Fashion month always seems to go by in a flash. It all starts in New York, then we jet-set over to London, go straight into Milan, and finish off in Paris. With so many shows happening throughout the month, it can be a bit overwhelming to keep up with. Here are the top collections you need to know from the Fall 2019 Ready-to-Wear season.
This A/W fashion week Zac Posen released his newest collection through a set of photos from a showroom rather than doing a runway show, and it was nothing short of amazing. Filled with beautifully draped garments, stunning silhouettes, and the added touch of modern-day Hollywood glamour, this collection is absolutely gorgeous.
The epitome of minimalism and modern luxury, Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen have built a fashion empire with The Row. This season’s 39-piece collection consisted of mostly oversized ensembles, lots of high-necks, and classic styles that are the perfect foundations for everyone’s wardrobe.
This season’s A/W 2019 collection consisted of monochromatic looks from all black to lilac and mint green. With this runway show, Sally LaPointe also mixed various textures, such as satin and knitwear pictured above, and prints, creating a truly versatile collection.
This London Fashion Week, Victoria Beckham’s A/W 19 collection consisted of bold colors, a mix of various patterns and an elevated version of the “sock boot”. Victoria took bold colors/prints and incorporated them into a collection of very wearable clothing, making empowering garments for every woman no matter what your personal style.
Filled with tulle gowns in vibrant neon colors, Molly Goddard’s Ready-to-Wear collection this London Fashion Week was simply stunning. Vibrant prints, ruching, and color graced our presence on the runway in this one-of-a-kind collection.
The JW Anderson show had a utilitarian feel to it – a big trend right now – with the overall construction of the garments this season. With statement coats, garments filled with movement, and a variety of colors/styles, this editorial collection is truly a work of art.
The last Fendi show with designs from Karl Lagerfeld was bold and beautiful. While the show was mostly made up of shades of brown, black and white, there were pops of yellow, teal, and pink throughout, making statements among the neutral bases of the collection.
Max Mara brought consistently monochromatic looks to the runway this season, with full ensembles in shades of mostly brown, yellow, and black (as well as the occasional blue). To differentiate between the looks, Max Mara utilized various textures, such as the chestnut colored, crocodile skin bags in the fully brown look above, to add noticabble details to the pieces.
With minimalist and oversized silhouettes, Jil Sander’s Fall 2019 Ready-to-Wear show was effortlessly chic. The oversized draping of the garments adds a cool factor to the entire collection.
Karl Lagerfeld’s last show as Creative Director went back to Chanel’s roots. Filled with houndstooth prints, tweed, and two piece suits, this collection was an amazing homage to not only the house’s founder, Coco Chanel, but also the late Karl Lagerfeld and his impact on the brand.
The Jacquemus Fall 2019 Ready-to-Wear collection is beautifully crafted and modern. Filled with a variety of colors and structured, asymmetrical garments, this collection has something for everyone.
With this Fall 2019 Ready-to-Wear collection, Hedi Slimane made structured pieces more casual with his second collection for Celine. Using many similar styles (such as the shorts & blazer combo pictured above) and changing up the prints, colors and styling, this runway showcased just how versatile this collection is.
With fashion month being over, we can now fully take a look at all of the shows. Which shows were your favorites? Let us know on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram: @hercampusmmm!