5 Style Trends That Dominated The Fashion Month For Fall/Winter 2020



Ready, set, shop! These are the style trends you need to have for the next season based on what we’ve seen during fashion month.

Coming to a close after four weeks of non-stop shows, fashion month saw numerous designers showcasing their fall/winter collections, which signals a style future that is bright as it is diverse. Whether it was in New York, London, Milan,or Paris, we successfully watched almost every single live show that a handful of brands have aired via social media—all thanks to the power of technology. It just seemed like we were also there sitting in the front row looking at what we should start donning in the coming months.

From Michael Kors’ comfort agenda, Moschino teaching us how to eat and wear cake, to Balenciaga’s apocalyptic show, we were once again blown away by the ingenious creativity of the designers. So, we gathered the top five style trends we’re surely going to see next season.

Colored Leather

The cold climate doesn’t necessarily mean we need to don neutral colors only. Veer away from the quintessential somber hues and opt for vibrant hues instead. Take cues from Mugler’s classic red patent leather trench, Balmain’s golden elastic suit, and Salvatore Ferragamo’s copper leather jumpsuit.


Booty Call

Next season, you should probably give your stilettos a rest. Immediately command the attention of the crowd wearing knee-high boots just like what we’ve adored seeing in the runways of Moschino, Jacquemus, and Saint Laurent.


Fringe Fest

The best parts in the last quarter of the year are the holidays—from Thanksgiving, Christmas, to New Year. So, it’s such good news that fringe is reincarnated into life once again. Prada made the typical stiff leather and added a hint of fun, Bottega Veneta designed a dress that pops its vibrant color, and Boss made a suit complemented by an asymmetrical fringe.


Bishop’s Blessing

Seems like statement shoulders are far from slowing down. That’s because bishop sleeves are still here and will continue to stay. Fendi made a handful of trench and dresses accented with structure bishop sleeves. Rodarte majestically proved the beauty of the exquisite sleeves with a jacquard printed piece, while Versace kept things classic with a black ensemble.


Ruffles Galore

Who doesn’t love drama? We all need even just a little bit of it in our lives, especially when it comes to our clothes. Easily ace the trend like how Off-White combined a chic chiffon dress with a nylon bomber. You can also choose to don a tiered ruffle dress to get that wonderful flounce like what we’ve seen in Gucci, or go all out with colors and prints with Prabal Gurung.

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