Fashion Trends Spring/Summer 2019

As a Welcome Magazine exclusive, Nadia Tschenett will present current trends directly from the international runways.

After six years in the fashion department of the German ELLE magazine, the Merano native has been working at LOEWS, the leading PR agency in the haute couture business in Germany. As Unit Director, she headed the fashion budget of Burberry and Jil Sander. Since her return to South Tyrol, Nadia works as a consultant to the well-known retailer Oberrauch Zitt, the DIMITRI brand and the new talent Internodiciotto. Her activity focusses on the organization of events, styling and the creation of professional photo shoots.

A L L  T H E  B E I G E

Beige in its many variations was internationally agreed one of the key colours for Spring/Summer 2019. Of course, at Fendi and Max Mara the shade “contemporary oatmeal” was expected, but Riccardo Tisci redrew Burberry in 50 shades of classic-trench-coat colour and even Balmain surprised with the colour “stony ground”. If head-to-toe tan isn’t for you, try styling it back with pops of beautiful pastel shades.

F R U I T Y  S U I T I N G

Spring/Summer 2019 is all about taking tailoring to the next level. Think vibrant hues that you can wear both casual and for a night out, however you prefer to style them. The runways saw every colour of the rainbow when it came to suiting. Pick your favourite stand out shade and it’s up to you whether your accessories continue the theme
or clash to your hearts content. The easiest way to energise your wardrobe.

P O L K A  D O T S

Designers went mad for polka dots all around the fashion cities. White on a black background or vice versa, polka
dots have been updated in a fresh take on this favourite motif of the 1940s and 50s. From the bubble mini-dress by Hedi Slimane for Celine to a lingerie feel at prada. Burberry even made sure there was a pair of heels to match. Refresh your wardrobe with a pop of polka dot this season.

Here you can read the brand new edition of the Welcome-Magazin. Happy reading!

Fashion Trends Fall Winter 2018/19

As an exclusive for Welcome, Nadia Tschenett (High Fashion Consultant) will present current trends for autumn/winter 2018 / 2019 directly from the international catwalks.

ANIMALIA

Everyone needs a classic leopard coat for fall, like the one Anna Ewers wore on the Michael Kors runway. While it may not be a groundbreaking concept, animal print was noticeably popular across all four fashion weeks for autumn/winter 2018. As an overall look or as a single item mixed in with a modern outfit: the idea this season is to combine the print with others or to wear a sporty version of it.

CHECK PLEASE

Last season, every influencer and editor on the front row wore a checked tweed blazer; this season the catwalks firmly confirmed the heritage check’s
comeback for autumn/winter 2018, think of “Clueless”, but cooler. The runways were awash with geometrical prints on all kinds of items. From Prada
to Jil Sander – plaid shows no sign of checking out anytime soon.

BROWN IS THE NEW BLACK

Everyone from Prada, Etro, Fendi, Tory Burch and Max Mara sent tonal, caramel, chocolate and terracotta hues down the runway, while Natacha
Ramsay-Levi at Chloé showed an ode to the colour in all its myriad hues. From tan to sludge, all you need to do is find the right hue for you, or go tonal in a topto- toe effect.
The autumn/winter trend to invest in (and wear) now.

Thanks a lot to Nadia and the magazine Welcome for the good tips.

Here you can read the brand new edition of the Welcome-Magazin. Happy reading!

 

Fashion Trends Summer 2018

As an exclusive for Welcome, Nadia Tschenett (High Fashion Consultant) will present current trends for spring/summer 2017 directly from the international catwalks.

THE TRENCH 2.0
Without a doubt – the star of shows was the trench coat! Each designer interpreted this wardrobe basic differently, so there are lots of looks to choose from. At Valentino, layering was extended with large, prominent storm patches. At Loewe, we saw this IT Piece combined with another huge fashion trend – a long fringe. You probably own one already, but if you don’t, now it’s the perfect time.

LAVENDER
Every time the Spring/Summer shows come around, a new pastel colour takes over and this year is no different. If you want to be on trend in 2018 then it’s all about lavender. Designers embrace lavender for everything from tailoring at Victoria Beckham and Max Mara to beautiful floral party dresses at Erdem. Millennial pink has had its day – we’re heading into the violet hour.

DARK DENIM
Believe it or not, polished dark denim jeans are back! The embellished and ripped jeans of the last decade make way for a more sophisticated and polished look. Fendi, Max Mara and Calvin Klein
rocked this look on the runway and I never thought I would see the return of matching denim ensembles. Then again, I didn’t expect it to look this good the second time around.

