) from every color of the rainbow. Ashish Gupta said he was inspired by a box of crayons and, thankfully, it shows!

Diane von Furstenberg

dvf 2016, dvf fall 2016 collection

DVF’s Fall Ready-to-Wear show had serious disco fever and a lineup of It Girls like Kendell Jenner, Gigi Hadid, and Karlie Kloss backing it up.

Erdem

erdem 2016 fall collection

Erdem continues serving us intricate vintage charm from the 30s and 40s this year.

Temperley London

temperly london fall 2016 2016 fashion trends

Temperley took inspiration from her friend’s tattoos and sailing the seven seas, ahoy!

Gucci

Gucci 2016 gucci fall 2016 fashion trends

Alessandro Michele has been killing it this year with a powerful aesthetic that’s all his own: a unique mashup of multiple decade’s worth of nostalgia that are effortlessly seamed together.

Alexander McQueen

Alexander McQueen 2016 show, fall 2016 fashion trends

Sarah Burton delivered her dreamiest show for Alexander McQueen yet, quite literally… She described her collection’s woman as, “Almost sleepwalking, in a state where reality and dreams become blurred.”

2016 Fashion Trends That Will Take You from Spring to Fall

It still feels a little crazy to cover Pre-Fall collections at a time when the weather is just now warming up and NYFW’s Fall/Winter collections are just around the corner. I guess the excitement of fast-approaching spring hasn’t even entirely worn off for me, which is why I thought I’d take a look back at the Spring/Summer shows of this year and forward to 2016’s Pre-Fall Collections. There have been quite a few trends that are sticking around, and these are the ones we’ll focus on: Trends with the staying power to get you through the year and get the most bang for your buck! MyWear designers, take note of what customers will be looking for this year, too:

90s

Then, Spring/Summer 2016

90s 2016 trend

From left to right: Rag & Bone, Isabel Marant, Marques Almeida, Saint Laurent, Calvin Klein

Now, Pre-Fall 2016

90s style 2016 fashion trends pre-fall 2016

From left to right: Maison Margiela, Rochas, Stella McCartney, Christian Dior, Alexander Wang

Animal prints and slip dresses are here to stay for a while, so slip into something more comfortable and, when the weather cools down again, top it off with a leopard print coat for a Kate Moss-approved ensemble.

70s

Then, Spring/Summer 2016

70s trend in 2016

From left to right: Rebecca Minkoff, Rodarte, Coach, Gucci, Mara Hoffman

Now, Pre-Fall 2016

70s style 2016 fashion trends, pre-fall 2016

Veronique Branquinho, Sonia Rykiel, Burberry, Valentino, Pal & Joe

Sherling coats, platform boots, & flared denim – The fashion industry will not stop until they’ve converted everyone from skinny jeans. Look to Gucci’s S/S & Pre-Fall 2016 collections and Pal & Joe Pre-Fall ’16 for some seriously 70s eye candy.

Dark Romance

Then, Spring/Summer 2016

Dark Romance 2016 Trend updated

From left to right: Gucci, Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini, Erdem, Rodarte, Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini

Now, Pre-Fall 2016

Dark romance 2016 trends, 2016 fashion trends, pre-fall 2016

Fendi, Valentino, Stella McCartney, Roberto Cavalli, Elie Saab, Philosophy, Zuhair Murad

This one stood out as the most obvious. Perhaps it comes from the 90’s and 70’s mashup that’s proved to be so popular in fashion right now, but there were soooo many dark, lacy frocks in feminine silhouettes. Something tells me this one’s here to stay for a while, so stock up on moody, ethereal maxis with confidence.

Shoulders

Then, Spring/Summer 2016

shoulder 2016 trend

From left to right: Proenza Schouler, Christian Dior, Simone Rocha, Celine, Jason Wu

Now, Pre-Fall 2016

Shoulders trend, 2016 trends, 2016 fashion trends

Opening Ceremony, J.W.Anderson, Ellery, Valentino, J.W.Anderson

Shoulders continue to inspire designers in 2016. Be it puffy, pointy, boxy, or embellished, this is another trend that’s not going anywhere in 2016.

Stripes

Then, Spring/Summer 2016

Stripes 2016 Fashion Trends

From left to right: Marc Jacobs, Max Mara, Ralph Lauren, Stella McCartney, Dior shows

Now, Pre-Fall 2016

Stripes, 2016 fashion trends

Missoni, Moschino, Gucci, Carolina Herrera, Altuzarra

This classic never really goes out of style, but in 2016 designers appear to be especially fond of them.

As you can see, there’s a lot of overlap and a little something for everyone in 2016. So, stay true to your own style and feel inspired by these designs, not constricted! Ultimately, designing and wearing things that you love are more important than following a trend that most likely won’t be around in two years.