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#1. Grenadine 17-1558

Grenadine is one of the most dynamic and self-confident red shades, and we will surely find it everywhere from fashion to beauty (wouldn’t it be gorgeous, as a lipstick?). Described by Pantone as an “attention getter” color, Grenadine was featured a lot in the past New York Fashion Week fall 2019, especially in collections like those of Adam Selman and Monse.

Fall/ Winter 2019 Pantone Colors: Grenadine

#2. Tawny Port 19-1725

While Grenadine is fun, Tawny Port is theRed Family’s most elegant child, as its sophisticated, darker shade of red is just the perfect go-to for any fall party. Jason Wu and Nineties Queen Victoria Beckham loved it particularly, especially when used in fashionable solid-colored outfits.

Fall/ Winter 2019 Pantone Colors: Tawny Port

#3. Ballet Slipper 13-2808

Pink will probably never stop being one of the fashion industry’s favorite colors, as proven by Pantone’s so-called Ballet Slipper, too. Soft and glamorous, this specific shade of pink will make any fall 2019 outfit trendy, elegant and jocose, which is just something everybody looks for when the fall season arrives.

Fashion designers Christian Siriano and Sies Marjan played a lot with this shade in their fall 2019 collections, often toying with different fabrics, too (this fall 2019 color is particularly suited for the upcoming autumnal fabric trends).

Fall/ Winter 2019 Pantone Colors: Ballet Slipper

#4. Butterum 16-1341

Pink aside, nude and light brown colors will very likely never stop being huge fashion trends too, as suggested by Pantone’s Butterum, namely a fall-approved rich brown fashion houses such as Marc Jacobs, Rosie Assoulin and Creatures of Comfort included in their fall 2019 collections.

Fall/ Winter 2019 Pantone Colors: Butterum

#5. Navy Peony 19-4029

The next two fall 2019 color trends according to Pantone are both autumn-approved and neutral, as they make it possible and incredibly easier to have fun with the other colors on this list. Navy Peony, as seen both at New York and London Fashion Weeks, is an elegantly darker shade of navy blue, which is also unapologetically vibrant.

Many fashion designers proposed garments dipped into Navy Peony, but it was with Gabriela Hearst and Phillip Lim that things went sleeker and multi-dimensional!

Fall/ Winter 2019 Pantone Colors: Navy Peony

#6. Neutral Gray 17-4402

While gray is a universally flattering shade, Neutral Gray is Pantone’s trendiest answer to the fall 2019 neutral trend. Meant to be used either as “an accent or a head-to-toe statement shade”, Neutral Gray was fashion designers Thom Browne’s and Alexander Wang’s favorite shade for the fall 2019 season.

Fall/ Winter 2019 Pantone Colors: Neutral Gray

#7. Shaded Spruce 19-4524

Although Greenery it Pantone’s color for 2019, it was its sister Shaded Spruce the one that got featured a lot during New York Fashion Week fall 2019. Forest-like and charming, Shaded Spruce found its best translation to fashion with Brandon Maxwell’s and Oscar de la Renta’s fall 2019 collections, which used it both for solid-colored outfits or single it-items.

Fall/ Winter 2019 Pantone Colors: Shaded Spruce

#8. Golden Lime 16-0543

With yellow and green being two of the spring 2019 trendiest colors, a mixture of them both had to be feature in Pantone’s fall 2019 color trends report. Golden Lime combines an earthy green coloring with a golden yellow, creating the cheerful shade one needs to complete the most neutral-toned fall 2019 outfit of the day with, as seen, for instance, at Tory Burch and J.Crew.

Fall/ Winter 2019 Pantone Colors: Golden Lime

#9. Marina 17-4041

Greatly featured in Raf Simons’ debut with Calvin Klein, Marina is one of the forthcoming fall 2019 season’s most anticipated colors, as it is both cheerful and elegant. Perfect when combined with white, red, gray, and ivory, Marina will bring “freshness and brightness” to any of your fall 2019 outfits.

Fall/ Winter 2019 Pantone Colors: Marina

#10. Autumn Maple 17-1145

Last but not least, here we are with this fall 2019 “quintessential autumn color”, Autumn Maple. Evocative and richly textured, Autumn Maple is the it color of fall 2019, as seen on catwalks such as those of Coach 1941 and Proenza Schouler.

Fall/ Winter 2019 Pantone Colors: Autumn Maple

Photos courtesy of Pantone, Vogue

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Fall 2019 Fashion Trends from New York Fashion Week

New York Fashion Week is officially over, but we are just beginning to fully digest all the incredible newfall 2019 fashion trendsthat have been presented. No, we do not want to think about the fall and winter when we have not yet seen the spring but hey, with looks like these, at least we can be sure that we’ll be rocking 2019 through and through.

