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"Fashion Trends Fall/Winter 2019-20"

By Mavin

Staff Writer


Whether you like it or not, the fall/winter 2019 fashion trends are finally here, and they are absolutely stunning! What's more impressive this time is that these fashion trends are all-inclusive and for everyone - the maximalist or the minimalist.


The four major editions of Fashion Week have just been concluded, and we can now see what the major fashion trends will look like for the next autumn and winter seasons of 2019/2020.


Some designers crafted apocalypse-themed garments while some designs were obviously inspired by sci-fi films like the Matrix. Interestingly, the nineties grunge was also on display. Additionally, some of the fashion trends were about sustaining the environment, and some centered on gender. Several Seventies staples were also exhibited in the fall 2019 fashion trends.

So, check out some fashion trends for the looming fall/winter season.


1. Cape

If you want a new coat next season, then it'd better be a cape. The armless version was everywhere and you should really look out for this fashion trend. JW Anderson and Celine had the classic wool version, while Miu Miu exhibited a floor-length number, and Balmain and Etro thrilled them with the printed style.


2. Yolk Yellow

The bright colour was on display everywhere – from large sunny yellow gowns at Roksanda, Marc Jacobs and Off-white, to the delectable yellow daywear at Fendi and Balenciaga. If all you want is just a touch of yellow or try a head-to-toe look, there's so much to choose from.


3. Enormous Bags

Last season, the mini-bag was the ultimate status symbol, but this autumn/winter, mini purses will make way for supersized bags. Sportmax, Lacoste, Michael Kors and Rejina Pyo had handbags on the AW19 catwalks that resembled overnight carriers which were clutched under the arm or slung freely over the shoulder. Finally, there's a fashion trend that satisfies women who love to carry around large bags wherever they may go. 



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