The Mac Duggal Fall Collection anticipated this season’s hottest trends as seen on runways from New York and Paris.
Take a look below at some of the Mac Duggal dresses that exemplify the trends shown in the Harper’s Bazaar Runway report.
THE BROCADE WAY
Designers from Prada to Dries Van Noten subscribe to the idea that the more ornate the better—and double points for gilded accents.
VA VA VELVET
The sumptuous fabric of choice also falls under the category of impossibly luxe.
In case it’s not yet clear, fall’s message is all about unabashed opulence—fine chinoiserie inspired fabrics included at the likes of Gucci, Alexander McQueen and Erdem.
If minimalism has gone to the wayside, consider leopard print your new neutral. Dries Van Noten, Givenchy and Isabel Marant sell the trend.
WHISKEY A GO GO
The girl to put on a pedestal for fall is the ’70s glam rock chic—the one who would stay out all night listening to bands at Whiskey a Go Go in LA, tossing her chubby fur over her printed caftan before heading back out into the night air.
Like something out of a Tim Burton fairy tale—these lace-loving ladies prefer the darker side of pretty. Balmain, Valentino and McQueen are proponents.
IN THE NAVY NOW
If there’s one coat designers can agree upon for fall, it’s the naval inspired topper. From classic pea coats at Burberry to fun with patchwork at Tommy Hilfiger, we’ll all be joining the navy next season.
MAKE IT BESPOKE
The menswear inspired suit is here to stay—only now tailored to innovative perfection. There is the fresh silhouette at Balenciaga, cropped jackets at Sonia Rykiel and slashed and tied details at Jacquemus.
REMEMBER THE TARTANS
When back to school time hits there’s only one print that will do—a New England worthy plaid. Houses from Calvin Klein to Vetements take on old school tartans and make them all about the here and now.
There’s always room for the sporty girl—for fall she’s all grown up in streamlined, tailored versions of her go-to graphic ensembles. Gucci, Marni and Courreges have her covered.
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM
From Rodarte to Alberta Ferretti, true romantics will also fall in love with fall in confections of the lace, floral and blush variety.
Designers are taking tough elements from the streets—from sweatshirts to bombers and beanies—and reconfiguring them for the runway. Vetements and Alexander Wang are leading the pack.
Fashion trends come and go but the Mac Duggal style and quality will continue to be shown no matter what year or season. View all the Mac Duggal Collections
See the full Harper’s Bazaar article here: Harper’s Bazaar Runway report