Five must-have fashion week trends & how to add these into your home
Fashion season is back in full swing, and we’ve seen a shift in silhouettes and a palpable shakeup in patterns and colour. From contemporary catwalks at Fashion Week, fresh into the walls and accessories of your home – here we explore how you can use these trends to help inspire a fashion-led switch up in your home.
Radical ruffles adorned the catwalk at New York Fashion Week, and channelling notably ruched décor is the best way to get the look. Add in frilly cushions and chiffon curtains to channel a romanticised style to your space. These kind of fabrics work really well alongside pastel hues and blushed metallic shades of rose gold and copper.
Striped pattern variations were everywhere at London and New York Fashion Weeks, so filtering this trend down into your home will make sure you stay ahead of the curve. This beautifully replaces the bathroom nautical trend from last year and frames stripes in a totally different light. Add elements of this trend into your home with the Behind Trees by Studio Rita.
Stonewashed fabrics are making a resurgence, with denim being at the forefront of the trend. Take inspiration from this style by focusing on the faded elements and reflect them in your interior – watercolour wallpaper is the perfect example of this and works fabulously on a feature wall. Add in different textures featuring alternative shades of blue to mix up the look. Watercolour by South African design studio, Lemon will add a dramatic backdrop to your space.
Micro-repeat floral patterns mixed with delicate sheer materials were all over the Fashion Week catwalks. Beautiful snippets of this trend can be added into your home through the introduction of floral décor, accompanied with nods to nature through organic materials such as rattan and reclaimed wood.
Three dimensional prints are set to take over the fashion world, so why not get a snapshot of this in your own home to really pack a punch? This pattern trend is all about structured self-expression and introducing this trend into your home will give it a contemporary update. Add in geometric cushions and throws, and consider wire accessories to help create an additional sense of structure.
How will you be recreating the catwalk trends at home?