The Lagos Fashion and design week might be over and done with but we still can’t get over some of the designs the designers dished out. We also noticed some trends that were consistent on the runway, and we know that from fashion week, we can begin to predict the fashion trends we’ll be seeing in fashion’s future. I am especially loving the fringe trend which has been around for a while, but still isn’t getting enough wear as I would like. That said, we highlight some trends we noticed on the runway and which designers made them.
There’s so much to love about the fringe trend, the versatility and the effortless confidence it carries with it. These 3 designs depict the trend in different stunning magnitudes and we aere totally loving it.
The mesh fabric had a moment at fashion week. Everyday, the designers showcased their different styles used with the fabric and it’s awesome to see how much can be done with a seemingly ordinary fabric.
Organza, organza, organza, that’s what we got all through fashion week and we must admit that the trend is one that looks very promising. It’s a versatile trend that has been seen on runways across the world, and though it’s a transparent fabric, it’s possibilities are endless.
Pastels are a warm summer colour that I love so much, both because of the warmth and it’s ability to complement any skin colour .
The peplum pants are the coolest flared pants trend right now. I love the look as it’s different from the norm. It’s quite stylish and could be very flattering when styled properly.
Sleeveless jackets are the biggest thing or the runway. Almost every designer’s collection had a piece, they were styled differently, depicting versatility and we love the feel of it.
Did you notice any new trends? Do share
Photo credits: Kola Oshalusi (insignia media)