Trends from Paris Fashion Week

Actually Paris Fashion Week Spring / Summer 2012 has ended. So, this time to peek at the dominant style in Paris which of course will be a trend in 2012. Reporting from, the following trend 2012 from Paris Fashion Week.

mini skirts
Both the pants and mini skirts, a trend that developed last year will appear again next year. In leather at Balmain, pink lace dress at Valentino, fluid pants at Dries Van Noten or Guy Laroche.

Broderie Anglaise
Tonal embroidery with a small hole edged in stitches buttons appear dominant in the design of Louis Vuitton. This design also appears in a daisy pattern by Giambattista Valli and Nina Ricci.

Light orange color dominate long dress pleated Chloe, boss Anne Valerie Hash, and Issey Miyake dress style fluffy. Carven even use it for sunflower pattern.

Looks neat design accented with studs on Valentino, old-fashioned in the Louis Vuitton and feminine at Sonia Rykiel. Meanwhile, Yohji Yamamoto and Moon Young Hee add folds, and Haider Ackermann using rotating ruff collar.

Design Valentino romantic lace decorated from the top of the head to toe. Chistian Dior and John Galliano also uses beautiful lace on the dress. Meanwhile, Alexander McQueen uses lace to be used as a mask.

Magnifying / Shrinking
Victor and Rolf back baby doll style popularized again, Stella McCartney makes detailed accents that reconstructs a model's body to make it look smaller. Louis Vuitton built using candy colors on a dress embroidered with daisies.

Organza and Gazar
Lightweight materials such as silk threads are made of air play. Volume sparkling accent. Gazar striking organza and jewel colors on the eyes with Yves Saint Laurent designs.

Louis Vuitton and Chanel predicts the trend next year is filled with pastel colors. Soft color is also used by Christian Dior, John Galliano, Rochas and Felipe Oliveira Baptista.

Pleated accents everywhere. Pleated leather at Celine, full-length pleats with colored lines on Chloe, a small and tightly pleated at Alexander McQueen and finely pleated on almost every green Lanvin dress.

Long sleeve
Dominance seen in the design of the long arm of Christian Dior and Stella McCartney. Meanwhile, Yves Saint Laurent add accent lines and layers like flowers bloom in the arm length.