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Lingerie Fashion Week Did Not Disappoint. Take A Look At The Hottest Trends For Spring/Summer 2015.

I have loved looking at all the fabulous spring/summer collections that were seen at Lingerie Fashion Week 2014. I will be showing you all the best trends to look out for next spring.

Charlotte Topping30 October 2014

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On October 24th and 25th we saw the fourth season of Lingerie Fashion Week in Manhattan, New York. More than 25 designers, both established and up and coming, were able to showcase their 2015 spring/summer collections at the lingerie event of the year.

It was refreshing to see models of all shapes and sizes on the runway allowing you to see how the lingerie looked on everyday sized women.
One runway show by You, a lingerie maternity brand, purely featured pregnant women which added some fun and light heartedness to the show.

The lingerie collections were very diverse, some were vibrant and striking in colour and others were light, soft and very feminine. It was great to see such a contrast in styles and colours.
There were three looks that I found to be particularly popular in the collections at Lingerie Fashion Week and today I will be guiding you through them. 

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Black is back and with a vengeance.

I have started to see a lot of lingerie collections that have pieces with a punk/rock couture influence and the spring/summer ranges at Lingerie Fashion Week were no different with the likes of Andree Ciccarelli, Gempicket, Love Cage and The Lilith Collection by Olivia Danielle all embracing this look in their lingerie.
Black will always be a classic colour in lingerie that will never fade out of fashion and bringing a new twist to it always keeps it fresh.

It was the cut-out detailing, use of straps and intricate black lace that gave the lingerie this punk/rock couture inspired feel. I like the fact that the designers didn’t overdo the look and the pieces still managed to look feminine and sexy.  

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Yellow, the colour of spring/summer 2015. If you want to make a bold statement next year then you will love the yellow trend that we have seen so much of and the brighter the better. Swimwear ranges have also embraced this trend, so make sure you stand out on your summer getaway in this fabulous liberating colour.

Yellow didn’t overrule the runways at Lingerie Fashion Week but when it did appear it made a bold statement. NaiS was the designer that really embraced this colour producing contemporary retro inspired pieces which dominated the runway. You was another designer that featured hints of yellow in its collection.

Remember bright is beautiful.  

Soft pastels, light weight fabrics and delicate intricate lace are all features of the stunning romantic trend and I wasn’t disappointed to see them all in abundance at Lingerie Fashion Week.
Designers such as Harlow & Fox, StephieAnn and The Giving Bride produced collections that were effortlessly elegant, graceful and enchanting. It was nice to see softer and more subtle lingerie pieces as black seemed to dominate the runway at Lingerie Fashion Week.
This trend is perfect for the spring/summer season as the fabrics used are lightweight and soft, great for the warmer weather.

Are you a romantic? If so then you are sure to be seduced by the beautiful and feminine lingerie that has embraced this trend. 

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