SS17 style and trends By Lewis boyd tYers

Tender in Tulle

Tulle is making a great impact in the fashion industry once again. This lightweight yet luxurious fabric is making headlines for SS17, countless designers have adorned their models in some of the most intricate designs yet. From lavish gowns to sophisticated dress shirts.

Tulle is becoming one of this seasons must have materials for your wardrobes this year.

Defined details of Georges Hobeika's latest designs for Paris Fashion Week - Haute Couture Spring Summer 17.
Valentino's take. Ready to wear Spring 2017.
Fendi flawlessly carries out this trend for their Spring 2017 collection.

Casually Co-Ord

Co ords are more of a recurring trends in Women's fashion, which is great! But I feel myself aren't seen enough within Men's fashions. But thankfully for this upcoming season co ords are being taken into consideration a lot more.

Co Ords are a great way of turning a casual day attire into a sophisticated sleek night look.

Topman SS17. Topman for this season have focused heavily on earthy tones with pops of pastel yellows & pinks embellished with 3D sequinned/beaded prints which are giving Discount Universe Vibes. Seasons must haves in my eyes.

Rebellious in Reversible

Reversible coats making a statement on more than a few celebrities. From the fashion mogul herself Rihanna, and quick to copy socialites such as Keke Palmer & Kylie Jenner.

Boisterous Boilersuits

Boilersuits may have been and gone for most designers but for me this is a trend yet to be set. New Look could do great things with this trend for both Men's & Women's wear.

Undiscovered Designers

An American designer I have come across myself on twitter a year or two ago. I feel has been has mastered the art of embroidering in the fashion industry.
Kareem Kourouma an American designer from Texas become a low-key internet success after his own brand & business 'Ready2GoUSA' went viral and even reached overseas to my twitter homepage back in the late 2015.
With his designs being innovative and a great success he has already had problems with Forever 21 a worldwide known brand taking his ideas.

FentyXPuma.

Before Robyn Rihanna Fenty, Puma was a dying breed a brand seen on the brink of its production and a brand no one favoured to wear. After Rihanna's endorsement deal with the German company Puma she has helped increase sales by almost 1 billion dollars (976 million to be exact) in its fourth quarter. Soon to be releasing her second season of her high end line: FentyXPuma, Rihanna has already been setting waves of trends with her first drop for instance her infamous Fur Sliders which even our company New Look have been inspired to create our own version.

Rihanna's FentyXPuma SS17 fashion show in Paris.

With Greens, Pinks and ruffles Rihanna's envision for her second drop of FentyXPuma was 'Marie Antoinette at the gym.'

Rih uses regal satins, silks and frills to help recreate this look. Making statements and turning heads in the fashion industry, Rihanna was already a trendsetter but we never knew she was this good.

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