What is the 2019 fashion trend? Discover the most beautiful outfits for the hot days to come, through our exclusive selection of some of the greatest contemporary fashion designers and their 2019 fashion collections.
Six very different designers, but all have one thing in common: their passion for fashion. Through our selection, you will discover looks of all styles. One thing is certain, geometric patterns, checks, wide shapes and soft fabrics are still in fashion in 2019. The color palette is rich, but we mainly discover classic black and white, as well as nuances. pastel. Some of the designers have decided to add pieces of bright and intense colors, others rely on soft and neutral colors. This spring, we wear loose, casual clothes and long dresses. !
Spring 2019 women’s fashion: 6 exclusive and inspiring collections
But who dictates the trends? It’s them, it’s us, it’s you, it’s everyone. It is not enough to follow the fashion trends to be stylish. Style is created. It reflects our personality, but also our mood. In short, style is something really special that deserves to be explored, but it will never be deciphered. Find out what it is like from some of the most inspiring contemporary fashion designers, listed in alphabetical order:
- Andrew Gn
- Derek lam
- Prabal Gurung
All her collections were exclusively presented at Resort Vogue in New York in June 2018.
Fashion designer Andrew Gn says his affluent clientele has become so diverse that he’s increasingly inclined to create collections with many different themes instead of a single narrative. And by doing trunk shows more frequently, he can now directly observe the differences from one part of the world to another. “From the Middle East to Asia via the Americas, I have to think of all the markets,” he said from his showroom in Le Marais. “So it’s not one direction today; it really is a wide range of directions. ” “
“From the Middle East to Asia to the Americas, I have to think of all the markets” Andrew Gn
The quality of the production of his collection is impressive. As showcased in the attached photos, the collection begins with punchy black and white looks inspired by Diego Velázquez’s period portraits, which give way to a range of sugary frosted brocade, followed by a bunch of denim and of a decorated jacket, before landing in a blitz of saturated color. Even within the latter subset, there are distinct ramifications, ranging from the print of floating daffodils and daffodils to the geometric pattern which Gn says refers to the textile of the Vienna Secession..
Among all the different pieces, one feels the sensitivity to delicate and sophisticated details which is very typical for his work. It is impossible not to see the old-fashioned Calais lace which gives shape to the poplin shirt dresses and the pleated outer buckles held together by a rolled black border. As always, his designs are intended for special functions – lunches, galas, red carpets, etc. – and when people bicker at such close proximity, those flourishes will not go unnoticed. This season in particular, however, Gn’s feminine leitmotif could benefit from a bit more everyday attire. High-top lace-up shoes are the obvious sign of a certain idealized, slightly fetishized reality. Still, he approaches this exclusive niche with aplomb, saying, “There’s always a princess out there.”
Fashion 2019: Audra
Designer Audra Danielle Noyes presents her Resort collection for the first time. His label, which is now five years old, will also receive his first show dedicated to the Moda Operandi show. To celebrate these milestones, Noyes decided to revisit their style, while playing with some new fabrics, such as denim mixed with soft and durable Tencel. Noyes pinned a quote from Janet Fitch’s novel White Oleander on her studio wall: “She would be half a planet away, floating in a turquoise sea, dancing in the moonlight on a flamenco guitar. “This quote is a beautiful description of the spirit of his collection.
The fashion pieces in her collection are easy and suitable for vacation, day to night. Shirts are present in different forms. Some models only feature a single sleeve-shaped fragment at the navel, while others have both wide sleeves. It’s impossible not to mention the shirt dresses suitable for a conservative yet cute daytime outfit, including one in a pretty floral cut in gold and white thread with tiny ottoman sleeves..
Noyes speaks intelligently to an often-forgotten demographic of designers who live in metropolitan bubbles. Her clients are older, in their mid-thirties to sixties and seventies, and live both on the coasts and in the Midwest. Many are working women looking for office clothes. One can imagine that Noyes would do quite well in the Bay Area, for example, and the spread of his brand on Moda Operandi will undoubtedly put this theory to the test..
“She would be half a planet away, floating in a turquoise sea, dancing in the moonlight on a flamenco guitar. “
Harmony and casual elegance in blue, pastel yellow and white
Stripes are always in fashion and present in a lot of fashion collections 2019.
Shirt inspired by the shape and cut of the kimono
Stylish and relaxed, this is fashion for 2019.
Co Collection 2019 spring-summer
Co-designers Stephanie Danan and Justin Kern tend to make clothes with a romantic flair – think frills and soft floral jacquards. However, they’ve shed that fantasy over the past couple of seasons, and their latest collection sees them evolve into a minimalist zone. “This is our version of a lifestyle collection,” Danan said, picking up a crisp cotton shirt. “I wanted clean lines so badly. It almost sounds like a reaction against all the maximalism that reigns today. “It’s a sentiment that will touch other fashion enthusiasts, including this writer. Froufrou styles can offer a bit of airiness in times of turmoil, but they have little influence.
