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Fashion trends for Fall/Winter 2020-2021

What are the trends that will shape the Fall/Winter 2020-2021 season? To get ahead of the game, We reveals the answer in 16 moods.

   What are the trends that will shape the Fall/Winter 2020-2021 season? To get ahead of the game, Vogue reveals the answer in 16 moods.


The winter mantra: an allure of outside-the-box, timeless style. Proof of this comes as a mix of all kinds of trends, from romanticism and darkness and bohemian and bourgeoisie to sexy charms and extra volume. A panoply of Fall/Winter 2020-2021 fashion trends as eclectic as they are versatile, to be adapted to one's personality. In 2020, everything is delivered with just the right dose - that is to say, pick exactly what suits you from here and there to construct your style. New shoulders The leitmotif of the season, strong shoulders are making their big comeback. Dethroning rounded and square forms, triangular shapes now reign supreme - for a truly on-point look. From left to right: Alexander McQueen, Balenciaga, Rick Owens 


Bohemian chic A kind of easy-luxe hybrid of “hippy-tude” and bourgeoisie jet-set, resulting in chic elegance with a folky twist. Brilliantly highlighted with intricate precious embroidery and rich fabrics, the value of bohemian attitude is truly on the rise. From left to right : Etro, Celine, Chloé 


 Biker A variation on a theme that one definitely does not tire of. Whether it's Hell's Angel at Fendi, bourgeois motocross champion at Louis Vuitton or first class mechanic at Dior, this season we are racing in style. From left to right: Fendi, Louis Vuitton, Dior


Ruffles With a season steeped in romantic influences, frills are making their inevitable comeback. Whether on modern shirts or in the form of a refined bib with aristocratic airs, this pretty detail is enough to make any silhouette shine. From left to right : Celine, Chanel, Prada 


 Hardcore From a dominatrix look to chic combinations and corseted latex, this is the new feminine silhouette known as fashion fetishism. From left to right : Saint Laurent, Gucci, Richard Quinn


Silver Shine bright. Under an ultra-luxury inflection, the fashion this season is all about playing with silver with cascades of mesh, lamé, crystals and rhinestones. From left to right: Balenciaga, Paco Rabanne, Burberry 


Capes More than a trend… a recurrence. What's new for winter? An all-over, utterly bourgeois allure. From left to right : Isabel Marant, Givenchy, Valentino 


 Matrix Black leather is making an unapologetic comeback. Between black humor and a show-off attitude, the ghost of Keanu Reeves in The Matrix haunts the catwalks for a gothic, 1990s revival. From left to right : Miu Miu, Fendi, Paco Rabanne


 Color block Who says red and purple don't go together? Certainly not the on-trend designers of Fall/Winter 2020-2021. And why not throw in a shade of pink to sweeten it all up? Make it pop! From left to right : Saint Laurent, Bottega Veneta, Alberta Ferretti


 Maleficent An alchemy of darkness, plunged into the most opaque obscurity in a eulogy of the shadows: Maleficent makes one wonder. Is the evil Queen the ultimate inspiration of 2020? We saw it in our crystal ball. From left to right : Y/Project, Rick Owens, Balenciaga


 Extreme fringing The common thread of the Dior, Jil Sander and Prada shows was a display of long, fine fringing that unraveled to allow three distinct silhouettes to shine through: the night bird at Jil Sander, the powerful and liberated businesswoman at Prada, and the bohemian schoolgirl at Dior. From left to right : Dior, Jil Sander, Prada


 Dolls Whether dressed as a biker at Louis Vuitton, a Victorian at Gucci or a Queen of Hearts at Noir Kei Ninomiya, this season designers are playing a game of style that propels this childhood figure into a whole new dimension - that of enigmatic mystery. From left to right : Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Noir Kei Ninomiya


 Velvet night An untouchable classic and an endless source of inspiration, velvet is conquering the catwalks with total glamour with these three style variations on another great classic: the little black dress. From left to right : Celine, Chanel, Haider Ackermann


 Maxi coats Whether it's deconstructed bourgeois at Maison Margiela, sensual grand soir at Valentino or a brilliant military look at Loewe, the coat serves as a basis for new proportions. And extra-large is definitely in order. From left to right : Maison Margiela, Loewe, Valentino


Undressed This season’s headliner is the ultra-sexy look, in every form possible. On the runways, the trend comes into its own through a play on exposed lingerie that simultaneously advocates luxurious seduction and a desire to reveal the unknown. From left to right : Christopher Kane, Saint Laurent, Dolce & Gabbana 


Mini check Altogether, a vast and varied geometry of hypnotic checks makes a lasting impression and ticks all the boxes of a preppy season profile. From left to right: Givenchy, Gucci, Chloé