Trends can be a difficult sector to navigate especially High Fashion. But luckily for you, we’ve listed out our favourite fashion trends you should be aware off for Spring / Summer 2020.
For the bold and adventurous.
The highlighter craze we saw on the runway earlier this year, from Prada to Valentino, is showing no signs of stopping. Fluorescent colours have always been very trendy and edgy, and those neon colours are meant for the dramatic. But, if you want to approach the trend more subtly, why not try opting for a neon accessory.
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Leather (faux or not) is finally having its moment in Spring.
Spring / Summer 2020 runways were taken over by bright colourful leather. As numerous fashion brands and designers are choosing to opt for ethical, sustainable animal-free leather, it makes sense why this trend is a no-brainer.
Get your look on point for the season by and grab that bright leather jacket.
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Last year was the year of the suit, and 2020 is no different.
From oversized blazers to colourful prints, get inspired and take this opportunity to liven up your business wear look.
The spring runways were brimmed with feminine takes on suits and business wear from major fashion brands such Alexander McQueen, Altuzarra, and Dolce & Gabbana. This trend is also anticipated to follow through to fall and winter.
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Think polka dots are for your grandma? Think again.
This trend has taken the industry by storm and has been making everyone run in circles.
The Spring/Summer 2020 runways were overflowing with of elevated, high fashion polka dots.
Better prepare your 2020 wardrobes for some dots.
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Nets & Crochets
A cool update for Spring / Summer. Give a modern twist to nets and crochets.
As numerous industries are looking for more way to become more sustainable, fashion is following suit. Netting & Crochets were seen all around Paris Fashion Week and is expected to become a favourite with designers in 2020.
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