After one month, three cities and hundreds of shows, the trends for autumn are in. Here is a breakdown of what happened – and what it means for your autumn wardrobe
The autumn/winter 2019 menswear shows were full of comebacks and firsts. Milan hosted blockbuster shows from Prada, Versace and even Dolce & Gabbana, treading carefully after last year’s China racism row. Paris was packed and cold, but saw universally successful debuts from Hedi Slimane at Celine, Jonathan Anderson at Loewe and Clare Waight Keller at Givenchy. Craig Green returned to the London schedule alongside Charles Jeffrey Loverboy, who had a plaid party in a warehouse, and A-Cold-Wall*, which put a doberman on the catwalk. Scarves were long, bags were big and for the first time in four seasons, tailoring triumphed over tracksuits. Here are the other trends we can expect to see next autumn.
John Lawrence Sullivan show during London fashion week at Kachette.
Take a walk on the wild side: Marni, Sacai, Neil Barrett and Céline.
Dries van Noten in Paris
Men in black: Stella McCartney and Prada.
Dunhill in Paris
Black is back: Fendi and Valentino.
Craig Green during London fashion week men.
In the pink: Marni and Loewe
Pink overcoat at Raf Simons show in Paris.
Everything’s rosy: Ami Paris and Acne Studios.
Berluti at Palais Garnier, Paris
Hell for leather: Isabel Marant, Charles Jeffrey Loverboy, Givenchy and Jil Sander.
Iceberg show in London.
Pump up the volume: Fendi, Cottweiler.
Puff daddies: Rick Owens, and below: Marni, Off-White.
Dior in Paris.
Xander Zhou and Juun.J.
Pink drawstring at Loewe, and rucksack at Louis Vuitton.
An oversized take on the Birkin shape at Hermès.
Acne Studios, Paris
Harry Potter scarves at: Dunhill, Valentino, Liam Hodges and Sunnei.
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