Fall 2019 Runway Trends

Image courtesy of wwd.com

With the end of March on the horizon, international fashion weeks have come to an end.  From fall 2019 runway shows in Paris and New York to London, Tokyo, and Milan, Fashion Reverie speculates on what fall 2019 trends will make consumers’ pulses quicken. This season’s runways brought us a taste of everything from minimalism to saying au revoir to Karl Lagerfeld and his final runway collection for Chanel. Between the snowy streets of New York and the somber streets of Paris, the fall 2019 season was certainly an entirely different beast.

Hakan Akkaya images and Faith Connexion images courtesy of fashionweekonline.com and firstview.com

Glam Rock

It might not be the ‘70s in Britain anymore, but Glam Rock is back. Brands like Michael Kors, Faith Connexion and Hakan Akkaya brought the elevated rocker style to the runways. Rock on with your glitter and glam style.

Anna Sui, Kate Spade, and Maryam Nassir Zadeh images courtesy of fashionista.com, glamour.com, and vogue.com, respectively

Animal Print

From zebra prints to cheetah prints, the runways were animalistic this season. Designers were having a safari of a time with their fall 2019 collections and found in animal print patterns a great way to add some fun to collections that are minimalistic in tone.  It’s time to earn your stripes and spots.

Bibhu Mohapatra, Zimmerman, and Fendi images courtesy of stylecaster.com, fashionista.com, and wwd.com, respectively

Statement Necklines

For fall 2019, you will not need a diamond necklace to draw attention to your neckline. Sometimes, a good structured neckline is all you need. One-shoulder tops aren’t just for summer nights anymore.

Marc Jacobs, Oscar de la Renta, and Prabal Gurung images courtesy of crfashionbook.com, harpersbazaar.com, and vogue.it, respectively


What was once an accent detail for Vegas showgirls and drag queens has become a gold standard for luxury dressing for fall 2019. Get pretty in plumage this fall and bust out your feathered dress. Marc Jacobs proved it is possible.

Fendi, The Row, and Boss images courtesy of vogue.com, gorunway.com, and crfashionbook.com, respectively


Beige has long been a wardrobe staple, so who would have though the classic color would be runway trend. This season, designers showed how many shades of beige are fashionable and that beige isn’t another boring workwear color. Thank you Fendi and Hugo Boss.

Off-White, Christian Cowan, and Victoria Beckham images courtesy of getty.com, Purple PR/Dan Lecca, and fashionista.com, respectively

Neon Heels

Neon color been a major trend for the past year, but for fall 2019 neon colors have transitioned from apparel to shoes. The granny church shoes are out the window, and we’re on our way to funky town. Talk about it, talk about it, talk about it!!

Marta Jakubowski, Sacai, and J. W. Anderson images courtesy of livingly.com, thefashionspot.com, and hypebeast.com, respectively

Deconstructed Knitwear

Knitwear is always a staple for fall collections; that said, for fall 2019 designers deconstructed knitwear silhouettes and rebuilt the knitwear built to create something original. Knots on knits were big this season thanks to J.W. Anderson doing a cable knit style tie on a jersey dress. This fantastic deconstructed knitwear garment gives consumers a new meaning to wrapping up.

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