The fall season has only just begun, but the world’s top fashion designers have already showcased their collections for spring 2015. New York Fall Fashion Week took place September 4-11, where models showed off the wardrobe trends that will dominate stores next year. And while it’s too early to actually wear these trends, you can still enjoy them by bringing a few into your home. Here are six trends that ruled Fashion Week and ideas for incorporating them into your interior design.
1. Denim jackets
Denim jackets are making a comeback. If you like the look of denim but jackets aren’t your style, look for denim-colored linens and furniture upholstery that you can use to enhance your interior design instead. Because denim is a neutral color, you won’t have any trouble finding decor and other furniture to match.
Many trends from the 70’s have died and, honestly, I think that’s a good thing. Fringe, however, has become a trend once more. On the runway, it’s showing up on the hems of dresses, shirts and skirts. To recreate the look in your home, try hanging up a fun tapestry that has fringed edges on the wall of your living room or bedroom.
In the fashion world, leather goes in and out of style frequently. For spring 2015, it’s in. Fortunately in the interior design world, leather never goes out of style and you can buy a leather sofa without needing to replace it in a few years. Faux leather is also stylish and durable, if you prefer that alternative.
4. White and black
Surprisingly, two of the biggest colors for spring are white and black. Whether you use them separately or pair the two colors together, these classic shades will bring sophistication to your space.
5. Stylish workout apparel
Who says you can’t look good working out? Models sporting stylish athletic wear this season have proven that you can. Get inspired by the bright, neon colors that many of these designers used to create their line of active wear and use them to update your home. You could apply it to an entire room such as your kitchen. The sky’s the limit! It just all depends on how adventurous you are.
6. Chunky Knits
What are some of your favorite trends shown on the runway this fall? Send us a comment and let us know!