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5 Eccentric Trends That Dominated the Spring 2020 Runways

Posted on January 20 2020

by Amos Chin

 

These trends to come from the Spring 20 runways are bound to polarize the masses with its unconventional and statement making pieces. Featuring Leopard Printed Coordinates from Dolce & Gabbana to Androgynous Technical Suits from MaxMara. Get ready to don some retro graphics, technical fabrications and nautical ensembles in 2020.

 

Digital Blue

L-Lanvin R-Louis Vuitton.

 

Bright blues and electric shades are appearing across the catwalks and street style. These tones have an intense artificial brightness as though they were altered digitally. It projects a refreshing and energetic look.

 

 

Agents of Creation

L-Junya Watanabe R-MaxMara.

 

Power dressing and “Office Core” styles are key to this trend, with a subtle influence from the spy film genre and Bauhaus design. A distinctly contemporary appeal is developed by the mix of formal fabrics with technical textiles. 

 

 

Leisure Centre

L-Valentino R-Aalto.

 

This trend focuses on comfortable materials, cheerful poolside tones and simple retro graphics. The exuberance of 1980s leisure styles are improvised with a more relaxed demeanor, updating easy casual dressing just enough to feel contemporary.

 

Animal House 

L-Dolce & Gabbana R-Dries Van Noten.

 

Animal prints might be seen as a passé, but they are making a fresh and bold return on the S/S 2020 runways. The trend is improvised with louche tailored looks, lighter fabrics, colours and a vast variations of animal motifs.

 

 

Modern Mariner

L-Lanvin R-Jonathan Simkhai.

 

Modern mariner is an evolution of nautical themes. Featuring combinations of yachting tropes, rugged seafarer references and colours reminiscent of sunbaked fishing villages. The classic Breton stripes are also quintessential for this trend. However, the changing of the stripes’ direction, width and colour updates the look.

 

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