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In the new decade, what will fashion look like? First, prepare for the return of craftsmanship. We have seen a large number of knitting and a new generation of designers revive the old-fashioned lace, and the four fashion capitals of the 2020 autumn and winter show have also rekindled the tassel.
But this trend is not just about how eye-catching it is. In New York, single-breasted slim tailoring is reviving. Take a look at The Row’s beautiful autumn and winter series, which proves that dressing well does not mean standing out, but restraint but more powerful. In the past month, the fashion show also reminded people that fashion can bring freedom-the model has a large piece of skin, confidently controls the sexiness that was once defined by men’s eyes, or wraps itself with a veil and a huge silhouette. stand up.
Without further ado, let’s take a look at the trend of the new season on the London show.
Mugler, Hermes, Balenciaga, Erdem, PetarPetrov
If you have invested in an oversized leather jacket at a certain time, do n’t worry, the fall / winter 2020 show once again confirmed that this hand-made single with a high appearance rate is still a saint. By matching all your leather items together, you can maximize their “good looks” qualities. Ukrainian designer Petar Petrov of Coordinate Vienna gave us a demonstration on the LFW show. As the main material of clothing, leather also has more choices in materials. Consumers are no longer blindly pursuing leather materials. Many new environmentally friendly artificial leathers are also increasingly accepted. Such as: water-based leather, environmentally friendly recycled PU leather, etc.
Trend 2: Simple metal style
Salvatore Ferragamo, Bottega Veneta, Christopher Kane , No. 21, Burberry , Isabel Marant 
The dazzling evening dresses on the fall / winter 2020 show can be said to be full of laughs. Imagine the following scenario: You are wearing a half-length dress to attend the most hilarious party, but you may also wear a hoodie bought in college and lie at home watching “War of Inheritance”. We found this simplified gorgeousness on the show of Bottega Veneta, Burberry and Salvatore Ferragamo, and it can be seen as a formal dress solution customized for the free and modern women. The lower body is fully armed, and the rest is comfortable.
Trend 3: Wear underwear
Saint Laurent, Victoria Beckham, Burberry, Christopher Kane
Recently, I saw Kendall Jenner on the show, but in order to support her friend Riccardo Tisci, she boarded Burberry’s fall / winter 2020 show. Her costumes represent one of the fast-growing show trends on social media.
The supermodel’s shape highlights the potential of underwear to wear (Jenner wears a checkered steel tights with a sharp white pencil skirt), reflecting the trend of wearing exquisite “underwear” as ready-to-wear in 2020. On the other side of London, cutting-edge womenswear designer Nensi Dojaka reinterpreted a slim-fit bra with few opportunities for appearance at Fashion East. In Paris, Anthony Vaccarello matched vinyl tights with an intricate lace camisole, and then added a little HelmutNewton-style heterochromatic style.
Trend 4: Oversized silhouette
Fendi, Simone Rocha, Comme des Garçons, JW Anderson, Richard Quinn, Alexander McQueen, Christopher John Rogers, Area
From cocoon-style evening dresses (Simone Rocha, Richard Quinn and JW Anderson) to exaggerated puff sleeves (no one can do better than Fendi), many designers use oversized silhouettes to stimulate people’s emotional reactions in the 2020 autumn and winter show. Voice for women who need to be “seen” and who need a broad stage of life. There is no doubt that the top designers in the fashion industry use these exaggerated clothes to show the charm of serious craftsmanship and the magic of color, but the new narrative for the silhouette is undoubtedly cheering for the disadvantaged female group.
Trend 5: New York minimalism (single-breasted cut)
The Row, Marc Jacobs, Bottega Veneta, Balenciaga, A.W.A.K.E mode
In addition to the obsession with craftsmanship (see tassel trends above), the collective desire for “pure” also dominates the fall / winter 2020 show. During New York Fashion Week, The Row and MarcJacobs’s 1960s-style show announced the popularity of single-breasted suits, which can be seen as the return of the New York aesthetics of the 1990s, that is, clean and tidy classic workwear. In short, don’t miss the trend of slim tailoring (such as Balenciaga).