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Trends

  1. Moving to a Sustainable Fashion

    Addressing the climate crisis, the fashion industry is starting to rethink the footprint of its activity. From Prada's Re-Nylon collection and Herno's biodegradable materials to Ganni's organic denim, we explore the commitment to sustainable and circular fashion.

    Prada Re-Nylon

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  2. Shearling Season

    Originally British, shearling is a must in any winter collection. Mostly used in outerwear, this season we have received a variety of styles — from coats, like Jonathan Anderson's version for Loewe, to sneakers. Ahead of the colder months of the year, we select some of our favourites, including pieces in both natural and synthetic leather.

    Abrigo shearling doble faz mujer Loewe

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  3. Men's Bags

    Bags have always been a key category for major fashion houses and designers. Originally intended as a women's accessory, men's options usually come in the shape of a backpack or fanny pack and in most cases have a sporty design. Now forget about that; we have selected some bags from our women's accessories space that will suit any men's style.

    Bolsos para hombre Ottodisanpietro

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  4. A Technical Spring

    By the end of last year, we included functional designs and technical materials among the trends that would continue to grow in the near future. For Autumn/Winter 2019 we have seen it in the men's and women's fashion shows of some of our favorite houses, like Prada or Jil Sander.

    Prendas técnicas Stone Island

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  5. Five Emerging Trends for the Coming Season

    Transitioning towards autumn, we review five emerging trends for the coming season. From functional garments and technical materials to eccentric designs, these are five trends that will surely continue expanding.

    Prada Linea Rossa

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  6. Farewell to Skinny Jeans

    If you thought you had found your signature style, your uniform, and skinny jeans were part of it, maybe it's time to reconsider. Forget about washing your jeans to make them fit, or to unbutton them when sitting down.

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  7. Combat Boots

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  8. The Beret, the Essential of the Season

    The beret is one of the most multifaceted and versatile hats. Originally a part of the military, it also became a symbol of the French bohemia of the twentieth century, and is considered the revolutionary hat par excellence.

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  9. Parsons, the Fashion School

    To say someone has studied at Parsons is like having Coppola as the last name. It doesn't guarantee talent, but it puts you in the perfect place to develop it.

    The school, founded in 1986 by William Merrit Chase, sought to be an alternative to other art education spaces that would allow the development of individuality. Years went by and the school consolidated its activist and committed personality.

    Today Parsons is both known and unknown. For this reason, Assouline has just published the first and only book on this North American centre. Parsons, The School of Fashion

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  10. 10 Trends Directly from Paris

    After visiting the very best showrooms and attending the fashion shows of some of the most important designers, we are full of ideas, inspiration and recommendations. That's why today we're bringing you 10 key trends we've seen in Paris for the upcoming Autumn/Winter season.

    1. Turtleneck sweaters

    Balenciaga

    2. Midi skirts, just below the knees

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