Get Futuristic 2014 Trends

In this post we will show you main trends of 2014, from street fashion to mainstream. New 2014 collections from Givenchy, McQueen, and more from London Fashion Week. Alexander McQueen collection, at London’s Welsh Chapel, contains ALL major trends for 2014: Gothic styling, gold accessories, monochromatic rectangle prints, while gold and metallic hues and artistic portraits. Givenchy also going with trends, using epic prints, geometric figures, and gothic styling, but using more colors on prints. Sauvage and FKZ are also supported the trend with color scheme, futuristic and gothic themes, and gold & metallic accessories:

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few pictures via: creativexhype.wordpress.com

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