The Spring Summer 2010 Trend Edition
is brought to you by renowned experts
in Fashion Forecasting and Textile Design:
Fashion Design Concepts
Oltmans van Niekerk
Architectural forms become a dominant force with A beaten, weathered and disheveled look is sweeping
results that speak to 3D, draping, molding and origami. the season. A raw and rugged effect is achieved with
Silk charmeuse defines intricacies. Original techniques beaten crinkled fabrics. A raw earthy palette
create surface interest set against an icy palette. encompasses the look.
Lightness emerges in floaty fabrics like chiffon and Brilliant ethnic prints involving tribal reference,
muted pastels. Silhouettes are featherweight and gingham checks and various fruits; topped off with
some hint at Grecian reference. Subtle detailing elaborate head wraps. Homespun denim worked
like soft ruffles, flounces and draping permeate. well next to wrapped and twisted tops and dresses.
Dark with hints of oat and sky blue, yet simply stated.
Roomy blazers and longer twill coats push the point
even further. Quaker hats, noose knot scarves and
cords worn around the neck top off the look.
In a season that veers towards relaxation, distinct
sport references naturally emerge. Designers take on
more direct athletic references as well as new futuristic
geometric cutouts, baggy silhouettes and leggings
worn with below-the-knee shorts. Cobalt blue and
orange are the key hues with plenty of color blocking.
ESP Edit for Women ESP Edit for Men
spring 10 trend: spring 10 trend:
east of eden shipwrecked
the look the look
indigenous weaver meets disheveled castaway meets
tribal chieftess at sexy pirate on a
a biosphere study lab tropical island
watch for watch for
o handmade tees o soft cottons + linens o stretched out tees o openwork knits
o bold, patterned sweaters o slubbed silks o wrinkled or silk foulard o cotton sateen + twill
o peasant tops o checks + plaids dress shirts o washed + worn finishes
o draped dresses + skirts o glittery jacquards o elongated sweaters o mesh + netting
o printed jumpsuits o batik / tie-dye / dip-dye o striped bottoms o painted or printed
o pegged + cropped pants o animal + ethnic prints o roomy shirts + pants stripes
o shapely, tailored jackets o lurex sparkle o linen suits o island prints
o headwraps + aprons o raw + frayed edges o worn-in blazers + jackets o tie-dye + ombré
o patchworked platforms o rope belts + bucket hats o rolled or cut-off hems
east of eden > color palette, beauty + accessories shipwrecked > color palette + building blocks
dior gaetano navarro
burberry prorsum louis vuitton paul smith jean paul gaultier
trends excerpted from the Spring 10 ESP trendbooks for women + men.
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Embroidery & Embellishment DESIGN
Trends Spring/Summer 2010
A rock band persona is revealed through a wealth of novelty A versatile sample service company in tune
chains, a variety of studs in different shapes and sizes, plus an
with the latest embellishment trends. Providing
overload of all kinds of fancy, glitzy beads.
orignal designs and customized creations
in masterful handwork techniques including
Paradise bursts with an abundance of shimmery, dimension-
al florals, free-floating feathers and flying, fluttering, lacey embroidery, beading and smocking.
butterflies—all emulating nature, beauty and femininity.
Intelligence and invention form architectural designs where
seams and layered ribbons create structure. Living coral reefs
inspire sea motifs, treatments and textures.
Poetry in Motion
Fashion comes to life via fabric manipulation and layering For more Embroidery & Embellishment Trends
techniques where inspired materials are pleated, gathered, Join us for an in-depth presentation
crinkled and fringed—movement is omnipresent. Wednesday, January 14 at 11am
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Models: Roma, James, Lance, Taka and Jess; • Thanks to: Nick Lill and Sandy Tedford Words: Jane Travers; Photography: Edmundo Roman; Hair & Make Up by Michiko Nakamura;