It is no secret that last season saw a revival of silhouettes from the '70s, where suede A-line minis, flared trousers and the tiniest of cropped tops reigned supreme. This SS16, Topshop dives yet again into the diverse past of fashion's universe, taking us back to the innocent days on the Prairie green. Tacked on, is the rambunctious attitude of sportswear from the '90s, tailoring signature to the '80s, and prints inspired by artworks of modernity.
When it comes to stepping into the new year with fresh threads, expect a trendy throwback from Topshop with this massive blast from fashion's past.
Back in the Daze
Instead of fast fashion's favourite loungey sweatshirts and tailored sweatpants, Topshop means retro business this time around with '90s inspired court sneakers, ribbed sports tops and mom jeans.
Boyish tailoring and power dressing is offered up in a range of smart double-breasted jackets and loose-fit trousers, accompanied by finishing in high sheen that's signature of the '80s.
A contemporary interpretation of romance from the Prairie days of yore. Sweet ruffles and dreamy lace charm in the form of high-necked blouses and chaste silhouettes.
In our personal favourite, cues taken from the masterpieces of revered artists of our time heralds the '60s with art deco thigh-grazers and painterly bright blooms.