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SS15 Trend Report

We might already be thinking about AW15 but shopping for SS15 is well underway. We pick our favourite trends here.

ONE OF THE BOYS

Margaret Howell have mastered the art of androgyny just in time for SS15. Team loose slacks with normcore sandals and a wool knit vest – embrace our future vision of femininity and make like one of the boys.

LEATHER

On the catwalk, in the city, on the back of a motorbike – look around this season and you’ll see lashings of leather. From Prada’s bumble bee stripe leather dress, to McQ’s metallic silver biker jacket – here at Wonderland we’ve ranked Miu Miu top of the L-list, and this blue and red block-colour look is driving us wild.

STRIPES

Stripes are big for SS15. Whether you go sequined with Louis Vuitton, subtle in J.W.Anderson or monochrome in DKNY – clash them, match them or layer them up for optimum impact.

SUEDE

Gucci SS15 was made for the grown-up groupie. 70s seduction in full swing, suede was the go-to fabric for Loewe, Coach and Fendi – but Gucci did it best with their belted-waist coat. Supple in a shade of chestnut brown, we suggest you make like Lula Fortune in David Lynch’s Wild At Heart and team with killer python heels.

FLORALS

Spotted on the catwalk at Celine, Marni, Mary Katrantzou and Simone Rocha, it was Dior and Miu Miu’s florals that caught our eye. Whilst Dior’s delicate SS15 flower print, born from 18th century costume codes, was made for the girly girl; Miu Miu’s vampish florals were destined for the pretty little rebel.

NEUTRALS

Abide by Loewe and J.W.Anderson’s rules this season, cleanse your life of colour, and strip your wardrobe clean. Whether you opt for a cream Fendi polo with some Margaret Howell slacks, or a Craig Green knitted jumper and skater shorts combo – make a statement that’s pure.

GRUNGE

Vampish leather layered over pretty silk dresses – nobody does grunge quite like Saint Laurent, but when teamed with Marques’Almeida it’s a match made in heaven. With their denim ruffles, raw frayed edges and oversized cuts, it’s no wonder the design duo were crowned the BFC’s Best Emerging Womenswear Designers.

UTILITARIAN

It’s not every day you hear the words utilitarian and Chanel in the same sentence, but when it comes to SS15 – it works. Team Chanel’s wide leg trousers with an oversized button up shirt for an exaggerated silhouette; and if you’re looking for more utilitarian wears – Marc Jacobs and Gucci are the next stop.

Photographer: Piczo

Photographer’s Assistant: Tomomi Kaneishi

Fashion Editor: Warren Leech

Hair: Kota Suizu at Caren using ORIBE

Make Up Artist: Amy Conley at Factory using CHANEL SS15 and CHANEL BODY EXCELLENCE

Set Design: Louis Gibson

Set Design Assistant: Dora Miller

Models: Leah and Jolie at Select Model Management

Words: Brooke McCord

SS15 Trend Report

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