The Top 5 Runway Trends for Spring 2020

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Although we’ve only just started to dig out our fall fashion for the start of the season, we’re already thinking about spring style. And now that Fashion Month has wrapped, we’re studying what’s new and next for 2020. Below is our forecast to help give you a head start on your spring/summer shopping list. From retro ’70s revisited at Celine to the 17th century opulence at Thom Browne and Brock Collection, the spring/summer runway gave us a little bit of everything. With no shortage of trends to try, here are our top 5 to get you started.

Micro Shorts

Move over miniskirts, there’s a new shorty in town. We’re not just talking daisy dukes, either, as micro mini shorts were shown in knits, leather and sequins this season.

That ’70s Show

’70s-inspired pieces can officially be considered staples. The tried and true trend will transition easily from Fall to Spring so load up on boxy blazers and wide-leg pants that will cary you through the year.

17th Century Chic

OTT shapes and volume characterize the 17th century trend. The Mary Antoinette-esque dresses and hoops skirts have us excited for the elaborate looks that will surely make an appearance on the red carpet circuit.


Bare it all by wearing lingerie inspired pieces on top instead of underneath. Let the luxe layers do all the talking by letting them take centre stage in these sexy looks.

Highlighter Brights

Get creative with colour in bold hues that can’t be missed. Neon green, yellow and orange are the new palette making everything a whole lot brighter.

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