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7 Fashion Trends from the Runway That Will Be Big in 2019

With the new year comes new looks to incorporate into your wardrobe. From feathers to tuxedos, here’s our run-down of the stand-out fashion trends for 2019.

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2018 inundated us with some fashion trends that we are happy to leave in the past, including the ugly ‘dad’ sneakers and micro-sunglasses. Luckily, a new year brings in an opportunity to update your wardrobe with emerging trends first seen on the runway.

We are predicting 2019 will have a deeper focus on various textures and patterns, giving more room for individual creativity and the ability to adapt trends to personal style. Here are our top fashion trend predictions for 2019:

Bamboo Bags

 

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According to a Pinterest study, the search words “Bamboo Bag”, was up 2,215% proving that the trend is not slowing down any time soon. Although a statement piece, the accessory is not necessarily practical due to its design and fragile materials. If the delicate nature of the bag is too much for your day-to-day, try and incorporate the trend in other aspects of your wardrobe; chunky geometric jewelry, woven belts from natural materials and wooden block heels, all carry the essence of the bamboo bag.

This accessory was most likely plastered all over your Instagram feed in late 2018. With every fashion blogger clutching a sphere bamboo bag outside of fashion week venues, it’s only fitting that we are going to see more people investing in the revamped accessory throughout 2019.

Bike Shorts

Gone are the days when bike shorts were found in sporting stores and were meant for actual exercising. Instead, they are paired with chic tailored blazers or oversized shirts and have become a staple for every streetwear-inspired wardrobe. Making an appearance on the recent Spring/Summer 2019 runway circuit, iconic fashion houses like Nassir Zadeh and Fendi adopted the fashion trend in their collection.

Made popular by fashion It Girls including the Hadid’s, Kendall Jenner and Hailey Bieber, the trend is following us through to 2019. Keep in mind the length of the bike short when purchasing your own. The short should always sit a couple of inches above the knee, too long and it could make you look unproportionate and too short may look closer to a lycra bikini bottom.

Feathers

 

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From elaborate feather embellishment to feather earrings, faux-feathers are the new faux-fur. Dries Van Noten offered up a more low-key use of the texture while Marc Jacobs offered over-the-top feather dresses.

Rouching

 

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Rouching describes the technique of gathering fabric and texture to form detail in a garment. The technique made an impact in the industry during the early ’80s but has made a surprise return for 2019. With the ever-growing athleisure movement, designers have embraced parachute-style rouging which enables the wearer to tug on the pulls and alter the look to serve your creative taste and body shape.

Rouching detail was seen at some of the largest fashion houses Spring/Summer 2019 shows including Altuzarra, Pyper Moss and Burberry. Rouching adds texture and a unique silhouette to any ensemble and can be used to create a statement without incorporating patterns or vibrant color.

Snake Print

This is an alternative to the classic leopard print that has been dominating high-street for years. The snake print made an impression at the recent Autumn/Winter 2018 runway circuit with many brands including Marni, Zimmerman and Rochas have incorporated snake in a variety of ways.

From snakeskin boots, cami dresses and statement bags, the faux print can be used in any form. Try elevate this bold print by buying in neon colors and be sure to make a lasting impression.

Tie-Dye

 

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Are you ready for a summer spent in tie-dye sweaters, tees, and skirts. Sometimes worn all at once? Sometimes worn with acid wash jeans? Michael Kors made a strong argument for tie-dye last year, now the popular print has reappeared and makes a striking statement that translates from Manhattan to Malibu.

Tuxedos

 

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Creative director Heidi Slimane debuted his first collection with Celine at the recent Spring/Summer 2019 runway show. Few designers have been able to accomplish such intricate and figure enhancing tailoring for woman as the Celine designer. The collection has sparked an increase in female suiting which includes the traditional tuxedo. Opting for a tuxedo for an evening look is both a comfortable yet classic option when done correctly:

  • Leave the first few buttons on your shirt undone to avoid looking square at the chest
  • Try to keep the tuxedo jacket buttoned to cinch in the waist
  • Wear a pant that sits above the hip to enhance your leg length
  • A shorter jacket is best on a small frame to avoid looking smothered

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All the Ways COVID-19 Is Impacting the Global Fashion Industry

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COVID-19 had spread across the world and, as of April 4, there are now reportedly 1,089,479 cases and 58,467 deaths around the world. For the global fashion industry, the virus impacted womenswear AW 2020 shows in New York, London, Milan and Paris, disrupting schedules and sending fashionistas fleeing. As a result of the worldwide attempt to slow the virus, designers are cancelling and rethinking their shows, which may lead to questions about the traditional fashion week format itself in the longterm. “In a time of crisis, we have to think about a radical reset,” Vogue editor Anna Wintour told The Times.

