Trends have been around for centuries, a word that can be used to describe many things, like a general tendency, a course of an event, a current style, or even the general direction of something. Below is some information on trends in a fashion sense.

Miami Fashion Week, New York Fashion Week, and Paris fashion week are some of the most influential and biggest fashion shows ever created, aside from shows hosted by popular designers like Givenchy, Dior, Louis Vuitton, Betsey Johnson, and others.

When the fashions from these shows are released, the fashion world becomes filled with delight and the masses begin to get ideas for what is trendy. The way the designers decide what is trendy or not is an exciting process. One of the more interesting things is that picking the right fabric is actually the first step. Each year there is numerous fabric conventions held that have a massive selection of new fabric swatches, patterns, colors, textiles, etc.

Premiere Vision, held in New York, the global textile affair is one of the premier functions for all major fashion houses and designers. The event is host to the most high-end and well-respected fabric mills and textile manufactures.

Setting the standards for what could be a possible trend for the upcoming season, all the important fashion houses makes this a must attend occasion. So for all of the aspiring designers, keep in mind that the first step in fashioning a trend, is to choose the correct fabric, pattern, textiles, etc. The right choice can mean the difference between a trend and a fad.

What do you guys think about this information? What kind of trend would you create? What was your favorite trend? For people with an interest in experiencing creative individuals, or to learn more about CINpals™ contact us at (786) 562-7601 or at Cinpalsinfo@gmail.com, or you can visit our site www.cinpals.com.


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