Fashion Trends Of 2020 Bid goodbye to the trends of the 2010s — until they’re back as vintage, of course. The decade transformed the fashion industry thanks to shifts in consumer culture, which include the rise of DTC, and of course, the introduction of social media. Now, with a new year and decade quickly approaching, it begs the questions: Where will fashion go next? What will be the trends of 2020 that transform the fashion industry? Thanks to the teases from the Spring/Summer 2020 runways, you can already see hints of what’s to come — suiting over athleisure, romantic details. Pair these design shifts with expert insight into mass industry and consumer trends, and you get an idea about how the fashion landscape is being shaped now, with impact for decades to come.
According to Laura Yiannakou, Senior Editor of Womenswear at trend forecasting company WGSN, there are a number of shifts — both small and sweeping to look out for. As it’s her job to think ahead, seasons and sometimes years in advance, she’s already clued into the key trends, shifts, and sensibilities to keep a close eye on as you ring in the next decade. From a pointed focus on knitwear, to a resurgence of ultra-feminine, maximalist design, and a demand for more modular, functional offerings, read on for a forward look at what to know about fashion in 2020 and beyond.
The 2020 Fashion Trend: High Volume Dresses
While voluminous dresses that might belong in Marie Antoinette’s wardrobe were popular this year on the runways of Cecilie Bahnsen and 2019 CVFF winner Christopher John Rogers, the style wasn’t just a flash in the pan. “We expect to see commercial interpretations of the ‘big dress’ peak in 2020,” says Yiannakou. “Confident, bold yet feminine, is this item the latest alternative to the power blazer? Linked to an empowered consumer seeking fun in downbeat times, this kind of fancy-free and frivolous dressing will fill the void left by a noticeable absence of streetwear at the moment, across Womenswear catwalks and trade shows.” Similarly, Yiannakou anticipates that 2019’s most buzzed about trapeze dress will be reworked in winter-ready taffetas and sturdy velvets, and that the bubble-hem — “2020’s modern take on the ’80s puffball style” — will gain traction throughout the year.
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The transition of the cardigan from a practical wardrobe staple to legitimate fashion must-have is one that has been brewing for the last few seasons. But this is only the beginning, explains Yiannakou, calling out both Katie Holmes’ viral turn in Khaite’s Scarlett Cardigan, and Kurt Cobain’s MTV Unplugged cardigan selling at auction for $334,000 as proof. “Knitwear’s most unexpected fashion item for 2020 has arrived,” she says. “Slouchy styles remain key in this era of comfort, in addition to the focus on ’90s grunge.” But, she notes that a shrunken cardigan feels freshest as ultra-feminine silhouettes are on the rise.
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For the last decade, the fashion industry has been enamored with the concept of comfortable, casual dress, from the rise of sneaker culture to the proliferation of outside pajamas. But according to Yiannakou, we’re about to see pendulum begin to swing in 2020. “The re-emergence of categories such as tailoring and girly party wear have most definitely warranted a rebalancing of the casual offer this year,” she says. “Moving forward, the focus hones in on the glam end of the spectrum.” You can see the shift clearly on the spring runways where elevated precision was the norm, from the corseting at Dion Lee and Alexander McQueen to the sleek darting at Kwaidan Editions.
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“Adjustability, modularity, and reversibility will reshape the fashion landscape in 2020 and beyond,” Yiannakou says. “This revolution is beginning to take off in [the] outerwear category, as the consumer is demanding comfort and weather-appropriate practicality to go hand in hand with fashion.” These design details have become extremely prevalent as we round out the end of 2019, with popular fashion brands like FARM Rio and Everlane turning out reversible jackets in time for winter, and Outdoor Voices debuting its new, functional rip-off pants, reminiscent of the early-aughts. But according to Yiannakou, it’s not enough for just active and outdoor brands to service this need. “Fashion brands too will have to design assortments that are grounded in hardworking design that provides solutions,” she explains. “Trailblazing brands and exciting new collaborations are seizing the opportunity with practical-meets-trend-led design. We will see more details such as removable mid-layers, detachable sleeves and hoods, and extendable hemlines.”
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The fashion industry has been disrupted with resale sites that fit every style, from luxury options like TheRealReal and Rebag to apps like Depop and streetwear-focused platforms like StockX and Heroine. And alongside these options have come a range of rental platforms as well. Rent the Runway, Le Tote, Stitch Fix, and most recently Urban Outfitter’s Nuuly. “The timing for rental and resale models feels ripe, as it’s a way of getting the customer excited about consumption, but in a sustainable way that can also be more cost-effective,” explains Yiannakou. WGSN is counting on these services and consumer behaviors to only grow as you move into 2020.
