While we’re no fashion editors, we turn to fashion month season after season to spot the latest trends. With people everywhere adopting a more wholesome approach to lifestyle (we can do it all—in style), it’s no wonder street fashion and home décor go hand in hand. So while you may be stocking up on pajama tops for your closet, there’s a chance you’re also trying out the latest wrinkle-free silk pillowcase or sleeping mask. And if you’re filling your carts with Capri-inspired ruffles and rainbow stripes, chances are you’ll love classic bistro chairs and hand-painted Italian dinnerware for your kitchen.
We are already fascinated with how fashion designers and It girls style their homes. But how to we bridge the gap between our living room décor and the beloved items in our closets? We analyzed the spring 2017 runways to show you exactly how—with 10 of the most documented runway trends spotted this fashion month. Forget about keeping up with the Joneses—be the Joneses. You’ll be on the cutting-edge of trends with this runway-to-room report.
Watching models walk down the spring 2017 runways was like being transported to 1960s Capri, with ruffles and bold rainbow stripes at the forefront. Designers like Rosie Assoulin, Altuzarra, and Alice & Olivia embraced the look with bright lemon prints, umbrella stripes, and throwback turbans.
At home: Adopt the look with an Amalfi beach print from Gray Malin, a set of bistro chairs, and hand-painted plates.
If you needed further proof that the late ’90ss/early aughts are definitely back, this season’s runways were there to demonstrate. Surf wear, iconic smiley faces, baggy jeans, and merch T-shirts were all over the runways, specifically in the collections of Rosie Assoulin, Assembly, and Alexander Wang.
At home: Embrace your edgy side with painted denim pillows and iconic emblems of your younger years, like the Nike swoosh and a portrait of Lisa Simpson.
At the complete other end of the style spectrum, country-club chic was in full force—with chain-link patterns, tennis whites, and green accents taking over the runways. Cynthia Rowley, Tory Burch, and Milly were on board for the ride.
At home: Decorate with vintage tennis rackets, hunter-green club chairs, and embroidered cocktail napkins.
We’re gearing up for all-day sunsets, according to the spring runways, with warm dusk tones taking center stage. Designers from Tory Burch to Milly and Erin Fetherston gave us a spectacular array of peaches, marigolds, citrines, and blush tones.
At home: Adopt the look with bold accents in sunset hues, like shimmery velvet coral pillows and peach-tone tinted sconces.
Now that it’s entirely acceptable to wear silk pajamas in the streets, loungewear was taken a step further, with wide-leg silk pants, oversize cashmere sweaters, and embroidered pj’s. Protagonist, Elizabeth and James, Cynthia Rowley, and Erin Fetherston were at the forefront of this trend.
At home: Stock up on Slip’s luxe silk pillows and eye masks, refresh your linen bedding, and warm up with plush cashmere throws.
Boho chic is by no means a new trend around MyDomaine HQ, but the spring 2017 runways proved that the style isn’t going anywhere. Leading this trend were designers like Tory Burch, Scotch and Soda, and even Oscar de la Renta.
At home: Rejoice in the knowledge that you won’t have to retire your beloved palm tree, rattan chairs, and worldly textiles anytime soon.
Similar to the country-club tendencies, but in a league of its own, nautical accents were making waves on runways everywhere. From stripes to sailor-inspired detailing, we felt like onboarding this trend along with designers Timo Weiland, Self-Portrait, and Lacoste, among others.
At home: Channel your Nantucket-style nautical tendencies with navy sconces, themed bathmats, and striped everything.
We’ve felt the shift lately in both wellness and décor: New age– and spiritual-inspired accents are in full force right now. On the runways, evil-eye patterns, stars and moon accents, and crystals were everywhere. Designers Cynthia Rowley, Scotch and Soda, Erin Fetherston, and even Marc Jacobs were fully on board.
At home: Decorate with crystals, dreamcatchers, and galaxy-inspired prints. Don’t forget to sage smudge your home!
It seems as though menswear is a trend season after season on runways everywhere, but this fashion month, the look was more relaxed and retro-inspired with pinstripes and windowpane prints dominating the collections of Suno, Rosie Assoulin, and Protagonist.
At home: Adopt the look with modern leather club chairs in rich warm tones, and stock up on thin black-and-white stripes and checks.
Last but not least, athleisure was once again all over runways, making women everywhere know that it’s entirely appropriate to wear workout gear at the gym, at work, or on a date. At the forefront of this trend were designers Rebecca Minkoff, Banana Republic, Kendall & Kylie, and Assembly.
At home: Get the relaxed look with padded leather pillows, sweatshirt materials, modern quilted chairs, and metal stools.