Our Look at the Five Key Trends of Spring 2016 | Today’s Trend – The Tribalist
By Jonathan Huynh | Impressionist
There was a breath of fresh air in the Spring 2016 collection; designers brought a spiritual extravaganza to the runway with leading looks featuring delicate colorful embroideries and exquisite attention of details such as feathers and fringes with influences of the modern day tribe.
Valentino’s Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli lead the charge with a anomalous designed collection in sequins, tribal prints, and meticulous needlework that called the attention to the wild. Valentino became the chief of the tribes, bringing breathtaking gowns in tribal prints with collars and cuffs detailed with magnificent feathers.
Isabel Marant focused her tribal take through multicolored vibrant embroideries that were featured on primitive pants, tops and accessories. Temperley also gave tribute to the tribal print by producing a more glowing collection through bright palettes of blue and yellow that spoke to the escapism of the safari.
The unprecedented designs of the wild truly spoke to spiritual extravaganza by amalgamating tribal prints with feathers, detailed sequins and needlework bringing a gazing perspective to the runway. Here is The Impression’s Final Trend of Spring 2016 season – The Tribalist.