Uniform dressing: “I’ve always liked this idea of uniform dressing and pieces you can interchange with each other. It sounds a bit conventional and boring, but I love just a pair of blue jeans, a white tank and a great bag.”
Blurring gendered lines: “I’m also into playing with the polarities between masculinity and feminity. I’ll pair a more masculine pant with a more feminine top, for example. It’s about mixing those opposites up. I’m really into Ludovic de Saint Sernin, a French designer who has mastered androgynous dressing and is embracing the homosexual male as an audience. Australia is still very conformist, where men’s and women’s fashion are still very separate. Dion Lee does such a great job. I appreciate that their stock isn’t divided into sections and is quite unisex.”
Looking to the past: “I’ve always appreciated Prada for the legacy that it has, especially ’90s minimal Prada. I look to timeless brands like old Celine [under designer Phoebe Philo], The Row, and Jil Sander to craft a simple, minimal uniform.
On the way out: “Y2K has had its moment. I’ll still incorporate facets of it into my own styling, but that is more the fit. That ‘trash’ Y2K style where you just throw everything on is giving way to more of a simple, minimal uniform.”
Hamish Tame, creative director Le Specs
Nostalgic shapes: “This spring, refreshed updates on nostalgic nineties and noughties looks are trending with exciting new glam and sporty styles.”
Rimless: “Y2K rimless styles are proving to be one of the hottest looks this season and are a favourite of Hailey Bieber.”
Narrow rectangular silhouettes: “For both guys and girls, this style continues to perform strongly and has become a core staple.”
The sports wrap: “Elevated fashion updates on the sports wrap are gaining momentum with a look that nods to the nineties.”
On the way out: “After a few years of safer, classic trends, we are seeing the global market shift into playful and expressive sunglasses. There has been a significant transition where the looks are more experimental, the colours are brighter, and the shapes are bolder.”
Michelle Bañares, creative producer
Cut-outs: “Really cool cut outs-tanks, t-shirts, and being super playful with sheer fabric. I love the idea of playing with core staples. Nice trousers with tank with cool cut-out. It’s a good way to experiment with something different – everyone has a basic tank – but subtly.”
Ballet flats: “We’ve seen the trend of sneakers, recently with the Adidas Sambas, and I think it’s going to follow through to dressier things. I like to pair mine with a pantsuit situation or even a dress.”
Long skirts: “I’m loving skirts of all kinds – denim, textured, or asymmetric. You can layer them up, such as with a short skirt on top.”
On the way out: “There are so many trends at the moment. While I don’t see any one trend dying out, I think people are going to start mixing them and that will morph into something new.”
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