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Article: 4 Trends from the FW20 runway

4 tendencias que dictan las pasarelas FW20

4 Trends from the FW20 runway

Fashion is a universe itself, in which the only way to survive (properly) is by immersing into it, and this is not an easy task. In the past it was pretty simple: there were two annual collections per designer, which were presented during the Autumn Winter or Spring Summer fashion weeks. Today, at least two more collections have been added to that list, such as Cruise and Pre-Fall, and countless limited editions and collaborations. And we are only focusing on the luxury sector, ignoring the fast fashion industry that releases new collections every two weeks.

To successfully participate in this complex fashion world, it is necessary to stay up to date and follow its rhythm: the latest event? Fashion week Fall-Winter 2020. With the aim of making life easier, we analyzed 4 essential trends dictated by the Paris, Milan and NYC runways. At Lafloïd we want to keep you updated and collaborate with the endless inspiration needed to create fashionable looks with our luxury bags. 


Minimalist or exuberant, they were present all over the runway. Fringe decorated or completely made the piece (like Prada´s viral skirt), appearing on coats, jackets, dresses and skirts.  Materials also varied, liberating fringe from the cowboy or biker style it is usually linked to, taking it to different dimensions that go from delicate sequins, to multifunctional thick leather. Our recommendation is to combine your fringed piece with our Roma bag, a versatile classic that you can wear as a cross-body both day and night.

(Prada, Burberry, Bottega Veneta)

  1. Leather, leather and more leather

An already existing trend that will continue this season, only deeply intensified. We are not talking about the classic leather pants and matching jacket; we want skirts, wide boot pants, blouses with sleeves, long and short dresses. A total leather look is the ultimate trend. When choosing the designated color, it must be subtle, such as brown, black or burgundy.  Dare with a total leather look and include our Roma Belt Bag to give it an even more polemical vibe. Do not forget that you can also customize it.

(Proenza Schouler, Jil Sander, Versace)

  1. The new Sexy

In a monochromatic palette, Bodycon dresses are back. Sensual pieces, fitted to the body, which create an extremely modern and minimalist image. There is an innovative twist to it: unexpected cuts in the shoulders or the waist and innovative materials such as vinyl, sometimes covering the silhouette all the way to the ankles. They differ from the Bodycon dresses of the past, in the fact that they are designed so that today's woman looks self-confident, glamorous and powerful, instead of promoting only a sexy image. Our Vesper bag in its cross-body version will help you to look even more sexy. Do not forget to give it even more personality including your initials or one of the illustrations from the Tatto Collection. Do not forget that you can also customize it.

(Bottega Veneta, Proenza Schouler, Brandom Maxwell)

  1. Magical Sleeves

Voluminous and structured, the sleeves will adorn all the dresses and blouses of the season. Extrovert sleeves have been trending for the past few seasons, but they had more hippie and edgy airs, now we are seeing romantic sleeves that create dramatic and outgoing silhouettes. Let the theater begin! In this case the main protagonist are the sleeve of your garment, and that is why our recommendation is to combine it with our Vesper clutch a model with sober, elegant and modern lines.

(Loewe, Max Mara, Acne Studios)

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