For A/W 19/20, feminism and 1950s and 1960s vintage styling are key for women’s coats. The silhouette is changing. Tailoring stands out for A/W 20/21. The exaggerated broad shoulder nipped-in style and Chanel styling is key this season. The strap slim tailoring coats with the masculine feminist feel is most attractive.
The Chanel style, tweeds, collarless crew neck, frayed closure, neat and straight boxy shape and elongated length add elegance, confidence, independence and courage. This silhouette is suitable for mature ladies.
The Chanel-Style Straight Coat
The super large ruffle collar is striking. The nightgown silhouette adds a slouchy and feminine quality.
The broad shoulder and nipped-in design continues the voluminous shoulder design for A/W 19/20, and nods to the super cinched-in silhouette in 1970s and 1980s. The changed silhouette adds a nostalgic and modern edge.
Tailoring silhouettes is the best option to accentuate feminism and form. Straps show the tough appeal.
The mid-length coat is an indispensable and key item for A/W. For A/W 20/21, in addition to the double-breasted design, three buttons, small square collar and hood, more delicate details such as contrasting splicing, necklines, checks and labelling renew the mid-length silhouette.
The double-breasted silhouette is classic, providing extra warmth and protection. A range of checked materials are used. The neckline and sleeve tabs are particularly important.
The double-breasted mid-length plain wools coat is classic. For A/W 20/21, labelling and panelling are key. Different materials, colors and labelling add a fashionable and leisure feel.
The three-button mid-length coat is wearable for business leisure and smart leisure. Contrasting panelling and the new necklines offer a bold and fashionable twist. Louis Vuitton’s peak lapel is amplified with a contrasting color to add newness.
The hooded buttoned mid-length coat is a key silhouetting show youthfulness. Currently, more details and materials are used. Burberry uses fleece to renew coats.
The Hooded Buttoned Mid-Length Coat
The coat with a small square collar is classic as well. Innovative details at the closure, neckline and cuff to add newness. Lettered labels, print and contrasting panelling add visual glamour.
Cardigans are versatile in every season. Resort 2020 cardigans are worn over other items. Simple designs and a range of colors are key. Cardigans can be matched with shirts, T-shirts, dresses, suits and coats. Color blocks, craft techniques and patterns are applied into cardigans in resort 2020.
The share of cardigans increased on A/W 2019 catwalks. In addition to soft and sweet colors and ready-to-wear garments, skirts and accessories are accentuated.
Elegant tones are soft and tranquil. Densely arranged buttons, delicate fringing and diagonal closures on solid cardigans are appealing.
We always emphasize “Point”, “Line” and “Plane”. Contrast colors, jacquard colored lines, contrast stitches are widely applied to cardigans.
“Line” and “plane” are often mixed. Bright colors renew cardigans. The application of color blocks are more popular in this season.
Patterns on the back play an important role. Refreshing solid colors on the front piece are impressive, and the patterns on the back piece are surprising. Simple jacquard patterns are recommended.
Cardigans in resort 2020 go in a youthful direction. Playful appliques are interesting. Modern illustration-style appliques are key.
Florals are vibrant and energetic. They are used for jacquard patterns on cardigans. Color blocks are accentuated to add vibrancy.
Thick knitted pieces and simple stitches are applied to cardigans. Asymmetry, color blocking and patterns are combined with stitches to create hot items in resort 2020.
Hip-length cardigans accentuate form, and they are playful and leisure. Letters and jacquard landscapes bring vibrancy. Colors are much bolder.
More comfortable and practical dresses are key for A/W 20/21. The looks are rustic and modest. The relationship between garments and humans is underlined.
Delicate pleats and layers create the vintage tower-hem dress. The waistes shape accentuate feminine form. Cotton brings extra warmth.
The retro and yellowish washed cotton and linen is combined with the loose long large hem to bring a rustic feel. The pale countryside tones add a natural quality.
The airy and rustic qualities, slim and ankle-length shape, waisted umbrella hem and autumnal palette bring a joyful vibe.
The medieval florals are combined with the micro puffy printed dress to create a Utopian vibe. The vintage checks in grey brown and the micro puffy sleeve add a rustic feel.
The mock-neck long-sleeve dress in pale colors are combined with diverse patterns(polka dots, retro artistic totems, natural textures and bouquets). The decorations at the waist feel soft and feminine.
1. The waisted and pleated silhouette with extra panels. 2. The V-neck loose and soft silhouette. 3. The loose straight maxi sleeveless shape. 4. The retro long-sleeve mock-neck waisted shape. 5. The retro loose printed waisted silhouette.
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In this season, jackets move forward with youthful, simple, clean and cosy qualities. Contrasting colors, piecing, geos and letters are key elements. Colors and techniques are combined with currently popular elements. The neat silhouette of jackets is kept.
Functional sport pockets are applied to the chest and left arm. Contrasting waterproof zippers add appeal.
The contrast piecing of different materials is often seen at the hood, closure and hem. Smooth wovens and matte knitwear make a contrast, emphasizing the outline and creating a dissecting effect.
The mixing of knits and puffa is common. In this season, cuts and dissecting are more dressy. Color, stitch and yarns are key.
Heavy-gauge geometric textures are key. Square textures work well with jackets, and kwise and purl stitches make a contrast. Transitional stitches are used. Solid all-over textures play a key part, and melange yarns make textures stand out.
Jackets with refined plain surfaces work well in transitional periods. Wool yarns are mainly used. Silhouettes and textures are underlined. Striped textures and pointelle are combined, as seen at Reiss. Regular stitch is applied to the neckline, hem and cuff to keep the crisp silhouette and add depth. Concealed zippers feel delicate.
Plain colors are chosen for all-over letters. Stripe-like effects are applied with asymmetric details. Different sizes and colors add newness.
Portraits and figures make a comeback this season. Letters are teamed up with portraits and figures. Prints are often seen at the back. Print can be paired with jacquard and embroidery.
Men’s T-shirts continue the street style for S/S 2020, and incorporate new influences such as functional patch pockets, Chinese characters and plaster sculptures. The most important point is that the whole presents a vintage and technical trend. The classic mock-layer T-shirts make a comeback.
The functional style gains pace. Patch pockets, buckles and straps are widely used on short-sleeved crew neck T-shirts.
Chinese characters start to emerge with Chinese brands attending four fashion weeks.
Classic plaster sculptures are reworked on men’s T-shirts through creative approaches.
Fashion webbing brings a street feel to short-sleeved hooded T-shirts.
Mock-layer T-shirts and letter prints are combined to show a vintage feel.
Minimalism in jackets are more popular among business people. The boxy zip-out jacket with a shirt collar, short jacket with a lapel and short panelled jacket with a baseball jacket neck show the strong comeback of minimalism for A/W 20/21.
For A/W 20/21, business casual jackets move into the minimal and industrial style. The boxy silhouette, industry and workwear elements add a youthful edge.
With the increasing popularity of vintage styling, the short jacket with a lapel gains traction for A/W 20/21, as seen as Ermenegildo Zegn and Anrealage. Different materials and detailing updates the short jacket, and nostalgia and modern minimalism are perfectly merged.
The short jacket with a baseball jacket neck are coveted. The minimal shape and details underline the luxe texture. The mixing of different materials make the new jacket stand out. Different textures and a range of colors provide a youthful and casual finish.
The neat and slick shape accentuates form. Large patch pockets or hidden ones are key for A/W 20/21. What’s more, Wool-like fabrics and checked fabrics work well this season.
The boxy hooded jacket is functional. Shiny PU and functional fabrics add a luxurious edge.