It’s not just runway shows either that have been impacted. Around the world, major events, including the Met Gala and the CFDA Awards, have also been postponed indefinitely. Tech conferences such as SXSW and music festivals, including the Ultra Music Festival and Coachella, Cannes Film Festival and the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, have also been postponed. Here are all the fashion-related events and manufacturing facilities that have so far been affected.

Beijing Fashion Week

Beijing’s China Fashion Week was scheduled to run from March 25 to March 31.

Cannes Film Festival

The Cannes Film Festival was scheduled for May 12 to 23.  Organizers released a statement on Twitter on March 19, stating the festival may be postponed to the end of June and beginning of July this year.

“As soon as the development of the French and international health situation will allow us to assess the real possibility, we will make our decision known, in accordance with our ongoing consultation with the French government and Cannes’ City Hall as well as with the festival’s board members, film industry professionals and all the partners of the event”.

The Council of Fashion Designers of America Awards

The Council of Fashion Designers of America announced on March 18 it is cancelling its upcoming CFDA Awards, scheduled to be held at the New York Public Library on June 8.

Chanel

The French design house announced on March 18 that it would be halting production in its facilities in Italy, France and Switzerland for the next two weeks, however, workers will still be paid.

Coachella

California babes will be weeping into their flower crowns over the news that Coachella has postponed its annual, two-weekend music festival that had been scheduled from the weekends of April 10 and 17 to the weekends of Oct. 9 and 16.

Copenhagen Fashion Summit

The annual sustainability event released a statement confirming now postponed until October. “While this was certainly a difficult decision, we believe it is the only responsible and sensible thing to do, taking the global health uncertainties and authority recommendations into consideration. The health and safety of everyone on our team, including the numerous participants who come from across the globe to Copenhagen each May to convene and advance sustainability in fashion is our first priority”.

Gucci

Gucci announced on March 12 that it will close its six manufacturing sites in Italy’s Tuscany and Marche regions through March 20 as the country continues to be devastated by COVID-19.

iD International Emerging Designer Awards

Uncertainty around international travel coupled with applicants from 17 countries prompted organisers of the iD International Emerging Designer Awards 2020 to move the show online.

Melbourne Fashion Festival

The Virgin Melbourne Fashion Festival, which began on March 4, cancelled the remainder of its programming on March 13.

“In the interest of the health and safety of our partners, participants, team, volunteers and patrons, the festival has made the decision to cancel all remaining events, effective immediately as a precautionary containment measure,” said event publicist, AMPR, in a statement.

Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia (MBFWA)

Australia Fashion Week’s 25th-anniversary edition has been cancelled. The event was scheduled from May 11 to 15 at Sydney’s Carriageworks venue.

Met Gala

Anna Wintour confirmed on March 16 that the Met Gala has been postponed from it’s scheduled May 4 date and no future date was offered.

“One day that will not arrive on schedule will be the opening of the Costume Institute’s exhibition, ‘About Time.’ Due to the unavoidable and responsible decision by the Metropolitan Museum to close its doors, ‘About Time,’ and the opening night gala, will be postponed to a later date,” she wrote in a piece penned for Vogue.com. “In the meantime, we will give you a preview of this extraordinary exhibition in our forthcoming May issue.”

Milan Fashion Week AW 2020

Giorgio Armani barred his AW 2020 runway show, opting instead to post a video of the show on the brand’s website and social media platforms.

Milan Men’s Fashion Week Spring 2021

Italy’s Camera Nazionale della Moda announced on March 27 that its Spring 2021 Milan Men’s Fashion Week will be postponed from June 19 to 23 and will now be presented during Milan Fashion Week from September 22 to 28.

New York Fashion Week Resort 2021 and Men’s Fashion Week

NYFW Resort 2021 is cancelled and that Men’s Fashion Week in June will be postponed.

New Zealand Fashion Week

NZFW announced the indefinite postponement of the 2020 event as a result of COVID-19.

“We want to make the right decision that supports the wonderful creative industry, designers and partners who are very close to us.  Individually, many of them are hurting already — and I wish each one of them the best during this trying time,” said founder Dame Pietra Stewart.

Paris Men’s Fashion Week and Couture Week

The Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode, French fashion’s governing body, is cancelling Paris Men’s Fashion Week from June 23 to 28 and Couture Week that was scheduled for July 5 to 9.

Paris Fashion Week AW 2020

Agnès B., A.P.C. and Rosie Assoulin all cancelled their shows. Chinese fashion brands Masha Ma, Shiatzy Chen, Uma Wang, Jarel Zhang, Calvin Luo and Maison Mai also cancelled their shows.

Resort 2021 Shows

A majority of design houses have cancelled their international resort 2021 runway shows, including Giorgio Armani, Chanel, Dior, Gucci, Hermès, Max Mara, Prada and Versace.

Sao Paolo Fashion Week

Sao Paolo Fashion Week has cancelled its spring 2020 edition, scheduled to run from April 24 to 28.

