What’s trending in 2019

Keep them in your closet for the upcoming year
By Helena Saadeh
December 28, 2018


You might want to take care of those leather items you have now because you’ll need them in 2019. Even though leather is a timeless fabric, it all depends on what you associate it with, this is what Alexander McQueen taught us on his Spring 2019 runway

Slip Dress

The brand Zadig & Voltaire seems to agree that comfort is key in fashion. Slip dresses are back and we are loving them. Comfort can in different shapes and well, patterns. The seasoning of next year’s trends is uneven patterns and fabrics.  

Simple and Chic

Less is more with Stella McCartney Spring 2019’s ready to wear! The secret here is to choose one fabric and color and then you add simple details to it. These can be flowers, sparkles, or another fabric, but simplicity is key: do not overthink it and go extravaganza.

Art on Jackets

Fashion is a reflection of oneself, so you might as well make the best out of this art. Louis Vuitton brought back art on jackets in a spectacular way that we already want to try it. White seems to take over the following year’s trends with words and drawings to shape up the game.

Wide Sleeves

This is almost seen on every runway! We choose the Chloé wide arm t-shirt because not only wide sleeves are a must in 2019, but also its mix and match with other patterns and statement belts. Wide sleeves are great in all seasons and they spice up the plain sleeve game. The secret lies within the form of the outfit more than in its ornaments.

One-sided Skirt

Carolina Herrera gave this trend a whole new meaning whit its fabric and colors. The 2019 spring show had us all waiting for the season to try the outfits. Knee boots pop up the one-sided open skirt, especially that the white crop top has ribbons in its lower side to balance the shape.



Who wore Roberto Cavalli better?
  • Sharon Stone (2013)
  • Bella Hadid (2019)