Trend Report: Fashion Extravaganza

Lights, camera, FASHION. 

Milan Fashion Week is well on its way right now and Paris will showcase some of its best talents in a few days time. But before we see what the fashion collectives have installed for fall/winter this year, let's do a recap of some of the hottest trends in London and New York. 


If there’s one detail to invest in for the coming season, it has to be fringe. From Burberry to Julien Macdonald, designers at the big-named fashion houses are not shying away from the detail. It may not be something new but fringe is the easiest way to add some spice to your ensemble.
— Rohai, The Scribe
Dare to clash (your patterns)? The upcoming season is not for the wallflowers as designers showcased their deft hands at mixing and clashing prints. This is one of our favourite trends to come out of LFW. I mean, who wants to be boring? Uniformed dressing is so four seasons ago!
— Rohai, The Scribe

Favourite show: Roksanda Illincic

From the gorgeous colour palette to the impressive display of details, which ranges from ruffles to embroidered patterns, this collection is for the style mavens who is a princess at heart. Who wants sombre colours for fall? Let's bring on more bright and bold, please!


First things first, it is not JUST orange; it is tangerine. From soft to loud and everything in between, take inspiration from the fall collections of Prabal Gurung, Derek Lam and Cuhnie et Ochs and give your fall wardrobe a tangy spin.
— Rohai, The Scribe
Check, please! This fall, fill your wardrobe with all things checks, gingham, tartan and plaid. From classic pieces at Carolina Herrera to edgy ensembles at Rodarte, Being square has never looked this chic.
— Rohai, The Scribe

Favourite show: Marc Jacob

Boxy capes, metallic column gowns and fur stoles, what's there not to love?  Plus, the exaggerated silhouettes, punchy pops of pink and orange and just a bit of the brand's signature grunge look -- Everything makes this collection one of the best during the NYFW.