Belts, fishnets, wraps and monochrome. And that’s just to name a few. The trends for S/S15 have already showed themselves on the Nordic catwalks and Nordic Style Mag has covered up some of next seasons favorites.
The fashion weeks in Copenhagen and Stockholm have shown all their S/S15 collections and now the fashion folks turn their heads to the big four, New York – Milan – Paris – London. Lots of next season’s fashion is yet to be presented but we can already see what we’ll be drooling over next spring thanks to the talented designers of the Nordic fashion capitals. Below are the top five trends occurring often in the Nordic collections that we’re more than happy to adapt next season.
1. Monochrome – in the shade of your choice
At both CPHFW and FW in Stockholm the monochrome trend was one of the most recognizable ones. And not only the classic Scandi-favorite ”all black everything” was seen, there was almost as much all white looks. Some designers chose to show off monochrome outfits in more unusual colours like red and gold.
Photo by Kristian Löveborg
2. Put a belt on it or tie it around the waist
An old favorite is back to stay. We continue to tie sweaters and shirts around the waist, inspired by Cheap Monday and Hunkydory. If you want a more sophisticated version of the trend you can put a belt on everything like Filippa K. This is definitely the coolest and most chic styling tip of the season!
Veronica B Vallenes
3. V-necks and wraps
The oriental vibes have influenced lots of Nordic designers. The simple styling elements of V-necks and wrapped blouses and dresses immediately makes the looks more interesting in their simplicity. Lots of designers also chose to put a bold print on it. The best inspiration is found at the runways of Whyred, Freya Dalsjø and Carin Wester. We also love the wrapped leather skirt seen at Back’s show.
Stripes never go out of trend but next season they give way for the checkered prints. The pattern was seen both at AltewaiSaome in the shape of a minimalistic black and white set as well at Baum und Pferdgarten with a set in blue, red and white.
Baum und Pferdgarten
Next summer we want to go fishing in fishnet-like jackets, vests and shirts. Seen at both AltweaiSaome and Baum und Pferdgarten. Edgy and cool on a warm summer’s day, this fabric is a great way to get your layering style on during the summer months.
Baum und Pferdgarten
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Nanna is an aspirant Swedish speaking Finn from Helsinki, who is currently based in Stockholm. She studies journalism and fashion, speaks four languages and loves to learn. Her passions are all things sartorial, writing, photography and travelling. She also appreciates interior design, architecture, arts and books. With a love for the minimalistic Scandi style she takes life one day at a time, and is almost always found with a smile on her face.
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