From Rapper-Curated Sneaker Shops to Outlandish Women's Couture

By: Riley von Niessen - Jan 29, 2017
These 2016 fashion trends cover an expansive range of products and styles, with gender-bending 18th century-inspired apparel coming from Rihanna and Puma's collaborative effort and futuristic car-inspired sneakers also offered from the latter.

While vintage styles have reemerged in a big way, especially when it comes to streetwear, many brands are pulling from planetary motifs -- incorporating space scenes into their garments and metallic finishes for a minimalist yet eye-catching appearance. Also popular are androgynous styles, with simplistic casual wear and even lingerie falling under this category.

One such example that's included within these 2016 fashion trends is the underwear from M.O. -- a progressive brand that carries comfortable basics that aim to elevate the confidence of both men and women. To see how the fashion industry and others are evolving to meet consumer needs, take at peek at our 2017 Trend Report.