There are a few things both “fashion people” and “non-fashion people” can agree on: a love of denim, the need for a good white tee, a desire for quality that will outlast just one wash. But fashion week is the time the industry likes to make everyone, well, a little mad — or, at least a little skeptical. It’s a time when fashion doesn’t hold back, and the weirder, the better.
Though we’ve seen a couple sleek takes on classics that everyone can love (and wear!) — see: Jason Wu, Mansur Gavriel, Gabriela Hearst — we’re personally far more interested in the less expected. Over the last week, we’ve seen a healthy amount of weird, totally off-kilter trends that we have a feeling will pop up at Zara and Mango in no time. They may be divisive, but isn’t half the fun of fashion breaking the rules — even just a little bit?
From bucket hats to Teva’s (yes, really) to slits that rise all the way up, click on for the stand-out Fashion Month trends that you’ll soon see everywhere — and be sure to check this space for updates as London, Milan, and Paris commence.
We hate to break it to you, but everything you love to hate about the style from the early-2000s is coming in hot: low-rise pants, micro-minis, and flip-flops are all threatening to make a comeback.
How to take your beloved two-piece into spring and summer? Swap the trousers out for a pair of long-line shorts, of course.
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