Fall 2019 Fashion Trends from New York Fashion Week

We will be releasing a huge fashion trend report towards the end of the fashion weeks soon enough, but we really wanted to focus your attention on the pieces that are going to be the staple of your fall wardrobe in a few months. After all, you will literally be shining bright with your street looks.

As we head away from the chill of New York and into the bosom of Europe, we cannot help but notice that the designers this year seem to be adapting to the current political climate, with fantasy mixing with the total destruction of one’s clothing and sometimes quite overtly displaying the words that needed to be said. Long has fashion been an outlet for the creative mind, as well as the rebellious soul.

It is no wonder we get to see the fall/ winter 2019 fashion trends we do at the moment. There is everything to love about them, though we might not always agree with the message. The top fall 2019 fashion trends from New York Fashion Week include:

#1: Fashion Protests

We see protests on the streets, on social media and pretty much everywhere. We see them large and small, female-dominated or perfectly mixed. We see them peaceful and violent, dragged away to prison or with the police joining in.

Now, we also get to see them as one of the best fall 2019 fashion trends from New York Fashion Week, with shirts, dresses, caps and everything in between bearing slogans of protest. They are calls to action, thoughts that resound with all, and inspiring quotes.

Creatures of Comfort ensures we remember that we are all human beings, Alice + Olivia wants us to be the change we wish to see in the world, Public School wants to make America New York, Cinq a Sept states its love for everyone, and Prabal Gurung focuses on the persistence of woman.

Fall 2019 Fashion Trends from New York Fashion Week: Fashion Slogans

#2: High Waists

The high waists are still in, and most of us are very glad for that. It has that slimming, elongating effect that many of us women, apparently after childbirth, really would like to regain.

The rest of the pant can be long or short, flared or fit, colorful or plain, embellished or not… it does not matter what it looks like as long as the high waists can be enjoyed. Even the colored polka dots of Rachel Antonoff flared pants look great with high waists.

Fall 2019 Fashion Trends from New York Fashion Week: High-Waisted Pants

#3: Puffer Coats

Puffed coats are always a classic and no matter where the fashion trends take us, will always exist in some form within that closet of yours. They come in long and short, embellished or perfectly plain, shiny and matte, decorative and otherwise. They come matching the clothing or really standing on their own.

No matter how they appear on the runways of Coach, Rachel Comey, Chromat, and many others’ New York shows, know that they are a huge fall 2019 fashion trend to follow. Thank goodness.

Fall 2019 Fashion Trends from New York Fashion Week: Puffer Coats

#4: Totally ‘80s

This fall 2019 fashion trend has been going strong forever at this point, and we will always keep loving it. The ruffles, overalls, squared shoulders, shiny materials, voluminous sleeves, and other key markers of the era were all over the runways again.

Altuzarra, Nicole Miller, Ulla Johnson, Self-Portrait, and Vivienne Tam were only a few of the many designers who opted for this manner of style once more.

Fall 2019 Fashion Trends from New York Fashion Week: '80s Fashion

#5: Shined Up

We see some warmer shines as in the Nicholas K ensembles, and some cooler, brighter shine as with that very blue Vivienne Tam dress. We have starry shine like the pantsuits at Rachel Comey as well. There is just a lot of shine overall and it is great to enjoy it for the daytime, as well as the night.

Fall 2019 Fashion Trends from New York Fashion Week: Shining Metallics

#6: Plunging Vs

Worn with sweaters underneath as at Zimmermann or without, as with Rachel Comey, the plunging V-line is seen on everything from pantsuits to dresses. It has been around since 2015 and a much-loved look it seems, being easily adapted to by both celebrities and the general public. We see the plunging necklines all around again and sure they will be appearing in Europe even more so.

Fall 2019 Fashion Trends from New York Fashion Week: Plunging V-Necklines

#7: Simply Suits

Suits are gorgeous. There is nothing one can say otherwise. They might not be for everyone in terms of character, but with the vast number of suits available through the past few collections, there is no way one cannot follow this fall 2019 fashion trend if they really want to.

Simon Miller suits are more on the classy side, while Alexander Wang got playful with them. As for Jason Wu, who would not want a piece of that pie?

Fall 2019 Fashion Trends from New York Fashion Week: Suits

#8: Shearling Effect

Warmth is what the fall and winter fashions should opt for and not always do. A totally classic way to warmth is through the shearling lining, with plenty of options made available on the New York Fashion Week fall 2019 runway through Zimmermann, R13, Adam Lippes, Ji Oh, Coach, and many others. It can appear on long coats or short, on leather or jeans, made for a sporty event or classy for the evening ball.

