New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2020 brought plenty of runway trends with it.
See our most favorite fall 2020 collection, ahead.
Oh wow, Carolina Herrera’s latest collection was such a feast for the eyes. We actually like Wes’ Carolina Herrera, so it’s nothing but love from us. With an all-white background, we can see all the fabulous colors clearly and they definitely created an extra element of pop for this Fall 2020 collection. Our most favorite looks were the printed brocade suit in green and the sky blue ruffled top. Also, we love all the belts! They were so feminine yet very fun as well. What a joy to behold.
JASON WU COLLECTION
Truly a gorgeous Fall 2020 collection from Jason Wu, a moment of beauty. For this collection, Wu was inspired by Egon Schiele’s work and exotic orchids. He also collaborated with Jessica Underwood to create graphic orchid patterns and Wu himself expressed his fondness of orchid with fabrics, resulting in beautiful floral swirls on dresses, soft bows, jacquard skirts, etc. The color palette — such as violet, turquoise, fuchsia was also very sophisticated and gave the collection a very dreamy vibe. Super duper chic.
We are so glad that more and more fashion houses now use recycled materials for their products, just like Gabriela Hearst. The theme to her Fall 2020 runway show was “repurpose with purpose.” Not only it was an incredible and sophisticated collection, but those clothes on the runway were made by recycled materials and the show space used shredded paper as decor! It was a very strong collection, with a brown leather dress and those colorful fringes on the extravagant chunky knits as our favorites. What makes it even better, after the show, guests were left with notebooks made from repurposed paper and sleep masks that were created with leftover cashmere from the collections! Talk about creating a great fashion luxury and still be modern with less impact.
Yep, another designer brand that implements more sustainable practices. We have always loved Eckhaus Latta, but now we love them even more. They partnered with TheRealReal, who then provided the footwear for the runway, and again, all of them were recycled footwear. Eckhaus Latta also worked with local denim factories in LA to reduce emissions, as well as making sure its factories provide fair labor and safe working conditions. Now talking about the collection itself, we love all of the bold colors on the dresses (the blue dress and the green slinky dress with a sheer overlay!) and even the cropped jacket and skirt ensemble. We also liked the color block knitwear, the one of a kind denim jeans, and turtlenecks! A perfect series of garments intended to be worn for the long haul.
All photos are by VOGUE RUNWAY