Top Fashion Trends Coming for You in 2017

Fashion Month is a wrap! If you’re looking for upcoming trends to unlock inspiration in your next MyWear collection, you’re in luck! We have scoured the runways in search of the next big thing. Our prediction? More is more. It appears that the zeitgeist has moved on to something bigger, shinier, and brighter. Almost as if in direct response to 90’s minimalism and the normcore tendencies of 2015 & 16, designers went all out for next year, guiding us to a more playful, out-of-the-box approach to dressing (seriously, you cannot fit these shoulders in a box). Find our 2017 trend picks below!

Oh my 80’s

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By far, the biggest trend to hit the Spring 2017 runways was 80s-EVERYTHING. Volume, shoulders, gold lame–it all made an appearance. Love it or hate it, you’ll be seeing far more of it in 2017, although we’ve yet to see how it will actually translate for everyday wear… Brace yourself, things could get interesting!

Something Old

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Lace, ruffles and billowy, high-collar blouses-oh my!  Many collections had an old-timey, Victorian-esqe quality about them, although most were mixed with more modern aspects, as well. Gucci, for example, paired Victorian silhouettes with sequins, surprising colors, and graphic text. We’re predicting that we’ll all be seeing a lot more lacey and ruffled romantic frocks at the mall by this time next year.

Think Pink

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Neon colors were all over the runways, but by far the color that seemed to get the most props from designers was bright, playful pink… especially in the way of dresses. Design your own dress in your custom size here!

Hawaiian Tropic

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You can always expect to see floral prints on Spring runways, and 2017 is no different. But, next year, prints are on vacation. Get ready for some early-aughts Quicksilver nostalgia! The runways were filled with cheerful, tropical prints.

Shoulder Power

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Designers are still obsessed with shoulders. Summer 2016’s off-the-shoulder blouses will be replaced with Flash Dance-style skin-baring and shoulder pads that would make Klaus Nomi proud.

Dancing Queen

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Rupaul and Cher rejoice! Look at all the sequins that sparkled down the runway this month.

Stripe Up

2017-trend-stripes

Stripes are still cool af, according to 2017 collections. Keep them bright and a little cartoon-y to fit in with this trend.

As you can see, there’s a little something for everyone in 2017. But, fashion month shined down especially bright for those of us looking for bold designs, rich materials, and over-the-top inspiration. Thanks, NY, London, Milan, and Paris! Can’t wait to see what you have in store for us next season!

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Wrapping up Fashion Week: Best of Paris

There was quite a bit of drama at Paris Fashion Week but, luckily for us,  a fair share of it occurred on the runways! We saw many collections take on a ‘more is more’ approach in lieu of some of the more minimalist looks we’ve seen a lot of over the past couple years. Designers embraced big shoulders, sequins, and lots of 80s-esque silhouettes and disco-inspired designs. Check out some of our favorites below!

Hermès

Hermes 2017 spring fashion show

Elie Saab

elie-saab 2017 spring fashion show paris fashion week

Givenchy

givenchy 2017 spring fashion show paris fashion week

Alexander McQueen

mcqueen 2017 spring fashion show paris fashion week

Chanel

chanel 2017 spring fashion show paris fashion week

Louis Vuitton

louis-vuitton 2017 spring fashion show paris fashion week

Balenciaga

balenciaga spring 2017 fashion week

Valentino

valentino 2017 paris fashion week

Stay tuned for our Spring 2017 trend predictions, although you can probably spot a few from the collections above! Feeling inspired? Then get to MyWear to create your own unique design!

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The Best of Milan Fashion Week

Where did the week go?! Today marks the first day of Paris Fashion Week, which will wrap up this whirlwind month of Spring 2017 ready-to-wear fashion. But, before we say bonjour to Paris, we must first say ciao to Milan. Here are our favorite looks from last week’s Milan Fashion Week:

Gucci

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Dolce & Gabbana

dolce gabbana spring 2017 fashion week

Jil Sander

jil sander spring 2017 fashion week

Prada

prada spring 2017 fashion week

Versace

versace spring 2017 fashion week

Moschino

moschino spring 2017 fashion week

Which one came out on top for you? Tweet us your favorites at @LaunchMyWear, and as always, use these fabulous designs to inspire your next creation! Until next time, happy designing!!

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The Best of London Fashion Week

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Fashion month is in full swing-currently  wrapping things up in London, then making its way to Milan tomorrow. Before seeing what Versace, Fendi, and Gucci (OMG, Gucci tho!) have in store for us, let’s take a look at our favorite S/S17 collections that showed at London Fashion Week!

Erdem

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Christopher Kane

christopher kane ss17 best of fashion week

Anya Hindmarch

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Preen by Thornton Bregazzi

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Mary Katrantzou

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Roksanda

roksanda spring 2017

Hopefully these looks have inspired you to create your own one-of-a-kind design on MyWear. As always, be sure to tweet your creations to @LaunchMyWear. Until next time, happy designing!!

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The Best of NYFW Part II

New York Fashion Week is a wrap and our attention now turns to London’s upcoming shows. But, before we set our eyes across the pond, we thought we’d take one last look at the best of the best from the second half of NYFW S/S17.

 Thom Browne

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Rodarte

rodarte s/s17 best of fashion week spring 2017

Delpozo

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Marchesa

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Anna Sui

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 Zac Posen

zac posen s/s17 best of fashion week

Michael Kors Collection

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3.1 Phillip Lim

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Narciso Rodriguez

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Proenza-Schouler

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Marc Jacobs

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And now we bid adieu until next week’s coverage. Stay tuned for London, Milan, and Paris! In the mean time, take inspiration from these runway looks and create your own unique piece at MyWearStore.com!

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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

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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

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

Gucci

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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.”

Best of Fall Ready-to-Wear Part I

New York Fashion Week is upon us, baring gifts of the newest collections from our favorite designers. Before the weekend even raps up, we thought we’d update you on the best of the best… so far. Without further ado, here’s our favorite Fall Ready-to-Wear collections that have shown:

Naeem Khan

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We were floored by this collection’s global influences and intricate detailing!

Christian Siriano

Christian Siriano fall winter 2016

Christian at his best! Classy, yet sassy.

Anna Sui

anna sui fall winter 2016 collection

Anna Sui described this collection as being “Pop-sydelic”!

Marchesa

marchesa fall winter 2016 collection

Absolutely breathtaking.

Zac Posen

zac posen fall winter 2016 collection

This collection showed the slightly more casual side of Zac.

Jenny Packham

Jenny Packham fall winter 2016 collection

A RuPaul-worthy runway!

Carolina Herrera

carolina Herrera fall winter 2016 collection

Soft and feminine with a hint of edge.

Marc Jacobs

marc jacobs fall winter 2016 collection

All hail the king, Marc Jacobs! His show is already being praised as one of the best from NYFW this year. Also, yep… that’s Lady Gaga.