NOVELLA TREND REPORT: FALL 2015

Fashion trends for fall 2015 range from that 70s look, bohemian fringe, check effect, windowpane beauties, chevron, geo-prints and military crew. These runway trends are perfect for everyday style and offer covetable pieces to add to your wardrobe!

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The 70’s look will take you from the office to a night on the town, or looking fabulous during the day. Maison Margela’s plaid mini skirt,  Gucci’s suede coat, and the iconic 70’s boot and block heels, are some of the perfect fashion must-haves for the season.

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An entire array of prints came strutting down the runways for Fall 2015. Canadian womenswear designer Melissa Nepton rocked the geo print with a wrapped coat and mini skirt. Gucci showcased a timeless trench in a metallic Geometric print, and Emilio Pucci’s presented a stylish snake-leather mini skirt option with a chevron design.

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Designers offered up bohemian and fringe styles with a crisp visual appeal and edgy aesthetic. Some designers who featured this trend were Vawk who showcased a cropped jacket, a fringe poncho by Chloe, and Michael Kale’s lavender-fringed detailed coatdress from his stellar Fall 2015 collection.

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Models walked down the catwalk embraced the chic vibe in velvety and edgy Military inspired designs for Fall 2015. Pink Tartan sent out sophisticated designs in the hunter green flowing dress, as well as fringed knit sweater and palazzo pants. Other military-inspired looks includes Altuzarra shirtdress, and Hayley Elsaesser’s camouflage top and midi skirt.

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Windowpane has become a big trend for both womenswear and menswear. This Fall 2015 season, Pink Tartan’s windowpane print skirt and the single-breasted coat will add a conservative yet elegant touch to anyone’s closet. Veteran designer David Dixon presented a gorgeous pencil skirt that was showcased last season at World MasterCard Fashion Week.

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