Your Complete Guide To The Biggest Fall Trends


Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, and more of the fashion industry’s heavy hitters are finally convincing us that horse girls matter. Apparently, so do snoods. Read on to see the most influential trends from the fall 2020 runways.

The tasseled trim was given an elevated touch on the runway this season. Instead of being made for the boho crowd, we’re seeing chic office skirts at Christian Dior, evening coats at Bottega Veneta, and more designers cutting their clothes with long carwash fringe.

You snood, you don’t lose this season. The head covering was everywhere for fall. Paco Rabanne sent chainmail snoods worthy of medieval times, while Michael Kors went more practical with knitted hoods you’ll be thankful for come winter. Some designers were a tad more impractical: Loewe and Gucci’s opted for feathered styles and Richard Quinn went hardcore with a studded mask.

Horse Girls
When it comes to equine-inspired fashion, we’re seeing less western, more Westchester. Designers like Tory Burch and Brandon Maxwell traded in cowboy stirrups for sleek riding boots and styled them with ladylike suits. And since horse girls are nothing if not dedicated, we even saw actual equestrian caps topping off looks at Self Portrait and Chanel.

Instead of desperately buying yet another pair of basic black gloves from CVS, it’s finally time to invest in a style you’ll keep for ages. Practice what Saint Laurent, Valentino, and Miu Miu preached on the runway with bright statement accessories—a welcome continuation of spring 2020’s colorful leather trend.

Nouveau Grunge
For several seasons now the ‘90s has been the decade to dip into. But instead of mom jeans, designers have gone all in on the grunge movement as set by Marc Jacobs in his iconic 1992 collection for Perry Ellis. Usual suspects like R13 styled Courtney Love slip dresses with Doc-inspired boots. But unexpected designers also tapped into the Angela Chase mindset: At Monse, safety pins secured tartan plaid skirts and dangled from fishnet tights; Louis Vuitton sent thrift-store-inspired petticoats down the runway; Valentino outfitted models in thick-soled lug boots and Burberry’s plaids mingled among varsity stripes.

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