Trend Report- Bold Colors

Spring/Summer season is here and one of the major trends for the season is BOLD COLORS. It’s a throwback to the 90s and the color explosion. However these colors are given a modern twist.

This report looks at this trend from three angles. The runway, street style anhigh atreet brands.

Bold Colors off the Runway

Being that today the 8th of March is International Women’s Day, the runway looks are of brands run by women.

First off, Lanvin. Michèle Huiban has been CEO since 2013, Lanvin took on the bold color trend in its SS 2018 show.

Bold colors on Lanvin coat

Next is Chanel. Chanel’s global CEO since 2007 is Maureen Chiquet. This French luxury brand also included the trend in its SS18 ready to wear collection.

Bold colors on Chanel runway

My favorite, Balenciaga is also run by a woman.  Balenciaga’s CEO is Isabel Guichot. Below is the brands take on bold colors.

Balenciaga bold colors runway

Street Style in Bold Colors

Where is the best place to find out if a trend is really a trend? Street Style at Fashion Week. Below are three very different takes on the trend.

First at the Kiev Fashion Week 2018

Bold colors at Kiev FW

Next at Copenhagen Fashion Week

Bold colors at Copenhagen fashion week

Finally at Paris Fashion Week

Bold colors in PFW

The Bold Colors of High Street

Want to get the look? High street brands are also tapping into the trend. Thus, making it available to all fashion lovers.


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There it is the 90s throwback trend given a facelift. The next Fashion post will be tips on how to incorporate this trend to your closet.


Lanvin, Chanel, Balenciaga SS18 runway. Images sourced from Vogue Runway.

Kiev and Copenhagen Fashion Week street style. Sourced from Vogue Runway. Photographed by Acielle| Style Du Monde

Paris Fashion Week street style. Sourced from Vogue Runway. Photographed by Phil Oh





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