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About the Luxury Fashion Report

Trend Hunter’s Luxury Fashion Trend Report explores the world of haute couture, covering high fashion trends in menswear, ladies fashion and designer clothes from the runways in New York, Paris and London. Our research covers everything from suits and gowns to shoes and heels, as well as highlighting top brands like Gucci, Armani, Louis Vuitton and Hermes. Thanks to the bevy of fashion blogs and fashion editorials available these days, consumers can access couture clothing easier than ever before. Also, with vintage clothing stores taking on luxury clothes for inventory, consumers can now afford high end fashion items.

Who It's For

From fashion boutiques and high-end retailers to stylists and fashion designers, our research will give you a clear picture of luxury fashion trends that appeal to consumers.

Subscribe to the Luxury Fashion Trend Report to stay informed of haute couture clothing grabbing consumer interest.

The Luxury Fashion Trend Report, last published on Nov 26, 2014, includes 404 PRO Trends and 2,020 examples of luxury fashion market research and luxury fashion consumer trends related to: couture, menswear, designer clothes, handbags, gowns and luxury fashion trends.

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Our luxury fashion research is based on Trend Hunter's crowdsourced luxury fashion articles and 2,162,000,000 total views of data. [Learn More]

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• 404 Luxury Fashion PRO Trends = 404 Powerpoint Pages Luxury Fashion PPT Report
• 2,020 Luxury Fashion Examples

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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:

Winterized Couture High fashion products get a cold weather overhaul to satisfy need for function Implications - Cold weather apparel is associated with a bulky, utilitarian aesthetic, which is something brands are combating against with high end fashions designed with function and fashion in mind. As consumers come to expect style but require more to be intrigued, the incorporation of functionality seals the deal.
Winterized Couture
High fashion products get a cold weather overhaul to satisfy need for function
7 Examples + Score + Implications


Blatant Faux Fake fur provides mental and physical comfort in more than just clothing Implications - Though physical comfort is still important to consumers, the desire for a clear conscience has consumers seeking alternatives to luxurious, but often cruel fur. This ushers in a wave of faux fur that is so pervasive it is penetrating industries beyond fashion. Consumers are wearing their faux fur badge with pride, un-intuitively going against the glamorization of "authenticity" in favor of passive activism.
Blatant Faux
Fake fur provides mental and physical comfort in more than just clothing
7 Examples + Score + Implications


Pop Cultured Auto Car companies partner with well-known celebs to create pop culture appeal Implications - Seeking to expand market exposure, high-end brands like those in the auto industry are turning to pop culture collaborations for consumer appeal. Joining forces with celebrities and media icons, auto manufacturers are using the fame and recognition of well-known figures to heighten their products with status. This reflects a need for more approachable marketing tactics, particularly when it comes to more exclusive product designs.
Pop Cultured Auto
Car companies partner with well-known celebs to create pop culture appeal
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Oversized Entertainment Despite a shift towards mobile tech, TV size grows to meet consumer demand Implications - Despite the rise of handheld tech devices, the traditional size of consumer televisions are growing to take up more space. This shift towards larger, more immersive in-home experiences comes about as a differentiation from small-screen mobile devices.
Oversized Entertainment
Despite a shift towards mobile tech, TV size grows to meet consumer demand
7 Examples + Score + Implications


Car-Branded Tech Auto manufacturers partner with tech brands to deliver luxury accessories Implications - The incorporation of high end technologies into automobiles is becoming commonplace, but the further extension of car branding into the tech industry is gaining traction. This wave of auto-branded tech products further extends the link between auto ownership and lifestyle.
Car-Branded Tech
Auto manufacturers partner with tech brands to deliver luxury accessories
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Conscious Stay Adding awareness to travel destinations, hotels adopt social good tactics Implications - Seeking to connect with travelers on a more emotional level, hotels are adopting elements of social good for consumer appeal. Exposing guests to social issues and offering chances to volunteer and give back, these travel destinations appeal to not just the need for new experiences, but the need to feel good about oneself.
Conscious Stay
Adding awareness to travel destinations, hotels adopt social good tactics
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Communal Architecture Architectural styles shift to support the rise of a share-friendly culture Implications - As consumers come to prefer sharing culture rather than ownership for large items like vehicles, that same mentality is shifting towards home ownership. Instead of purchasing a private dwelling, the shift towards owning a partially shared space is supporting a preference for communal living and enforced social interaction.
Communal Architecture
Architectural styles shift to support the rise of a share-friendly culture
5 Examples + Score + Implications


Generational Footwear Instead of fit or function, brands use time periods as inspiration Implications - Although the cyclical nature of fashion is nothing new, brands are using the quintessential aesthetics of specific generations -- past or future -- in design for aesthetic appeal. This approach to design targets consumers more concerned with aesthetics rather than functionality.
Generational Footwear
Instead of fit or function, brands use time periods as inspiration
5 Examples + Score + Implications


PLUS 398 more Luxury Fashion PRO Trends and 2,020 examples!



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