19 Spring 2019 Runway Trends Everyone Will Be Wearing in No Time

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Big, Boxy Blazers
Big, Boxy Blazers
Big, Boxy Blazers
Big, Boxy Blazers
Big, Boxy Blazers
Cool Cardigans
Cool Cardigans
Cool Cardigans
Cool Cardigans
Cool Cardigans
Geometric Bags
Geometric Bags
Geometric Bags
Geometric Bags
Geometric Bags
Sheer Layers
Sheer Layers
Sheer Layers
Sheer Layers
Sheer Layers
Beach Vibes
Beach Vibes
Beach Vibes
Beach Vibes
Beach Vibes
Over-The-Top Couture
Over-The-Top Couture
Over-The-Top Couture
Over-The-Top Couture
Over-The-Top Couture
Feathers Everywhere
Feathers Everywhere
Feathers Everywhere
Feathers Everywhere
Feathers Everywhere
Super-Short Hems
Super-Short Hems
Super-Short Hems
Super-Short Hems
Super-Short Hems
Netting
Netting
Netting
Netting
Netting
Sparkle and Shine
Sparkle and Shine
Sparkle and Shine
Sparkle and Shine
Sparkle and Shine
Statement Raincoats
Statement Raincoats
Statement Raincoats
Statement Raincoats
Statement Raincoats
Glam-Utilitarian
Glam-Utilitarian
Glam-Utilitarian
Glam-Utilitarian
Glam-Utilitarian
Logomania
Logomania
Logomania
Logomania
Logomania
Bleached Denim
Bleached Denim
Bleached Denim
Bleached Denim
Bleached Denim
Bike Shorts
Bike Shorts
Bike Shorts
Bike Shorts
Bike Shorts
Bold Colors
Bold Colors
Bold Colors
Bold Colors
Bold Colors
Head-to-Toe Neutrals
Head-to-Toe Neutrals
Head-to-Toe Neutrals
Head-to-Toe Neutrals
Head-to-Toe Neutrals
Polka Dots
Polka Dots
Polka Dots
Polka Dots
Polka Dots
Prints on Prints on Prints
Prints on Prints on Prints
Prints on Prints on Prints
Prints on Prints on Prints
Prints on Prints on Prints

Big, Boxy Blazers

Big, boxy and exaggeratedly shoulder-padded blazers were all the rage among Spring 2019 showgoers, and the collections followed suit (har, har). On runways across New York, London, Milan and Paris, no single item turned up more than a loose-cut (kind of ill-fitting) blazer. Honestly, we're still warming up to this trend — is anyone else reminded of Kanye and Lil Pump's "I Love It" video? —  but we're here for the propagation of non-gender dressing. 

Acne Studios Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Big, Boxy Blazers

Balenciaga Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Big, Boxy Blazers

Erdem Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Big, Boxy Blazers

Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Big, Boxy Blazers

Victoria Beckham Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Cool Cardigans

Yes, cardigans can be cool. Sexy, even. For Spring 2019, the once oppressively prim-and-proper sweaters got the high-fashion treatment at Versace, Gucci, Loewe, Marc Jacobs, Christopher Kane and more. Equipped with ruffled trim, glittering epaulets, kitschy brooches and oversized buttons, these were a far cry from the frumpy, pilling things you use to ward off aggressive office air-conditioning. Bonus points if you wear them unbuttoned to just above the navel.

Gucci Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Cool Cardigans

Christopher Kane Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Cool Cardigans

Loewe Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Cool Cardigans

Versace Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Cool Cardigans

Marc Jacobs Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Geometric Bags

What was it with geometric bags this season? Perhaps inspired by the stunning success of Balenciaga’s Triangle purse, designers were all about the handheld circles (Marine Serre, Chanel, Peter Pilotto) and squares (Louis Vuitton, Versace, Etro, Dolce & Gabbana). Will they actually fit any/all of your essentials? Probably not, but that's beside the point.

