trend forecasting is flaxy

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Re: trend forecasting is flaxy

Postby mooncorp » Mon Aug 17, 2020 4:05 pm

90s into y2k - early 2000s nostalgia
blending digital culture, childhood kitsch, music, fashion,
is what i see

limited too
lizzie mcguire
silly bandz
polly pocket
devon aoki
fruits magazine
erika de casier
machine girl
bratz dolls
fergie
vx1000
chloe sevigny
myspace
scene/emo style in the 2000s
fall out boy
flip phones
final fantasy
lisa frank stickers
hello kitty + friends
hysteric glamour
100 gecs/pc music
anime
neopets
butterfly clips
big platform shoes
ps2 games
ecco2k
stars
zoom classes
the current state of memes
imvu
animal crossing
idog
gaia online
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Re: trend forecasting is flaxy

Postby Stolsdos » Mon Aug 17, 2020 4:39 pm

mooncorp wrote:90s into y2k - early 2000s nostalgia
blending digital culture, childhood kitsch, music, fashion,
is what i see

limited too
lizzie mcguire
silly bandz
polly pocket
devon aoki
fruits magazine
erika de casier
machine girl
bratz dolls
fergie
vx1000
chloe sevigny
myspace
scene/emo style in the 2000s
fall out boy
flip phones
final fantasy
lisa frank stickers
hello kitty + friends
hysteric glamour
100 gecs/pc music
anime
neopets
butterfly clips
big platform shoes
ps2 games
ecco2k
stars
zoom classes
the current state of memes
imvu
animal crossing
idog
gaia online


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Re: trend forecasting is flaxy

Postby mooncorp » Mon Aug 17, 2020 6:16 pm

you both are right, i realized it is more of a current trend report than a trend forecast

here is another trend report : diy, handmade, craft, artisan made

online stores/irl pop ups offering an eclectic collection of things from relatively unknown artists and designers and people who are still studying. these have become really popular in the past couple years and then they started multiplying.
cafe forgot
50m london
shop kathleen
mall nyc

seeing the explosion of tie dye everywhere suddenly last spring/summer
and patchwork - kristin mallison style from last year. now urban outfitters stocks her lol
yard666sale for the more chaotic diy version, just anyone deciding to make their own clothes
- people picking it up as diy projects, making their own shirts experimenting with tie dye, bleaching, natural dying
oatly, sustainability, cottagecore
https://www.instagram.com/ye_olde_shame_shoppe/
https://www.instagram.com/insx.archive/
https://www.instagram.com/misachhan/
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Re: trend forecasting is flaxy

Postby Imfake » Sun Dec 20, 2020 7:29 pm

For more "classic menswear", I think we're gonna see a huge shift in what is accepted in the office (finance) due to COVID. My boss has seen me in T-shirt, sweaters, lounge pants, etc. that coming back into the office next June in button-up, wool trousers, and oxfords would be weird. Think it will more accepted to wear polos and cotton pants which would definitely be more comfortable but I don't have my hopes up.

In terms of suiting, from what I have seen, a lot of Companies have been shifting to more higher rise and pleated trousers. This is supported with the rise of affordable suiting brands like SuitSupply and Spier & Mckay. Lapels may become a tag wider (been seeing this around) and a push for a softer shoulder is apparent. May take a few more years till all of this comes to full fruition.
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