10 of the Biggest Trends From NYFW Spring/Summer 2019

Fashion Weeks come and go so fast and this year is no exception but at least we will always have the trends (well until the next NYFW!) As the dust settles on the catwalk of another New York Fashion Week, we take a look at the trends you’ll be wearing come Spring/Summer 2019.

1. Neon brights

Designers from Prabal Gurung and Brandon Maxwell to Tibi and Escada have been turning up the colour volume this season! It’s time to go bright or go home.

2. Florals for spring? Groundbreaking.

It looks like the catwalk has taken some serious inspiration from the garden path this season, with designers including Badgley Mischka embracing all things floral.  

3. Seeing spots!

Making an appearance on the Escada runway (to name but one), the humble polka dot has returned in full force. Whimsical and chic, we’re not complaining.

4. The Wild Wild West

With Ralph Lauren celebrating 50 years and a stunning show by Longchamp, the Wild Wild West is taking center stage in fashion. Fringe detailing and leather looks will be all the rage come SS19.

5. Striped bare

Stripes are making their claim for the hottest pattern of the season; as showcased here by Adeam. Perennially cool, we’ll definitely be styling this look.  

6. Bohemian chic

What is warmer weather for but embracing boho-chic? Just take a note out of Oscar de la Renta’s book.

7. All that glitter!

There’s something that sparkles breezing down the runway, and combined with expert draping and luxe fabric its sheer glamour. Brandon Maxwell is giving us pure style gold!

8. Chain reaction

Heavier metals appearing on catwalks, including styles from Oscar de la Renta, making us feel motivated to break-out those statement accessories! Simply layer and embrace chunky chains for an on-trend look.

9. Turning heads!

Head scarves were appearing on models all across NYFW, and with plenty ways to style them this is one versatile piece – see the Michael Kors Collection for inspiration.

10. A match made in heaven

During a touching runway show with a tribute to Kate Spade, Kate Spade New York also paid homage to the brand with matching accessories; proving coordinating Is taking a modern turn.

Kathleen Loxton

Kathleen is a graduate in Communications, who is currently working in marketing. Having developed a passion for fashion at a young age, she has contributed to various London and Brisbane based fashion blogs and fashion weeks. In her spare time she enjoys museums, movies, and finding that perfect cup of coffee with friends.

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