Sneak peek: intu Metrocentre preview top trends for AW16

 

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All images by Lucie Simon

The intu Metrocentre Style Garden was adorned with quirky homeware, designer clothing and accessories from Metrocentre retailers, as well as food and cocktails provided by Carluccio’s restaurant. Staff from Thomas Sabo, Tom Ford, Aspinal of London and the Watch Station were also in the Style Garden to inform people about new season products.

intu Metrocentre AW16 Preview
intu Metrocentre AW16 Preview
intu Metrocentre AW16 Preview
intu Metrocentre AW16 Preview
Intu Metrocentre Stylist, Michaela Dale, giving us a trend masterclass in the style garden.
intu Metrocentre AW16 Preview
A detailed blouse with a crochet collar, available from Simply Be.
intu Metrocentre AW16 Preview
The heritage check trend accessorised with a timeless Westwood handbag.

Intu Metrocentre Stylist, Michaela Dale, talked us through this seasons must have garments from Simply Be, Oasis, Warehouse, French Connection and more. The previewed trends included heritage checks, which focused on traditional checked prints with an authentic vintage feel. Velvet Dreams demonstrated how to wear seasonal velvet pieces and how to break up the look by mixing textures. Purple Reign showed off regal tones which are certain to brighten up the colder months, whilst Midnight Sparkle debuted those must have glittering pieces for the party season. The final trend was timeless animal print, which is ideal to brighten up a muted outfit with a statement pair of boots or printed jacket. We fell in love with a baby pink faux fur coat from Cath Kidston and a stunning embellished blouse from BIBA.

Thank you to Intu Metrocentre for having us and hosting a great event!

What is your favourite trend for this season? Let us know by tweeting us @Fashion_North!

 

 

 

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