On a recent visit to the pink palace of West Coast Cooler Fashion Week HQ, we caught a sneak glimpse of the most eye-catching, vibrant trends set to be huge this season .

In scenes reminiscent of ‘The Devil Wears Prada’ (only without the devil), the office was filled with envy-inducing rails of the hottest Autumn/ Winter ’15 collections, that are due to storm the catwalks this October.

Fashion Week director Cathy Martin and her team were busy finalising the details of this season’s busy schedule. But Belfast’s most fashionable team took time out of their jam-packed itineraries to discuss our urgent question – which looks will be bang on trend this season? (Yes, when we said we clearly meant it – our pay-check has just cleared…)

Belfast’s fashion-pack has showed us their favourites from this year’s stunning array of leading designers, boutiques and retailers.

As you can see from our spectacular gallery below, citrus bursts of vibrant fuchsia, blood & burnt orange and lime-gold are set to be huge this season.

Meanwhile, Autumn’s favourite colour burgundy is also back in a big way – combine this with material of the moment suede to guarantee the ultimate fashion forward ensemble (an example of which I’ve included below!)

Whilst embellishments are still major news for Winter they have been revamped this season with high-voltage retro shifts and thigh-skimming mini-dresses- sure to turn heads at this years Christmas party!

Red and monochrome are also set to dominate Autumn and Winter once again, but with red revitalised in metallic sheens and deep orange hues. Whilst black and white is due to cling to every one of your gorgeous curves with the host of form-fitting dresses hitting the shops this season. We love how well the monochrome dresses create flattering silhouettes, drawing the eye in and creating the impression of a cinched in waist and streamline figure, like the gorgeous Jourdan evening gown below.

The full show schedule and further info for West Coast Cooler Belfast Fashion Week is available online at belfastfashionweek.com.

 

 

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