If the runways of New York Fashion Week are anything to go by - and they are - then the future of fashion looks set to be bright - very bright indeed, for SS19. After more than a decade asleep, Neon is set to make a return. Highlight that on your calenders in dayglo green.
Whether in monochromatic looks or just detailing in the pieces and accessories, the flashy tones that were trend in the 80s - and back in the 2000s - are updated in suits, dresses and also in accessories such as handbag, shoes and even glazes. See who has already confirmed the trend on NYFW's coolest catwalks:
Stylist Jeremy Scott has always gambled on neon and lively, fun tones. This season, he linked the explosion of color to a rocker footprint with chess and vinyl.
In a mix of cultures between small villages in Nepal and large cities like London and Tokyo, Prabal Gurung gave a shot of color in an eclectic collection with more basic and lightweight pieces.
Among the different looks in white, the Sies Marjan surrendered to the orange and citric yellow - including making mix of the two in a same look.
Brandon Maxwell brought the western glamor given by the combination of colors like pink and red and the use of finer fabrics in skirts, dresses and pants.