ESCAPE IS THE WATCHWORD
Direction the Great West for this new edition of WHO’S NEXT, who take place Porte de Versailles in Paris from September 6 to 9. Like every year, inspired by the Californian deserts, WHO’S NEXT is the fashion meeting to follow the key trends of the summer of 2020.
Carlin Creative shares with you the three trends that will be remembered this season.
Between a mix of influences and cultures, the folk trend with the utilitarian look profiles a bohemian silhouette assumed in a palette of desert hues.
The beige sand, the white limestone are contrasted by shades of gray or greenish gray.
Cashmere patterns, floral embroideries, metal eyelet, reveal borrowing from the folk universe.
In raw and functional fabrics, the style is revealed by a Saharan jacket to the cargo pants to the neo-workwear combination with maximized details and associations; knotted or strapped finishes.
The cargo pants are mixed with a puff sleeve blouse to affirm a strong and powerful femininity.
Sources : LA DOVITCH / LAUREN VIDAL / MKT STUDIO / LAURENCE BRAS / BERENICE / LEON & HARPER / HISTORY REPEATS
On the road of trend, the nomadic style boasts a look of wild and savage spirit in fiery tones.
A palette saturated with solarized tones to the red earth with melted gradient.
Between ancestral diversions and artisanal wealth, the diversity of natural materials is magnified with ethnic prints and zebra. The irregular aspects, the cramped surfaces suggest a unexpected refinement.
Place with fringed finishes, frayed and braided cords.
At the look globetrotter under a setting sun, a ungender silhouette is emerging. The flexible volumes to surround, combine with the maxi lengths while fluidity.
Sources : REIKO / ME 369 / REIKO / LEON & HARPER / CARLIN CREATION / ATTIC AND BARN
Sources : LA PETITE FRANCAISE / REIKO / ATELIER D / GIJANABANA HANDMADE / CARLIN CREATION
A Californian influence, a joyously vintage charm is mix with a chill and cool arty style.
A palette of rhythmic tones of refreshing blue and green menthol meet sparkling roses.
The prints are composed and recomposed in cut paper version, abstract collage, 70’s floral and in linear typography.
A retro-styled graphic line brings the flared pants, apron dress and long wrap skirt up to date.
Sources : MAISON HAUSSMANN / EMYLI AND FIN / NATALIE VLEESSCHOVWER
Sources : EMYLI AND FIN / YAS / SUNCOO
FOCUS BRAND EMERGENTE
Between Delhi and Paris, Lo Neel, a young committed, eco-responsible and vegan brand, offers a new creative alternative with new fabrics as soy and banana fiber or even pineapple leather. The brand echoes Alexandra David Need, the first French woman adventurer in Tibet.