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The fashion weeks that are being developed will be characterized by having suffered a temporary lapse with respect to last winter; it is not expected that something very big and groundbreaking will happen that will make them different than those of 2018 in the basic lines.
The outstanding headlines? The same: revaluation of the female figure along with the fluidity of gender, (necessary) political messages or the stained reputation of Dolce & Gabbana, are just a few examples.
However, we will notice a slight breeze of renewed air generated by sustainability, the futuristic and deconstructed style – check LFW -, and the comings and goings of emblematic designers, among other news.
Far from the already very spread free fur, from which practically no brand that is going to parade escapes, comes the slogan of sustainability. This new green wave that forces us to be careful with production processes and to leave a minimal environmental impact in this highly polluting industry is filtering through with force in the most luxurious brands.
The collections suffer, each season a little more, a certain saturation of the references of past times (which has given us very precious relics but we feel already tired about them). Faced with this repetition, the catwalks of the men’s fashion weeks that are taking place point to a strong trend towards futuristic and deconstructed forms.
This is a great indicator that what we will see in the winter fashion weeks will be a search for innovative formulas when it comes to making the pieces.
Now that London is over, Y/Project will be presented in Pitti and then we will head straight to Milan – Versace, Prada, Palm Angels or Marcelo -, Paris and finally NY. #staytunned