EUROPE: DuPont Lycra Unveils Key Youthwear Trends
Raw, Rhythm, Rock. These are the predictions for autumn/winter 2001-2002 youthwear trends according to DuPont Lycra Styling Bureau. Overall design direction focuses on freedom, individuality and spontaneity. These trends are expressed in a strong revival of pattern and decoration that enable the wearer to adapt to the mood of the moment. Technology is important but not necessarily noticeable - hidden within the construction of the fabric or garment rather than exhibited in obvious "high tech" details. Glamour and a feeling of fun claim positions of equal importance with the prevailing influence of sports and leisure.
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