What's New in the Fashion Design World?

Summer 2020 comes with a lot of new fashion trends. If we say it is the season of contrasts, we won’t be wrong. The fashion designers introduced the retro trends this season. These luxury fashion trends are inspiring women of all ages. If you like being ahead of the latest fashion trends, you can find the latest trends here from the run way of Stella McCarty and Givenchy to the digital haute couture of Dolce and Gabbana. Get ready to don pop feathers, polka dots, ruffles, and colorful tropical ensembles. These trends are not only defining the fashion landscape but also bold and statement-making. These trends will not leave anyone in the shadows. Let’s find out together what’s new in the design world!

 

Latest Trends By Top Fashion Designers in 2020 

This summer, designers introduce a bevy of styles, from faux fur to pantsuit that gives you a chic look.

 

Pop Feathers: Michael Kors, Stella McCartney, Moschino

The pop feathers are back that give you the glamorous look of Hollywood’s golden era. When you choose the pop feathers from Michael Kors, Stella McCartney, Moschino, and pair it with a black dress, it will complement your look. But if you want to wear it other than a black-tie event, you can wear a feathered top with jeans that make your look edgy.

 

Faux-fur: Etro, Gucci, Celine par Hedi Slimane

It is more than a fashion trend as it is synonymous with the environmental awareness on the runways. You can see its prominence and versatility in the spring/summer fashion shows 2020. The Moschino came up with the kitschy glam-satire while Stella McCartney introduced it to a natural and arty look.

 

Puffy sleeves: Carolina Herrera, Brock Collection, Emilia Wickstead

 

Want to have a big and bold look? Then why not try the voluminous, puffy sleeves by the Simone Rocha, Brock Collection, Emilia Wickstead, and Carolina Herrera. If you want to need some extra oomph in your life, give it a try, dahling.

 

Neon colors are back: Balenciaga, Saint Laurent par Anthony Vaccarello, Christian Cowan

 

Who doesn’t want to lit up the life like a neon? So why not try to neon colors this season. It is inspired by the 80s fashion and rave culture that hit the runway. Marine Serre gave the blatant call to all the fashionistas by demonstrating the neon color blocking. As Yves Saint Laurent said, if you want to stun the people, force them to reflect when he presented his famous Scandale collection.

Polka Dots: Michael Kors 

 

Polka dots trends can never get old. It is the favorite by royals like Lady Diana and Kate Middleton. This time, Michael Kors made the headlines with the trendy black and white polka dots dress. The dress has the sweetheart neckline; long puffy sleeves rectified draperies to make it voluminous. The designers used the black and white accessories such as the high waist black leather and the striped wedges with ankle straps on the runway. If you also want to have this look, don’t forget to pair the striped shoulder bag with it.

 

Pantsuits: Givenchy, Max Mara, Tibi

 

Surprise, the pantsuits are still in trend. If you are also a fan of Hillary Clinton's pantsuit style, this is a great opportunity to leap in the world of suiting this season. The famous luxury brand Givenchy introduced all things coordinated and tailored. So it is a great opportunity to take inspiration from it and relight your fire for a tailored suit. Three-piece suits with vest and waistcoats are also in trend these days. For a more casual look, try the Bermuda shorts. The choices are endless that prove that a good suit is a must-have for a well-rounded wardrobe.

 

Collar ID: LOUIS VUITTON, Victoria Beckham

 

Everyone loves disco days and retro fashion trends. That’s why the designers styled their collection that brings you back in the 70s, and we are not complaining. The most sartorially talked trends were classic button-down shirts, but this season, designers like Victoria Beckham gave the fashion lover a groovy treat by introducing the collar ID trend. This is all about big, literally big collars pulled out beneath blazers' lapels and jackets. It means the more your collar big is, the more stylish look you have.

 

Tropical Gateway: Dolce & Gabbana, Versace

 

Who doesn’t want to have a tropical dress like Jennifer Lopez? Girls love it since the J. Lo showed her tropical side to the world. This trend will surely help you to dress like you are heading on the tropical vacation. Nature and fruit-inspired prints are best of all that inspires you and let you feel the island breeze. This season, take the tropical inspiration from Versace and a Dolce & Gabbana for a more casual look.

 

Go for Graters: Mugler, Dion Lee

 

The garters are the belt that is used to hold up the stockings. If you want to show your sultry night out look, try the garter belts underneath blazers as Mugler did on the runway. You can also support this trend by wearing the tank with straps dripping like grater from the hem. You can show up on tops, skirts, and dresses this season with this cool trend.

 

Shoulder pads: Balenciaga, Saint Laurent, Vaccarello, Christian Cowan

 

This is a signature 80s look that has endless architectural potential. The focal point of creativity is the shoulders; make them sharp, voluminous, or square.

Well-Vested: Celine, Max Mara, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs, Rag & Bone

 

Well- vested trend is borrowed from the boys but with a little change. If you like boyish things, this trend is for you. This is something quite appealing and dapper. You can wear it with your three-piece suit or with a jacket like Louis Vuitton did on the runway. It is endlessly flattering, so don’t overlook this trend.

 

Crochet: Fendi, Jil Sander

 

The 2020 fashion trends are all about surprises and retro trends. Crochet is back in trends. Fendi introduced the ultra-modern dresses and eveningwear wear with the touch of Grandma’s handmade crochet. This will not give you a chic look, but it is also the step towards sustainable fashion.