After the exhibition month, the 2019 autumn-winter season ends – and with that a series of new trends on your radar. While bright and bright yellow matches the colors of the new season, the feathers of your clothes will definitely add a touch of luxury. There was a big bag everywhere, his shoulders were swollen and the hat in the bucket was very luxurious.
Scroll down to see the 10 most important trends before the new season.
1 fantastic feather
The most prominent trend in the autumn / winter of 2019 undoubtedly shows fur. They are displayed in various forms – some extravagant and some better. With Marc Jacobs the balloon dresses were covered with fancy feathers, while Roxanda and Mary Karantzow gave them colorful finishes. He used it for fine decoration while Michael Cors returned the old school, and Jambatista Valley and Saint Laurent said it with his shoes.
Mark Jacobs, Roxananda, Michael Kors, Mary Karantzow, Erdem
2 Plush hat with a bucket
The 90s Ember appeared several times in the last seasons, but AW19 experienced a fancy reboot. Tom Ford and Anna Sue, big hats and floppy hats, get comfortable pieces for faux leather, which makes it (finally) right for fall. Meanwhile, Maria Gracia Chiuri showed it with clean hijab, while in Valentino (and sculptures) lace.
Anna Sue, Valentino, Dior, Tom Ford
3 swollen shoulders
His shoulders are big on the catwalk in the fall / winter of 2019, but not in the form of raw and soft, rather than designers who decorate dresses and shirts with swollen and swollen shoulder details. With Richard Quinn, Jambatista Valley, and Alessandra Rich, girls touch feminine designs, flowers, while Givenchy and Alexander McQueen use their swollen arms as a cute contrast with sharp stitches.
Zhivanci, Jambatista Valley, Alessandra Rich, Alexander McQueen, Richard Quinn
4 large bags
Although the bags are in small shapes (Tod and especially Jacquemus), the tendency for large bags to grow. On Sportmax, Lacoste, Off-White and Rejina Pyo, the bag is almost as big as an evening bag worn under the arm or moving above the shoulder. This is probably one of the most profitable trends this season – after you have everything you need.
Sportmax, Lacoste, natural white, Rejina Pyo
5 egg yolks, egg yolks
If you are afraid of gray winter months and have matching clothes, you can add bright yellow next season. The colors are everywhere – ranging from Marc Jacobs’s large yellow dresses, white and white and Roxanda, to elegant yellow dresses at Fendi and Balenciaga. Whether you want to touch the ensemble, or look from front to heel, it will require a lot of inspiration.
Roxanda, Mark Jacobs, Fendi, Balenciaga, White
6 ankle cuffs
Skirts and dresses look much longer for the new season. Many designers prefer to lower their ankles to replace medium, minimum or maximum styles. This trend is seen in elegant evening dresses by Rejina Pyo and Brandon Maxwell, in beautiful dresses for Carolina Herrera and Giambattista Valli, and getting cool jersey coats with Alexander McQueen.
Reina Fee, Carolina Erera, Brandon Maxwell, Mark Jacobs, Alexander McQueen, Jambatista Valley
7 comfortable robes
If you need a new coat next season, it’s better for your nose. Style without hands is seen on the bridge and will probably be the most unusual part of AW19. JW Anderson and Celine talked about classical waves, while Miu Miu (among many others) had the lowest number, and Balmain and Etro gave them pressure treatment.
Miu Miu, Balmain, Celine, Etro, JW Anderson
8 deconstructed knits
Everything will be tied up next season. Some designers show knitwear deconstructed on Modepodium. In Burberry, Ricardo Tishi tied the dress in a rugby-jerry style, while Helesi and Tibi tied the knights to jumpers. Meanwhile at “J. J. Anderson has knit wrapped in a belt.
Burberry, Hellessy, Tibi, JW Anderson, Helesi
9 marker heels
If you are an accessory accessory admirer, don’t look beyond the big fall boot trend – heel marker. Seen on Emilio Pucci, Victoria Beckham and the most famous place in Saint Laurent, colorful shoes seem to be a favorite in the new season. While Pucci and Saint Laurent really liked their night, Modepodium Beckham proved that they could be the perfect partner for your office equipment.
Emilio Pucci, Saint-Laurent, Saint-Laurent, Victoria Beckham, Victoria Beckham
10 creamy cream
This is probably a big trend for SS19 (and one that has been widely accepted by street stylists), but it cannot be denied that less boring cream is everywhere. Headed to the heels of Jill Sander, Burberry and Max Mara, the color is given to the spider night of Valentino and in Fendi mixed with other earth tones. It’s easy to accept a tendency that is resistant to the test of time.
Fendi, Max Mara, Valentino, Jill Sander, and Burberry