The 080 Barcelona Fashion trends for winter 2018

7 Dec 2017 - 00:00

In the last February 2017 edition, many designers and fashion brands that took part in the 080 Barcelona Fashion runway presented their collection for autumn-winter 2017-18, while a few opted for see now, buy now collections for summer 2017. After the recap of the autumn trends, now we are going to review the main trends for this winter 2018 according to the designers and brands of the 080 Barcelona Fashion catwalk.

Regarding womens fashion, the British checked print is in vogue as seen in Aldomartins, Naulover, Brain & Beast and the emerging Anel Yaos, who updates this print born in the Scottish Highlands.

Moreover, this winter is also trending leather in unexpected hues away from the classic black and brown. Aubergin, Pilar del Campo, Wom and Now and Gema Sach presented bold designs in leather colored in red, klein blue and aubergine that enrich our winter closets with a dash of color.


Another trend brought by the 080 designers is the thick knitted jumpers, sometimes with unfinished details, to get to the Danish Hygge; that warming sensation of being cosy at home. In oversize designs, Loa by Lidia Aguilera, Anel Yaos, Escorpion and Aldomartins proposed this kind of looks on the 080 catwalk.

This warm feeling defines another major trend for this 2018 winter: blankets. Since Christopher Bailey presented his monogrammed ponchos in Burberry in 2014, we haven’t seen so many capes and blankets on the runway. Oscarleon, VM La Siberia, Txell Miras, Yerse and Macson for men introduce this trend in their winter collections.

Continuing with men’s fashion, there’s another major trend when the temperatures fall: the padded fabrics. The futuristic fashion show by Miquel Suay presented different looks in padded materials, sometimes, recalling the iconic film “2001: A Space Odyssey” that in 2018 will be 50 years old. Torras and Custo Barcelona are two other names that join this trend that closes our review of the fashion trends of this winter that is about to start.