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‘The east wind blows in the street to-day; The sky is blue, yet the town looks grey…’
So begins Amy Levy’s ‘A February Day in London‘, painting the picture of dulled colours washing over the city. It is safe to say that when Levy first wrote these words in 1899 that the streets lacked a certain flare – something now in abundance thanks to the vivacity Fashion Week brings to both the cat and side walks.
This year’s flare is mirrored by the print trends identified in All Eyes’ latest report. From traditional stripes and polka dots to the spunk of leopard and reptilian prints – as diverse as this years attendees dressed, they’ve been united by their prominent showcase of textiles. You can browse our collections of trends as featured in the All Eyes March report below:
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All Eyes is a fashion inspiration tool for designers, stylists and buyers. Our unique take on trend analysis is based around real social content – it’s unbiased, real-time, user-generated and geo-specific. With a growing community of 750+ trend scouts and fashion influencers posting from over 60 countries worldwide, we provide insights into current and emerging global fashion trends as they appear from the street.
Using our exclusive data, we’re able to provide real-time insights into what is trending and where, giving you the edge you need in today’s competitive fashion landscape. Our wide variety of filter parameters, coupled with machine learning algorithms allow our subscribers to produce their own bespoke street style reports at the touch of a button.
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