Some runway looks are just too good to keep in our closets! Here are the biggest spring/summer 2018 fashion trends that hit the runways across all four fashion capitals, and how to easily reflect them in your home. Click through to get inspired by these fashion-forward design ideas!
While millennial pink was a popular pick in 2017, the preferred spring palette for the upcoming season is going to be
bright, saturated hues, either monochromatically or colorblocked.
Designer Emily Henderson nails the pink and green combo in this vibrant living room. The white envelope keeps the space from looking too over-the-top.
Photographer: Zeke Ruelas
Designer: Emily Henderson
Designers like Michael Kors swapped basic florals for tropical prints, ranging from hibiscus flowers to palm leaves – the go-to motif come spring.
Courtesy of Michael Kors via
In this entryway, blogger Justina Blakeney of
The Jungalow kept things light and airy, letting the Insta-popular palm print wallpaper steal the show.
Source: The New Bohemians Handbook, Abrams, 2017
Sheer, skin revealing fabrics were shown in diaphanous dresses leaving little to the imagination yet done in sophisticated cuts at shows like Dior.
Creating an ethereal atmosphere, these sheer pale pink drapes are a dream when flooded with sunlight.
Photographer: Tony Soluri
Source: House & Home April 2013
Designer: Katherine Newman
Known for being the city with an eccentric palette, London didn’t disappoint when it came to bold pattern play. At Temperley London, a common color scheme melds the patterns together.
Thanks to a subtle, pale palette, the large-scale floral wallpaper works well with the other patterns in this living room.
Photographer: Angus Fergusson
Source: House & Home October 2016
Designer: Kai Ethier and Jennifer Koper
While New York opted for vibrant hues, Europe took a softer approach with pastels and dusty tones. (Looks like we’ll be seeing more millennial pink after all…)
In YouTuber Aspyn Ovard’s living room, the space is kept primarily neutral. The soft pink sofa adds a feminine touch without being too sweet, thanks to textural layers and hits of grey.
Designer: Mandi Gubler
In Milan, sequins came in soft delicate looks (as seen here) whereas in Paris, they came in the form of
powerful statement suits.
In this bedroom, you get the best of both soft and bold sequins. Designer Jennifer Scott hung one Moroccan wedding blanket on the wall and used a heavily adorned version on her bed.
Photographer: Catherine Sweeney
Source: House & Home June 2017
Designer: Jennifer Scott
Party and laid-back looks were made livelier with fringe that can be shaken from dusk till dawn. At Chanel, the trend was done in iridescence.
This showstopping mirror with fringe detail is the perfect way to add a little “fun” to a space in a subtler way.
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