While “Trekkie Couture” may not sound appealing, Todd Lynns Spring 2010 collection is surprisingly compelling and cohesive.
The catwalk saw models in androgynous, sharply tailored suits worn by both men and women, in gradient tones of white, gray and black, strong shoulders and silhouettes.
In particular, a collaboration with jeweler Shaun Leane for Todd Lynns Spring 2010 line resulted in two fiercely fashionable jackets with metal-plated shoulders thrusting upwards from the fabric of the jacket as a sort of personal body-armor.
Todd Lynns Spring 2010 collection is one of this seasons best examples of how to successfully integrate inspiration into your garments while still making them desirable, wearable pieces.
Style Stolen Straight from Star Trek for Todd Lynns Spring 2010
1. Androgynous Fashion - Exploring the concept of androgyny in fashion can create disruptive innovation opportunities for designers to challenge traditional gender norms and create versatile clothing options.
2. Gradient Tones - Incorporating gradient tones into fashion collections opens up disruptive innovation opportunities for designers to experiment with visually captivating and dynamic color combinations.
3. Metal-plated Shoulders - Designing garments with metal-plated shoulders allows for disruptive innovation opportunities where fashion meets wearable technology, enhancing both style and functionality.
1. Fashion Design - The fashion design industry can explore and incorporate the trend of androgynous fashion to cater to a diverse consumer base and challenge traditional gender roles.
2. Textile Manufacturing - Textile manufacturers can capitalize on the trend of gradient tones by developing innovative dyeing and printing techniques to create visually striking fabrics that meet the demands of fashion designers.
3. Jewelry Design - Jewelry designers can leverage the trend of metal-plated shoulders to create futuristic and functional accessories that integrate seamlessly with fashion garments.