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Trend Board returns to Maredimoda Cannes
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Maredimoda Trend Board 2016, an observatory forecasting trends for S/S 2018 returns to Maredimoda Cannes, a trade show focusing on textiles and accessories for beachwear and underwear.

“Starting from this year, Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti Milano (NABA) will be part of the working team composed by WGSN, world's leading trend forecasting authority,” a press release from the organiser informed.

The working team will also include David Shah, an icon of style trends, colours and social changes as well as publisher of Textile View.

The NABA team will be composed by students belonging to the three-year BA Program in Fashion Design and will be guided by their tutor Colomba Leddi.

Also this year, WGSN will conduct a survey which will include four macro trends for beachwear and two for the underwear 2018.

Once the macro trends are outlined, the NABA team will develop and complete the trend forecasting, with more specific suggestions and tips going into each trend in depth, to make it as applicable as possible.

“The valuable contribution of David Shah, who has been collaborating with Maredimoda since a long time, will help define trends 2018 in terms of style and colours,” the organisers noted.

The project will start with a round table of all participants like WGSN, NABA students and David Shah at the NABA headquarters in Milan.

The organiser further informed that the MaredimodaTrend Board Forecasting will be presented in Como and Barcelona in May to operators.

People in charge of style from companies exhibiting at MarediModa will develop this information to create collections which will be presented in Cannes from November 8–10, 2016.

NABA Academy will be responsible to design the Trend Forum Area at the exhibition, which is a real style engine for operators visiting Maredimoda Cannes. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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