Spring/Summer 2019 Fashion Week Trend Report

It’s that time of year again! Today is the last day of the spring/summer 2019 slew of fashion week shows. As always, we started with New York, made our way over to London, then to Milan, and just wrapped up in Paris. That’s a whole lot of fashion to take in, I know. Don’t worry, I’ve been keeping my eye on the trends and have compiled the most compelling ones for you here in this little trend report. So put your Anna Wintour shades on and feast your eyes on what’s up and coming!

1. Biker Shorts
The runways were littered with this sporty style, and although the look is a bit polarizing within the fashion world, it’s certainly worth talking about! Acne Studios, Blumarine, Fendi, and Roberto Cavalli (pictured left to right), were just a few of the shows that featured bold biker shorts.
I’ve seen this unusual trend even hitting Instagram already, specifically on major influencer accounts like @ariellecharnas and @weworewhat (pictured left to right). A sleek way to incorporate this daring trend into your own wardrobe? Pair these shorts with a long blazer or loose shirt, throw some pumps on, and pedal to the metal 😉.

2. Crochet

Everybody call their grandmas right now because crochet is coming in HOT! It hit the runway often as an overlay or netting. Jil Sanders, Michael Kors, Victoria Beckham, and 3.1 Phillip Lim (pictured left to right) all cranked out some crochet for spring/summer 2019. What’s up with this trend though? Like when did “granny” become vogue? My personal theory is that the pendulum of fashion is starting to swing away from fast fashion, so people are gravitating toward a more handcrafted, slow fashion look. That’s just my humble two cents though 🤷.

3. Tie Dye
Feeling groovy? If you are, you’re in luck because this spring looks like it’ll be erupting with tie dye! The dip dye techniques definitely serve for a more subtle take on the trend, but going all out tie dye on a blazer is pretty cool too - it depends on how bold you want to be when you work your inner Woodstock. Among other shows, R13, Prabal Gurung, John Elliot, and Collina Strada (pictured from left to right) all presented tie dye looks. I’m already anxiously awaiting the outrageous, yet incredible street style that this trend will bring!

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There’s your dose of spring/summer 2019! These trends will surely be our reward for making it through the upcoming winter. If you have a favorite trend from the spring/summer 2019 shows, let us know @anjeclothing !


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