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20 Fashion Trends to Know for 2020


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20 Fashion Trends to Know for 2020

At Celine, which may go down as the most influential collection for Spring/Sumer 2020, Slimane made denim a central focus, serving strong ’70s references with bleached flare jeans, embroidered denim shorts and slim jean jackets. The denim was refined and classic—a foundation for bolder ’70s statements. Aviator glasses, fur vests and blouses—punched up with gathered sleeves, ruffled necklines and pussy bows—smacked of ’70s glamour, while crochet tops, suede jackets and wide brim hats added a bohemian feeling.

Marant kept the free-spirited vibe going with cut-off shorts, beaded details, crochet and a desert color palette. Warm colors and retro prints from Fendi and Prada’s long line suiting for women brought the ’70s story to ready-to-wear. Marc Jacobs channeled the decade with floral print three-piece suits and flare jeans. And the richness of ’70s fashion was a natural fit for Gucci, which presented high-waisted flare blue jeans and a multi-shade denim leisure suit, complete with a chain-link belt. The denim pieces were rare blue moments in the brand’s otherwise orange- and beige-tinted collection.

Color continues to draw millennial consumers and color denim is one of the most commercial ways for designers to approach the trend. And they’re approaching color with head-to-toe monochromatic looks. Balmain designer Olivier Rousteing injected bold pops of yellow, pink, cobalt blue and Kelly green into his assortment of S/S 20 jeans and cropped and belted jean jackets. Color denim helped Isabel Marant tell her festival-friendly story, too.

The denim was refined and classic

The designer included orange denim puffed sleeved blouse and matching jeans, as well as green denim cut-off shorts and jean jackets. Chanel opted for red jeans to tell its Parisian tale. And Alberta Ferretti added red and orange to her collection by way of tie-dyed denim overalls, slouchy boyfriend jeans and hobo bags.And shorts are a go-to for denim brands. Isabel Marant and Givenchy presented frayed cut-offs, while Rag & Bone kept the look more collegiate-ready, pairing denim short shorts with a navy blazer on its runway.

Sometimes the absence of color makes the boldest fashion statement, as is the case with ecru denim. Beige, off-white and ecru denim has been a side note in the industry’s movement toward utility, workwear and genderless garments. However, the au naturel color trend also sends a  about sustainability, which is only going to grow louder in 2020.Another symptom that fashion may be ready to part with streetwear is the rise of satin. The evening fabric is making a play for daywear as brands like Staud, Tibi and Tom Ford churn out satin culottes, jumpsuits and cargo pants. Men’s brands are getting into the glamorous look, too, including Dior and Dries Van Noten with pleated satin trousers, and Dunhill with dark satin coats. The result is a lounge effect that looks cool with sneakers or heels. And with fashion in a high color cycle, the decadent fabric also helps intensify the hues.

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