A Guide to the Biggest Trends of Fall 2018 (So Far)
NSW suiting, #KiraKira in real life, and more

Between the return of this Blair Waldorf-approved accessory and pieces that give purpose to the Kira Kira app, we're rounding up the hottest trends of 2018 (plus a few that just might surprise you.) Check back as we update our trend guide with more from London, Milan, and Paris Fashion Weeks throughout the month.

Kira Kira

There's sparkle and shine all over the runways this season, making us want to whip out our phones to use our favorite app. The disco ball look is given the universal treatment, crafted as cocktail dresses, handbags, and even a two-piece suit.

(Prabal Gurung, Tibi, Christian Cowan, Prabal Gurung, Creatures of Comfort, Cushnie et Ochs)

Technicolor Animal Print

We always treat leopard as a neutral, but why not opt for neon zebra instead? Get loud with rainbow-colored animal prints cut in every silhouette.

(Adam Selman, Jeremy Scott, Zadig & Voltaire, Miaou, Tom Ford)

Hot Pink

We've seen Millennial pink, Valentine's Day-ready red and pink, but now the fuchsia hue is standing alone as the it-color of the season. Wear it all-over this fall, just like the models did at Christian Siriano, Tory Burch, and more.

( Alexander Wang, Ulla Johnson, Tory Burch, Christian Siriano, Cushnie et Ochs, and Prabal Gurung)

Sexy Suiting

Business meets pleasure on the runway of Dion Lee, where suiting was not safe work. Asymmetrical necklines, super short hemlines, and under boob cutouts made the fall suit more suitable for a night out.

(Alexander Wang, Cushnie et Ochs, Jonathan Simkhai, Dion Lee)

Statement Tights

Colorful tights may feel like a dated trend from a time when we all tried to dress like Blair Waldorf, but an injection of color is just what we need. Power clash like at Adam Selman, or choose the silvery options from Tom Ford and breathe new life into the look.

https://www.elle.com/fashion/trend-reports/g17210148/fall-fashion-trends-2018/