Chanel Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Geometric Bags

Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Geometric Bags

Etro Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Geometric Bags

Marine Serre Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Geometric Bags

Peter Pilotto Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Sheer Layers

As evidenced by New York’s Spring 2019 shows, a sheer dress layered over boy shorts (and, if you’re feeling especially modest, a bra) is still very much the look — all hail Maria Grazia Chiuri. However, if you're looking to show only a hint of skin, or to add interest to your outfit without obscuring any part of it, next spring will be the time to do it. At runways across the globe, sheer-paneled tops and see-through underlays and overlays abounded. Peek-a-boo.

Christian Dior Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Sheer Layers

Jil Sander Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Sheer Layers

Luar Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Sheer Layers

Maryam Nassir Zadeh Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Sheer Layers

Simone Rocha Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Beach Vibes

From the chunky platform flip-flops at Jil Sander and Salvatore Ferragamo to the scuba gear at Calvin Klein and Marine Serre to the actual lifeguard chairs and cabanas at Thom Browne to Chanel’s seaside extravaganza to the dizzying number of tie-dye swirls on runways across all four fashion cities, it was clear designers had one thing on their minds: escapism. Per Karl Lagerfeld and Raf Simons (respectively), ground your beachy neoprene and spandex with more terrestrial items like denim jeans and ruched midi skirts on days when you can’t get away.

Calvin Klein Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Beach Vibes

Chanel Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Beach Vibes

Marine Serre Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Beach Vibes

Sportmax Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Beach Vibes

Paco Rabanne Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Over-The-Top Couture

Princess ruffles, lace and whimsical proportions were big themes for Spring 2019. We very much enjoy watching designers’ eveningwear offerings get weirder and more exaggerated with each passing season. Here’s to fashion that demands attention.

Bora Aksu Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Over-The-Top Couture

Delpozo Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Over-The-Top Couture

Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Over-The-Top Couture

Erdem Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Over-The-Top Couture

Rodarte Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Feathers Everywhere

Feathers have been back on-trend for the past few seasons, and it doesn’t appear the light-as-air accents are going away anytime soon. Notable looks included the fanciful, plume-tipped dresses at Brock Collection and Valentino and the full-on Josephine Baker skirts at Rochas. Fluttery accessories also had their moment: Ostrich feather sandals floated down the runway at Prabal Gurung and MGSM, avian-inspired ear and hair pieces tickled our senses at Loewe and Dries Van Noten, respectively.

Loewe Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Feathers Everywhere

Prabal Gurung Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Feathers Everywhere

Rochas Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Feathers Everywhere

Simone Rocha Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Feathers Everywhere

Brock Collection Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Super-Short Hems

Get ready to show some leg: Micro-mini dresses are a must-have for Spring 2019. Sky-high hemlines were omnipresent on the runways, making especially memorable appearances at Versace, Prada, Saint Laurent and Celine. Go barelegged or slip on some statement tights; ground the look with stilettos, platforms, boots, brogues, whatever you damn well please. (Although, pro tip, a flesh-tone heel is an instant leg-lengthener.)

Celine Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Super-Short Hems

Molly Goddard Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Super-Short Hems

Prada Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Super-Short Hems

Saint Laurent Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Super-Short Hems

Ermanno Scervino Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Netting

While we’re on the subject of figure-flaunting frocks, net dresses were another Spring 2019 standout. The lovechild of the sheer dress and all-artisanal-everything trends, these diamond-patterned pieces can be worn with naught but underwear or layered over virtually any outfit to add instant oomph.

Louis Vuitton Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Netting

Chloé Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Netting

Ports 1961 Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Netting

Calcaterra Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Netting

J.W. Anderson Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Sparkle and Shine

“Sequins reflect optimism,” Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia, the designers behind Monse and Oscar de la Renta, once said. Well, if that's true, given the uncertainty in the news as of late, we're in need of all the glitter. And for Spring 2019, Ashish, Marc Jacobs, Altuzarra, Dries Van Noten and many, many more delivered. Hope you didn’t delete your KiraKira+ app.

Marc Jacobs Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Sparkle and Shine

Altuzarra Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Sparkle and Shine

Ashish Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Sparkle and Shine

Christopher Kane Spring 2019; Image: Imaxtree

Sparkle and Shine

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