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1. Paint: Paint is making an impression on the catwalk and the street. Burberry showed macs daubed with broad brush strokes and Chanel had bright spatters woven into tweed on jackets

2. Athletic goth: In line with a desire to be healthy and active, black Lycra and running shoes are making a sleek statement both in and out of the gym

3. Sustainable fashion: Sustainability and environmentally friendly concerns are playing into in greener and more conscious clothing options on the runways and on the street.

4. Fashion you can eat up: Food is becoming a fashion item. Moschino has done it with a McDonald’s themed collection and pepperoni pizza print outfits are all the rage. We aren’t so sure about this trend but who knows, you might be wearing your favourite meal soon?

5. Gingham: Michael Kors showed gingham dresses, while Diane von Furstenberg bought the print to a retro state. This cool and breeze pattern is going to be a spring hit.

6. The no-statement, statement bag: The statement bag of 2015 is simple, with limited hardware and a focus on restrain. Consider our Minimalist Jute Envelope Clutch to do the trick.

Minimalist clutch2015 Spring fashion trends adapted from The Huffington Post:

1. Feathers: Feathers can make a bold statement via a fabulous two-piece outfit or make a subtle entrance via an accessory such as shoes or a shawl.

2. Statement Stripes: You’re not going to be able to escape stripes’ clutches this spring (we can all thank Coco Chanel for starting the trend way back in the ’20s). Our Minimalist Jute Envelope Clutch fits with this trend too.

3. Safari Chic: Think green belted mini-dresses that invoked safari guides and fitted khaki trousers that would fit right in at an upscale event.

4. Sportswear: Lace-up details, stripes and tennis whites were used in subtle ways that brought a modern elegance to the clothes.

5. Subtle 70s: Flared trousers, jean skirts, retro collars and fringe sweaters were out in full force on the spring 2015 runways.

6. White: White is universally flattering and designers proved it by filling their runways with many shades of the hue on everything from sheer blouses to sweaters.