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About the Luxury Fashion Report

Trend Hunter’s Luxury Fashion Trend Report delivers insightful research into the arena of luxury clothing, shoes and accessories, which continue to attract indulgence-loving consumers despite economic uncertainty. The haute couture industry is still thriving as both affluent and middle-income consumers continue to purchase high-end products from labels like Gucci, Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Versace. [SAMPLE]

Who It's For

With luxurious fashion brands maintaining their stronghold in the luxury goods market, it is imperative to understand the changes occurring in the luxury fashion industry. Thus, our unrivalled crowdsourced resource is not only for retailers and luxury fashion designers, but for any company attempting to market to the luxury-loving consumer. The Luxury Fashion Report will ensure your brand stays up to date on luxury fashion trends and developments in haute couture design. With our cutting edge report, you will be well on your way to creating an innovative strategy that will help you get ahead of other players in the luxury market.

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The Luxury Fashion Report

Last published on May 19, 2015, the Luxury Fashion Report includes 16 PRO Trends (16 Pages) and 80 examples of luxury fashion market research and luxury fashion consumer trends related to: luxury clothing, haute couture, luxury market, Gucci, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Versace, luxury fashion designers, luxury goods, fashion industry and luxury fashion trends. The report includes all of our Luxury Fashion research collected over the last few years (roughly 25% of the collection is from this year.)

Report Contents

• 16 Luxury Fashion PRO Trends = 16 Powerpoint Pages Luxury Fashion PPT Report
• 80 Luxury Fashion Examples
• Additional Niche Reports (with a full subscription): Diamonds, Gold, Fur, Luxury Fashion and more!

Sample Luxury Fashion Pro Trends

Each Luxury Fashion PRO Trend is on its own slide with implications, a quantified score, and examples linked to online luxury fashion articles, videos and images. Examples:

Haute Hippie Fashion channels a more refined free spirit Implications - The hippie style currently making way in fashion and design trends is an updated version of the 1960s and 1970s wild child. The haute hippie is groovy without the grunge. The revival of bohemian hones in on a more modern and clean spirit than previous decades in order to allow for hippie fashions in any setting--even the workplace.
Haute Hippie
Fashion channels a more refined free spirit
11 Examples + Score + Implications


Polka Dot Poise The traditional print is no longer confined to informal, girlish attire Implications - Polka dots, once reserved for informal, schoolgirl attire on the playground, is getting an haute couture makeover. Designers are incorporating the traditional print into elegant products for menswear, dog clothing, interior design and kitchen accessories. No longer indicative of innocence, polka dots are now more readily used by designers.
Polka Dot Poise
The traditional print is no longer confined to informal, girlish attire
12 Examples + Score + Implications


Vintage Ethics In a time of crisis, people are rethinking their values Implications - As social norms and ethics change, adapting to new values is critical. While hunting for sport or wearing fur were once deemed glamorous, they became taboo in the last decades. Now, however, buying vintage or fakes has led to a reassessment of values. It's wise to revisit the past if new attitude shifts will accommodate.
Vintage Ethics
In a time of crisis, people are rethinking their values
12 Examples + Score + Implications


Borrowed Luxury High-end rentals allow less affluent consumers temporary indulgences Implications - In 2009, we discovered 'Rental Culture,' in which consumers were renting everything from art to apparel in an effort to save money during the recession. Now, consumers have more discretionary income at their fingertips and are thus going bigger with their rentals. Renting a couture gown or luxury vehicle is less costly than actually purchasing it, which helps to alleviate feelings of buyer's remorse or guilt, and they also allow the less wealthy the chance to reward themselves with some much-deserved indulgence, if only for a day or two.
Borrowed Luxury
High-end rentals allow less affluent consumers temporary indulgences
7 Examples + Score + Implications


Aggressive Couture Chains, studs, and leather give our wardrobes a hardened edge Implications - Out with the frilly and romantic; in with the rough and the tough. Biker-inspired fashions were incorporated onto runways and editorials for several seasons, leading to a love affair with chains, studs, biker gloves, and tons of leather. The biker-babe resurgence offers a glimmer of the retro theme, but ultimately points to a harder, more callous vibe in clothing preference.
Aggressive Couture
Chains, studs, and leather give our wardrobes a hardened edge
11 Examples + Score + Implications


Haute Athleticism Fitness-focused fashions mirror healthy lifestyle makeovers Implications - Sports and fashion are mingling like never before. Athletic apparel retailers and high fashion designers have begun collaborating en masse. This isn't the only way the two interests are teaming up, as athletics-inspired fashions have been popping up all over RTW runways in 2009.
Haute Athleticism
Fitness-focused fashions mirror healthy lifestyle makeovers
10 Examples + Score + Implications


Haute Techcessories High fashion gadget cases appeal to label-conscious consumers Implications - Although everyone may have the same tablet or phone, tech consumers know that one area they can differentiate themselves is their gadget cases. Because couture fashion consumers love labels and high-end designer products, meeting the need of this market group is as simple as a designer extending his product line to include tech accessories. From Louis Vuitton to Marc Jacobs, fashion houses are joining in on the techcessories craze.
Haute Techcessories
High fashion gadget cases appeal to label-conscious consumers
8 Examples + Score + Implications


Reviving Constriction Victorian-era corsets show a penchant for self-punishment Implications - Despite living in an era with a wide array of personal freedoms, Victorian-era corsets have made a comeback. They're revered most among emo and punk subcultures, where this self-imposed constriction offers a more realistic alternative to the happy-go-lucky and materialistic mainstream world.
Reviving Constriction
Victorian-era corsets show a penchant for self-punishment
9 Examples + Score + Implications


Golden Men Influential fashion designers are introducing a new masculine gold Implications - Gold fashion popped onto the pop culture radar for women back in 2004, but it wasn’t until 2008 that it was notably integrated into menswear. As influential designers like John Galliano for Dior highly impact mainstream trends, expect to see everything from golden shoes to bronze pants for men.
Golden Men
Influential fashion designers are introducing a new masculine gold
5 Examples + Score + Implications


Grunge Glamorization Pricey takes on grunge lets consumers take part without sacrificing quality Implications - The popularity of purposely worn-out fashion is at a high, and to bridge the gap between high-end consumers and the lower-end side of fashion, upscale designers are producing their own takes on this look. This approach allows for consumers to take part in a novel shift without moving too far from their established shopping habits.
Grunge Glamorization
Pricey takes on grunge lets consumers take part without sacrificing quality
5 Examples + Score + Implications


Multi-Function Time Time has become secondary for the modern clock Implications - Dual or multi-purpose electronics have gained mass appeal. Watches have become especially popular multi-functional devices as they can be combined with several different gadgets for portable convenience. Technologies that offer alternate functions reduce clutter, save time and often serve as status symbols.
Multi-Function Time
Time has become secondary for the modern clock
5 Examples + Score + Implications


Sneaker Couture Enhancing the casualness of luxury, brands hype opulent athletic styles Implications - With the luxury goods market expanding at an exponential rate, consumers are turning to everyday luxury choices like sneakers to express social status. Previously low brow, casual attire from high-end brands is being accepted by consumers as a way to incorporate luxury further and push against cultural norms.
Sneaker Couture
Enhancing the casualness of luxury, brands hype opulent athletic styles
7 Examples + Score + Implications


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