Another series of fashion weeks are over, meaning we’re already excited for spring 2020 when autumn has barely started!
With Fashion Weeks across New York, London, Milan and Paris, we’ve taken a look across all the runways and events, spotted the trending pieces and curated the perfect list for you.
From WWII to the 90s and noughties, vintage American pieces were found from a number of different designers. Where Tommy Hilfiger and Victoria Beckham settled upon 70s black and white suiting pieces, Marc Jacobs juxtaposed this with looks from the bold 2000s. With vintage pieces like this hitting the runway, we’re hoping this will see a resurgence of repurposed vintage fabrics, and a chance to re-use.
Marina Moscone created looks where the 90s meet the 60s, inspired by Ninth Street Women, a book on female post-war artisted that helped change the world; and Michael Kors’ nautical meets 40s America look was inspired by the women that kept the country afloat during WWII. With black and white trends, timeless pieces, a make do and mend attitude, and inspirational themes, we love the feminist take these designers are twisting on classic runway looks.
Middle: Michael Kors Shawl Collar Coat
Finally, Ralph Lauren went for a fitting jazz age look to their clothes, after all, it will be the roaring 20s again soon! Whilst we’re hoping for sequin, beading and tassels for our NYE parties this year, Ralph Lauren’s ready-to-wear pieces don a feminine meets masculine take with bow ties and satin belts over shirts, velvet blazers, tuxedo-style pieces and deco feather finishes.
On the other end of the spectrum, multiple designers were spotted with all of the feminine fabrics and colours you could think of. From classic spring pastels and florals to all out ultra-feminine lace and crochet, these looks take on 70s designs with ladylike colours for a fresh spring style.
Left: Boden Charlotte Jumper