If 2015 was all about 70's to 90's look, expect to see more pieces made of lace and silk in 2016.
Albert Andrada, who made clothes for royalty and Hollywood celebrities, said 2016 may also see more of "lingerie dressing."
During an interview with Mornings @ ANC on Wednesday, Andrada showed off some of his designs, mostly featuring pleats, unique shift dresses, and classic tuxedos that do not need bow or neck ties.
Andrada said crystals and see-through designs will never go out of style. French laces will also stay hot on the runways.
His 2016 designs also feature hues of rose quartz and serenity blue, reportedly colors of the year.
Andrada, who designed Pia Wurtzbach's gown at the recent Miss Universe pageant, also said his clients are requesting for royal blue outfits.