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AW 11/12 Regeneration Footwear Forecast

Eryn Behan

Eryn Behan

There’s something about places like Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden that seems to nail contemporary style. Ahead of her forthcoming trend forecast at Fashion Exposed, co-located with Australian Shoe Fair, Eryn Behan explains why.

Eryn Behan is director of Ginger Trend Consulting, the exclusive agent for UK trend forecaster Mudpie and its online platform MPDClick, and a provider of fashion forecast services and consumer insight trends to the fashion and interior design industries throughout Australasia.

Don’t miss Mudpie’s Autumn/Winter 11/12 trend forecast on Sunday 29 August at 9.30am at Fashion Exposed, co-located with Australian Shoe Fair. To book, visit https://tickets.aec.net.au/default/shop

Influenced by contemporary, functional architecture, Regeneration’s ethos is inspired by the innovation and originality integral to the Nordic States. Urban spaces, lifestyle and fashion are rejuvenated. Casual cool styling mixes clever classics with an eccentric twist. A clean, minimal geek chic persona ensues, exuding the now world famous Scandinavian cool.

The most commercial footwear trends going into store late summer for AW 11/12 include buckles and suede wedged heels. Include a modern twist on classic design by using contrasting textures like knitted trims. Key colours are workwear inspired think metropolitan greys and navy blue hues.

Don’t miss Mudpie’s Autumn/Winter 11/12 trend forecast on Sunday 29 August at 9.30am at Fashion Exposed, co-located with Australian Shoe Fair. To book, visithttps://tickets.aec.net.au/default/shop

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