Jacket over the shoulders, a collar, a hat, a small bag... almost all the details that Hedi Slimane put in his collection for Celine are there. We journey back to the late 1970s and the early 80s, with a wardrobe reminiscent of the Paris Left Bank, with chic and practical outfits, including chequered culottes, white blouses, printed scarves, black blazers and riding boots up to the knees. A style that will leave its mark on fall fashion this year.
2. Houndstooth and Tartan
As a total look or only accessories, large or small checks in houndstooth, tartan or Scottish pattern... When it comes to checks, anything goes this winter. Dior is setting the tone for this trend, which will be widely taken up by fashion retailers. Be bold and make unexpected combinations between Scottish checks and flower prints that bring a touch of modernity to this ultra-classic fabric.
3. Grunge is not dead
Winter 2019 seems strongly inspired by the grunge myth and its messiah: Kurt Cobain. A comeback that makes sense in the fashion cycle. It has been a quarter of a century since the look was born. Today it is reasserting itself, updated in line with contemporary taste by the artistic directors of the big luxury brands who lived its beginnings and who are now introducing it to a new generation. These items will need to be mixed in the window displays to achieve this skilfully neglected allure.
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