Valentino, Marina Moscone, Pyer Moss and Chalayan put a contemporary spin on the essentials white button-down shirt, while edgy, lingerie-inspired suits were on the docket for Proenza Schouler, Mugler, Michael Kors and Dion Lee. Meanwhile, the “Euphoria” effect could be felt at the likes of Saint Laurent, Ralph Lauren, Adam Lippes and Eckhaus Latta, who offered high shine evening looks.
Although winter isn’t over just yet, we’re already looking forward to all the spring fashion that’s to come next year. After a cold winter, we look forward to heading into the new season, to warmer days and brighter evenings, as well as all the stylish new buys hitting the high street. This new season, we’re looking at the catwalk trends that are a continuation of what we saw in autumn and winter. For spring, it’s not about buying a whole new wardrobe but rather picking up just a few pieces to compliment what you already own that will help you freshen up your style.
Cruising through the newest runway collections to uncover the trends worth testing out are often daunting. There’s a lot. Plus, as you scroll through the looks from your favorite designers, questions of whether or not a trend is really worthwhile, if it’s getting to stick around, etc., probably race through your mind on repeat. We’re here to narrow your focus with a curated menu of the top looks of 2020 that actually matter.