Punk-style streetwear seems like a common combination in the world of contemporary fashion as brands increasingly start to borrow from the edginess of the punk movement and the flexible versatility of sporty ensembles.
This is exponentially evident in JieDa's Fall/Winter 2019 presentation during Tokyo Fashion Week. The brand extensively drew stylistic decisions from both categories of inspiration, mixing them in a balanced manner that produced "some disruptive silhouettes rendered in interesting color combinations of electric green, silver, maroon and tie-dye." The neon color pop in a lot of the ensembles offers a striking juxtaposition. Moreover, JieDa's punk-style streetwear also makes use of textural elements that increasingly add value to the clothing and infuse it with a highly engaging and interesting motif.
Photo Credits: Highsnobiety/ Eva Al Desnudo
Jieda's Fall/Winter 2019 Capsule Mixes Two Distinct Influences
1. Punk-style Streetwear - The combination of punk aesthetics and streetwear influences is a growing trend in contemporary fashion, presenting disruptive innovation opportunities in clothing design and branding.
2. Edgy Color Combinations - The use of bold and unconventional color combinations, such as electric green, silver, maroon, and tie-dye, creates disruptive opportunities for experimentation in fashion and graphic design.
3. Textural Elements in Fashion - The incorporation of textural elements in clothing design provides a unique and engaging aesthetic, opening up disruptive innovation opportunities in material development and garment construction.
1. Fashion - The fashion industry can leverage the punk-style streetwear trend to create innovative designs and establish new brand identities.
2. Graphic Design - In the field of graphic design, the trend of edgy color combinations can inspire bold and eye-catching visual branding strategies for fashion labels and streetwear brands.
3. Material Development - The incorporation of textural elements in fashion opens up opportunities for material developers to create innovative fabrics and textures that enhance the overall design aesthetic.