MFW Breaking Trends: Fendi, Prada, Moschino

In Breaking Trends, What's New by Ann Loynd

Accessories Magazine’s daily dispatch of the latest looks coming down the Spring/Summer 2018 runways, all filtered through the accessories lens. To see all the Breaking Trends, click here

FENDI

Fendi’s SS18 runway show was a study in Pattern Mixing, 101. Plaids were paired with stripes, chevron and floral prints…but with a muted color palette, the effect was more sophisticated than complicated. Bags were adorned with the designer’s logo, as well as decked-out straps containing charms, coin pouches and mini wallets. The other accessory of note? Socks, socks, socks. Patterned hosiery was paired with T-straps and pumps for a properly fashionable look.

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PRADA

Prada does pop art like no one else. Comic-inspired vixens appeared on knitwear, jackets, handbags and even footwear. Colorful geometric earrings, statement knee-socks and thin sunglasses completed the pop art movement.

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Moschino

It was a serious Punk Princess moment at Moschino, where Jeremy Scott paired My Little Pony elements with studded pink backpacks, spiked guitar straps, safety pinned crossbodies, pink dog collars and fishnets, fishnets, fishnets.

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