Fashion fades. Style evolves. And Taste change. But what doesn’t change is humanity’s need for self-expression.
A need so strong that it has – over the several millennials humans have been on this planet – found an outlet in arts, innovations, scientific works and even in how one dress.
Yes, a person’s dress sense is a pretty good indicator of how the person chooses to express their inner self. The cloth on someone’s back is a form of self-expression.
And it’s quite interesting that only a handful of people have mastered this talent to an art level.
The House of Givenchy, a renowned haute couture organization, is among this select few. See the latest Givenchy Sale here.
For decades now, they – Givenchy, that is – has been at the forefront of fashion. Setting new trends and making new styles fashionable. So, it is not surprising to find people waiting eagerly to check out more of Givenchy’s latest collections.
Here’s a round down of the spring collection and hopefully you’d get inspired with new wardrobe ideas for the spring months.
Leopard prints are still a thing
To some, it’s really quite surprising to see leopard print make the list in this spring fashion lineup.
But, if we are to go with what was on display on the runways and the associated stats; it is safe to say that this iconic print isn’t going anywhere yet.
Speaking on this trend, Alexandra Van Houtte, founder of Tagwalk, an online platform that analyzes runway shows “the trend for animal print showed an upward surge since after the s/s 18, and is expected to be a thing this spring.”
None-gender specific clothing
Unisex clothing that incorporates both male and feminine features was a big hit during the spring show. From Louis Vuitton, Maison Margiela to Givenchy there’s a seemingly unwritten agreement towards no gender-specific clothing.
No wonder that the single most famous piece on offer during the Spring 2019 show was a mannish, loose cut boxy blazer with a feminine pointed edge shoulder cut that is sure to work on anyone regardless of gender, size, or body shape.
The 1980s Look
The 80s style is still going strong; brace yourself because you’d be seeing more of it this Spring.
These strong shoulders, glitzy party dresses, Princess Diana-esque skirt suits continue to be a well of inspiration to designers and edging them to take their work back to the 80s.
Machines, automation are taking over. However, some designers are not giving up on the sacred handmade profession.
Jonathan Anderson, Rio Uribe, and Julie de Libran made a case during the spring runway why handicrafts items are still fashion trend to follow.
The Girly Beige
Looking for something grown up, simple, yet with a subtle hint of sophistication? Check out the plethora of beige-hued clothing on display during the last spring show.
There is a certain laid back elegance about the soft color which makes it the chicest thing a girl can wear.
And Givenchy’s edgy hardcore tailoring for spring ‘019 takes the trend a notch higher into the realm of army fatigues and khaki; ensuring it is suitable for both off-duty and work.