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Image / Fashion

The IMAGE AW Trend Report: Toffee Pops


By IMAGE
18th Aug 2016
The IMAGE AW Trend Report: Toffee Pops

This season, revel in a riot of tactile textures, from sumptuous velvets to metallic finishes. Traditional prints are reimagined in directional silhouettes, while sports luxe is the trend that’s really got legs.

Toffee Pops

Delicious caramel tones bring luxury and warmth to AW16. From burnt amber and oatmeal to classic camel, we’re hungry for textured pieces in complementary colours.

Left-right: Amanda Wakeley, Baja East, Eudon Choi, Gareth Pugh

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Left-right: H&M, Max Mara, Nina Ricci, Rochas

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Left: Stella McCartney, Right: Tibi

The Hero Pieces

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Left; Colourblock coat, Saks Potts, €1,050.39 at Brownthomas.com, Top middle; wool and cashmere coat, €450 at maje.com, Top right; suede skirt, €279 at Massimo Dutti, Bottom middle; Finely bag, Elizabeth and James, €485 at neimanmarcus.com, Bottom right,ochre blazer cardigan. €125 at Cos

See this trend and more in the IMAGE Magazine September issue, on shelves nationwide now.