5 Enchanting 2020 Summer Trends


The '90s have been a source of inspiration for several seasons, however, in lieu of of bold prints or tiny sunglasses, for 2020, designers are inspired by the clean lines, relaxed tailoring and simple loop. Think Gwyneth Paltrow in Calvin Klein. "Everything was incredibly stripped back—silks, slip adorn, halter-neck tops, nude knitwear… There was a actual return to minimalist dressing, even in the colour table where monochromatic tones were the most dominating," explains Elizabeth von Far. Goltz. As for other key pieces, MyTheresa's Tiffany Hsu explains, "We loved the elegant box blazers from newcomer Low Classic as well as The Row's impeccable construction. The simple leather accessories we saw at Loewe—modern staples with simple lines—made the biggest statement."

The boundaries between seasons are also becoming much less defined—the spring summer 2020 collections make a case for building a capsule that you can wear twelve months a year. In fact, you were as likely to see coats and partywear as you were swimwear on the runways for these collections, which is reflective of the how we no longer buy something to wear for one Time only. Below you'll find trench coats, leather disunite and knitwear styled alongside sandals, rattan handbags and Bermuda shorts.

Even the "'80s lady" you'll get to ken ahead is up to your own interpretation. You can gently pick up some abrupt polka-dot prints, or you can go all out and give a voluminous '80s prom dress a go, with its bubble hem and crowd of structure at the waist. Alternatively, tap into your athleisure-chic side with drawstring dope, and find out what shining colours are traveling to make a spatter in your costume. Scroll through for a complete collaps, or tally ahead to the tend you want to explore right off the bat.

11Puff Sleeves& Other StoriesEver since the milkmaid trend made its debut last jump, sleeves have blown up — literally. We've seen balloon sleeves on sweaters, dresses and square-neck tops, and they are sure to be bigger and better than ever this summer.(Pictured: Linen blend breath cloud sleeve top at & Other Stories)

If lockdown is over once the peak of summer arrives, then believe it or not we'll all be dress a whole quantity more risqué. While last year saw the (very transitory) resurgence of the exposed thong, SS20 is all about particularization around the brazziere. From exposed bandeaus to sequin accentuation we'll see you and your undies next season. Spotted at: Christopher Kane, Mark Fast, JW Anderson