Top Paris Fashion Trends – launched by the most prestigious luxury brands, they are very important to the interior design industry. Both influence each other, so it’s always very important to all design professionals to keep a close eye to what’s trendy in Fashion.
Trendbook invites you today to check out and be inspired by the top trends spotted at Paris fashion week.
Biophilia a major trend of 2020, a celebration of nature brought into multiple areas of design. Within this macro trend, at Paris Fashion Week it has been seen multiple outfits that remind us of nature. From Christian Dior, Louis Vuitton and Lacoste.
As an attempt to concern the human for the environment.
This trend was highlighted by the fashion designer Noir Kei Ninomiya. At his Spring Summer 2020 fashion show.
As a reminiscence of the ’80s. Empowered shoulders trend, was strongly highlighted at Balenciaga fashion show. Valentino, Givenchy, and Miu Miu. They have used this Top Paris Fashion Trends.
Also, another bold accent, to bring a modern look of the ’80s. Which will be a trend in the next season of 2020-2021, also within the interior design industry.
Grey trend color, will be the color for next season 2020-2021. A sophisticated tone also used by iconic fashion designers: Alexander McQueen, Chanel, and Givenchy.
Also in interior design, grey will be the color of the season 2020-20201. It has been seen lately in many interior design projects.
Feminine and delicate, laces are a fashion trend coming back with new styled garments. As seen in Alexander McQueen, Loewe and Elie Saab.
One of the top Paris Fashion trends, metallics brings a futuristic look for ready to wear. Which is one of the macro trends for 2020, the futuristic macro trend. Designers have adopted this trend for casual-chic looks but also to special occasion dresses, such as Balmain and Balenciaga.
Playful Graphic Prints:
Fun and cheerful graphic prints. Louis Vuitton and Balenciaga have used one of the 2020 top trends, the playful design trend. With bright colors allied to graphic patterns.
From head to toe, the transparency top Paris fashion trend is a changing paradigma for what to wear next season. Opacity in clothing will be less of 100% requirement for ready to wear. Designers Christian Dior and Valentino have adopted this trend in order to embellish the women’s body with nature-inspired elements.
As seen before in other previous fashions shows from 2019, Paris fashion week was highlighted with twisted suits. Suits are turning back to fashion, but with a new twist. Designers have deconstructed and created new shapes from traditional shapes. Such as Alexander McQueen, Balmain, and Stella McCartney.
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