Fashion Trends Spring, Summer 2015

Here are some trends you can expect to see next spring.

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Models present creations for Chanel during the 2015 Spring/Summer ready-to-wear collection fashion show, on September 30, 2014, in Paris. Click through for trends you can expect to see next spring.
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Peace and Love: Rachel Zoe must be in hippie heaven with this seasons most all-embracing trend, Boho Chic. Coachella attendees rejoice.
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Tommy Hilfiger Spring Summer 2015nNew York Fashion Week
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Paul & Joe Spring Summer 2015nParis Fashion Week
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Monochromo: The black and white design associated with the psychedelic sixties was given new life with subtle patterns and modern styles.
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Spring Summer 2015nMilan Fashion Week
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Thakoon Spring Summer 2015nNew York Fashion Week
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Check Me Out: Nothing says spring like a picnic, and nothing says picnic like gingham prints. The checkered pattern seen at Oscar de la Renta and Michael Kors will be a great replacement for fall’s plaid.
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Altuzarra Spring Summer 2015nNew York Fashion Week
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Michael Kors Spring Summer 2015nNew York Fashion Week
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Fringe: The off-shoot boho trend returned to the runway refurbished to liven the minidress, and added movement to otherwise basic pieces.
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Sonia Rykiel Spring Summer 2015nParis Fashion Week
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Alberta Ferretti Spring Summer 2015nMilan Fashion Week
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Spring Leather?: Blame it on climate change or blame the fact that these clothes arrive in stores in the dead of winter, but designers are pushing Spring leather like never before.
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Philipp Plein Spring Summer 2015nMilan Fashion Week
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Louis Vuitton Spring Summer 2015 Paris Fashion WeekFrance.
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DSquared2 Spring Summer 2015 Milan Fashion Week
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Candor Fashion: This transparent fashion trend requires an open-mind and some serious cardio training.
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Blumarine Spring Summer 2015nMilan Fashion Week
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Konnichiwa: A surprising fashion trends this season came from the Far East. Japanese motifs were apparent in Herve Leger’s Kimono cuts and Maison Marti’s Obi belt.
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Herve Leger By Max Azria Spring Summer 2015nMercedes-Benz Fashion Week
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Andrew GN Spring Summer 2015nParis Fashion Week
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Denim on Denim: This classic fabric continues to rule the runway, and its not hard to see why. The effortlessness of denim makes it this seasons go-to trend.
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Chloé Spring Summer 2015nParis Fashion Week
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Gucci Spring Summer 2015nMilan Fashion Week
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Lace it up: Lace-up details are synonymous with Halloween or sexy (and expensive) lingerie. Throw out your preconceived notions and embrace this seasons “it” trend, a perfect balance between sweet and naughty, seen on everything from the sandals at Chloe to dresses at Gucci.
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Gucci Spring Summer 2015nMilan Fashion Week
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Fashion Meets Art: An emerging trend for this season is the watercolor print, further blurring the lines between fashion and art. The blend of bold beautiful colors will match perfectly with that summer tan. Just don’t call it tie-dye!
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Emilio Pucci Spring Summer 2015nMilan Fashion Week
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Chanel Spring Summer 2015nParis Fashion Week
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Victorian Lace: Lace tends to make back a comeback every spring, and this year is no different. The delicate fabric returned heavier, layered and with a Victorian influence.
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Givenchy Spring Summer 2015nParis Fashion Week
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Oscar de la Renta Spring Summer 2015nNew York Fashion Week
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Saturday Night Fever: With the ’70s signing for such a major comeback in 2015, we were bound to see some of its signature silhouettes. After seasons of the skinny, cigarette pant dominating the runways and racks, a wider leg shape has finally returned.
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Derek Lam Spring Summer 2015nNew York Fashion Week
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Coach Spring Summer 2015nNew York Fashion Week
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