Scotch＆Soda is a Dutch fashion company founded in 1985. The inspiration of Scotch＆Soda’s S/S 2019 collection came from mixed nostalgia, surfing, tropical plants and sailing hero Brutus. More plant-related elements are seen, and letters are not as popular. Scotch＆Soda’s products are for sale in Europe, U.S., Australia and Japan.
Scotch＆Soda combines the poolside romantic cut and the 1970s Mediterranean tones on swimwear and casual and pared-back styles.
Sailing hero Brutus is seen on girls’ souvenir jackets and T-shirts. The portrait of Brutus, sailing routes and smart styles are combined. The one-piece item is eye-catching.
Tropical green plants, delicious fruits and shells offer a tropical summer sentiment. Scotch＆Soda combines these fruits and nostalgic stripes with ruffles. The mix-and-match ways should be paid attention to.
Palm trees and surfing are indispensable for summer. Scotch＆Soda uses all-over plant prints, lettered tapes, romantic ruffles and pieced details provide a relaxed vibe. The pieced jacket with the broad leaf print is offbeat.
Vertical or horizontal stripes are combined with ruffles and bowknots to show playfulness and sweetness. The layered ruffles, raglan sleeves and bowknots are smart.
Dresses are must-haves for girls in all seasons. This time, designers update dresses with silhouettes, details, materials and techniques. High-waist shirring, vivid ruffle, sheer fabric and splicing personify items.
High-waist looks are frequently seen in this season, teaming with shirring and sheer fabrics to reinforce a sweet style.
Sheer fabrics are applied to hems to lengthen items, emphasizing a vivid aesthetic.
Ruffles are widely used on dresses in this season, appearing on the shoulder, bodice, sleeve or pocket. Considered or exaggerated design underlines a three-dimensional effect.
Color blocks and mixed materials bring visual interest, resulting in bold and creative dresses.
Founded in 2011, MANAN’s style is dark street. The main tones are black and white. Cuts, materials and techniques are offbeat and novel. MANAN employs new ideas to create unconventional garments.
The mock-layer style adds interest to A/W. Different kinds of necklines and sleeves are combined randomly. Color blocking adds depth to the tees and sweatshirts.
The exaggerated batwing sleeve is eye-catching this season. A variety of spliced details enrich the sweatshirts and coats. Lettered tapes and exaggerated letter print are extraordinarily bold.
The sporty preppy style emerges this season, being the key direction for most brands. The classic three stripes and color clocking add vibrancy.
The half-and-half spliced long-line sweatshirt, exaggerated kangaroo pocket, weatherproof fabric, lettered tapes and text print add an offbeat twist.
The smooth and warm mink fur stands out. The knitted vest and dress is combined, and the back split is unique. The exaggerated and bold jacquard letters are statement-making.
In addition to the practical jacket, the British long cardigan is a new item. The exaggerated Chinese embroidery makes a statement.
Pants have an important position for MANAN. The outdoor workwear pants and leisure sporty trousers are key for A/W 19/20. The dimensional multi-functional pockets, adjustable tapes and stylish camo all add interest.
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.
In August, smart leisure style sees a great rise. J-korea and preppy style see a decrease. The share of plants and florals decreases by 7%, and stripes and checks stay the same. Letters and animals see a rise of 2%. The ruffle and bowknot each hold 8%, while embroidery holds 6%.
In August, simple style holds 60%. Style Chick’s three items are in top 10. Ruffles are still key, and the collar style sees a rise of 30%.
Sheers work well with sweet or statement-making styles. Qimoo and jnby BY JNBY use dimensional decorations and appliques which are novel.
Checks are suitable for the leisure and modern styles. Classic black and white, light yellow and olive green enrich the palette. Ruffles and checks are integrated.
The simple and artistic cuts and micro shapes are the direction. The artistic and simple spliced cuts make a statement. Qimoo, Rizhou, Zhimu and Nunuforme can provide inspiration.
The folkloric style is often combined with cotton and linen to give a natural and cosy feel. In this month, BIEN A BIEN’s simple folk styles and Louise Misha’s nomadic styles gain traction. Sophisticated embroidery is paired with folkloric florals. The application of ruffles and novel collar edges gives a refined feel.
The collar continues into this month. The refined small collar plays a key role, working in sweet styles.
Influenced by the nautical and preppy style, the large collar is combined with animal patterns and sweet details.
CHAU·RISING, an emerging original designer brand, released the A/W 19 collection with the theme of Uncompleted Puberty- Comeback. The resurged vintage trend is the antidote to the fast-paced lifestyle. Wools are soft and skin-friendly, providing a calming effect. The color is rich, and fluorescer is avoided. Premium fine white wools are dyed. Each color needs to be tested for 3 to 4 months for the perfect effect which is harmless and skin-friendly.
Bright colors, destroyed designs and exaggerated methods show the rebellious, sorry and expanding emotions in puberty. Contrasting trims, athleisure side seams stand out. The irregularly spliced skirt has two dressing ways.
The recreational spirit of the 1980s, night clubs and unisex culture all provide inspiration for the punk and athleisure style. Colorful straps are vibrant and rebellious. Different lengths provide youthfulness and vibrancy to knitwear.
CHAU·RISING’s wools come from Alxa in Inner Mongolia, one of quality wool-produced areas globally. CHAU·RISING insists using high-class white wools with the fineness degree of below 15.5 um and the length of over 36 mm. Contrasting splicing and cable texture create a fluid effect.
CHAU·RISING chooses the currently popular animal skins for A/W 19. Color blocking, splicing add interest. Contrast trims are in line wit the athleisure and active style.
Energetic letters made of a variety of yarns are favored by CHAU·RISING. Embroidery, jacquards and hand scrawls are applied to flat knitwear. The all-over pattern renews jacquard. The detachable sleeve makes a statement.
The Scottish classic embroidery, chantilly lace, chemical trimming create exquisite dress or top. The application to the worn-out jeans, denim or suede jacket delivers a casual yet retro appeal.
The lace embroidery on the ground fabric of silk and cotton lends a flowing and elegant appeal, with floral patterns and understated colors to highlight the delicacy of the item.
The Scottish classic embroidery on the translucent or opaque ground fabric creates an immersive effect. The floral fabric, geometric patterns and the surface texture bring a stereoscopic effect.
The lace embroidery on the thin and transparent tulle creates an effortlessly sexy look, it is often applied to the dress and top.
With the return of the 90s reference, the retro chemical trimming revives again, and it evolves more sophisticated and original in this season, pairing with large-scaled retro totems and floral patterns creating a more glamorous look.