I want – I got’s Fall Winter 2010 – 2011 Fashion Trend Forecasting Reference – Update: Jan 1, 2010

UPDATE (April 14, 2010)You can view the Fall Winter 2010 – 2011 Runway Fashion Trends which talks about the trends that covered the runways of the major fashion weeks.

Some of the trends for Fall 2010 are coming out. Come back to this page with updates as more trend stories come up.



Lenzing Textile & Color Trends Autumn/Winter 2010/11

Men’s suits: tailored trends in 2009 and 2010

Lenzing Trends Winter 2010/11

Update: (Oct 24, 2009) International Men’s Summer 2010 – 2011 Fabrication Trends

Update: (Oct 24, 2009) Bodyfashion Active Sports Spring / Summer 2011

Update: (Oct 24, 2009) Swimwear & Intimates F/w 2010/11 Interfiliere

Update: (Oct 24, 2009) Fiber Outlook Fall Winter 2010/11

Update: (Oct 24, 2009) Trend Guide F/w 2010-11 Promostyl

Update: (Oct 24, 2009) Men’s Trends F/W 2010-11 Fashion Snoops

Update: (Oct 24, 2009) Women’s Trends F/W 2010-11 Fashion Snoops

Update: (Dec 2, 2009) Darquer Autumn/Winter 2010/11

Update: (Dec 2, 2009) Noyon Autumn/Winter 2010/11 Collection

Update: (Dec 2, 2009) Munich fabric start trends autumn/winter 10|11

Update: (Dec 2, 2009) Autumn/Winter 2010/2011 trend report from Première Vision

Update: (Jan 1, 2010) Heimtextil Trend 2010/2011 presented – UNI[RE]VERSE is the answer to universality – Interior Design Textiles trends 2010 2011

Update: (Jan 1, 2010) Christmasworld Trends 2010/2011 – Decorating Trends for Christmas

Update: (Jan 1, 2010) CIFF Trends Autumn/Winter 2010-2011

Update: (Jan 1, 2010) Darquer Autumn/Winter 2010/11 Trends PDF

Update: (Jan 1, 2010) Noyon Autumn/Winter 2010/11 Collection

Update: (Jan 1, 2010) Stahl’s colourful forecast for Autumn/Winter 2010/2011

Update: (Jan 1, 2010) LANXESS Leather – Autumn/Winter 2010/11

Update: (Jan 1, 2010) Zegna Baruffa presents new trends for Autumn/Winter 2010-2011

By Anita Clarke

Anita Clarke is an Engineering Storyteller and the founder of the fashion blog “I want – I got.” She was one of the first and most prominent online fashion writers in Toronto and Canada.


  1. Thanks for the link to men’s suit trends – not surprisingly, the trends are more or less staying the same as last year – fitted and slim. Not going to lie, love how men’s fashion is slower, makes me feel like I am on top of it. haha 🙂 cheers.

  2. certainly men’s accessories will look nice with any dress you wear. once in a wedding i attend, i was confuse by choosing a accessory to get i choose the cuff links given by a friend. i am happy noone notice the design of the cufflinks, i accidentaly wear the male organ design one as my accessory. hahaha

  3. to:jas

    true about it being slower then womens, the only difference is that men have a hard time looking at guy models for just being preppy, and everyday, thankfully there’s help out there 😀

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