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Meanwhile, Roksanda added some tassels to an evening gown, Gabriela Heast made it work the Western way, while Dior gave it a Seventies Spin.
The most unexpected accessory to come out of awards season and then land on more catwalks than we can count? The opera glove. After Zoe Kravitz, Margot Robbie and Ariana Grande championed their unexpected return earlier this year, a number of designers gave the elbow-length accessory their own unique spin.
They were shown in sheer and metallics at Erdem, in florals at Giambattista Valli and given the leather treatment at Fendi, Givenchy, Lanvin, Sportmax, Off-White and Valentino.
If you want to channel a traditional Neo, look to Erdem, Fendi, Ferragamo, Gabriela Hearst, Khaite or Miu Miu, opt for colour at Preen and Prada or embrace more modern fluid shapes at Stella McCartney.
Although the presence of tonal black was undeniable, angry red also had a place in the AW20 collections. Whether in lace at Bottega, ruffles at Ferretti or sequins at Christopher Kane, the colour packed a punch from city to city.
Valentino slipped its characteristic red into its otherwise toned-down collection, Saint Laurent said it with vinyl, Molly Goddard made it work in her trademark tulle and McQueen injected the hue into its Welsh-inspired collection.
While the opera glove was an unexpected dose of traditional elegance, one of the more prominent footwear trends to come out of the shows was quite the opposite.
Balenciaga, Prada, Dior, Bottega Veneta and Versace all gave the humble Wellington boot a high-fashion makeover, suggesting that clunky comfort might be set to rule in Grey suiting was everywhere, ties had a new lease of life and the skirt suit was prominent, but perhaps the most standout tailoring trend was the belted blazer which had pride of place at Prada, Carolina Herrera, Monse, Miu Miu, McQueen, Michael Kors, Brock Collection and Jil Sander.
These long coats were well-tailored and nipped it at the waist, so though they are still comfortable, they also flatter the silhouette. Chanel gave us the best of both worlds, contrasting larger coats with a few options in black or red tweed that had a high neckline or extra-long hemline, which helped to elongate the silhouette, while the cinched waist emphasized curves.
The runways were filled with glamorously big even oversized fur coats, but the increased awareness of animal rights meant that the precious material was actually faux fur more often than not.
Miuccia Prada has gone totally fur-free, so the playful fuzzy coats she presented at Miu Miu and the glamorous, soft brown coats she presented at Prada were all faux fur options that vegans and vegetarians can happily wear.
The show opened with a vintage-inspired knee-length coat made of brown faux fur, with jeweled buttons at the center, though there were many classier faux fur options on display.
Do we prize simplicity or look for the designers doing something different with the design? Do we profile designers who just gave us a lot of trench coat options?
There was something otherworldly about the minimalist ankle-length trench coats at Haider Ackermann. The show opened with a pristine white trench, and later on, there were a couple more in tan.
The length, clean lines, and lack of embellishments made them striking and memorable. A trench coat is a Burberry staple, so of course, there were plenty to drool over!
This season, many of the coats were made of a fabric with a subtle tonal shift that may have been tie-dyed, as well as options that could be cinched with a ribbon instead of a belt.
A lot of designers presented capes this season, but unfortunately, we only have the space to talk about a few.
At Celine, a long plaid cape paired perfectly with a long, pleated skirt and high-necked blouse, contributing to a casual, vintage-bourgeois vibe.
If you love the drama of a cape but require the convenience of a coat with proper buttons, look no further than Givenchy, Jason Wu, and Salvatore Ferragamo.
The three collections were not overly similar otherwise, but all featured long, gray coats with capes attached to them instead of sleeves.
There were probably hundreds of more capes on the runways at Michael Kors, Ports , Marc Jacobs, and many more. We saw both more casual dresses reminiscent of the era, with more of an elongated silhouette, and more extravagant options with voluminous skirts.
Erdem played with satin and mixed patterns but ultimately put together both bias-cut and big-skirted dresses that recalled the s, both thanks to styling with gloves and scarves and thanks to clear vintage markets like embellished or puffy sleeves.
Realistically, only the bourgeois can afford a high-fashion wardrobe, while the rest of us have to pay attention to the trends, so we can find more affordable versions.
At Self-Portrait, a few models rocked Bermuda shorts, blazers, and long socks, which, topped with a horse-riding helmet, really drove home the equestrian vibe.
One of the ways this expressed itself is with the Victorian necklines — high necks, a bit of ruffle, maybe even a ribbon, but rarely gracing complex silhouettes.
These dresses a few in light blue, one in deep red all had high-collars decorated with ruffles, slightly cinched waist, and an otherwise flowy, flattering design.
There was something very powerful about the way Tory Burch utilized the high-necklines of the very early 20th century less in dresses and more in blouses, worn with or without high jackets and often with tight trousers.
We loved the huge variety of them that we saw on the runways! Many of them were specifically made of bias-cut fabrics, which allows the dresses to drape over the body in a way that highlights curves without constricting, making for a comfortable yet alluring design.
At Chalayan, those long dresses held an additional appeal thanks to deep V-necklines, which kept the very loose design from seeming dowdy.
It was all about the slinky silhouettes at Olivier Theyskens, with a few dresses made of the shiniest black satin, with a few neckline and sleeve options that were all draping just so.
There were plenty of these dresses available at Roksanda, from a short-sleeved brown, black, and blue patterned dress worn over a blue turtleneck top to a chocolate brown satin dress with slightly puffy sleeves.
Even the Oscar de la Renta collection included such a dress in aquamarine with sleeves that puffed out a bit around the wrist and a flowy skirt striped with white.
