Première Vision Paris shows a selection of eco-responsible products for S/S 19. The fabrics are organized into categories including responsible production, recycling, eco-friendly finishing and organic resources. Embellished jersey is covered in iridescent, transparent and colored sequins in multi-colors, mixed with brighter pops for party looks. Foil prints are seen in glitzy finishes. This report focuses on the key trends of best knits in S/S 2019, providing more choices for readers.
A minimalist aesthetic is played out through refined colorful stripes and city stripes for classic tailoring, tops and dresses. Refined railroad, hickory and jersey stripes in unlaundered cotton update classic casual looks.
Defying a season that's largely dominated by subtle formal details, a fun and lively theme explores expressive color combinations in painterly prints, vibrant stripes and rainbow stripes, mirroring those looks seen in our S/S 19 men's fabric forecast.
Micro-dobby structures are constructed in relief with dimensional bird's-eye and basketweave dobby structures offering textural interest in top fabrics. Moving away from the cleaner, calendered finishes seen in recent seasons, the addition of slubbed and nepped yarns offers added depth and tactility.
Minimal tonal contrasts and linen slubs offering understated textural effects with indistinct classic designs, such as the Prince of Wales glen check. For more feminine and decorative outcomes, embedded metallic fibres add subtle elegance to formal womenswear.
Meshes with a strong see-through effect emerge in womenswear, refreshing the previous negative and tacky impression. Mixing with different materials for a distinct peek-a-boo impact.
Polka dot is key for S/S 19, with heat-blistered knits creating gently undulating surfaces. Echoing the S/S 19 Human Dimension theme, this trend updates city dots for smart-casual sweatshirts, jackets, separates and soft accessories in a monochromatic palette.
Varying dobby structures such as micro-waffle, ribs and extra-weft figuring are paired with plain-weave stripes for tactile interest in cottons. Fabrics have a laundered and crumpled appearance for a relaxed, high-summer appeal.
All-over retracted surfaces such as micro-slubs or cottons have a soft and structured handle for dresses, sweatshirts, jackets, separates, tops and soft accessories, seen at Première Vision in delicate shades of nude, yellow and off-white.
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