News: These are the 4 Trends from New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2019/20

New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2019/20 Trends

The first round of the big fashion month is already over and it’s time to say good bye to New York Fashion Week until the next season. The good news: London, Milan, Paris and with that many new trends are still ahead of us! But for now, we summarized the most important must-have trends for fall/winter 2019/20 straight from New York for you.

1. NYFW Fall/Winter 2019/20 Trend: Boxy Blazers

If there was a price that makes one of the most durable trend pieces, the blazer would be high up on the winner’s podium. In the past decades, blazers were valid as stuffy but nowadays, designers (and us too) can’t get enough of this classic piece. So, we’re pretty happy that the blazer has showed up for many seasons now and is interpreted differently every time. But what’s new this fall season? Broad shoulders! And we mean really broad shoulders here.

The French label Zadig & Voltaire and the American label Tibi counted on popular patterns like check and pinstripes. The new trend here is the boxy silhouette which makes the blazer look more casual. Calvin Luo’s blazer looks almost like a coat with big shoulder pads and Proenza Schouler even showed a leather version. If you want to give the blazer a bit more shape to wear it in your everyday life, it can also be combined with a waist belt, like many designers did.

New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2019/20 Trends
Zadig & Voltaire FW19, Tibi FW19, Calvin Luo FW19 © Vogue Runway

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2. NYFW Fall/Winter 2019/20 Trend: 70s Hippie Chic

The 70s – the decade of turmoil and revolutions. Women began to stick together and fight for their rights. They emancipated more and more, and the sexual revolution was one of the key activist thoughts. Thinking of the revolutionary mood of society today, many designers at New York Fashion Week expressed this 70s vibe along with the solidarity vibe with their trend clothes for the next fall/winter season. Michael Kors presented long flower dresses, feather boas and fake fur jackets and took us on a little time journey to the hippie era mixed with some Studio 54 feelings.

Also, Longchamp combined colorful dresses with ethno patterns, paired with knitted slipovers and leather vests. The designer Raffaella Hanley wanted to create young fashion with her label Lou Dallas. She showed a variety of the popular pleated skirt in a mini version. Over knee socks and perms finally made the 70s look complete.

 
 
 
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New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2019/20 Trends 70s
Michael Kors FW19, Lou Dallas FW19, Longchamp FW19 © PR & Vogue Runway

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3. NYFW Fall/Winter 2019/20 Trend: Sequins Party

New York Fashion Week could have stood under the motto “girls just wanna have fun”. Colorful sequins sparkled everywhere you looked. And wasn’t it Cindy Lauper wearing an awesome glittering sequin dress in her famous music video? Michael Kors showed us different trendy versions of the sequin dress in purple, blue and red which made us want to party. The classic pantsuit got a glam update with a silver sequin layer at Badgley Mischka and Sally LaPointe designed a combination of a black sequin blouse and leather pants suitable for daily use. At the Danish designer Sander Lak’s show for his label Sies Marjan, even the runway sparkled like a disco ball.

 
 
 
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New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2019/20 Trends
Michael Kors FW19, Sally LaPointe FW19, Badgley Miscka FW19 © Vogue Runway

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4. NYFW Fall/Winter 2019/20 Trend: More Mint

 
 
 
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Green stands for hope and harmony. So why not to incorporate a fresh mint green in your outfit choice? That should be pretty easy next fall, because the pale green was one of the clear trend colors at New York Fashion Week. Sally LaPointe presented some all over looks in mint green and showed that this is definitely feminine, elegant and sophisticated at the same time. Tibi combined two trends by pairing a tiffany blue coat with sequin sleeves – it was definitely the eye-catcher of the show. New York based designer Marc Jacobs counted on a special green for this season: It was a mix of mint and lime green that made a simple slip dress and a coat stand out of the collection. We’re curious how this fresh look will develop in everyday street style in fall. Luckily, you can shop some similar trend pieces now already!

New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2019/20 Trends
Marc Jacobs FW19, Tibi FW19 © Vogue Runway

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Featured image Brandon Sies Marjan FW19, Badgley Mischka © Vogue Runway 
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