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5 fashion trends directly from the FW19 womenswear shows

What we're going to wear next season

 5 fashion trends directly from the FW19 womenswear shows What we're going to wear next season

This month of fashion week has established what will be the trend of the nextFW19, the elegance and tailoring will return, we will play with our eccentric and dark side, show off flimsy clothes, we will look at the past and will enhance the shoulders. The list is long and adaptable to different needs and styles, but we have chosen 5 micro trends that have crept into the collections and on which we are ready to bet: hats, microbags, montgomery, pink dress and socks. Because we understand that the details are the only ones to make perfect a look.


Mini bag

The baby carrier is evolving. After being completely cleared by luxury brands such as Louis Vuitton, it is ready for the next step: a sort of cross between mini bag (Jaquemus docet) and wallets to be hooked to the body like Sacai and Hermès, to be used as a necklace by Givenchy or on boots as at Prada.


Stockings & socks

Brand like Maison Margiela, Fendi, Versace or Prada have noticed the potential of these accessories too often relegated to kitsch or "granny style". The possible variations are many: knee-high style, wool socks, sexy hold-ups, fluorescent socks to wear with stilettos or lace-ups, with flowers, stripes, and nude.



The accessory that until 50 years ago was essential in every woman's wardrobe is back. Each designer reinterprets it in its own way: Loewe plays with its eccentric side and proposes a revival of the tricorn, Erdem and Kochè want it full of feathers, Tom Ford pays homage to the style of Jamiroquai, Dior applies a veil on the classic bucket hat, Louis Vuitton on the catwalk a sort of bathing cap and Chanel opts for a tweed Borsalino.


Pink dress

It is Villanelle's fault. Since the killer star of Killing Eve (one of the best tv series of 2018) wore a fluffy pink dress by Molly Goddard in an episode, that Big Bubble color has become everyone's dream. Just take a look at the red carpet of the latest Oscars or the fashion shows just ended. Goddard remains the queen of the genre, but Simone Rocha and Mary Katrantzou are ready to beat her.



You look at it and you immediately remember the school and the '80s. Miuccia Prada is ready to give to it again style and iconicity with her version signed Miu Miu.