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CIFF Autumn/Winter 2008/2009 Fashion & Color Trends

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ON THE MOVE

The street culture's influence adds vibrancy, rhythm, suppleness, and color - the city wardrobe is packed with energy.Graphics, logos and pictograms are in constant development and typography is used as decoration. A mix of sophisticated fabrics and sports materials protects and comforts you in the city.

Colors
An optimistic color range to feature in faux monochromes. Raspberry reds, burgundy, cool blues, purples, split pea. Livened up with fl ashy and bright accents originating from active sport.

Fabrics
Comfortable basics. Dense yet light, fl at or textured weave fabrics. Classic woollens in jacket and coat weights, cashmere-style broadcloths, moleskins, thick stretch macro diagonal cottons. Smart tech. Anti-pollution, anti-radiation treatments. Micro encapsulation and waterproof-breathable treatments on all grounds. Sport influence. Double knits, double-face jerseys, insulated and foam back jerseys. Simple or coated fleeces. Bonded, laminated fabrics, light soft shells, padded nylons. Free expression. Bands placed like color blocks. Printed or knitted disrupted stripes. Spontaneous graphics in prints, mix of writing and stripes, felt-tip and ball-point pen drawings, tags, typography, stencils.

Style
Simple urban shapes, with a sporty spirit, reworked with elegance. A look in motion, with plenty of ease. Active cover-up. Maxi parkas and blanket coats, eiderdown jackets, sweat coat-dresses. Cosy shapes, homey comfort in voluminous fabrics. Tailored jogging style. Mix and match hybrids. Slim and baggy, sport and city, stretch and roomy. Fleece jackets, technical windbreakers, sleeveless blousons, boxy quilted blousons, tube skirts, loose maxi jogging pants, zouave leggings with dropped crotch. Ready to move energy. Casual city fleeces. Chic and loose boxy tops. Hooded maxi cardigans with drawstring waist. Sweats with rounded sleeves. Zip-front blousons with placed contrasting bands. T-shirt dresses in striped knit to layer over leggings or skinny jeans. Fine gauge V-neck sweaters with intarsia patterns.


Details
Work on cut. Exaggerated fullness, enveloping or boxy oversize shapes. Hoods. Giant collars or tilted necklines. Smart inside pockets (special compartments, wire routing for portable technology).

Accessories

Clip and go. Pouch bags for mobile phones, all-in-one "techno" bags. Flash dance. Dancer's legwarmers, socks with graphic motifs, ultra-supple shoes in color stripes. Color splash. Multicolor spray effects on canvas totes, gloves, pumps and trainers.


DARK FICTION

A world of depths, a 'Blade Runner' universe will feed our imagination. We will explore organic, mineral and synthetic materials in imposing shapes, pared-down austerity and controlled roughness. It is a tribute to protective materials and colors.

Colors
Subtle darks, asphalt grays, oily greens, earthy browns, and pale greenish or pinkish faux whites. A deceptively colorless range that intensify es mystery.

Fabrics
Austere woollens. Thick felts and rough compact broadcloths in coat weights, suitings and mock plains in cotton/wool. Patinated cottons. Mock plains, muted stripes, washed or oiled twills and denims. Shirts and tops. Allover, line, spot, tie dye prints, luxuriant engraved leaves. Blurred knits. Heavy gauge woolly jerseys, mouliné and bouclé yarns, muted jacquards, textured stitches, folded effects, bark and moss looks. Fine gauge, wool and cashmere jerseys, stonewashed, metallic, printed. Featherweight techno. Rubbery, waxed coatings, on cotton and knits. Padded nylons. Fancy organic. Smooth leathers, fi sh and reptile skins. Cracked silky fabrics. Tarnished sequins.

Style
Play of contrasts and lengths. Classics to layer. Overcoats, maxi coats, uniform-inspired overcoats, lined wool parkas, enlarged shapes. To softly mix and mismatch with loose, cropped, above-the-ankle slacks or long floor-length skirts. Maxi knits. Rounded coats, thick jackets, sailor tunics, carapace sweaters, zipped heavy-duty sweaters. To wear over jackets instead of a coat. To layer over boxy pants and skirts. High protection. Between neo-army and a post industrial look, functional jackets, reinforced dungarees, slim or baggy jeans that are greasy, torn and patched-up in one-of-a-kind style. Shockproof luxury. Airbag blousons, short tubular jackets in precious tech fabrics. Multilayer design or sheath line, adaptable functionality.

Details
Uniform buckles, metal zips. Multipockets and belt loops. Fabric mixes on the garment. Tilted hems.

Accessories
Very dark or very light. To erase details and make products futuristic. Wide bracelets as though cut from the block, thick derby shoes as if moulded. Biker spirit, caps, ankle boots with buckles, satchel bags or harness-style waist packs. Mineral or vegetable. Rock or fossil style jewelry. Platform reptile-skin sandals. Boiled wool trainers, maxi oversize knitted scarves, thick hand-knitted socks to wear with winter sandals, bags in a patchwork of knit stitches.

SOFT TECH

Soft Tech is modern romantic nostalgia in between the past and the future. It is a search for the ideal elegance that is the focus of this timeless look and comfort and formality mixes seamlessly. The casual wear will become softer, made from sustainable products in a rounded and understated design that streamlines elegance.

