From a starry front row to jaw-dropping outfits, here is what went down on and off the catwalk.
The best new season style from the Fashion’s most significant event
That’s a wrap on Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2020! Following four fashion-filled weeks across New York, London, Milan and Paris, we look back at the must-see moments you need to know about.
From the most outrageous street style outfits to celebrity-packed front rows and the accessory we will all want come autumn, these were the style highlights from Instagram.
The ever-daring designer Richard Quinn delivered a colourful collection filled with fun and flamboyance
British designer Richard Quinn once again dazzled onlookers with his out-of-this-world creations. As the doors opened, models floated onto the catwalk in a kaleidoscope of colours, and surreal silhouettes, ranging from top-to-toe crystal and pearl adorned bodysuits to dramatic feathered headpieces and extreme puff-sleeved mini dresses.
Versace’s shocking pink suit will bring life to the boardroom
Versace presented its first-ever co-ed catwalk show featuring an equal number of female and male models during Milan Fashion Week. Alongside Donatella’s signature slinky evening dresses, the new collection saw a more androgynous edge to the Fashion house – think oversized shirts, preppy sport-inspired sweaters and models in sharp tailoring with slicked-back locks.
A Spider-Man inspired outfit as seen on the streets in Milan
It wouldn’t be Fashion Week without outlandish street style looks and this season certainly did not disappoint. In between the great, the good and the questionable outfits were the downright bewildering. The most avant-garde of them all came courtesy of the anonymous masked style maven known only as ‘Checking Invoices’, as seen here snapped by photographer Phil Oh.
It’s all about giant arm candy for the season ahead
Supersize is the new oversize! Bags were blown up to epic proportions at shows such as Burberry, Fendi and Bottega Veneta. Finally, heavyweight holdalls to fit everything we need for the day.
“Let them wear Moschino!”
We can always count on Jeremy Scott at Moschino to bring the drama and that he did for his Autumn/Winter 2020 collection with his take on the French Revolution’s most iconic queen. The show saw models channel Marie Antoinette with towering three-foot wigs, corseted crop tops and cake-inspired peplum party frocks.
The star power was out in full force for the BOSS show
The starriest front row went to BOSS by Hugo Boss as the likes of Alex Pettyfer, Orlando Bloom, Cara Delevingne, Ashley Benson, Madelaine Petsch and Keith Powers snagged prime seats for the show.