The summer found us at the warmer lands in the world. The desert extends beyond its confines with vivid sunshine and weather surprises, including rain.
We bid farewell to spring with the lively colors of summer, which brings about trends that go beyond the limits of the ordinary to enhance the new ready-to-wear collections.
Recently, the beauty industry has been revolutionized with the presence of products that per-haps a few years ago we would have imagined only in cartoons. Sheet masks with the heal-ing and rejuvenating properties of several creams and oils, creamy lip tints that subtly blend with the natural tone of your lips, barely making it look like you’re actually wearing makeup, and even quirky cushions shaped like pandas, apples, or other funny figures be-cause, let’s face it.
A polar atmosphere envelops the runways with revolutionary collections that seek to establish their place in the new era of fashion, where some designers are positioning the industry as one of the most important channels for activism and political expression; others seek to create pieces with a fairytale feeling to it, while others remain neutral in their political standpoint and realistic in their fashion sense.
Bid farewell to the leaves of autumn as they make their ultimate appearance on the runways for the Fall-Winter season, where Fulvio Rigoni debuts his second collection for Salvatore Ferragamo and continues to establish his identity as the new creative director for the fashion giant.
Fashion arrives at the runways like autumnal leaves and brings the latest tendencies from veteran designing houses with their ready-to-wear collections that range from the unpredictable and intricate to the classic.
Time is as ephemeral as it is eternal, and these summer trends prove fashion is always innovating and timeless with a new range of multicolor pieces that take us back a few decades and forward into the future.
Designers have decorated the runways with a wide range of possibilities this new season.
The cold season comes to an end and the spring winds carry with them new tendencies of bright colors—floral patterns that recall tropical sensations.
Winter is coming with a festive spirit and conveys a variety of color and brightness. The metallic details and the gold mirror effect are here to stand out over dark shades like olive green and gray, which are so characteristic of the coldest seasons; however, designers continue to find ways to combine pieces that contrast and create art on the runways.