Spring Summer 2019: Fashion Trends
If the Spring summer collection has to be summed up in three words, they would undoubtedly be, Feel.Good.Fashion! Now that the Fashion Month dust has settled and we’ve witnessed all there was to see at the big four Fashion Weeks in Paris, Milan, London, and New York, the biggest trends for the upcoming Spring/Summer 2018 season are beginning to take shape. Although there were several new faces, there was no shortage of popular models on the runway who helped add oodles of glamour to the shows.
Several designers offered us fresh insights into some of the bespoke styles and patterns which will be the runway trends of spring/ summer 2019. Get ahead of your game and figure out how to jazz up your wardrobe for next year right this very instant as we take an in-depth look at the numerous patterns that unfolded in New York, developed in London, flowered in Milan and came to fore in Paris.
Here are four key trends that hit the catwalk that you should know about and that you can start incorporating into your wardrobe now.
Open your wardrobe door, select every pastel item in sight and splash it on as pastel colors are all the rage right now. All colors, whether they are hues of bright yellow or vibrant red to emerald green, pink, lavender, baby blue, and cyclamen, pastel looks were mostly present in the designers’ collections. Be it Michael Kors, Preen, Hermes, Chanel and Victoria Beckham, their shows were awash with pulsating, powerful and bold pastel shades to go with every outfit.
Checks might come across as a winter-only fad but in 2019, checks are taking over the spring-summer. All designers right from Victoria Beckham, at Mary Katrantzou, Ports 1961, Prabal Gurung, Sonia Rykiel and Peter Pilotto incorporated classically checked patterns into their fabrics and made a convincing case for being this summers IT print. Burberry’s perhaps made the most compelling case so don’t be surprised to see its check caps everywhere next season.
To say sheer will be a big deal next summer is an understatement. Sheer is here to stay and the runway trends are all about showing off, quite literally. Transparency was evident in almost every form on the runway and it would be incredibly difficult to list out all designers and collections that featured see-through fabrics as sheer was as popular as it gets! Giambattista Valli, Anna Sui, Teatum Jones, Preen, Xiao Li, Emilia Wickstead, Missoni, and Toga all showcased transparent dressing in their collections ranging from sheer coats, through blouses, dresses, pants and skirts. If you’re not afraid to show a little skin, dive right in!
As a consumer, fashion is distinctly fun right now. Ever since Kim Kardashian donned a pair of bike shorts, people have started embracing sports-inspired clothing as part of their style agenda. Sporty accents are here to stay and now ubiquitously regarded as one of the coolest ways of making a statement. From Fenty X Puma, Dior and Marc Jacobs, all their spring/ summer 2018 collections feature sports-inspired clothing that is making a statement everywhere from feminine dresses to edgy street wear, and we can’t be happier.
The Spring-Summer 2019 collection was as fun as fun could be! Now that you know what you should be wearing in the upcoming season, get out there and make a statement!