Winter 2019 – Ready to wear Trends

Are you wondering what is making waves this fall season in the biggest fashion capitals of the world? Well we got you! In this post we explore the hottest trends to hit the runway from the biggest fashion designers on the globe.

Marc Jacobs recently reissued his 1993 grunge collection for Perry Ellis, and Anna Sui also put her Spring ’93 collection back out. The 90’s is a trend, which has truly stuck as we have seen with millenniums in recent years, and it is here to stay for now whether you and love it or loathe it!

Some of our favourites include Chanel’s puffy jackets Balenciaga is also strong on this sporty trend.

Still have that camo tucked away in your draw? Well bring it back out as military is still going strong with Prada and Miu Miu leading the front with this trend.

80’s knit jumpers; did they ever leave?! Designers like Alberta Ferretti, Alexa Chung and Vivienne Westwood are making them new again.

Designers such as Marc Jacobs and Alexander McQueen could not get more 80’s with their exaggerated puff dresses.

If you want to see if the 80/90’s trend is something you can in-cooperate into your look and not spend what a ticket to Europe would cost on one piece we luckily have plenty of Op Shops to explore in Sydney! You never know what type of treasure you will find in places like the Australian Red Cross, and better yet you will be recycling and saving clothes from going into landfill.

A stand out colour was bright orange, which designers such as Acne Studios, Anna Sui and Bottega Veneta featured in their ranges. Don’t shy away from a bold warm hue this winter!

Pastels were also seen across many ranges like Marc Jacobs, Versace and Bottega Veneta (to name a few). If bright’s are not your thing exploring some candy hue pastels could be just the thing for you.

Camel coats were massive with Boss making this colour a primary focus in their range. Almost every designer featured a camel coat in their range; Boss, Loewe, Alexander Wang, Burberry and Celine (just to name a few).

Big designers like Paco Rabanne, Versace, Marc Jacobs, Alexander Wang, Ana Sui and Marc Jacobs (to name just a few) all included a must have faux leopard coat (sometimes two!) to their collection.

So the take away, if there is just one item to add to your wardrobe this season make sure it is truly “you” whether this be a statement or more subtle piece. Explore with what you already have (as fashion always comes back) and add things to this to compliment the rest of the look.

We scouted one independent Australian brand – Punch Park, which makes all our current European fashion dreams come true with their faux fur coat. It’s a statement piece, and we don’t see it going out of fashion anytime soon!


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