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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 May 21, 2015, includes 457 PRO Trends and 2,285 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 2,367,000,000 total views of data. [Learn More]

Report Contents

• 457 Luxury Fashion PRO Trends = 457 Powerpoint Pages Luxury Fashion PPT Report
• 2,285 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:

Charitable Enrollment Consumers enroll in services for the sake of social good Implications - As consumers become more socially aware, they are more likely to search for ways to contribute to making the world a better place. Rather than seeking personal rewards, many consumers are being motivated by charitable intentions when it comes to enrolling for memberships and services, revealing a desire to achieve personal fulfillment through social good.
Charitable Enrollment
Consumers enroll in services for the sake of social good
6 Examples + Score + Implications


Collaborative Membership Shared workspaces entice members with social benefits Implications - Rather than prioritizing individual ownership, the share economy promotes the collaborative consumption of goods and services, including shared work spaces. Beyond the sharing of physical space, these memberships entice consumers with the promise of fostering a sense of community and collaboration, suggesting that shared creation is just as important as shared consumption in this socio-economic model.
Collaborative Membership
Shared workspaces entice members with social benefits
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Experiential Trailer Automobile trailers receive a update with unexpected added functions Implications - Seeking to heighten on-the-road experiences, drivers are seeking out trailers that provide more than just extra space and storage. Doubling as portable saunas, kitchens and even living spaces, these automobile attachments give travelers the chance to not only enjoy comforts of home, but also elevate the travel experiences with specialized forms of entertainment.
Experiential Trailer
Automobile trailers receive a update with unexpected added functions
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Scented Slumber Companies offer scents to help consumers doze naturally Implications - New lines of aromatherapy products are helping users sleep with shut eye-inducing scents. These products speak to a surge in clients looking to naturally enhance sleep through ingredients such as essential oils and botanical extracts. Brands in this industry are capitalizing on the value placed on "natural" approaches to health issues by offering non-medicinal solutions.
Scented Slumber
Companies offer scents to help consumers doze naturally
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Intimate Partying Bars and nightclubs get smaller and cozier to offer a more personal experience Implications - Many nightlife venues are downsizing and simplifying in an effort to offer guests a more intimate experience. Looking to nightlife as a form of escape, consumers appreciate the crowd control and opportunity for connection. Smaller venues also lend themselves to offer more personal performances by musicians and DJs.
Intimate Partying
Bars and nightclubs get smaller and cozier to offer a more personal experience
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Touchless Cosmetic Self care is applied without actual human touch to streamline the process Implications - With consumers focusing on their health, ditching chemicals, and making their own cosmetics, it's not surprise that the puritan approach to self care continues with touchless cosmetic. Omitting hands from the equation entirely, products and gadgets that allow consumers to apply products without contaminating them communicate a feel of freshness.
Touchless Cosmetic
Self care is applied without actual human touch to streamline the process
6 Examples + Score + Implications


Experiential Eating Consumers search for themed dining experience to satiate a need for adventure Implications - Experiential dining is on the rise as consumers' appetite for adventure increases. Restaurants, bars and cafes that cater to this thrill-seeking behavior are turning to immersive spaces to really drive the theme home, suggesting that consumers are responding to more extreme forms of design and decor.
Experiential Eating
Consumers search for themed dining experience to satiate a need for adventure
5 Examples + Score + Implications


Self-Curated Eatery Food and beverage retailers tailor individual needs with self-curating tasks Implications - Redefining how traditional meals and beverages are served, dining establishments are turning to self-curating activities to make eating and dining more customized. Giving patrons more control, retailers are allowing diners to arrange, taste and alter meals and desserts as they see fit, transforming traditional dining establishments into experiences that are cleverly tailored to each individual.
Self-Curated Eatery
Food and beverage retailers tailor individual needs with self-curating tasks
4 Examples + Score + Implications


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