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Want to stay ahead of the fashion curve? Here are five looks you can wear now that we guarantee will still look hot next spring.
Yes, the 90s revival has been happening for a while now, but what’s new (well, new as in not-since-the-90s new) is the return to a very pared-back, minimal aesthetic: structured strappy dresses with small splits (like the Alexander Wang dress here) and matching skirt suits. Helmut Lang and Narciso Rodriguez did it first time around and – guess what – they’re doing it next season too.
Dresses, blouses, skirts, and even trousers (that’s you, Misha Nonoo) in pale, sheer fabrics will be floating into stores next spring. See J.W. Anderson, Richard Nicoll (pictured) and Michael Kors, for the best examples of this trend so far.
Skirts are already major (have you seen all these cool girls rocking them off the catwalk?) and they’re still going strong for next season. Especially a midi-length style with a split or two, as seen at Altuzarra (pictured), Michael Kors and Rodarte. Invest now.
Bear with us here: we're noticing satin fabrics in moody colours, with just a hint of glam rock. Very Roxy Music, very Big Lebowski. See: Marc Jacobs, Marc by Marc Jacobs and Jonathan Saunders (pictured) for how to work this odd, but deeply cool look.
A cropped, fuller trouser has been threatening an assault on our wardrobes for a while now, and it looks like S/S14 might just be the season it finally triumphs: Proenza Schouler opened with a beautiful tailored pair in cream (pictured), and Rachel Comey did some amazing denim versions. Oh, and Fashion Week ambassador Laura Bailey has totally been all over this for ages already, so they must be cool.
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