Fall 2019 Fashion Trends from New York Fashion Week: Shearling Coats

#9: Jump into Jumpsuits

While there are many top fall 2019 fashion trends from New York Fashion Week, it is clear that some trends outshine all others and the presence of the jumpsuit is certainly one. It appears all over and seems to create that perfect silhouette… if you have the right body for it, of course.

However, the utilitarian one-piece can be embellished beautifully and does come in all types of materials and cuts, making it ideal for most everyone to wear out this fall.

Plunging necklines galore, of course, we also see cut-out shoulders and crazy colors at Naeem Khan, partial see-through material looking sumptuous at Jonathan Simkhai, while it looks like a whole bunch of black shiny material was thrown on top of each other at Lacoste. Gorgeous creations mix with the not-so-delicate appearing ones too.

Fall 2019 Fashion Trends from New York Fashion Week: Jumpsuits

#10: Fun Fringe

Whether on Marchesa in a gorgeous evening design or looking fun and flirty on Michael Kors, fringe is still very much in and seems to be dominating the second half of the 2010s. Wear it in leather or feathery sweet, in layers or as accents, across the edge or accessorizing, it matters not.

Fringe is and seems will be staying a top trend. Would be curious if it continued into the 2020s as well. The Jenny Packham looks certainly were inspiring.

Fall 2019 Fashion Trends from New York Fashion Week: Fringe

#11: Very Velvet

Another on the list that has been a staple trend for quite some time, lush fabrics and textures encompass the gorgeous velvet that is used to make up the plunging neck dresses, the shiny creations, the high waist pants and sleepwear as outerwear designs of Jenni Kayne. Jill Stuart, Zero + Maria Cornejo and most of the top designers included at least a touch of velvet in their collections for this fall.

Fall 2019 Fashion Trends from New York Fashion Week: Velvet

#12: Check the Check

However you see it, as tartan or plaid or even a simple check, one of the top fall 2019 fashion trends from New York Fashion Week was indeed the checkered fabric. Used on everything from pantsuits to schoolgirl skirts, oversized dresses to pretty plaid shirts, the trend was literally everywhere, utilized by most designers on the catwalk.

Colors, stripe settings and general layouts might have differed, but the check was there at the end of the day, whether you prefer Mara Hoffman or Rosie Assoulin, Tory Burch or Alexander Wang, you have quite a few options to choose from.

Fall 2019 Fashion Trends from New York Fashion Week: Checkered Patterns

#13: Wine in Color

Burgundy was at its best on the runways for the New York Fashion Week, making the gorgeous wine color the ruler of the stage. We saw it on pantsuits and skirts, dresses and oversized creations, shoes and handbags and everything in between. Rich, deep and regal, the monochromatic looks were doused in gorgeous wine, paired in some places with bright reds or lovely periwinkle.

Fall 2019 Fashion Trends from New York Fashion Week: Burgundy

#14: Gold and Jewel Tones

When it comes to top colors used, the jewel tones were in, alongside the gold. From sapphires at Oscar de la Renta to rubies and amethysts at Naeem Khan, an array of shimmering colors at Delpozo or golden roses blooming at Marchesa, this fall 2019 fashion trend is one we can easily grow to love. After all, diamonds are a girl’s best friend.

However, the gold was certainly what stood out most of all, especially appealing on the eveningwear trotted out, and presenting fresh alternatives at the likes of the Jason Wu, Monse and Cushnie et Ochs shows, among many others.

Fall 2019 Fashion Trends from New York Fashion Week: Jewel Tones

#15: Burnt Orange Coloring

Entirely too perfect for the fall season, the burnt orange look was one we saw quite a bit of, with some leaning more towards a brown while others exuding great warmth in a more reddish hue. It was all about the cozy outerwear here, with fur-lined coats appearing at Christian Siriano, gorgeous pleated dresses at Colovos, and shiny sexiness ensuing at Nicholas K.

Fall 2019 Fashion Trends from New York Fashion Week: Burnt Orange

Photos courtesy of Vogue

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Spring/ Summer 2019 Fashion Trends

New York Fashion Week Fall 2019 Street Style

If we had to describe this past New York Fashion Week fall 2019 with just one world, we should definitely use the adjective “inspiring”. Profoundly groundbreaking in terms of both art and politics, New York Fashion Week’s main patterns were inevitably transposed to street fashion, with both intricately structured outfits, and empowering patterns dominating the streets.

New York Fashion Week Fall 2019 Street Style

As a result, the focal point around which the biggest street style looks revolved were mostly dichotomist, with high and low combos effortlessly prevailing and creating a new kind of street style.

Whether you are already into unconventional street wear looks, or you are just looking for some cool sources of inspiration to wave goodbye to winter with a bang, here you have the best street style looks from New York Fashion Week fall 2019!

At New York Fashion Week, It Was Winter Indeed!

