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