Future Fashion Trends: The Process From Concept to Product

Recently updated on November 8th, 2022 at 10:40 pm

Future fashion trends have been a hot topic ever since the rise of the internet. With social media, trends are more mainstream than ever and as a result, consumers are becoming more interested in how to conduct themselves in order to become part of the trend. However, trends can also be difficult to predict. Fashion is a constantly changing industry with new designs and trends coming to light every season. Trends are not predictable, but they have been seen before and will continue to emerge.

Future fashion trends are almost impossible to predict but can still be predicted with the right knowledge on how trends are created, where they start and how fast they seem to spread. We will learn more about the future fashion trends in this business technology blog post.

The process for creating a trend begins with a person. A trend starts with an idea that does not yet have a name or label. This idea is something that is new to the industry which would be considered ground-breaking. As this new idea comes to light, the creator of the trend may choose to share it with others who may have similar interests, resulting in a conversation about their similar ideas and how these ideas can be transformed into trends. 

Trend creator

The trend creator shares their work-in-progress creation with others in order to get feedback about what they are working on. This is known as “pre-selling”. Some creators may be working on an idea that they have created themselves, while others may be working on a trend that someone else has created. The creator will continue to talk and exchange ideas with others in order to get feedback about their work because fashion trends are based on the opinions of others. If the creator does not get enough feedback from their peers, they may bend to peer pressure and change their concept, sometimes entirely.

As creators work on a trend and share it with others for feedback, one or two people may catch onto the trend quickly and begin creating products that will fit into this trend. These products are usually based on the creator’s original ideas but can also be customized to fit a certain demographic better than the original idea did. These products could be a concept that has been presented to the public before or an original idea. The products are then shared among the creator’s peers giving them feedback and ideas on how to improve their product. This is known as “post-selling”. After the concept creator gets enough feedback from peers, they will start marketing their product to the public. 

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The creators of this new trend will use social media networks such as Instagram and Pinterest, and other sharing platforms such as Facebook to spread their creations. to others who are interested in a similar fashion style or item.  Once enough people have seen these products, they then spread the trend to the public who will begin to buy or wear these items.  With every purchase of a product, it helps the creator of the trend by increasing their sales and creating a larger audience for their products.

The creation process for each and every fashion trend is different. There are usually several steps that need to be completed in order for a new trend to be created, and not every fashion trend starts in the same way. Many famous fashion trends such as “Dinosaur Chic” and “Fringe Boho” did not have any form of pre-selling or marketing because they were created with no specific goal in mind besides trying something new. These trends were not created to fit a certain group of people, but rather any people who are interested in the trend. 

However, when creating a trend with the purpose of marketing it to a certain group, pre-selling is essential. This is why many trends such as “Back to School” and “Sequin Explosion” rely heavily on social media for pre-selling and then later marketing their product once it has gone viral on social media. Trends that are more personalized to a specific group usually rely heavily on peer input for feedback about their products, while some unisex trends may not need as much feedback because they will appeal to all groups of people. Trends that are created to target more specific groups of people may also need to be advertised more than a unisex trend because they will need to reach their targeted audience. However, trends that start out as a unisex trend and then become a trend for one specific group can still be successful. After all, the point of trends is to create a product or fashion style that will appeal to the consumer.