After an eventful fashion month with hundreds of designer shows it can be a bit overwhelming to keep up with the latest trends for Autumn/Winter 2019. That’s why the LuxeDesigners team has got your back and is ready to present you the top 6 trends you should look out for in 2019 Autumn/Winter. So, make a delicious cup of tea, relax and read on!
Yes, we can all relax, after being one of the top trends in Spring/Summer, colour beige is staying for another season. Super easy to style, it has taken a shape of a coat, a dress, a skirt and even a co-ord suit throughout the runaways of such fashion houses as Celine, Fendi and Jacquemus. This is definitely a trend of Autumn/Winter 2019 that you can invest in and be sure that it will stand the test of time.
Jacquemus, Max Mara, Celine, Fendi.
Burst of colour? Yes please
We all have those days when we just want to make a statement and show the world who are they dealing with. This is the moment when neon pink, sunflower yellow, tomato red and corn flower blue (basically, the louder and brighter, the better) enter the room. From Valentino to Balmain, designers made sure to let us know that Autumn/Winter 2019 won’t be dull at all.
Valentino, Balmain, Jacquemus, Dolce&Gabbana
For Autumn/Winter 2019 we all better be ready to make some space in our wardrobes for some capes (wonder woman vibes anyone?). White, black, navy or grey, the colour doesn’t matter really, when it gives such an elegant finish to the whole outfit. Take a look at the Celine or JW Anderson collections and decide yourselves.
Balmain, Celine, Miu Miu, JW Anderson.
Leather for the cold season? Groundbreaking. Well, what can we do when a good pair of leather trousers complete almost any outfit you pick better than anything else. Wide range of shapes and forms (sharply cut as seen in Hermès or high-waisted as in Saint Laurent) will definitely convince you that this trend is a must-have.
Roberto Cavalli, Saint Laurent, Hermès, Alberta Ferreti.
Bucket hat, but make it fashion
The 90s bucket hat were here with us for a couple of seasons, however, for AW 2019 it finally got a spice of luxe. Maria Grazia Chiuri at Dior presented her own version of the bucket hat in leather and netted veils while at Tom Ford and Anna Sui they were fluffy, furry and oversized. This trend is definitely not for everyone, but whoever will choose to invest in it won’t be wrong.
Valentino, Tom Ford, Christian Dior, Anna Sui.
Normally, sequins are associated with a “girls-night-out” kind of looks, however, for Autumn/Winter 2019 designers are proposing to style them for your daily outfits. Dries Van Noten matched a gold sequin top with strict wool trousers. Christopher Kane gave a new twist to mainstream work suit by adding gem stones. As you can see, the bird is in your hands and you are responsible for the way you’ll make it shine.
Christian Dior, Christopher Kane, Chanel, Dries Van Noten
Written by Vytaute Milvydaite
All images were taken from: https://www.vogue.co.uk/shows/autumn-winter-2019-ready-to-wear