Explore Co’s new collection and you’ll notice there’s an elegant austerity to the decor too: the lookbook was shot on the brand’s new showroom in Los Angeles, the Fitzpatrick-Leland House designed by architect Rudolph Schindler in the 1930s what is locally considered a modernist masterpiece. In fact, the couple made the final restorations to the space earlier this year, just like they were designing Resort. It is clear from chunky jersey maxi dresses and chic denim dresses that function is now focused on function. That doesn’t mean they’ve completely erased the dreamy aspects of style from their collection..
Although the frills have been reduced, there remains an attractive femininity in the designs: peasant shirts with puffed sleeves are very much present. Their participation in the Resort is the start of great new adventures. Sales become direct and new accessories are added to their collections.
“This is our version of a lifestyle collection” Stephanie Danan of Co
“When I find a color darker than black, I’ll wear it. But until then, I’m wearing black! ” Coco Chanel
Denim is always timeless.
Derek Lam chose not to attend a runway show in 2018, but he designed a collection worthy of attention. Explaining his approach on a showroom date, he said spring was a time when his customers were looking for individual items – “an upgrade to their wardrobe,” he called – clothes. for special occasions. There were no surprises here – Lam’s American sportswear codes are well established – but there was something new.
This novelty came above all from the color used by Lam: the bright pink of a pantsuit in supple viscose crepe, the bright magenta of a cotton evening dress and a slightly structured trench, the pastel yellow and the cobalt by Scuba Knits. Although he had neutrals, too. The loose pantsuit will be much appreciated for the linen, the same, the belted shacket and the matching wide leg pants, in soft washed denim. Although this lookbook doesn’t make them much love, Lam is expanding its eco-friendly fabric offering by using organic silk and cashmere, as well as viscose yarns sourced from certified renewable forests..
When it comes to clothing for special occasions, Lam kept the palette in black and white to better showcase her sultry silhouettes. The black dress was draped and wrapped like an Asian sarong and the white was cut thin at mid-calf but wide across the bodice.
Black and white + plaid or the gorgeous modern retro chic look
Stripes and checks: geometry is still in fashion 2019.
Niall Sloan, Escada’s new global design director, has been revamping the Munich-based label since joining the team in June 2017. Previously, he was Director of Global Design at Hunter. Prior to that, he had worked at Burberry for 10 years, where he worked alongside Christopher Bailey. Sloan’s luxury background and talent for precise cutting was evident in this collection, especially when it comes to power combining, a category Escada rose to fame for in the late ’80s and’ 90s. Here, Sloan crafted a verdant leather suit, with green, white and black stripes, designed to give the impression of looking through a palisade. Stripes reappeared on day wear, including a gold lurex ribbed top and slightly flared pants.
The Escada logo, which could be a focal point for the label, especially for younger customers looking to infuse a bit of seniority into their wardrobes, has received a makeover. It looked a bit picky when it was rendered in sequins on the green and gray knits, although it was cleverly done on a structured navy blue coat with Escada embossed on the bottom. This little detail brought a pretty joker touch to an otherwise classic room.
On a recent trip home to Kathmandu, Nepal, where his charity, the Shikshya Foundation is based, Prabal Gurung once again familiarized himself with the Thamel neighborhood, which he called a “ghost street.” ” in her youth. These days her niece and nephew are old enough to spend their time there; apparently he keeps his hippie allure. “It’s a place where cultures have always melted,” said Gurung. Paradise found. Thamel and the New Progressive Adolescence were the two starting points for his new Resort collection, the first because of his free-thinking spirit, and the second because he believes teens are leading the cultural conversation in 2018..
Given its credentials, tie dyes were the stars of the new line. Not just cashmere t-shirts and sweaters in the treatment, but ruffled or trendy evening dresses, which were as charming as they were unexpected. Focusing on the hippie theme, Gurung achieved an enlarged paisley print over a silk blouse and skirt, in vibrant orange and pink swirls. Further removed from her typical repertoire was a humble white cotton summer dress hemmed with a luminous ring of paisley. The easy attitude of this white cotton dress is one vibe he should continue to explore next season. Another remarkable textile is the pretty black floral lace embroidered in iridescent tones of purple and lavender..
Dresses and skirts are long in 2019 fashion.
Fashion 2019: checks, squares, stripes and more
2019 fashion is black and white.
Fashion is what goes out of fashion.