22 Oct 2019

Spring-summer 2020: what New York, Milan and Paris Fashion Weeks will be remembered for

Every half a year, stylists, editors and other fashion world representatives come together to demonstrate us, which garments will decorate storefronts and our wardrobes within six months’ time. We’ll tell you which shows, models and trends from the last fashion marathon we especially liked.

New York

The literally brightest fashion show was prepared by Marc Jacobs for Marc Jacobs. It became a true feast of life due to its palette, floral prints and hats. In contrast, half of Alexander Wang’s images were presented in black and white. Despite being not the most functional color, the latter makes the image look noble; moreover, a white suit is a trend as well. The Oscar de la Renta show starred by Irina Sheik was a reference to the roots of the brand's founder, since the designer’s real name is Oscar Aristides Renta Fiallo and he was born in the Dominican Republic. And this is the origin of flying floor-length dresses of various colors that make Latin music start playing in your head.

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Marc Jacobs

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Alexander Wang

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Oscar de la Renta

Milan

Hardly anyone can doubt that the most memorable event of this week was the cameo by Jennifer Lopez. The singer, who recently turned 50, after 20 years was brave enough to wear that very Grammy award dress, which inspired Google to create a picture search service – due to numerous search requests for this frank green outfit. Another, yet little, anniversary was celebrated by Alessandro Michele: five years as the creative director of Gucci. The presented collection resulted to be obviously calmer than the previous ones, but at the same time the designer’s signature style can be seen clearly. And pay attention to knitwear and transparent fabrics – the coming season trends. Who else set the vector? Salvatore Ferragamo. His incredible blue and orange. Together or separately – it is up to you, but this couple will definitely settle in every fashionmonger’ wardrobe. You can’t do without leather as well – Paul Andrew came up with lots of variations of the topic: from overalls to shorts. By the way, the latter are no less remarkable trend of this Week.

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Versace

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Gucci

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Salvatore Ferragamo

Paris

Christian Dior, or rather Maria Grazia Curie, is dealing with the second after feminism acute contemporary topic – ecology. She covered the Longchamp racecourse territory with trees that were later planted all around the French capital. They perfectly suited the collection looks, which some jokingly called “fashionable gardeners” – one of the upcoming trends. The bolder ones may prefer another trend: bras worn as an independent top of the image. Regarding sustainability, for Stella McCartney this topic is a common one: the designer made up with a collection, by 75 percent consisting of environmentally friendly materials. It will demonstrate the important components of the coming season: salmon color and voluminous sleeves. However, appearance of actress Marie Benoliel at the Chanel catwalk became a surprise; however, she was quickly escorted away from the site by Gigi Hadid, preventing her from mocking the Fashion House. The supermodel also demonstrated a new trend – solid black tights. Together with them, Virginie Viard – the successor to Karl Lagerfeld – emphasized the logo. You will find them on raincoats and suits from the collection.

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Dior

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StellaMcCartney

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Chanel

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