The Death of Trends

The Death of Trends
Design
Amanda Gore (PSFK London)
  • 10 october 2007

Two articles in UK newspapers yesterday caught our eye for their different explanations to what many of us noticed during the recent fashion circus; the sudden demise of catwalk trends.

Amol Rajan at The Independent highlights the loss of seasonal trends, as companies swap fashion trend consultants for climatologists, whilst in her summary of Paris fashion week Jess Cartner-Morley over at the Guardian talks of a season of only micro-trends and mini-trends, opting out of the impossible task of banding these collections into overarching themes.

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