Shanghai Fashion Week

Shanghai Fashion Week was postponed from its scheduled March 26 date. However, organizers decided to partner with Tmall to move the event online, creating a virtual fashion week instead. More than 150 designers and brands live-streamed over 1,000 products from their newest collections and the garments were made available to more than 800 million monthly active users who visit Alibaba’s e-commerce sites. The event’s “See Now, Buy Now” format allowed viewers to purchase catwalk items and pre-order new looks from the fall collection in realtime via their smartphones.

Stagecoach

The event’s organizers postponed the Stagecoach country music festival, originally scheduled for April 24 to 26 — for October 23 to 25.

Sustainable Future for Fashion Conference

The British Department for International Trade postponed the Sustainable Future for Fashion event, initially scheduled for February 28 in Paris.

Tokyo Fashion Week

It was revealed on March 2 that Tokyo Fashion Week, scheduled to run from March 16 to March 21, has been cancelled.

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Vans to Reissue Limited Edition “Fast Times” Iconic Checkerboard Slip-On

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Vans’ Classic Slip-On debuted in 1977, with the Checkerboard Slip-On being introduced in the early eighties after the Van Doren’s noticed kids drawing checks all over their shoes. Shortly thereafter, the Checkerboard Slip-On became a global icon for the spirit of the Vans brand thanks to its inclusion in the cult classic film, Fast Times at Ridgemont High. For the first time since the film’s premiere, Vans will reissue a limited-edition Fast Times Slip-On through its Anaheim Factory Collection, celebrating the shoe’s transcendence to popular culture and its all-time classic styling.

The Checkerboard Slip-On’s film appearance cemented Vans’ place as a staple of Southern California style. In celebration of the film’s release, Steve Van Doren, son of Vans’ founder, made a limited run of Fast Times Checkerboard Slip-On’s to giveaway at the Hollywood premiere. The limited nature of the Fast Times design has become one of the most covetable archived styles of the Vans Checkerboard Slip-On. Vans brings back the silhouette in its original design and construction method within the Anaheim Factory Collection.

The Vans Anaheim Factory Slip-On 98 DX uses 10 oz. heavyweight Checkerboard canvas uppers and a higher foxing stripe. Like each shoe in the initial promotional run released in 1982, the new Fast Times Checkerboard Slip-On is characterized by a wraparound Fast Times print along the foxing of the vulcanized waffle sole. The shoe has been modernized for today with a Vans UltraCush™ footbed for ultimate comfort.

You’ll have to act fast; the Vans Anaheim Factory Slip-Ons will be available for a limited time online and in select Vans dealers this March.

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What the Big Winners Wore to the 2020 Academy Awards

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After a notably predictable awards season, the 2020 Academy Awards delivered some unexpected twists and turns, with international talent taking home some big wins at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, California.

The two stars most hotly tipped to win the best actor categories this year, Renée Zellweger for “Judy” and Joaquin Phoenix for “Joker,” did indeed take home their coveted prizes.

South Korea’s Bong Joon-ho’s comedy-drama “Parasite,” is the first foreign language to take the top prize and also the first South Korean film. It also took best director, best original screenplay and best international film. Previously, only 11 non-English language films have ever been nominated in the category.

New Zealand’s Taika Waititi has made history as the first Maori person to win an Oscar, taking home the gold statue for best adapted screenplay for his World War II “anti-hate” satire “Jojo Rabbit” — which he wrote, directed and starred in.

Joaquin Phoenix continued his stand against fast fashion by re-wearing the Stella McCartney suit he’s been wearing all season long.

“This man is a winner… wearing custom Stella because he chooses to make choices for the future of the planet. He has also chosen to wear this same Tux for the entire award season to reduce waste. I am proud to join forces with you,” tweeted Stella McCartney in praise of the actor’s stand.

Read on to see what the big six winners wore to the 2020 Academy Awards, as well as for the full list of winners.

Best Actor

Joaquin Phoenix in Stella McCartney, “Joker”

Best Actress

Renée Zellweger in Armani Privé, “Judy”

Best Supporting Actor

Brad Pitt in David Yurman jewelry, “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”

Best Supporting Actress

Laura Dern in Armani, “Marriage Story”

Best Director

Bong Joon-ho, “Parasite”

Best Adapted Screenplay

Taika Waititi, in Dior Men and David Yurman jewelry, “Jojo Rabbit”

Best Animated Feature

Toy Story 4

Best Animated Short

Hair Love

Best Original Screenplay

Parasite

Best Adapted Screenplay

Jojo Rabbit

Best Live-Action Short

The Neighbours’ Window

Best Animated Short

Hair Love

Best Production Design

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Best Costume Design

Little Women

Best Documentary

American Factory

Best Documentary Short

Learning to Skateboard in a Warzone (If You’re a Girl)

Best Original Score

Joker

Best Original Song

I’m Gonna Love Me Again

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