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Global Views on Trends for Fashion, Accessories, Interiors and more for the aspiring and passionate online trend-setting community. From Sydney with Love.


Icon Trend | Amber Redux
   High-neck rabbit fur jacket with cuff detail @ J.W. Amnderson.   2. Constantinople Clutch by Rauwolf via M’oda‘Operandi.  3. Chanel’s metallic Python Boy Wallet on Chain in amber.  3. Star ankle boot by Roberto Cavalli in amber shades.  4. Junior Mask sunglasses by Acne Studios @ matches.   5. Jil Sander’s amber small leather Hill satchel here.   6. Maison Margiela’s medium 5AC tumbled leather bag in amber.  7. Charlotte Olympia boots with star motive in amber.
Icon Trend | Color Alert AMBER REDUX
Icon Trend | Trending | AMBER ALERT - Miu Miu
Icon Trend | Trending | AMBER ALERT - Miu Miu
Icon Trend | Trending | AMBER ALERT
 Mikaela Carlén by Andreas Öhlund for Velvet
Moda Editorial

Proenza Schouler

Icon Trend | Trend Alert - BURNED CARAMEL

Icon Trend | Trending BURNED CARAMEL
1.    Kristina Dragomir – Fur felt cap in animal print with cat ears.  2. Felt fur ‘The Bianca Camel’ by Gladys Tamez Millinery via desordrestore. 3Brunello Cucinelli, fringe necklace @ Neiman Marcus here. 4.  Empress sunglasses with Swarovski Crystals and 24k gold by Anna Karin Karlsson.   5. Vintage Saks Fifth Avenue’s Tortoise Shell Lucite evening bag,  1970s.  6. Vintage Louis Vuitton limited edition Exotique Monogram Etoile GM, in quilted coated canvas with bordeaux red python trim handles and tortoise resin turn-knob closing.   7. Brown leather ankle boots in Caramel by Vetements via SSense.  8.  Prada's Cahier bag in Caramel En Savoir Plus Sur here.

Color Alert
The Importance of Diversity in Fashion – OR the Rise of Brown and Nougat Shades.

Diversity in the fashion industry is often spoken about as something important from an outward perspective – with much of the conversation focused on diversifying catwalks and in ad campaigns. While this is incredibly important, diversity in design is imperative for businesses wanting to succeed into the future.

In the US, non-Hispanic whites will not make up the majority of the US population by 2055. Non-Hispanic whites are projected to become less than half of the US population by 2055 and 46% by 2065. Retailers are increasingly serving a global, rather than a national or regional audience, and the discussion about ‘Nude’ as a colour concept is more and more questioned.
This diversity discussion will reposition brown shades, reflecting the beauty of darker skin tones. These tones, once considered ‘mumsy’ and too conservative to be fashion, are once again en vogue.  As a result, colour shades like caramel, amber, brown or nougat are becoming increasingly popular and we will find that there will be no escape from these darker brown tones in the future A/W 2018-19 seasons. 
Editorial | Andreea Diaconu - Vogue China
 Louis Vuitton
Transparent handbag in shades of burned caramel at Mame Kurogouchi
Christian Dior
Carolina Herrera
Icon Trend | Trending | Caramel - Givenchy
Roberto Cavalli
Maison Martin Margiela
Maison Martin Margiela
Marc Jacobs
Marc Jacobs
Michael Kors
Marc Jacob

Icon Trend | TREND ALERT - Tribal Metamorphosis

Icon Trend | Trend Alert -  Tribal Metamorphosis

1. Rihanna by Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott-W Magazine.  2. Art photography by Carsten Witte.   3. Black Rose Gold Pave Dia Stud earrings by Anna Sheffield.   4. 'Jamie' Phyton clutch in blue batik.  5. Brutalist clutch in plexiglass by Rauwolf via M’oda O’perandi (altered).   6. Model Chantelle Winnie Brown by Irvin Rivera.  7. Crescent Moon earrings in 18-karat gold, turquoise and diamonds by Andrea Fohrman.   8. Artwork ‘Scar Tissue’, 2012 by Megan Mitchell.  9. Valentino’s Rockstud Panther Print Tote in calf hair.  10. Eliferia shell box clutch by Nathalie Trad.  11. Sunglasses by Victoria Beckham.

Eclectic creativity in response to an extreme technology area.
raw, ancestor, distressed, rebellion, savage, nature, tribal, embellished, artisan, transformation, skin embellishment, beasts. 
leather, silicon, metals, fur, snake, reptiles, semi-precious stones, tortoiseshell, hair, body paint looks. 
all skin tones, black and browns, blue, turquoise, amber, silver, greens, prints mimicking nature, rhythmic repetition.
Rihanna by Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott - W Magazine 
Photographer Thomas Babeau
Metamorphoses - Carsten Witte
Model and musician Tafari Hinds
Model Chantelle Winnie Brown 
Tokyo Tribe V Man Photo by Koichiro Doi
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