New, fresh and motivated – this spring, it’s not only about the blooming daisies, lilies and peonies but also about a refreshed mood. It’s finally time to leave those grey and cold days behind in order to start off the colorful season with a fully energized attitude. On top, we want to take it to the next level: For this April, it’s time to leave our comfort zones – because the fashion world and the social happenings truly encourage us to do so!
No matter if you look at newcomers or established designers, they all have one thing in common: They have dared to overcome their fears to do their own thing. How would they translate the political and globally discussed topics into wearable clothes if not? They guide us into the direction we target – it’s actually a simple cycle. However, this means we have to speak up for our needs as well. On one hand, we can improve the social situation. On the other (very important) hand, it sets us free. So the articles, portraits and trend reports of April will show you the reasons why it’s definitely worth it to leave your comfort zones.
What do PVC-coats and the Beastie Boys have in common? Well, they will both be part of the upcoming posts. The second and decisive similarity is how they provide us a new point of view. Apparently, the transparent PVC fabric stands for clarity and it lets every outfit appear in a total different way. At the same time, wearing a PVC coat can be a clear fashion statement – which matches our motto pretty well. Combined with the “New Comfort”-Playlist, which includes the Beastie Boys and Co. (release on Friday, April 6), the vibe is all perfect! Also, the tulle trend is going well with this month’s motto: the feminine but solid fabric stands for a classy and elegant attitude. This versatility means that you can wear a tulle dress like this Longchamp maxi dress in the most varied styling options. Who knows, maybe you will find a totally new combination, which you haven’t dared to wear before. Eventually, there is probably no better way to step – or dance – out of the line than doing so with an airy pink tulle dress.