5 Major Trends You Need To Try

Essential autumn wardrobe prep

We quizzed Eva Galambos, owner of Sydney shopping mecca Parlour X, on what she’s loving, wearing and buying for the boutique. Here, her top 5 trends for the season ahead…

Deconstructed shirting 

“Everyone from Jacquemus, Balenciaga and Vetements to Sacai and Ellery has been breaking down the shirt. It translates well to the Australian market – it’s comfortable and really cool. A man-style oversized shirt, maybe with longer sleeves and in a thick stripe or plain white, is an easy way to try it – you can belt it, wear it as a dress with heels, knot it up or tuck it into a longline skirt.”

1980s redux 

“Demna Gvasalia [founder of Vetements and Balenciaga creative director] has been reconfiguring ’80s, Maison Margiela-esque influences for the here and now, and it’s taking the world by storm.”

The Gucci effect

“The luxury vintage look is all about mixing and matching prints, loads of floral and 70’s-inspired opulent, textured fabrics that are re-constructed with extreme craftsmanship.”

Modern minimalism

“Phoebe Philo designs the ultimate ‘classic with a twist’ pieces at Celine, and has been at fashion’s forefront for years.”

Rock’n’roll chic

“Saint Laurent has been leading the luxe, sensual, glamorous moment that we’re having. I really love the idea of separating evening looks from day looks – for a long time it was about being functional and pragmatic, going straight from work to a function or dinner. But now people want to get dressed up, look fabulous and really feel their best.” 

Head to our sister site StyledBy marie claire to shop the trends and Eva’s look! 

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