5 trends from the 2019 pre-fall collections

Stella McCartney

Stella McCartney

With certain collections such as Louis Vuitton and Gucci being presented online only, this pre-fall season brought news in terms of presentation, following a known pattern that shows intimacy and upcoming ideas for the next seasons.

We separated 5 of this season trends for you to incorporate right now, check them below.

Gucci and Louis Vuitton

Gucci and Louis Vuitton

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Plaid

From classic Burberry to Stella McCartney, and Vuitton’s cast with Nicolas Ghesquière muses, plaid was seen in a lot of collections, and is set to be a big trend for the upcoming shows this February.

80’s

Bright colors, glitter, and shiny party dresses: the 80’s references were still high this season. Versace, one of the brands embracing the trend, brought empowerment and strength to the runway in New York, while other brands went for power suits and big high shoulders.

Fausto Puglisi, Versace, Moschino

Fausto Puglisi, Versace, Moschino

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Dresses + Trousers

The dress over trousers combo had a twist this season, making it fun and easy to wear. Emilio Pucci, Chloé and Calvin Klein were some of the brands that incorporated the trend in an ordinary way.

Emilio Pucci, Chloé, Calvin Klein

Emilio Pucci, Chloé, Calvin Klein

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Jeans

Jeans were introduced this season in embroidered versions, simplistic as in MM6, and party-ready in Phillip Plein.

Off-White, MM6 Maison Margiela, Phillip Plein

Off-White, MM6 Maison Margiela, Phillip Plein

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School Kids

This season was full of going back to school outfits, as seen on Antonio Marras and Fendi.

Antonio Marras, Fendi

Antonio Marras, Fendi

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