New decor for this edition of the WHO’S NEXT fair, which was held from 17 to 20 January in the new halls of the Porte de Versailles. Like every season, WHO’S NEXT presents the new trends for fall winter 20-21. A new look on essential and unavoidable themes of this season.
Reconnecting with a regenerative nature, the warm boho trend with an utility look asserts an outerwear silhouette. Games of layering and flexible constructions come to life through a palette of tones combining delicate browns, gorse yellow and fertile clays.
In natural fabrics with bestiary patterns and revisited tiles, are declined: safari jacket, knitted turtleneck sweater and long flowing dress. Wool and cotton wool echo the mimicry of the animal and vegetal world in a puffy way.
Resolutely, we adopt the quilted down jacket mixed with a workwear combination for a soft and powerful femininity.
Sources : GREENSTONE / INWEAR / CKS / CRÉATION CARLIN
A desire to transgress classic codes and express their individuality is felt.
Boldness is the key word and imposes itself through color. An assumed silhouette in a palette of powerful tones, punctuated by “revolution orange” and “neon fuchsia”, alongside “yellowed beige”.
The good part is given to graphic and geometric jacquards, passing by patterns with squares and princes of gall, coming to magnify neoclassical woolens.
A bold tailoring style proudly embodied in a total look, bringing up to date the crossed tailoring coat, the structured jacket as well as the fitted pants, high waist, to play in a matching costume version.
Sources : COLORÊVE / WSN / CKS / CRÉATION CARLIN
Aspiring to a society where people evolve in an environment combining technology and innovation, the tech cocoon trend profiles a nomadic silhouette combining comfort and innovative elegance. A dreamlike palette of colors, where “pink blush”, “milky beige”, “optical white” are contrasted by turquoise and camel tones.
In an eco-conscious approach, technical materials with a soft mattness come together with shiny coatings and other technical fabrics with a galactic spirit. Fake furs soften the silhouette.
There are comforting silhouettes, made up of a maxi puffy jacket in a cocoon spirit or a crop puffy jacket on loose sweaters in large mesh.
Sources : GREENSTONE / OOFWEAR / CRÉATION CARLIN / LOFINA
FOCUS NEW GENERATION : EMMA BRUSCHI
Big crush for the designer Emma Bruschi and her poetic, refined and eco-friendly collection.
Entitled “Almanac”, Emma Bruschi draws her inspiration from the popular imagination of the Savoy Almanac. Through her work, she tries to transcribe the domestic know-how transmitted from generation to generation. His favorite materials are natural. With a love of beautiful work, the designer shapes wicker accessories, straw jewelry and glass embroidery. By subscribing to a sustainable approach, it is experimenting with new artisanal processes to develop natural leather.
Photo : Cynthia Mai