Top 5 A/W 2020 Fashion Trends

CATEGORY / Fashion & Lifestyle TAGS / f/w 2020-21, fashion trends, fashion week, top 5 Fractals LAB / Enerie DATE / March 13, 2020

Now that fashion month is over, we all have a more complete idea of what we will be wearing next fall. Here’s our recap of the top 5 trends we expect to be everywhere later this year.

1. Ties Captura de pantalla 2020-03-13 a las 20.38.29Menswear keeps inspiring women’s wardrobe as a part of a general gender-fluidity trend. Following the rise of big blazers, tailored trousers and loafers, ties are the next accessory to steal from your boyfriend’s closet. They have been very present on runways, styled by Alyx, Redemption, Dior and more. 

2. Face Masks
Captura de pantalla 2020-03-13 a las 20.38.47A general apocalyptic trend dominated the runways, with unconventional looks that would be perfect to wear for the “end of the world”. In this context and in the midst of the coronavirus crisis, face masks couldn’t but consolidate as a fashion item (we predicted it here) . In Paris, violet tulle face masks hit the catwalk at the Maison Margiela show, and glittery balaclava-styled masks were seen at Marine Serre.

3. Jewelry Dresses  Captura de pantalla 2020-03-13 a las 20.39.07Jewels are not just an embellishment anymore, as they become a part of the dress. Statement collars, crystal detailing, shiny beading and even golden chains wrapped all around the body give a fresh touch to serious suits and more relaxed looks, making accessories  unnecessary.

4. Post  Punk Captura de pantalla 2020-03-13 a las 20.39.21

Punk was a prominent theme in all the 4 cities, most commonly seen in tartan fabrics and deconstructed separates. Fishnets, clunky boots, safety pins, tartan skirts and cool leather pieces cropped up in several collections. Plaids are being updated in courageous, eclectic colors, with designers trying out head-to-toe plaid dressing and unconventional mixed patchwork patterns.

5. Next Level Fringes  Captura de pantalla 2020-03-13 a las 20.39.34

Expect to see a lot of fringes this fall, because they were literally everywhere on runways, especially at Milan Fashion Week. Accessorizing everything from pants to dresses and bags, it looks like any occasion is appropriate to wear them. Jil Sander showed a head-to-toe silk fringe look, while Bottega Veneta offered a stringy knit variety along with leather bags with extra-long tassels. 

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