An interesting end to fashion month—until next year!
Check out the highlights that we can’t wait to see next year.
It’s Milan fashion week and that means seeing the latest collections from fashion’s heavy hitters including Gucci, Prada, and Versace. For the second half of fashion month, The Knockturnal is changing up its fashion content. Instead of celebrating our favorite looks from several shows, we’re going to feature our 10 favorite collections from the Italian runways. This season saw quite a bit of change from brands with strong consumer bases. Fendi sent a collection down the runway sans the direction of the late Karl Lagerfeld and Alessandro Michele channeled more of Gucci’s heritage than the trend mania that was prevalent in previous years. Spring/Summer 2020 is marking a new era in Italian fashion. Here are the top 10 concepts that we’ll see next year.
British brands continue to produce trendsetting collections that’ll be seen everywhere next year.
Ready-to-wear pieces weren’t the only standouts on the runway.
New York Fashion Week has hit its esteem once again.
Fashion Palette worked with six fashion brands to bring Aussie flair to NYFW.
Rebecca Minkoff’s Fall/Winter 2019 collection was a color story that focused on the modern working woman. In an interesting deviation from the traditional fashion calendar, Minkoff decided to showcase her current collection now being sold in stores and online for this season. The designer also changed things up this season by collaborating with online retailer Stitch Fix for a size-inclusive collection ranging in sizes 00 to 24 and XXS to 3X.
Taoray Wang’s Spring/Summer is imagined through a story of ‘Wild Beauty, Intractable Myth.’
It’s April. So, while that may mean plenty of rain showers for May flowers, it’s also Earth Month.