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SHEARLING BOMBER

MICROTREND REPORTS

FASHION INSIGHT

2025

GUIDELINES

 

This report consists of contents, developed as a capsule collection mockup with options, divided by core garments and finished with an additional appurtenance page. The whole report is not a final proposal and meant not to be used as a product proposal, but as a toolkit for developing personal projects, using our guidelines and our pre-made flats as a foundation for creative process. All contents belongs to Fashion-UP and no commercial use is allowed.

MOODBOARD AND COLOR RANGE

The image displays a suggested color palette for the 90s Nylon Jacket trend, featuring a spectrum of colors labeled Ivory, Olive, Cinnabar, Dark Cobalt, Pale Cobalt, and Coal. This palette encapsulates a range of classic and vibrant tones that are likely to inspire fashion designers in creating their collections.

In the ever-evolving landscape of fashion, the shearling bomber jacket emerges as a timeless piece, seamlessly blending classic allure with modern sustainability practices. The modern shearling bomber jacket can now be crafted using cotton fleece or ethically sourced wool, ensuring that the creation of these stylish pieces does not necessitate the skinning of animals. This advancement in textile technology and ethical sourcing practices marks a pivotal moment in the fashion industry, allowing for the preservation of animal lives while still providing warmth and luxury. Moreover, the push towards sustainability does not end with animal welfare. By utilizing biodegradable fibers, these garments ensure that they do not contribute to the growing problem of microplastics in our oceans and landfills. This commitment to using natural fibers not only enhances the jacket's eco-friendly credentials but also ensures its place in the wardrobes of the environmentally conscious. The shearling bomber jacket, therefore, stands as a testament to the fashion industry's capacity for innovation, marrying style with sustainability in a way that resonates with the eco-aware consumer of today.

GARMENT POSSIBILITY PROTOTYPES