AW20/21 Highlights - Here's what you need to know
AUTUMN WINTER 20/21 HIGHLIGHTS
Here's what you need to know
New season is here, and for the fashion industry Autumn is well underway and we are already looking to next season's trends. That's right, whilst beginning to snuggle into winter knits, fashion bloggers and the fashion-pack are looking to SS21 trends and looks from designers around the globe. So for right now, what can you expect for the season ahead? We've taken a look at some of the key pieces that are set to be big news for women everywhere this Autumn Winter 2020.
The good news, and even better news for our planet, is that for AW20 our designers continue on their mission (and ours!) to showcase the importance of sustainable fashion with the use of high quality cottons, organic cottons, nature-inspired prints and fabrics such as alpaca alongside repurposing of precious stones and materials - a continued step in the right direction.
HERE'S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
The Colour Orange and Red
Autumn Winter 2020 brings bold colours in rich jewel-toned palette with an earthiness coming through the mix of contrasting colours. Designers such as Rundholz, Privatsachen, Elemente Clemente and Les Ours are showcasing understated, classic and autumn like colour ways.
Burnt orange, deep blue and bottle green are the ones to watch, the colour is going to be very popular for the coming season and set to be a big hit for the fashion season.
The new season is exploding with statement prints. Prints were all over the showrooms and we are admiring the variety of shades and prints seen on sheer fabrics, peg trousers, longline coats and key separates. You can expect paisley prints, cartoon motifs and geometric designs for the Autumn Winter collection.
It's all about experimenting with patterns and print. Discover prints being showcased from Rundholz collections, Ewa I Walla and Crea Concept.
The Leather Look
Whether you're enlivening the season with prints or opting for a fall-ready head-to-toe look, luxe understated leather is the latest ultra-versatile autumn winter classic that's on our radar. Here's our key pieces you need in your wardrobe featuring Sarah Pacini's faux- leather trousers with side zip, Beatrice B's double-breasted leather trench coat in cream/brown and T.ba's buckled leather ankle boots.
Think brightly-coloured, bold and beaded jewellery and you're there! This season nostalgic costume jewellery is having a real moment. The bigger, brighter, more dramatic the style, the more fashion kudos you'll get. Trust us when we say the collections coming through from Boks & Baum, Angela Caputi and T.ba have got you covered.
The Denim Jacket
If you haven't embraced it already, then you'll definitely want to get involved with investing in a denim jacket this autumn. Ruling the wardrobe staple title and closets of pretty much every fashion insider there is - the 90's-style loose airy fit offers a brilliantly chic and casual look. Discover Rundholz collections including the cropped denim jacket in steel, the long sleeved waterfall denim jacket in bottle orange and the hooded denim jacket in petrol orange.
All In The Detail
Undoubtedly one of the most anticipated of the Autumn Winter collections is the romantic style. Whether it's an embroidered hem, a ruffled cuff or a pussy-bow blouse, this season's offering from designers Ewa I Walla, T.ba and Les Ours are sure to fix your supremely kitsch needs.
Silhouettes and Styles
Focusing on the pillar-box shape and accentuating the hour-glass, designers like Elemente Clemente have taken a softer approach to styling this season's silhouette with straight legged trousers, boxy tops and loose fitting knits bringing them to the forefront.
Following the popularity of the SS20 sheer fabric and the jumpsuit, the pieces are transitioning into AW20 with heavier fabrics and made for layering. Breaking away from the more boxy style, Privatsachen and Mama B offer wide leg and peg trousers, tunic style tops and super feminine dress styles perfect for everyday style.
GET THE LOOK
Wrap up warm in style with outfit inspiration for the new season. Let us guide you through some of our favourite looks for cooler weather, courtesy of our in-house stylists.
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