The on-going Paris Fashion Week 2020 is giving us major trend goals for 2020. Take a look at the hottest hair, makeup and more trends
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Hair and Beauty
The make-up trends from Paris Fashion Week 2020 (Fall/Winter season) that stand out on the runway includes
- Wet hair look, messy buns and deep side parts, inspired by Dries Van Noten x Christian Lacroix collections.
- Floral hair-do’s and make-up accessories, that adds to an already over-the-top look.
- Chanel’s haute couture that includes short-cut hair with a look that’s overall feminine yet an empowering and independent appearance.
- Prints, patterns, and layering that more often than not, amplify the beauty of the avatar, if done the right way.
Protective Face Coverings
Protective face masks that have suddenly raised in the fashion trend books, particularly because of the rapid spread of the Coronavirus within and outside the boundaries of China, is one that is entirely unexplored and brought into the limelight by Chanel.
Tools to Implement Tech and Sustainability
While interesting designs and attires continue to lead the runways every season, this Spring/Summer 2020 several designers came up with innovations that are not only layered and elaborate but also technologically innovative and sustainable.
Although the fashion industry is one of the most lucrative, it is also one of the most polluting in the world. A pioneer of sustainable fashion, Stella McCartney had announced that she was joining LVMH to boost its sustainable development strategy. With more than 75% of its pieces being eco-friendly, its Spring/Summer 2020 collection was most green yet.
Vivienne Westwood, who recently passed its creative torch onto Westwood’s husband, Andreas Kronthaler, did not forget its crusade to help the planet. Half of the collection was made using unsold fabrics. As for Marine Serre, she also designed a collection with minimal environmental impact.
More than 50% of it was up-cycled, thanks to a dedicated team working full-time on sourcing materials. Driftwood and parts of cans were used to make jewellery, vintage scarves were up-cycled to fashion a djellaba and a sweater was created from dead stock towels.
In 2019, adventurous spirit is to be celebrated, with new visions of Jennifer Lopez’s 2000 Grammy Awards jungle print dress at Versace, palm tree prints on sexy transparent fabrics at Dolce & Gabbana and art deco motifs transposed onto a tropical colour palette at Louis Vuitton.
Jennifer Lopez not only created a huge buzz with what she beautifully adorned but also created new forefront for these brands to explore and bring more wearable attires to the market, thereby setting a trend that’s not only bold but also a lot impressive and soothing to the eye.
Which other celebs’ attire(s) do you find as bold and/or beautiful as that of Jennifer Lopez from 2019 till now at award functions or other public appearances? Share your views in the comments section below.