Fashion month may be over, but our fashion drive has just turned on. There were many political statements, beautiful collections and original garments. Therefore, we derived the best Fashion Week trends from all the goodness we saw.
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Fashion Week trends
While not everything from the runway is perfectly ready to wear (despite that many designers think so), Fashion Week trends predict what will be in stores next season. What’s hot and what’s not? Discover it below.
Check out the most-viewed collections of Fashion Week here.
1. The bra as a top
The bra trend is more spot on than ever. Katie Holmes, Emilie Ratakowski and many others proved to be big fans. Wear your (pretty) bra underneath a big blazer or a cashmere cardigan. While this trend is not safe for work, it’s at least more wearable than the second trend.
Seen at: Tom Ford, Jason Wu, Givenchy, Missoni
2. Less is more, a.k.a. naked
We saw many peek-a-boobs at all Fashion Weeks. From Prada to Loewe and Fendi: they taught us that the bare bob is hotter than ever – as far as possible. While Bella Hadid wears this trend during her daily business, we don’t. A see through top (including a very on-point bra) does the trick as well.
Seen at: Fendi, Prada, Alberta Ferretti, Loewe
3. Granny glasses
Halleluja, the era of tiny sunglasses has officially come to an end. The type of glasses that actually didn’t suit anyone will soon disappear from the streets, at least if we have to believe Gucci, Prada and Stella McCartney. Let’s hope for the best.
Check out our full report on the Gucci show here.
Seen at: Prada, Gucci, Fendi, Stella McCartney
4. Grungy chic shoes
Grungy chic is on the rise, at least if you look at Gucci and Prada. Both Miuccia Prada and Alessandro Michele nailed it when it comes to Fashion Week trends. They are unrivaled when it comes to predicting and creating new trends. While many people already own classic Gucci loafers, we bet those of Prada will be the new it-items of Spring 2020.
Seen at: Prada, Gucci
5. Farmer’s market coolness
Wear comfi clothes in bright colors, with spon-on prints and carry several plants with you – this seemed to be the successful recipe for some designers. Despite that it worked out well and evoked a felling is Spring, it gets more complicated when translating this Fashion Week trend to daily life – at least when you don’t want to look too ’70s. Our suggestion: go for bright colors and pick one flower-inspired item.
Seen at: Missoni, Prabal Gurung, Kate Spade, Collina Strada