Clothing from 100+ recent fashion shows has become available to the woman-on-the-street. See which designs are leading the pack before you refresh your wardrobe for 2020!
Bringing Your Bras Out
Crop tops don’t cut it anymore and the bra top is back.
From demure crocheted undergarment variations by Dior to bolder numbers from Loewe, bikini dressing is bringing a range of textures and styles into the limelight. Throw in a high-waisted skirt and you’ll join the ranks of the super-fashionable.
Burst Into Tiers
Gowns that go beyond your basic black-tie requirements have made an appearance, with lovely, light, tiered dresses offering a beautiful blend of high drama and volume. Oscar de la Renta and Roksanda’s frothy pink confections joined classic black and white creations from Dior, Preen and McQueen.
A Cool Crochet Update
Imagine eveningwear which mixes modern silhouettes with a touch of grandma’s crochet, polished suits, and ultra-feminine dresses and tops, and you’ll have an idea of what this trend looks like. The fashion industry is searching for ways to become more sustainable and this trend, which embraces a slow handmade technique handed down to us from many years ago, is the happy result.
The good news is that you won’t need to access your savings account, beg, borrow, or steal money some other way, or even use what you won playing casino slots online Brasil to work this trend into your wardrobe!
The Disco’s-Not-Dead Collar
The wide, oversized collar favoured by the fashionable Studio 54 set surprised many with its comeback on the runways recently. It’s been modernised on button-downs, coats, and jackets at Lanvin, Ferragamo, and JW Anderson, and is frequently shown with contrasting colours so it stands out that much more.
Get Your Highlighter Reel On
If you’re a fan of fluorescent blues, greens, oranges, pinks, and yellows and refuse to blend in with the crowd, 2020’s going to be your year in terms of fashion!
Everyone from Christopher John Rogers to Courreges to Tom Ford embraced these colours on the catwalks and showed us how beautifully these vibrant hues pair with the more sombre blacks, tans, and whites.
Pants are Hotter than Hell
Hotpants’ comeback was more than evident on runways, reimagined as tiny knitted shorts by Ferragamo and Hermès, interpreted as denim cutoffs at Rag & Bone, and imagined in spandex at Brandon Maxwell.
If you’d rather die than go Daisy Duke, steal Chanel’s style and team your pair with black tights.
Bermuda? Come on, Pretty Mama
Bermuda shorts are here to save those who avoid hotpants like the plague, with fashion houses like Bottega Veneta, Chloe, and Givenchy embracing this shape for short suits in 2020. It’s a mashup of 9-5 and California-girl and will keep you cooler than ice.
Wallpaper Designs for Your Prints
Retro prints were a focus, bringing big colours and busy patterns to top collections.
Vintage wallpaper and couch prints infused suits from Marc Jacobs and Prada, and Christopher Kane channelled more psychedelic stylings in his spring dresses. Boho babes should look to Alberta Ferretti and Etro for their fix.