Trends Autumn/Winter 2012 / 2013: Empacho Retro

Trends Autumn/Winter 2012 / 2013: Empacho Retro

Miu Miu

In the 21st century is it vintage, antique, retro. The prints of the 50′ and 60′ returning to the catwalks and do it with force. And it is that the retro trend takes in modern times. Of course, that every designer brings his touch and ones we like more than others.

Louis Vuitton

 

Surfeit of print retro is the collection of Louis Vuitton. Floral, abstract prints, mixture of tissues … and all this must be added even more retro fashion accessories, especially shoes tie.

Giambattista Valli

 

Giambattista Valli bet on large pictures, one of the most oft-repeated geometric prints of this style, and does so in black and white. It combines two trends, mainly in cropped pants and jackets, multiple versions.

Miu Miu

 

Miu Miu It is another collection that we could define as empalagosa. It highlights the male costumes cropped straight trousers and coats or American, with psychedelic prints calidoscopios. Too much for me! And more when I don’t like nothing this trend.

We can also see prints futuristic, scraps to the Paco Rabbane and gown fifties skirts.

Prada

 

The Oscar for the most tacky fashion accessories takes it Prada. For a long time not seen uos shoes and a few bags as ugly, all I have to say it. And not to say I have of the printed wallpaper or what is the same, the print of paper wall that reminds me of my grandmother’s House for several years. Of course, now this is fashion.

Ralph Lauren

 

The british style It can also be retro. And these suits with vest and tie included, fully male are proof of this. Pinstriped or something bastos pictures are the characteristics of these models.

Juanjo Oliva

 

Much more refined and lady It’s him retro look of Juanjo Oliva. And it is that Spanish designers also opt for this trend. And he does it in a modern and refined, way away from the Baroque. It is definitely stylish. If I like!

Do you think, you will join some of the modalities of the retro style?

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