 

Have a look to the brand new magazine Welcome Summer 2018!

 

Thanks a lot to Nadia and the magazine Welcome for the good tips.

Tied up!

Now without bracelets we feel naked.

A wrist without arm white frost or bracelet does not go not at all. Luxuriously and carelessly one mixes fine bracelets with limb bracelets or bangles. Leather with gold, silk or silver, everything is permitted. Since the material mix is able of drawing room long time ago. Different precious metals are carried with each other. Rosy gold gives the necessary warmth to the skin tone, white gold or silver looks fresh and yellow gold noble. Drop or small symbols which one hangs on the bracelets break up everything and lend colour and the necessary shine.

The spring is there and from this look we can be tied up with pleasure!

 

Fashion Trends Spring/Summer 2017

As an exclusive for Welcome, Nadia Tschenett (High Fashion Consultant) will present current trends for spring/summer 2017 directly from the international catwalks.

THINK PINK
If there’s one colour you need on your radar next season it’s pink. Pink – particularly of the fuchsia variety – flooded the catwalk at shows such as Bottega Veneta, Sportmax, Topshop Unique and Kenzo. Whether you choose to layer lots of different hues over your separates, or colour block by wearing coats over statement dresses, you won’t go wrong as long as it’s pink, pink, pink.

POWER SHOULDERS
Suits with big shoulders, a wardrobe staple of the ’80s career woman, made a comeback this season. The trend first came on strong at the Jil Sander show in Milan, where Rodolfo Paglialunga added extra-large shoulder pads to almost every look. Also at Chloé, Max Mara, Ralph Lauren, Céline and Balenciaga, shoulders have taken on a modern proposition.

WALLFLOWERS
The spring/summer 2017 catwalks were heaving with floral wallpaper prints, with designers such as Prada, Miu Miu, Chloé and Salvatore Ferragamo adopting their repetitive charms. But how to wear floral wallpaper prints without becoming part of the furniture? Don’t overdo the accessorising, adhere to tried-and-tested colour combinations that work for you and keep the silhouette simple.

Thanks a lot to Nadia and the magazine Welcome for the good tips.

Multi-Rings rock!

Enjoy the wonderful trend of today’s fashionistas.

How to

There are no rules. Do as you please! Wear rings on every single finger. Multiple rings look especially good on index, middle and ring fingers. Layer fine rings on one finger or wear your it-pieces on neighboring fingers. Fashionistas love these “stack rings” and showcase a unique piece like a coral, a pearl or a gemstone.

If you combine a supersize ring on your index or ring finger, go easy on your other rings and opt for small and simple designs with your accompanying jewelry.

Mixing rose gold, yellow gold and white gold also allows you to express your unique personality. Unleash your creativity and let your fantasy reign – this season more is more!

 

Fashion Trends Fall Winter 2016 / 2017

As an exclusive for Welcome, Nadia Tschenett (High Fashion Consultant) will present current trends for autumn/winter 2016 / 2017 directly from the international catwalks.

VELVET
Shiny, dainty and lightweight: velvet has a long history, and this fall/winter 2016-2017 it is center-stage on a lot of catwalks. Brands like Prada, Miu Miu and Fendi gave the rich fabric a nice little update. Elegant yet casual, perfect to stand out and get noticed. From the deepest blue to black, this material is the new season investment. If wearing velvet is not really your thing, why not give accessories a chance?

ANIMAL
Designers this season are taking minimalists to task with options that call to the wild side. A classic yet trendy animal print has made its mark on the fall/winter catwalk this season, from fur coats at Prada, to belted jackets at Bottega Veneta. One of the best characteristics of Diana Vreeland’s favorite print is that no matter how avant-garde fashion gets…it will never be “out” of fashion.

MILITARY
Since Yves Saint Laurent introduced the iconic saharienne jacket in the ’60’s, the military suit has been influencing fashion. So also this season military style has taken a stronghold on the runway with tailored coats and jackets as the stand-out pieces, seen on the catwalk at Burberry, Prada and Versace. Most notably, the military jacket has been revamped with added bows, pompoms and oriental prints.

Thanks a lot to Nadia and the magazine Welcome for the good tips.

Let’s Swing

Long, thin necklaces with small pendants are totally trendy.

You see them swing on the most beautiful decolletes or open backs with great elegance.

The way to wear them now: several thin necklaces of different length with one or more small pendants. Epsilon chains are back in fashion too. This is how to draw the attention to your lucky charm. Have fun trying it out.