Fall/Winter 2017 designs are now out in the market. And while we love being updated with the latest fashion trends, we still get a kick at looking back at previous designs and predicting which ones are going to make an epic comeback.
For today's #ThrowbackThursday, we're looking at past Fall/Winter runway moments to see which styles that graced the catwalk back then should be revived for today's fashionphiles.
Gianfranco Ferrè Pret a Porter Autumn-Winter '85/'86
The '80s will forever be remembered as the era of flashy fashion, but not all designers released over-the-top designs then. Such is the case with Gianfranco Ferrè's pret-a-porter A/W '85/'86 collection. It was not as bright and extravagant but still had a bit of flamboyance.
You can see that some designs here already had their modern revivals like the high-waisted wide leg trousers and fleece-lined jackets. But what we're eyeing here are the big shoulder pads, the beautiful purple shift blouse, and the multi-coloured stripes design.
Valentino Haute Couture Autumn-Winter '89/'90
Valentino's designs are characterised as very classy, ladylike with a touch of edginess to it. In other words, it's undeniably divine. Their designs for the A/W '89/'90 Haute Couture collection are no exception.
The collection was abundant of checks and stripes, both of which made a comeback this season. What we're looking out for is the revival of the exquisite geometrical prints and mosaic designs.
Yves Saint Laurent Haute Couture Autumn-Winter '95/'96
Yves Saint Laurent designs never fail to impress. Just look at the beautiful pieces from Haute Couture A/W '95/'96. The styles are timeless and most are still popular today. Take note of the lovely silk skirt, the lightweight, cream outwear with a hoodie (perfect for the tropics, right?), and double-breasted clothing design. We'll be crossing our fingers that these will once again hit the runway.
Versace Autumn-Winter '02/'03
These futuristic and fashion-forward designs by Donatella emerged in the early years of the new millennia for the A/W 02/03 fashion show. Don't you agree that those mesmerising psychedelic prints should have a resurgence? Considering the current trends, we're thinking that it will take a more subtle, minimalist design — more of an accent than the main design.
Did you also catch the candy pink clothing
? We're all about millennial pink
nowadays but it would be nice to explore the deeper hues of pink in the coming years.