Sabtu, 14 Desember 2019

6 2020 Fashion Trends That Will Shape the Industry for Years to Come



Bid goodbye to the trends of the 2010s - until they returned as antiques, of course. This decade is changing the fashion industry thanks to a shift in consumer culture, which includes the rise of DTC, and of course, the introduction of social media. Now, with the new year and decade approaching, the question arises: Where will fashion go next? What will be the 2020 trend that is changing the fashion industry? Thanks to the temptation of the Spring / Summer 2020 runway, you can already see clues about what's going to happen - casual wear, romantic details. Pair this design shift with expert insight into the mass industry and consumer trends, and you get an idea of ​​how the fashion landscape is being formed now, with impact over the coming decades.

According to Laura Yiannakou, Senior Editor of Womenswear at the WGSN trend forecasting company, there are a number of changes - both small and large to watch out for. Because of his duty to think ahead, season, and sometimes years before, he already understands key trends, changes, and sensitivity to keep an eye on when you call in the next decade. From a sharp focus on knitwear, to an ultra-feminine revival, maximum design, and demand for more modular functional offerings, read on to see ahead what needs to be known about fashion in 2020 and beyond.

Fashion Trend 2020: High Volume Dresses


While many of the dresses that might be included in Marie Antoinette's clothes are popular this year on the runway of Cecilie Bahnsen and 201FF CVFF winner Christopher John Rogers, the style is not only fleeting. "We hope to see a commercial interpretation of the peak of 'big dresses' by 2020," Yiannakou said. "Confident, brave but feminine, is this item the latest alternative to electric blazers? Regarding empowered consumers who are looking for fun in the bleak times, this kind of rash-free and reckless clothing will fill the void left by the absence of streetwear today, traversing catwalks for women's clothing and trade shows. "Likewise, Yiannakou anticipates that 2019 is the most popular. buzzing about trapeze dresses will be reworked in taffetas ready for winter and sturdy velvet, and that bubble-hem -" modern 2020 takes puffball style ' '80s "- will get attraction all year long.

The 2020 Fashion Trend: Updated Cardigans


The cardigan transition from basic clothing that is practically a must-have dress is one that has been brewed for the past few seasons. But this is just the beginning, Yiannakou explained, citing the two Katie Holmes viruses in Khaite's Scarlett Cardigan, and MTV Unplugged Kigan Cobain's cardigan sold at auction for $ 334,000 as evidence. "The most unexpected fashion item from Knitted for 2020 has arrived," he said. "The dirty style remains the key in this era of comfort, besides focusing on the 90's grunge." However, he noted that the shrinking cardigan feels fresher when the ultra-feminine silhouette is on the rise.

The 2020 Fashion Trend: Modern Femininity


Over the past decade, the fashion industry has been captivated by the concept of comfortable casual clothing, from the rise of the sneaker culture to the mushrooming of outdoor pajamas. But according to Yiannakou, we will see the pendulum start swinging in 2020. "The reappearance of categories such as sewing and feminine party clothing has certainly guaranteed a rebalance of casual offers this year," he said. "Moving forward, focus sharpening at the luxury end of the spectrum." You can clearly see shifts in the spring ground where elevated precision is the norm, from the corsets on Dion Lee and Alexander McQueen to the slender movements at Kwaidan Editions. 

The 2020 Fashion Trend: Multi-Use Fashion


"Adjustment, modularity and reversibility will reshape the fashion landscape in 2020 and beyond," Yiannakou said. "This revolution is starting to take off in the outerwear category, because consumers are demanding comfort and practicality in accordance with the weather to go hand in hand with fashion." Details of this design have become very common as we end the end of 2019, with popular fashion brands such as FARM Rio and Everlane producing jackets that can be reversed in time for winter, and Outdoor Voices debuts a new, functional rip-off pants, remind young children. But according to Yiannakou, it is not enough to just be an active and outdoor brand to serve this need. "Fashion brands also have to design a variety that is based on the design of hard workers who provide solutions," he explained. "Trailblazing brands and exciting new collaborations take advantage of opportunities with practical designs that meet trends. We will see more details such as the middle layer that can be removed, the arms and hood that can be removed, and the hemline that can be extended. "

The 2020 Fashion Trend: Clothing Rental And Resale

The fashion industry has been plagued with resale sites that suit every style, from luxury options like TheRealReal and Rebag to applications like Depop and platforms that focus on street apparel such as StockX and Heroine. And in addition to these options various rental platforms have also arrived. Rent the latest Runway, Le Tote, Stitch Fix, and Nuuly Urban Outfitter. "The time for the rental and resale model feels ripe, because this is a way to keep customers excited about consumption, but in a sustainable way that can also be more cost-effective," Yiannakou explained. WGSN relies on this service and consumer behavior to only grow when you move to 2020.

Bid goodbye to the trends of the 2010s - until they returned as antiques, of course. This decade is changing the fashion industry thanks to a shift in consumer culture, which includes the rise of DTC, and of course, the introduction of social media. Now, with the new year and decade approaching, the question arises: Where will fashion go next? What will be the 2020 trend that is changing the fashion industry? Thanks to the temptation of the Spring / Summer 2020 runway, you can already see clues about what's going to happen - casual wear, romantic details. Pair this design shift with expert insight into the mass industry and consumer trends, and you get an idea of ​​how the fashion landscape is being formed now, with impact over the coming decades.

According to Laura Yiannakou, Senior Editor of Womenswear at the WGSN trend forecasting company, there are a number of changes - both small and large to watch out for. Because of his duty to think ahead, season, and sometimes years before, he already understands key trends, changes, and sensitivity to keep an eye on when you call in the next decade. From a sharp focus on knitwear, to an ultra-feminine revival, maximum design, and demand for more modular functional offerings, read on to see ahead what needs to be known about fashion in 2020 and beyond.

Fashion Trend 2020: High Volume Dresses


While many of the dresses that might be included in the Marie Antoinette outfit are popular this year on the runway of Cecilie Bahnsen and 201FF CVFF winner Christopher John Rogers, the style is not only fleeting. "We hope to see a commercial interpretation of the peak of 'big dresses' by 2020," Yiannakou said. "Confident, brave but feminine, is this item the latest alternative to electric blazers? Regarding empowered consumers who are looking for fun in the bleak times, this kind of rash-free and reckless clothing will fill the void left by the absence of streetwear today, traversing catwalks for women's clothing and trade shows. "Likewise, Yiannakou anticipates that 2019 is the most popular. buzzing about trapeze dresses will be reworked in taffetas ready for winter and sturdy velvet, and that bubble-hem -" modern 2020 takes puffball style ' '80s "- will get attraction all year long.

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