They say trends come around in circles. Sometimes, it’s the subtle details like color blocking and interesting patterns that return. Other times, it’s the reinvention of the whole thing that happens, giving the old a twist and creating a new design inspired by the past.
As the fashion week season comes to an end and brands are starting to drop their new collections, there are a few fashion trends that are seemingly making a huge come back. And while we understand that most pieces from the runway will not make it to our wardrobes, we also know that these will definitely inspire other labels to somehow incorporate the existing trends into their collections. Here are a few looks that caught our attention.
It has been predicted that tie-dyes would be making a comeback, and the spring fashion show just proved that. Brands like Dsquared2, Stella McCartney, and Prada have included this funky style in their collections, playing with the different patterns and gradients to create unique looks. This tie-dye craze has influenced other brands, including Stussy, which incorporated this style into their psychedelic and fun new spring collection.
Denim has always been a huge part of fashion, and this classic piece never really faded from the scene. However, during the London Fashion Week, brands brought out denim suits, and these trendy ’90s looks dominated the show. MSGM and Jacquemus are among the many brands that showcased their very own versions of denim suits. This trend has definitely brought out some styles in hiding, with Levi’s relaunching their Engineered Jeans, featuring some real nostalgic ’90s silhouettes.
Chunky shoes may have been a trend in 2018, but relaunching and reliving nostalgic sneakers from the past will always be trendy. Adidas is dropping their revival of their Consortium line, their original running shoes launched in 1997. It still features some bold colors a la the ’90s, but Adidas has also upgraded its technology, incorporating an Adiprene insert and Torsion bar-mesh underlays.
Jordan Brand is also relaunching Michael Jordan’s Air Jordan 6 Infrared, which features the same style as its original release in 1991. It was dropped as part of the brand’s NBA All-Star 2019 Collection.
We sure love vintage pieces, but at this rate, it looks like a lot of throwback designs are making their way to the shelves. Time to take another look at those pieces that you had from years ago — they might be trendy again.
Brands like Kent & Curwen and E. Tautz showcased oversized coats in their collections this fashion week season. These pieces are not only trendy but are also comfy as heck — considering the harsh and extremely cold days that many have had to endure in the past few weeks. Plenty of labels are embracing these oversized loose silhouettes, and we think that they will be something that upcoming releases will definitely incorporate soon.