Whether it is September or February, we are always used to seeing fashionistas and it-girls sporting more springtime-approved staples, especially if the Fashion Weeks are those held in Paris and Milan. For this NYFW, however, the various street-style fashions were definitely more winter-approved, with big coats, quilted jackets and anoraks being worn aplenty and becoming the sole protagonists. With their figures often exaggerated, many were the belts cinched at the waists to balance the silhouettes, a trend that will keep on being strong all year long, too.

Winter jackets aside, the streets of New York were also filled with it-girls dressed in nothing but unconventional tracksuits, which are one of the biggest comebacks of the year.

New York Fashion Week Fall 2019 Street Style

New York Velvet Week

Street style is often synonymous with unconventionality, which means that the most wearable trends are often translated to their maximum aesthetics. For these reasons, those who are particularly fond of velvet, decided to celebrate their love for the fabric by juxtaposing layers of velvet all together, taking us on a trip down memory lane and letting us feel the upcoming Nineties-inspired vibes already.

New York Furry Week

Like velvet, fur was one of this exciting New York Fashion Week’s most recurring patterns too, with most of the fur used actually being eco-friendly. All of the furry jackets, coats and accessories helped radiate cozy, warm vibes throughout the week, making the streets of New York welcoming and familiar indeed.

New York Fashion Week Fall 2019 Street Style

Flared Cuts and Rainbow Colors

What came as rather unexpected was, however, the juxtaposition of ultra-jocose motifs, such as multi-colored patterns, as well as more lightweight flared cuts on the sleeves, trousers and denim designs, on the heavyweight coats and blazers. While the multi-colored designs were only a taste of what’s to come in the spring/summer season, the flared lines will ride high the wave of fashion both during springtime and next wintertime, too.

New York Fashion Week Fall 2019 Street Style

These Boots Are Made for Walking

Number one accessories for this New York Fashion Week were the boots, especially refined with chucky, printed heels and cut-outs in the upper sole. Comfy yet fancy, the fashionistas wore them with literally everything, from elegant dresses to even track pants, reinforcing the whole contrasting look that was the core of the entire fashion week’s street style.

New York Fashion Week Fall 2019 Street Style

Total Blacks

Although the majority of the outfits included staples dipped into at least three different shades, some it-girls favored total-black looks over the multi-colored ones, alternating sleek black fabrics with black see-through ones. Mesh inserts were to be found too, with the fishnet stockings already being one of Instagram’s most re-posted fashion items of 2019.

New York Fashion Week Fall 2019 Street Style

Photos courtesy of Livingly

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Rodarte To Skip New York Fashion Week In Order to Show In Paris

Rodarte just took us unawares by announcing its decision to skip the upcoming New York Fashion Week. Although not seeing Rodarte among the many fashion houses that we automatically associate with New York Fashion Week will surely make many scratch their heads in the months to come, Rodarte’s move should be regarded more as a sort of inspiring (r)evolution rather than a mere dropout from the industry’s busy scenes.

Rodarte To Skip New York Fashion Week In Order to Show In Paris

As Rodarte’s creative directors Kate and Laura Mulleavy have also announced, the Los Angeles-based fashion house is instead hosting private presentations at Paris Fashion Week in January and July, thus aligning with the Paris Couture Week’s more intimate schedules (a choice that also Vetements made).

“We’re huge fans of the city and huge fans of what fashion means in Paris,” she said. “On top of that, the schedule does allow for us to have earlier deliveries. We’re a small business, but we’re an independent business,” Laura Mulleavy told the , explaining how the vast majority of Rodarte’s revenue is still generated from both their collaborations (such as those with & Other Stories and Target), and ready-to-wear proposals.

“The selling period is the key issue,” she continued. “At our company, our number-one goal is always to create the beautiful, detail-oriented clothing that people desire from our brand. We want to feed our product into the marketplace on an earlier delivery schedule.”

To further implement their revenue and to better satisfy their customers’ thirst for Rodarte-approved fashions, the Mulleavy sisters also decided to add a third collection, a sort of resort line, to their yearly roster. “I know people love to talk about our t-shirts, but it’s a small portion of what we do. Since the main revenue is the runway collection, it’s important to have that third presence,” Laura Mulleavy continued.

Rodarte’s third line, which according to Laura will be mainly filled with “lifestyle pieces” (which makes us inevitably curious), is also one of the designer duo’s most significant declarations of intent, as it reveals the sisters will never limit themselves when it comes to fashion. “I don’t know if it’s good for people to believe success is only growth and expansion if they don’t have a solid understanding of what they can offer. It’s something to find out first, because you just get lost. We try to do what is true to us.”

Although Rodarte’s future appears to be bright, we must say that of New York Fashion Week doesn’t.






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