SS15 Trend Watch: Lattice and Die-Cut Patterns


 L-R: Balenciaga; Whistles; AkrisErmanno ScervinoBalenciaga


 L-R: Isa Arfen; Altuzarra; Custo Barcelona; Peter Som; Darek Lam

Strict grid patterned lattice pieces and geometric die-cut details were by far the biggest trends across all S/S 2015 fashion weeks. From chain-link fabric overlays to caged frocks and intricate die-cut patterns, the Spring runways saw both calculated, architectural takes on the trend as well as more romantic approaches. We’ve loved the look of lattice-cut fabrics since slipping on Toujours x Fidele’s white cage dress this past Spring. As the last days of Paris’ fashion week come to a close we bet you’ll see the trend on a few more runways too. Cut-outs are so in 😉


L-R: Whistles; Timo Weiland; Milly; Threeasfour; Fendi


L-R: Issa; Milly; Rick Owens; Balenciaga; Julien MacdonaldAkris


L-R: Yohji Yamamoto; Proenza Schouler; Roland Mouret; Gabriele ColangeloKenzo; Proenza Schouler


L-R: Isa Arfen; Reed Krakoff; Custo Barcelona; Versus Versace; Altuzarra

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 L-R: Fausto PuglisiErdemGiuliettaIsa Arfen


 L-R: Opening Ceremony; Elizabeth & James; Sonia by Sonia Rykiel; 3.1 Phillip Lim; Milly


L-R: Proenza Schouler; Versus VersaceVersace; Balenciaga; Fausto Puglisi


 L-R: Akris; Veronique Leroy; Sea; Ellery; Gabriele Colangelo; Veronique Leroy


 L-R:  Christina Siriano; Oscar de la Renta; Balenciaga; Rebecca MinkoffGiulietta


L-R: Balmain; Versace;Balmain; AnrealageVersaceBalmain


L-R: Alexander Wang; Honor; Tess Giberson; Balenciaga; Pamela Roland

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