The fashion industry is constantly changing and setting the standard for what other disciplines look to for their trends; whether its interior, graphic, or industrial design, we're all constantly being informed by the trends seen in high fashion. This can be a conceptual similarity or even a decade-inspired trend that we all share; so here are a few examples from today.
In today's fashion trends, we're seeing a lot of Bohemian-inspired outfits put together with different layers to complete one textured yet styled look. Interiors have gone the exact same path, as accessorizing is extremely popular especially with items that have a "worldly" feel, as if they were gathered over time. Layers are a great dynamic to have in fashion as well as interiors because they add depth and interest.
2. 70's Inspired
This is probably my favorite fashion trend that is happening right now, which I can confidently say, maybe 6 years ago, would have been horrifying to imagine. This is also true with interior design, we constantly hear people referencing the "awful colors" of the 70's; well, they're back with modern updates and are here to stay! Bold patterns, deep neutral tones like camel, and mid-century modern furniture are all back, and its thanks to its huge presence in fashion.
My great friend Erin, of ErinMade, creates one of a kind handmade headbands, quilts, and other goodies out of beautiful printed textiles. They completely follow this 70's inspired fashion and interior trend, not to mention the amazing quality! Check her out!
This is not the first time I'm writing about my love for velvet interiors right now, I also mentioned in my article The 2017 Home Design Trend That Might Surprise You , how popular velvet has become again. Not surprisingly, it is also being made in all kinds of garb for 2017; my favorite styling of velvet is on any kind of shoes!
4. Muted Pastels
This mellow-hued trend is gaining popularity in interiors, cladding everything from furniture to wall paint and accessories. In fashion, I've noticed that it has really taken off for weddings, specifically. It can be a dainty play on neutrals, serving as a new way to update your wardrobe and home!