MEGA Picks: The Best Runway Looks From Fashion Month



With hundreds of looks to sift through from the runways of the fashion capitals, we round up the best looks from fashion month.

After spending a month of subscribing to various runway shows—from New York, London, Milan, to Paris—we can’t deny the fact that there were shows that definitely blew our mind. And it was in those shows where we saw exquisite looks that definitely made us fall in love.

So, before the next season fast approaches, we are already looking to move forward with our favorite looks from the month-long fashion odyssey. From a jawdropping intricate couture dress to a modern take on power suiting, the MEGA Editorial Team saw it fitting to explain why such looks were the best of the best. Here are our top picks:

Alexander McQueen, Look 39

This season, Sarah Burton champions ingenuity and the beauty of all things raw—upcycling organza, lace, and fabrics from past seasons both of which have been used by her and Lee himself. The McQueen S/S 2020 collection is without a doubt the wardrobe of our sartorial dreams, exploding with dramatic frocks, and impeccable tailoring; but of course, consciously choosing to take a stance for the earth all at the same time. – Lyn Alumno, Fashion Associate


Mugler, Look 2

I love this look because it’s such a powerful combination for the 21st-century woman. The statement leather pants are sexy, but also tough. The balance of femininity, masculinity, and wearability makes it my favorite look for the season. – Jebby Fronda, Fashion Editor


Zimmermann, Look 1

In hues of vibrant pink and rich orange, Nicky Zimmermann’s signature beachy aesthetic highlights my favorite season—summertime. Zimmermann relives the idea of summer and charges the runway with strong statement prints made from retro surf posters on maxi skirts, swimwear cover-ups, and midriff-baring cropped tops. – Ali Hernandez, Digital Beauty and Features Writer


Valentino, Look 80

For the longest time, Valentino never failed to produce a true show-stopping moment one fashion week after another. And this season, as the storied French house dedicated its collection to purifying and self-discovery through withdrawal, I was truly enthralled by its finalé look. It was an intricate sheer white dress accentuated by dramatic ruffles, which was beyond doubt both lyrical and grounded to the collection. – Daniel Reyes, Digital Fashion Writer


Dion Lee, Look 11

Sensual, minimal, fluid—this is Dion Lee at his finest. With a masterful take on tailoring, his S/S 2020 collection saw his inherent sense of modern minimalism taking center stage with a deliciously neutral palette. The show also marked his return to menswear; juxtaposing tough elements with soft silhouettes and injecting a sense of sensuality to utilitarian workwear. Needless to say, I am obsessed. – RJ Roque, Style Editor


Thom Browne (Menswear), Look 10

At his very core, Thom Browne will intrinsically be a prepster, with precision and pragmatism at a seasonal disposal. What makes his shows special is an exuberance of imagination that takes the tailored typical to whimsical heights. For spring/summer 2020, he takes his theatrical menswear to a pastel-infused Marie Antoinette in the summer territory with light as air seersucker and exposed boning and playful accessories. A personal favorite was the striped red ensemble in similar layers, one that includes a pleated skirt. Yes, a skirt for menswear. It’s called progress, people. Get with the program. – Angelo Ramirez de Cartagena, Digital Content Editor


Gucci, Look 33

While people expected the usual more-is-more aesthetics in the Gucci show, Creative Director Alessandro Michele presented a dialed down Gucci, focusing solely on the clothes. The 70s-inspired tailoring was at its best, with a new feature–tailored labels placed on sleeves and hems that proclaimed: Gucci Orgasmique. Gucci has shown us how to make a decade dressing very now. – Peewee Reyes-Isidro, Editor-in-Chief

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