NWFW: Spring 2020 Trends
New York Fashion Week is only half way over, but we’ve already begun to notice some trends pop up on the runway.
One of the more surprising trends this week was the abundance of mint green. Seeing as the Pantone color for spring 2020 is actually Flame Scarlet, we were expecting to see more red than green hit the runways this year. Nevertheless, the soothing shade was a welcome, playful sight in each rendition. Some designers, like Jason Wu, went for a muted version, while others, such as Christopher John Rogers, opted for a brighter hue. Click through our favorites below.
Leather on Leather on Leather
Usually reserved for fall runway shows, SS2020 featured lots of leather, many looks consisting of head-to-toe leather looks. We enjoyed the out-of-the-box creativity that went into these looks; instead of serving up multiple moto style jackets, we were pleasantly surprised by the imaginative colors, textures, and cuts.
Finally, a trend we were expecting. As chunky headbands and lots of bling took center stage last season, and became just as popular for streetwear looks, it’s no surprise that designers (smartly) chose to keep the momentum going.
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