The Spring ’18 Trends We’re Obsessed With

Dior Spring 2018Backstage at the Dior Spring ’18 Fashion Show

It may be freezing cold still but we’re already thinking about the trends we’ll see everywhere come spring. The collections were all beautiful and unique in their own ways but a few commonalities emerged—the menswear inspired trend of strong shoulders and oversized silhouettes continued again at Céline and Balenciaga, and ’70s influenced prints and suede were a focal point at Derek Lam, Gabriela Hearst, and Hermés.

Keep scrolling for our round up of the spring ’18 fashion trends that we’re calling will be everywhere as soon as the winter weather starts to break.

1. Print Mixing

Hermes Spring 18Hermes S/S ’18Marni Spring '18Marni S/S ’18

Dries Van Noten spring 18Dries Van Noten S/S ’18

2. Seventies Inspired

Gabriela Hearst S/S '18

Gabriela Hearst S/S ’18

Bottega Veneta spring 18Bottega Veneta S/S ’18

Cedric Charlier spring 18Cédric Charlier S/S ’18

3. Peaceful Purples

Victoria Beckham spring 18Victoria Beckham S/S ’18

Nina Ricci spring 18Nina Ricci S/S ’18

Proenza Schouler spring '18Proenza Schouler S/S ’18

4. Sheer Details

Dries Van Noten spring 18Dries Van Noten S/S ’18

Victoria Beckham spring 18Victoria Beckham S/S ’18

Maison Margiela spring 18Maison Margiela S/S ’18

5. Menswear Madness

Celine spring '18Céline S/S ’18

Balenciaga spring 18Balenciaga S/S ’18

Ellery spring 18Ellery S/S ’18

6. Dynamic Denim

Christian Dior Spring 18Christian Dior S/S ’18

Derek Lam spring 18Derek Lam S/S ’18

Alexander McQueen spring 18Alexander McQueen S/S ’18


7. White on White

Rosetta Getty spring 18Rosetta Getty S/S ’18

Stella McCartney S/S 18Stella McCartney S/S ’18

Michael Kors S/S '18Michael Kors S/S ’18