By  on September 19, 2017

Apparel trends for 2018 are fueled by a return to comfort and utility: think of billowy blouses, slouchy trousers and the resurgence of tabs and drawstrings. Albeit upcoming color and textile trends tell a different story as saturated pigments, graphic colorblocks, shiny fabrics and patent leathers are projected to appear on the runways next year.

At MintModa, a New York-based provider of brand-centric trend forecasts for fashion and design-related industries, researchers look beyond design and into the psychology behind material choice and color to deliver apt trend projections. The firm’s founder and creative director, Sharon Graubard, is armed with a long-established career in trend forecasting and has held creative director roles at The Tobé Report, The Doneger Group, ESP TrendLab and Stylesight/WGSN. She founded MintModa in 2017 and leads all creative direction for the firm. 

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