There were more conservatively voluminous dresses at Petar Petrov, Lela Rose, Collina Strada, and Molly Goddard. The fall fashion trends also had room for some flirty short dresses with loose silhouettes and long sleeves that looked practical enough for any cool-but-not-freezing weather occasion.
Marc Jacobs presented a bunch of these dresses, but our two favorites were a white one with long sleeves and a ruffled skirt, and a red one decorated with the cutest Peter Pan collar.
The Victoria Beckham show included a few flowy minis, but our favorites were the two extremely elegant, high-necked dresses that closed the show. They had extra flowy sleeves and were worn with boots so high that they ended under the hem of the skirt.
At Chanel, we spotted a celery-colored tweed dress with a similar silhouette that looked perfectly warm for autumn when worn with boots and polka-dot hose.
Cynthia Rowley, Ulla Johnson, and Stine Goya also deserve credit for some super-cute short, flowy dresses. The cold shoulder was a serious motif at Proenza Schouler, with most of the designs looking as though the neckline of the garment was pulled off to the side to reveal the shoulder, while in others it looked more intentional — what was memorable was the cohesion that repeated shoulder reveal at the show.
Trends were combined at Ports , where a rose-covered dress with a slinky, long design had a neckline pulled off to the side to reveal a hint of shoulder.
We saw a few more examples of asymmetrical off-the-shoulder dresses at Oscar de la Renta and Tadashi Shoji. For the fall fashion trends, we saw a very elegant twist on the off-the-shoulder look, with a sort of bandage-wrap style piece of fabric wrapped over the arms, giving a straight, continuous neckline and beautifully emphasizing the collarbone.
It was made of a partially transparent, patchwork fabric in brown, burnt sienna, and beige, with the folded-over, bandage part in a burnt sienna tone that also matched the accompanying bag.
To break up the asymmetrical touch at Proenza Schouler, there was one all-black look where both shoulders were revealed, with a folded-over, bandage-like element.
At Adeam, a tiered orange dress was decorated with touches of black fringe, which was also sewn into the elastic, giving the off-the-shoulder effect.
We saw a few more examples of this off-the-shoulder design at Emilia Wickstead, Badgley Mischka, and more.
Is wearing a one-shoulder dress in winter a dubious decision? Is it glamorous? Christian Siriano did what he does best, presenting really gorgeous gowns with a few lovely cold shoulder options.
Our favorites were slinky, metallic numbers one in pink, another in black with one long sleeve and a high slit showing off some leg.
Do frilly petticoats remind anyone else of dressing up in princess and fairy costumes as a child? The playful, fantastical touch of ruffles and petticoats stands out to us in stark contrast, making it pretty clear that most of the other fall fashion trends were quite sober.
Molly Goddard always knows how to cheer us up! This time around, she did it by combining voluminous tulle skirts and dresses with cozy striped sweaters, often layering the tulle over the sweaters to show how we can keep warm and still have fun.
Layering was also an important feature of how the petticoat skirts at Louis Vuitton were styled, often worn under puffy, unisex coats. Noticeably, all of the tulle used this season was black as opposed to the pastels opening the show or the brights closing it , and in one instance, even had a razored hemline that was a little edgier.
The lines between underwear and outerwear continue to blur, with designers finding new and exciting ways to showcase intimates for fall The triangle theme at Christopher Kane included a few triangle bras made of black lace and attached to become a provocative part of dresses or worn along with long skirts.
At David Koma, there were bras styled with dresses that purposefully revealed them as well as boned corsets and teddies worn cheekily over cyclist wear or denim.
There were a few other sexy looks fit for the bedroom at Dior and Mugler. Bandeaus have a different kind of sex appeal that is very different from other undergarments.
That was exactly how a memorable gray tweed bandeau was styled at Chanel, with a matching high-waisted gray skirt and a scarf tucked in at the center.
David Koma took inspiration from trench coat designs with an outfit combination of a tan bandeau and high-waisted, tight skirt decorated with buttons and pockets.
Brandon Maxwell made bandeaus bridal, with a gorgeous high-waisted full skirt and a matching bandeau, with the torso covered by a transparent, veil-like scarf tied around the neck and over the shoulder.
They felt especially harmonious next to all the capes, like a red-carpet version of the ubiquitous outerwear. The same cape addition applied to the coats at Givenchy was also added to a couple of black dresses, making models look regal and sophisticated.
At Balmain, flowy satin dresses with deep-V necklines were styled powerfully with thigh-high leather boots, long leather gloves, and satin capes in the same color as each dress wrapped around the neck.
The one casual example of a caped dress came from J. Anderson, in the form of short, knitted dresses with a cape in different-colored wool.
There were many more caped dresses, making this one of the major evening wear trends, including at Rodarte, Ports , Tadashi Shoji, and more.
We saw long, black, high-necked coats at Victoria Beckham, with a slightly oversized option to fit with the voluminous trend, and a tighter version to fit with the figure-hugging one.
Raw asphalt theme means wash out yarns, rough surface, and dark grey color palettes. More fabric influences come from 3D versions, spatial is the theme of textiles that are supposed to last longer.
It is made out of silicone fillers. Sublime is a softer version, that is not made out of silicon but it is more about the surface. The looks of the fabrics are more important rather than the stronger and lasting fiber.
Altruistic is all about us as people. What makes us happy, most importantly good health. As the strong empowerment of the worlds eco issues.
This is the contrast of spatial, because spatial is about technology versus altruistic. That is introduced to slow us down from the new constant improved technology.
Shiny and shimmering details of embroidery were shown according to the annual trade shows. They offered something for everyone.
Everything from textile to leather to light and heavy features, colors from dark to light. The trend is to have the ability to choose from what you want.
The energy to be independent. Having the choices of being creative yourself. Taking the inspiration from designers but being able to combine it yourself.
A new freedom of relaxation.