Colors
Pale or medium half-tones, taupish beiges, metallic gray-cast shades, cosmetic neutrals. To light up with more mellow fl ashy accents.

Fabrics
Minimal fantasy. Masculine spirit in woollen/stretch, mock plain suitings, shaded Prince of Wales checks. Figured mini shirting patterns, anonymous micro-geometrics, small retro-style positive/negative patterns. Easy comfort. Cotton velvets, suedines. Velour terries. Cosy sophisticated fl eeces in wool/cashmere, bamboo/wool. Easy-care knits. Double jerseys with or without stretch. Anti-freeze wrapping. Featherweight technicals, lacquered, quilted satiny nylons. Scroopy nylons with a paper handle. Polyester satins. Supple, smooth, matt or glossy leathers.

Style
Cross styles. Mix urban elegance, sport modernity and lab technology. Cyber classics. Jackets/Perfectos, new chic casual suits with wide-shouldered jackets and ergonomic jeans or masculine jogging pants. Mini blazers and high-waisted ski pant jeans. Evolving design, sharp lines in light colours. Smart outdoorwear. Cover-up parkas, igloo parkas. Lightness and round shapes. Windbreaker tops and sweats in a glam sport spirit. Reversible blousons. Waterproof down coats with infl ated shapes. Quilted, blouson-length jackets to belt. All worn with leggings or peg-top pants. New generation basics. Large hooded sweat cardigans. Smart slacks 'n' sweats. Modernistic sport. Science fi ction infl uence. Futuristic slimline jogging styles. Skintight lab coat-style tops and sheath pants. Mini sweater dresses. Ergonomically designed chunky knit sweaters and cardigans.

Details
Sharp lines, square shoulders, gathered or padded sleeve heads. Detachable sleeves. Built-in snaps. Translucent hook and loop fasteners, drawcords and zips. Webbing belts to tie in contrasting colours and fabrics. Matt and shiny fabric mixes.

Accessories
Soft masculine. Messenger bags, large-sized, or mini version worn as a necklace. Smoked eye wear. Oxford shoes. Driving gloves. Airbag, extreme comfort. Quilted bags, folded eiderdown-style bags, articulated backpacks. Pared-down belts. Moon boots, shockproof trainers, ergonomic ballet slippers, sandals and chunky socks.

KITSCH MIX

Construct your own fake beauty. Shed the taboos and break away from the masses. Use the absurd and fleeting to avoid being 'correct'. Use colors, shapes and materials in a new context. Take a stand and follow your imagination in a self-assured, but controlled manner.

Colors
A balancing act between deep darks, neutrals and intense colors. A range to work in contrasting multicolor harmonies.

Fabrics
Traditional. Colored flannels, reefer broadcloths, fl ecked and muted tweeds, micro patterns and woolly mock plains. Casual clean. Dense and clean denims, thick cotton sateens, cosy-back twills. Basic fl eeces and compact jerseys. Daily shine. Glazed nylons, plasticized, varnished cloths, oilcloth and vinyl. Lamés, Lurex or sparkling jerseys, chocolate paper taffetas in a light version for tops and dresses. Bric-a-brac patterns. Decoration from everywhere. Berber stripes, Russian or Japanese-style fl oral prints. Scarf motifs, patchwork of patterns, multicolor camoufl age, tapestry fl orals, tartans, ikat geometrics. Mix patterns together and make them seasonless.

Style
In search of out-of-the-ordinary shapes, layering and proportions. Urban vibrations. Mock plain masculine robe coats, kurta or kimono coats to wear over city jogging pants. Mismatching suits, relaxed looks. Non-standard workwear. Plains to tone down the profusion of decoration. Elongated or body-sculpting, boxy or cropped shapes. Blousons and trench/reefers, shirt/sweats. Bell-bottoms with fl at hips and waist in the right place. Peg-top pants with deep pleats. Slim pants with raised waist. Zouave pants to wear over jogging pants. Giga knit. Thick wool, fur yarns, and heavy gauges for a handmade effect. Kitsch and couture effect mix. Large-sized graphic jacquard motifs, two- or three-color geometrics, folkloric patterns for oversize puffed coats and sweaters.

Details
Exaggeration. Over infl ated, too long sleeves. Too short pants. Abundant mixes and layering in a hippy revival style. In knit, shake up proportions, shift buttoning, have fun with trims. Giant bows, maxi ribbing, embroidered decoration or dramatic cable. Feathers, fringe, fur, sensational details.

Accessories
Plastic chic. Distorted shapes and offshoots, unexpected materials. Low boots, classic multi-pocket bags, in resin, PVC, smooth or quilted cotton jersey. Glitter without hang-ups. Get away from the ordinary. Rhinestone accents on sport shoes, glitter scribble prints on ankle boots, bags reinforced with lamés or sparkling colored mirors.
> Shake up taboos. Break with prevailing uniformity. Use the absurd and ephemeral as a new means of action to counter the overly correct.
> Act through color, shape and material to transform everyday reality.
> Reinterpret the chic, the cheap, play with all sorts of eclectic cultural references without ever taking yourself seriously.
> Dare to make a stand and follow a confi dent and controlled fantasy right through.


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