While Fashion may seem like it can only pertain to clothes, it can influence your home’s look and keep your space modern and unique each season.
New York, London, Paris, and Milan. Four major cities host the most influential fashion weeks. Starting today is Paris Fashion Week, which will close out “Fashion Month” for winter. So, how can you take these trends from the runways into your home and bring a new, fun style into your space?
In Milan, pastel colors and neon accented the Prada runway and highly acclaimed by fashion critics and consumers. Take the simple, soft grey duvet from The Hulopoe Bay duvet cover and add the bright neon accent pillows, bed skirts, and sheets from The Oceana. The duvet cover balances out the bright neon of The Oceana pieces and keep to the color balance of the space. If the bright Oceana is too much for your style, add color with colored bed sheets. If you want pastels, then the sheets offered in lavender, mint, light blue, sage, peach, and beige are the best colors to go for. Along with pastel sheets, add soft neutral colored duvets from The Damai, The Easton, The Profiles Silk Turquoise, and The Cottonwood. These duvets compliment the pastel hues of the sheets and provide the look that Prada was making on the runway at Milan.
While Milan focused on soft colors and pastels, London looked to bold patterns and darkly bright colors—royal blues, deep plums, and bright reds. Duvet covers from The Park Avenue, The Montana, and The Oceana provide the bold patterns seen on the runway of Antonio Beradi. Further this design aesthetic with bright sheets in hunter green, navy blue, burgundy, red, or plum. These colors compliment the design aesthetics of the duvets and provide the strong look that were seen on the runways.
New York took a more neutral approach to color but focused on unique cuts to the clothes, inspired by the 1960s and 1970s, and sheer fabrics and floral prints. While this aesthetic can be difficult to achieve through the duvet covers and sheets, accessories get closer to this style with color and the time period aesthetic. Sheets in burgundy, gold, ecru, mocha and teal highlight the jeweled-tones seen on the runways of Erin Fetherston, Dennis Basso, and Oscar de la Renta. And in traditional white, black, charcoal, navy blue, and grey harken the runways of Caroline Herrera, Reem Acra, and Diane Von Furstenburg. Duvet covers that match these style aesthetics include The Shangri-La, The Park Avenue, The Namaste, The Radiance Copper and The Radiance Steel.
Paris Fashion Week begins on March 4th with a continuation of powerful colors, fun patterns, and a modern aesthetic on old styles.