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.
For A/W 19/20, new neon green, valiant poppy and scallop pink are key. Figures in artistic colors and bold branding come into play.
New neon green is present across four fashion weeks. Its shiny tone adds vibrancy. The large-scale application doesn’t work well in kidswear. For A/W 19/20, techniques and neon colors are mixed for a fashionable and wearable approach.
Valiant poppy is mainly applied to girlswear. The large scale enriches and enlivens styles.
Scallop pink is more understated than valiant poppy. Pearl white works best with outerwear and dresses. Ruffles and extra panels add a sweet and elegant feel.
Figure patterns for S/S 19 are updated to replace small monsters. Bold branding creates a vibrant street vibe.
Special materials are particularly popular. The “double-F” logo is applied to tweeds and cottons through jacquard, emphasizing the brand culture. The PU in valiant poppy continues A/W 19/20 from S/S 19.
Stella McCartney’s A/W 2019 kidswear includes three fashion campaigns – The Unhappy Fish, The Litter Bug and The Lonely Tree, calling for the protection of our earth. Stella McCartney even signed the Statement of New Plastic launched by Ellen MacCarthur.
Rockets, astronauts and planets are presents in prints. The slogan ROCKET TO THE MOON is very noticeable. Posters, simple cartoon pictures are presented via placement printing, appliques, embroidery and jacquards.
The exaggerated styling endures. Dinosaurs, hound dogs and monsters appear on boyswear, adding playfulness.
Geometric patterns such as polka dots, rectangular and semi-circle shapes, triangular patterns and stars are seen. They are often mixed to show uniqueness. The colored camo print is eye-catching. The little mice made up of geometric shapes could be referred to.
Many plants are incorporated for The Lonely Tree. The bright mushroom, Mr. Pumpkin and cacti bring a natural feel.
Fringing is more connected to patterns. Letters, geometrics and jacquards are highlighted. Embroidery and woven labels are presented in different ways. The combinations of appliques and embroidery show the nature.
Bright colors are noticeable for this season’s knitwear. Contrast colors, cables in different textures, irregular hems and fringing are special. The pieced jeans with irregular geometric patterns and the pieced cape in contrasting colors are key items.
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