Vogue Magazine Travels the World for Spring/Summer 2018 Fashions

Saturday, June 9, 2018

It is almost summer, and I am in a fashionable mood. While outside or inside malls, people watching and window shopping, I have noticed pastels and bold colors, whether solids, prints, or floral. Bold rainbow colors are being promoted, whether rainbows are a symbol of springtime or for political homosexual reasons. I decided to go on YouTube to check out Vogue Magazine videos, where Anna Wintour summarizes some Spring/Summer 2018 fashions on the runways.

#1 Spring/Summer 2018 in Milano, Italy

  1. Vogue Magazine travels to Milan, Italy for Spring/Summer 2018 fashions. Patterns and prints in bold colors lead the way here.
  2. Gold Gowns 
  3. Women Empowerment Message

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#2 Costa Mesa, California mall in OC

I traveled today to South Coast Plaza, which is only 5 miles away via my VW Beetle, and I took some snapshots of Nordstrom mannequins. Immediately, I noticed that the new look for store window mannequins is the bald robotic look, which has been popular for a couple of years now, although I much prefer mannequins with wigs and makeup. But, besides that, I noticed bold colors for sundresses, blouses, and pants, as well as culottes and wide legged pants and cropped pants. 

Sunglasses, espadrilles, sandals, and sunhats are also popular.

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#3 Menswear at Nordstrom window display–Costa Mesa, Califoria

  1. Menswear for Spring/Summer 2018 is just as soft and fun, but in neutral colors. Men's colors are all about natural and earthy colors, but in pale neutral.
  2. One male mannequin is wearing a casual, unstructured, and loosely fit pants and jacket with pastel colored blouse and Birkenstock.
  3. The other male mannequin wears a dark colored shorts, floral print tropical shirt, sunglasses, and sneakers. 

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#4 My Surreal Mannequin Art Photography, Part 2

In this surreal mannequin photograph, I tried to capture downtown Costa Mesa, which includes a crowded and busy parking lot, mannequins posing inside Nordstrom, customers insider the store, and trees surrounding the mall. The mannequins in the first floor are African American to represent diversity.

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Written by Fifi Leigh

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