Fashion trends launched by the most prestigious luxury brands are very important to interior design industry. They both influence each other, so it’s always very important to all design professionals to keep a close eye to what’s trendy in Fashion. So, CovetED Magazine invites you today to check out and be inspired by the best looks spotted at both Fashion Weeks: London and Milan selected by our partner Trendbook.
London Fashion Week 2019
One of the trends spotted was the use of fringing in clothing. Beyond that, at Burberry fashion show brought the newest trend in fashion design, which is the new way to wear silk scarfs.
Classical trench coats got a new twist in their cut, bringing a more contemporary modern look for a classic piece.
Ports 1961, as well, approaches this spring-summer 2020 collection trends, new shapes on classic trench coats. And also they accent their looks with silky scarfs.
At London fashion week, Richard Quinn shows exuberant looks, blending the antique with modernity, bringing elegant new vintage trend style looks.
Prada shows it’s spring-summer 2020 collection, highlighting the design trend gold accents.
Milan Fashion Week 2019
Moschino spring summer 2020, ready-to-wear collection honors the iconic painter Pablo Picasso, designing their entire collection in an eclectic trend portraiting it’s paintings on their outfits.
One of Hugo Boss best looks fashion week shows their collection based in pastel color pallete, and fluid shapes mixed with classic suits cuts.
At Milan fashion week, the brand shows contemporary chic looks, with the usage of new materials, highlighting the transparency design trend on their ready-to-wear clothing.
Dolce et Gabbana
Dolce et Gabbana celebrates spring-summer of 2020 collection with influences of nature. Using the trends of animal prints and tropical patterns. Blended with classic suits, new cuts, and tropical prints.
At the end of Versace fashion show, a revival of the iconic Jlo dress was once again on the catwalk, with Jennifer Lopez herself, but this time in a new version of the dress. This moment went viral on the internet, marking all fashion weeks from September.
♦ Discover The Best Looks From London & Milan Fashion Week 2019 ♦