- NYFW fall/winter 2018 just came to a close
- From colorful faux fur coats to shoulder-sweeping earrings, FEMAIL rounds up the 15 hottest trends to come down the runways
New York Fashion Week Fall 2018 just wrapped up and with it’s conclusion comes the forecasting of next season’s trends.
From colorful furry coats to shoulder-sweeping earrings, there were several recurring fashions that came down multiple designer runways.
Here, FEMAIL highlights the top fifteen. Get a pen and paper ready.
1. PLAID LIKE YOU’VE NEVER SEEN IT: Tartan fabrics are commonly used to create classic, everyday garments, but this week we admired fresh iterations of the checked print thanks to designers like Prabal Gurung, Vivienne Tam and Jonathan Simkhai.
Check please: Michael Kors (left), Prabal Gurung (center) and Vivienne Tam (right) served up some modern looks using plaid
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Diamond Prices Rise. The Beginning of a Trend?
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Steady demand and firm prices. Chinese orders slow down as focus turns to consumers for Chinese New Year. Rising expectations for Year of the Dog, after China’s gold, silver and jewelry sales +6% to 47.2B in 2017. Strong rough market during $665M De Beers sight, with dealers selling boxes at estimated 6% average premium.
There were some pretty impressive Hollywood engagement rings in the last year. Here is our first installment of 2017’s celeb engagement rings that all got a “YES”! There is one very distinct trend….the Pear Shape Diamond. It will be interesting to see if the demand for the Pear Shape Diamond will increase in the coming months.The Muse rocker Matt Bellamy popped the question to model Elle Evans while the two vacationed in Fiji. She said yes to a Pear shape solitaire, set in Rose Gold on a thin Diamond band.
Equestrian Karl Cook proposed to Actress Kaley Cuoco on her birthday. In the tearful video that went viral, Kaley said yes to a Pear Shape Diamond set on a reverse graduated diamond band.
The most anticipated engagement of the year by far was Prince Harry to Meghan Markle. Prince Harry custom pieced together a ring for Markle, sourcing the Cushion Shape center stone from Botswana and placing it with two Round diamonds from his mother’s collection, the late Princess Diana. He set the unique and sentimental 3 Stone ring in Yellow Gold.
Rapper Offset proposed to Cardi B on stage with an 8ct Pear Shape diamond, that is. If that wasn’t enough, the 8ct center stone has a double halo, of white and pink diamonds and 2 half carat Pear Shape diamond side stones. The ring is reported to be worth half a million dollars.
John Stamos proposed to model Caitlyn McHugh with a 3 stone ring. The center is an Emerald Shape diamond with Baguette side stones.
Chris Zylka proposed to Paris Hilton on top of a snow covered mountain and takes the title for the biggest engagement rock of 2017. The ring boast a 20ct Pear Shape diamond, reportedly worth 2 Million dollars, with a halo and split shank.