Let’s talk some spring 2020 trends in the fashion industry. Last season found us in a sea of flowing tulle, indication that gala gowns were ready to hit the circuit beyond your basic black-tie affair. Expanding on that idea for spring 2020 are lovely and light tiered dresses that manage to offer volume, high drama, and maximum twirl-ability. Oscar de la Renta and Roksanda took the idea pretty in pink, while Preen, McQueen, and Dior went classic in black and white. Chanel’s tiered maxi skirts are surprisingly versatile pieces for spring—dress them up with the right blouse and shoe, or make them more casual with a bra top and sandals.
Of the many materials we saw walk down the S/S 20 runways, few were as prominent or as welcomed as raffia. Made from palm leaves, it’s a natural, sustainable fiber that can be utilized for anything from dresses and skirts (as shown at Dior and Oscar de la Renta) to handbags, which every brand from Celine to Stella McCartney debuted their own version of. Most importantly, however, is the fact that both the prevalence of the raffia and the fashion world’s embracing of it is just one small part of the bigger shift toward prioritizing environmental consciousness. In short, consider this trend a step in the right direction. Ready for a getaway? Whether there’s an actual trip on the horizon or you’ll be stuck in the city like the rest of us, thanks to this particular spring and summer trend, you’ll at least be able to dress like you’re headed on the tropical vacation of a lifetime through nature- and fruit-inspired prints. Channel your inner J.Lo with one of Versace’s bold dresses or go more casual by way of a Dolce & Gabbana–style matching set. Either way, feel the island breeze and try not to notice that it’s just air coming from the subway grates.
The colour of the season? These days, there’s never really just one. There is a consensus, however, on look-at-me colour – and it’s on acid. Valentino led the neon explosion, with a series of looks in Stabilo green, fuchsia and yellow; Christopher Kane, a longtime proponent of neon (“I love neon – it’s so man-made and loud and obnoxious,” he once told Vogue) turned out bright yellow, orange and pink lace looks that adhered to his modern mantra of “more joy”; and even Rei Kawakubo turned to neon pink in preparation for her take on Orlando (she’s designing the costumes for Olga Neuwirth’s adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s novel, opening at the Vienna State Opera in December 2019). Go glow. Read extra details at Fragrances online shopping.
“It wouldn’t be a spring trend report without some sort of floral reference, now would it?” pointed out Glamour’s Ana Colon. “For 2020 there actually is a major innovation in the print: Designers are honing in on roses, specifically, to make their spring collections feel, well, spring-y. And the result is incredibly elegant.” While hardly the most revolutionary concept for a spring/summer collection, designers can always rely on florals to brighten things up. It’s a versatile, visually appealing and colourful theme which seems perpetually popular with consumers, so always a safe bet for Springtime.
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