August 30, 2013

TRENDS // MUNICH FABRIC START . F/W 2014-15 FABRIC AND TRENDS

The Munich Fabric Start is an international fabric trade fair that holds two fair trades a year features a wide range of textiles, accessories and trims at this exhibition. Their next show for A/W 14-15 is September 2013, go here to register.  Go here to view and read up on their latest A/W 14-15 trend call outs.

You can also order their very reasonable Fall/Winter 2014-15 trend catalog and color card online, go here and to view their  six themes that map the trend scenario with editorial for each theme “AWESEMBLAGE” – four for women’s and men’s wear and one for kids and jeanswear, respectively. Detailed information including visuals and trend colours plus relevant Pantone number can be found on the colour card as usual.

Below is a preview of their fabric trends for the season which you can also view here.

THE EXTREMES FIND COMMON GROUND MORE AND MORE AGAIN SIMPLE AND TRIVIAL OVER OPULENT AND MANIC.
Through the perfection of conversion, even uncurated, naive inspirational mixes become to be self-understood as wearable craft art. It leads to a montage of various materials, cuts, technologies, themes, layers, eras, moods and emotions. High-end-finishings and embellishments create their own very awestruck beauty.



INNER LANDSCAPE
The INNER LANDSCAPE spreads out poetically, romantically, and reduced in us. The High-Tech and the Natural alternate in a play of tension and release. Scandinavian interior design forms the basis of this stylistic language, with clear lines and a touch of retro, realised with ultramodern techniques. Enveloping, oversize jackets and coats reflect generosity and modernity.




INTER CENTURY
A Marlene Dietrich chic resonates through all creative interpretations. A classic feel – musical, material, and stylistic – is the foundation as different eras mix together. Aristocratic looks from the 19th century are broken up and loose their stiff correctness through their mix with technical materials. “Old Couture” and Haute Casual together creating something new.






PARALLAX
Parallax results from a perspectival displacement, making phenomena and objects appear different than they actually are. Unfamiliar and altered points of view inspire new proportions, designs, and thoughts to form. Optical illusions, hybrid forms, and deformations are important elements for a futuristic design of the future. The space shuttle looks of Mister Spock or Superwoman serve as body-hugging basic silhouette.

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POP´N PALAIS
The extroverted rock star David Bowie is the inspiration for the POP’N PALAIS theme. Relishing in a boundless, luxurious life: a hint of 70’s-era Rive Gauche with some elegant experimentation, a pinch of the rich, architectonic Baroque, a dash of kitsch and Pop from the 80’s and 90’s, and a shot of Russia with an excess of pomp – this is the recipe for a colourful joie de vivre. Narcissism makes a dramatic entrance and becomes a trend.



HAPPY@TECH - Kids&Fun
Although the pure, unaltered joy of childhood is often lost during the trip through adulthood, with a lot of humour we get back to those easy-going days. We make an effort and let ourselves be carried away by those beautiful and funny things in life to which we are literally drawn. Something like a Dickensian “Spirit of Christmas” brings along laughter, love, and joy, and away we go. Curiosity, fun, and lots of humour inspire our imagination.

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