Autumn 2020 Fashion Highlights

Autumn 2020 Fashion Highlights As usual International Fashion Week reveals

Autumn 2020 Fashion Highlights
As usual International Fashion Week reveals new trends and this is evident in New York Fashion Week fall winter 2020 2021 where the house has presented us with a variety of ideas and beautiful and varied stories. So be the first to adopt it.

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Blue Boudry
Instead of focusing on strong colors and neon gradients designers decided to highlight a color that reflects calm and tranquility. The boudry blue has featured on new York’s platforms and we’ve been watching it very closely at Area Colline Strada and Self Portrait.

Blue Boudry
Blue Boudry

Metal decorations
Designers may have spent holidays at craft fairs or fabric stores that have made great deals on metal decorations because brands across the board have dazzled their neutral colored autumn look with flashy additions Some of the signs that have focused on this include Baja East Rachel Comey and Veronica Beard.

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Metal decorations
Metal decorations

Luke Albank
Nets high heeled shoes pins tartan skirts and leather pieces All these details have emerged in a large number of collections on the 2020 2021 fall/winter platforms in New York returning the bold bank look to the forefront We spotted this trend with Monse R13 and many others

Luke Albank
Luke Albank

 

Soft cuts
Next season the stylists wanted to show off a little of your skin and the cut outs in fashion featured a soft and unexaggerated style This trend was made up of Area Eckhaus Latta Carolina Herrera and Noon By Noor.

 

Soft cuts
Soft cuts

Basic capers
We’ve got Brandon Maxwell Jason Wu and Rodarte The capers came to add a distinctive aura to the woman who wears them and to give their look a soft style.

 

Basic capers
Basic capers

 

Painted collars
From dramatic style ties to soft feminine bound designs designers have never missed any neckline and collar detail.

Painted collars
Painted collars

Sleeveless
The designers presented you with attractive designs this season with one sleeve and the cuts are varied and striking This trend emerged at Hellesy and Staud.

 

Sleeveless
Sleeveless

Pancho
Forget the huge jackets this season’s fashion revolves around pancho in its various forms whether it’s a spun to a woolly pancho. This fashion has been highlighted by Longchamp Rag & Bone and many others.

 

Pancho
Pancho

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