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“We are facing extremely turbulent times on a global scale, both politically and environmentally. Designers are more eco-conscious than ever before,” Yiannakou explains. “We will see a continued focus on intelligent, innovative design that works hard to challenge current issues and offer solutions regarding consumption, waste, pollution, and climate.” Though sustainability has become an overused buzzword, there are brands like Maggie Marilyn, Patagonia, and Reformation are taking industry-leading steps to develop new fabrics and production practices that will lead to a more sustainable future.
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The Most Popular Piercing Trends For 2020 Are All About Self Expression: Fashion Trends Of 2020
Getting pierced has always been cool, but in 2019 piercings (and the jewellery that come with them) felt more popular than ever. From the curated ear look to a whole host of bespoke piercing brands popping up, this was the trend to get on board with in 2019, and Instagram was proof of that. But where are piercings going? What looks will be cool come next year? I spoke to Sacred Gold head piercer Nicole Mitchell to discover what the most popular piercing trends for 2020 will be and what we can expect going forward.
First up, it’s worth mentioning that the curated ear trend shows zero signs of slowing down, and Mitchell, who has seen first hand just how popular it has become, can attest to that. “The curated ear is all about style, feeling amazing, and looking beautiful and adorned, and these are all things you carry with you every day, literally and figuratively,” she explains. “It’s certainly a trend right now, but definitely not a fad! Feel special and great about yourself forever, not just today.” Going forward in 2020, Mitchell believes the trend will take focus on multiple lobe ‘stacks,’ which follow all the way up the curvature of the ear.
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Ear curation services are set to take further steps forward in 2020 too, with in-store piercing stations designed in order to create the customer’s ideal look. Sacred Gold, for example, offer ‘curation consults’ every day in their studio, which Mitchell says involves “discussing with clients their ideas and what works for them, and celebrates them.” Other brands such as Otiumberg also offer online services such as their ‘earring builder,’ which allows customers to build their prospective look on a virtual ear before buying.
But what else can we expect for 2020?
Mitchell explains that, as well as thinking about how our earrings will be styled, there will be a focus on the type of jewellery we’re choosing too. There will be “bigger jewellery, excitement for coloured gemstones and more ornate and bold pieces,” she says.
As well as this, fine, bespoke jewellery designed specifically for each client is going to take centre stage also, such as the pieces Mitchell designed with Body Vision (BVLA) for piercings done at Sacred Gold. Many other demi-fine and fine jewellery brands offer bespoke pieces too, including the likes of Roxanne First. For 2020, it’s all about tailoring your look specifically to you and using piercings as a form of self expression.
There is also set to be a movement towards more obscure piercings such as the snug, daith, surface, and septum. “These of course are not unheard of at all,” Mitchell says, “but they were certainly not asked after by the majority, which is the case now.”
And perhaps the bravest new piercing you could opt for? “High nostril piercings,” says Mitchell. “These are definitely a rarity, but now are seemingly becoming more and more popular with more social media visibility.”
Whatever piercing you go for next, be sure to do your research before picking where you get pierced. Studios that specialise in piercings are always best, and are worth paying slightly more for in terms of safety, cleanliness, expertise, and healing times. Now roll on 2020.
Wedding Trends 2020: Jumpsuits And Barrettes Are On The Rise As Couples Seek Personal Touches For Their Big Day
[Fashion Trends Of 2020]: Bridal fashion looks set to become even more personalized in 2020, as couples increasingly seek out individual and unique looks for their wedding day.
According to research by wedding planning and registry resource The Knot, couples getting hitched next year will “place a greater emphasis on intentional and deeply meaningful personalization,” both for themselves and for their guests. In keeping with that theory, more and more couples are abandoning the traditional white gown and black suit for bolder wedding fashion choices, such as jumpsuits, vibrant colors, exaggerated sleeves and bold ball gowns. Matching his n’ hers footwear or accessories, such as “‘til death do us part” custom leather jackets are also being used to add a personal touch to the big day.
“We love how thoughtful and purposeful today’s couples are in planning their wedding celebrations,” said Kristen Maxwell Cooper, editor in chief of The Knot. “Along with their designers and planners, couples continue to think creatively and deliberately as they plan a wedding that thoughtfully reflects their unique love story.”
While traditional veils remain popular, the tiara is also giving way to bridal barrettes and combs, which are reportedly rising in popularity as a way to add embellishment to statement wedding hair.
Other trends include focusing on sustainability, with couples upcycling décor, jewelry and attire details, or even committing to zero waste or a reduced carbon footprint for the event. Inclusive menus that take guests’ dietary requirements into account are also proving popular, according to the findings, alongside self-service drink stations that allow guests to create their own drinks. Creative lighting and using flowers boldly are also on the up.