HOW DO YOU WEAR THE 2018 TIE-DIE TREND?
These graphic stains are the biggest trend on and off the runway this season. When you think of tie & dye you often think of the lacklustre days of woodstock and hippy chic vibes. This art on fabric technique has certainly gained a bad reputation over the years. But lo and behold, tie & dye is not a complete write off just yet. The fashion royalties of the world are bringing back and embracing these nostalgic colourful stained patterns this summer.
How do you wear the 2018 tie-dye trend?
Michael Kors is embracing these artisanal patterns to channel the relaxed island attitude and taking it to luxurious new heights in delicate silks and lux cashmeres. These outfits are made for the fashion goddess who loves to be a little 'extra' on cruises in sexy slip dresses and throw-on-and go styles. These inspired designs are perfect for the jetsetters and trend makers this year.
If you thought summer looks meant that you leave the glam factor at home, this collection will make you think again. Micheal Kors brings the glitz to the party by accenting these monochromatic stains with sheer fabrics and sequins to glamp-up the shine on even a relaxed pant or chic sundress.
We also see fashion legend Ralph Lauren getting on board the tie-dye wagon. This liquid dress looks like its made of water, and certainly does not seem beach-y in a negative way but instead takes on all the summery feels of a beautiful blue-sky day at the beach in the Hampton's.
What's your take on the tie-dye fashion trend? For us it truly embodies our island spirit during any season! Stylized silhouettes and the right fabrics can really give this not-so-new trend a well deserved style-upgrade.MSGM takes an almost traditional take on the tie-dye but with subtle muted pops of colour. Gucci uses tie & dye to gives these otherwise casual T's a graphical edge in their ready-to-wear collection.
Our designers love experimenting with this craft which our local artisens execute to a tee. Our fashion editors would even go as far as saying that a tie-dye sarees will never go out of style.