Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Did You Know...

We’re always working on a variety of projects at Stylecouncil, so here’s a quick reminder of what we have to offer:

Did you know…








Having a variety of services allows us to find a unique solution to each client. Whatever stages you’re at in development we can help you get to a finished product!


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Thursday, November 8, 2018

Pink: The History of Punk, Pretty, and Powerful Color


Color is a big part of our work at Stylecouncil, so this week we thought we’d visit FIT’s latest exhibition. The show is called Pink: The History of a Punk, Pretty, and Powerful Color. The show is located in their Special Exhibitions Gallery.
We love how they’ve created an entire exhibition solely on a single color. Pink plays a major role in different cultures, gender and history. Its difficult to understand how powerful the color pink is until you're standing in space filled with it.


The theme “pink is power” is an excellent example on how designers contribute to the world. We usually associate pink with being delicate, quiet, and feminine, but this exhibit showed how designers have changed this idea of pink. Instead making the color feel strong, loud, and androgynous.


If you haven’t already, go check it out! The exhibition is up until January 5th, so there’s still time! #HistoryofPink


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Thursday, November 1, 2018

Style Council Fun Facts

Being a part of the fashion industry means things are always changing. Here’s 7 fun facts to give you some insight on our history & where we’re at now:










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Thursday, October 25, 2018

SS '19 Sneak Peek



This week we wanted to give you all a sneak peek of our SS ‘19 Collection!



To jazz up the usual plaid we’ve layered them with flat florals and other fun silhouettes. Layering prints is a sure fire way to make a statement!
 
It wouldn’t feel like spring without some tropical prints!  To get that paradise feel we’ve included tie dyes, large florals and tribal palm designs.


Another theme we’ve been working with is mix prints! We’ve layered, added borders and overlapped patterns to combine some dazzling different styles.


To take a look at our SS ‘19 collection please contact us at creativeservices@stylecouncil.com

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Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Spring 2019's Forecast: Partly Pastel with a 100% Chance of Chic

Spring 2019's Forecast: Partly Pastel with a 100% chance of Chic

Hermes, Stella McCartney, Lemaire, Each Other and Poiret's use of color feels soft, light, and otherworldly. What’s interesting about these pastels is they can stand well on their own or create fluid combinations.

Coming back to earth, with these rich bold primaries. Dolce and Gabbana, Alice and Olivia, and Elie Saab mix the basics to create a sophisticated palette. The constant use of a vibrant red sets these designs on fire, by making them confident and playful.
 

Paco Rabanne, Celine, Discount Universe, and David Koma use metallic shades to make a disco statement. The reflective colors adds movement, fluorescence, and a fun energy to each look.


Oscar de la Renta, Rebecca de Ravenel, Mary Katrantzou, Dries Van Norton and Valentino go back to the classics by only using black to white. The contrast from this palette creates negative space making your eye catch every detail. The use of minimal colors feels refined and elevates the design.


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Friday, September 28, 2018

Sprouting Floral Trends

As promised we’re back with more trends. Only this time we're focusing on florals


We keep seeing flat florals walk down the runways. Versace, Mara Hoffman, Whistles, and Carolina Herrera are a few who’ve included these prints. Having such flat shapes and minimal color allows these patterns to be both simple and bold.


 Folkwear is another fun trend that adapts traditional motifs. Elie Saab, Red Valentino and Bande Noir have all taken their own twist on this trend, but we do love how they all have pops of red!


 We are calling this next trend 70s boudoir because of this airy and feminine take on 70’s florals. Designers Emilio Pucci, Gucci and Anna Sui play off of this theme to create sophisticated, yet youthful looks. It’s great for your oversized kimonos and pajama wear!


Cynthia Rowling, Anna Sui and Paco Rabanne are just a few of the designers playing with this floral sham trend. Imagine the flowers on your favorite duvet shrunk down to an extreme. This trend plays with scale and simplistic design.


New week, new trends!

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Thursday, September 20, 2018

Trend Report Runway SS19

With NYFW over we are beginning to see some exciting trends.
Below are a few of our favorites.

Every culture has a rich history on textiles and we’re seeing this brought to the runway in an curious and contemporary way. So far we’ve seen Etro, Alice and Olivia, Osman and Mary Katrantzou play with Global Embellishments. Their use of metallics, placement prints, and fun embroideries are inspiring.


We’re also seeing designers take a whimsical approach. Miu Miu, Libertine, Whit, Tibi and Dior are a few who’ve included these fun prints into their newest collections. We love how detailed and free-spirited each print is.


Within florals we've been seeing a romantic prairie theme. Zac Posen, Rebecca taylor, Markus Lupfer, and Adam Lippes use of delicate florals is dreamy.


Bold basics are some of our favorites. Designers Carolina Herrera, Boss,and Prabal Gurung use bold and colorful stripes to bring their prints alive. This is one trend we hope to keep on seeing!


Keep a look out these next couple of weeks, we have a few more trends coming your way!

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