The newest collections from the world’s best designers were unveiled in the late months last year and oh how I LOVE them! There is always something very special about the new season’s fashion, and the Spring 2020 Ready-to-Wear Season sure delivered on that.
From my beloved designers Oscar de la Renta and Zuhair Murad, to the classic Saint Laurent and Dolce & Gabana, and more, Spring 2020 RTW was truly fabulous. Read on to see my Top Killer Fashion Looks from this season – I do hope you’ll become inspired!
Oscar de la Renta Spring 2020 Ready-to-Wear
The Oscar de la Renta collections are always something to look forward to. For Spring 2020 the collection boasts romanticism, feminity and plenty of beautiful silhouttes. My favourite features are the ethereal hues in soft textures, glittering embellishments, corset detailing, and bold colours.
Naeem Khan Spring 2020 Ready-to-Wear
This season was a beautiful collection mixing the glamorous with the ethereal. My favourite features are the square shoulders with the all over sequins, the hues of purple and the sheer peekaboo design.
Monique Lhuillier Spring 2020 Ready-to-Wear
I’m always a fan of Monique Lhuillier designs, and this Spring collection is truly glamorous. Boasting volume and feminity, the season’s campaign was also shot at a gorgeous seaside villa. My favourite features are the multi-tiered tulle gowns, the regal silhouettes and the kaleidoscope of colours.
Reem Acra Spring 2020 Ready-to-Wear
Easily one of the most romantic collections of Spring 2020, Lebanese designer Reem Acra sure pulled out the stops with this one. My favourite features are the range of sheer tulle gown with all their embellishments, the regal details, and all of the royal colours.
Tadashi Shoji Spring 2020 Ready-to-Wear
Japanese designer Tadashi Shoji unveiled a beautiful collection for the new season, boasting romantic designs in beautiful silhouettes. My favourite features are the ethereal colour palette with regal floral appliqué, the soft tulle touches with the bold sequins, alongside lace detail and kimonos – such wonderful nods to the American-based designer’s homeland. I also want to note and applaud Shoji’s model range of both curvy and slim models.
I always look forward to what Zuhair Murad has in store for us, and needless to say the Spring 2020 collection did not disappoint. There were plenty of architectural structures with the colour palette paying tribute to artists such as Picasso and Sorolla. My favourite features are all of the sequins intermixed within the multicoloured gowns as well as the one-colour hues, the many regal styles and tulle overlays.
Alexis Mabille Spring 2020 Ready-to-Wear
A wonderfully soft collection by Alexis Mabille this season, there were many bold colours and neutral tones with many full-length cuts ideal for special occasions of all sorts. My favourite features are the lace and fringed trims, soft silky textures, polka dot mesh netting details and the fitted
Andrew Gn Spring 2020 Ready-to-Wear
I’ve really come to love Andrew Gn’s creations, and this season’s collection is just gorgeous. There’s a great mixture of colour and texture, different prints and cuts too. My favourite features embellished bodices and high necklines, the soft pleating and lace trims.
Alexandre Vauthier Spring 2020 Ready to-Wear
This season’s Alexandre Vauthier is just as fabulous as the French haute couturier’s previous collection. My favourite features are the flattering silhouttes that show off women’s curves, both the masculine tailoring and feminine tiered gown, and all of the gorgeous sequins!
Badley Mischka Spring 2020 Ready-to-Wear
When it comes to the Badgley Mischka collection for the new season, it’s all about pops of colour, regal glamour and Spring florals. My favourite features are the mix of pink flowers on mint hues, the exaggerated shoulders and puff sleeves, that embellished bodice and the head-to-toe sequin suit!
Balmain Spring 2020 Reay-to-Wear
Olivier Rousteing can do no wrong, and the House of Balmain was made for him. From the Matrix-like sunglasses on the models to the cut out designs mixed with sequins on sequins and denim in colourful hues, this Spring collection was very exciting – it’s hard to believe Rousteing is only 33! My favourite features are the cascading sequin cape, the boxy silhouettes and the many pops of colour.
Dolce & Gabana Spring 2020 Reay-to-Wear
What can one expect from godfathers of fashion Dolce & Gabana for the Spring season? Well they took us on a jungle safari down the runway, with fruity prints, funky colours with neutral hues and plenty of accessories too. My favourite features are funky handbags including the miniature wristlet purses, the pineapple wrap dress, the gemstone-clad sandals and variety of textures, .
Elie Saab Spring 2020 Reay-to-Wear
From one of my favourite designers to another, Elie Saab’s collection are always a highlight of Fashion Week for me. With over 60 looks, his signature sequin designs are complimented by swirling lines, and plenty of movement through flowing capes and skirts. The brand’s press release described the clollection as “a reflection on the diversity than animates the great savannas of Africa”. My favourite features are those swirling sequins in the kaleidoscope of colours and the multicoloured pieces, the caped looks and subtle tribute to the 1970s, as well as eyelet details, chunky jewelery and nods to his Lebanese heritage that come through beautifully.
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