In Pictures: Hottest Fall Trends of Fashion Week Runways

With New York, London, and Milan fashion weeks behind us, we’re entering the opening of Paris fashion week with many standout trends. These highlighted trends are reacquiring in the runways from Fendi to Chanel, dominating the fashion scene. The wide-range includes colors, textures, patterns and cuts that people can’t stop talking about. You can take fall-inspired ideas straight from the runway to your wardrobe by adding selected pieces. 

Smart suits

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The power suits are showing up more relaxed and stylish this season. Skirt suits and over-sized slouchy pant suits are coming in all colours and fabrics.

Asymmetrical neckline

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We’re leaving the puff sleeve and off-shoulder trend for a asymmetrical necklines. Wore as tops or dresses, the trend is perfect for adding a settle should of sexiness by showing on shoulder.

Animal prints

Animal prints have been around for seasons now, evolving from leopard to tiger, zebra and more. They are greatly worn as a printed blouse or skirt under a plain fall coat.

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Bright colors

Jewel tones are making major pop of colors this season, mostly pink, blue and yellow. The settle twist on the neon trend makes it much easier to rock and a great way to break the dark fall tones.

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Tie dye

The 90’s tie-dye trend has resyrfaced from the archives to the fashion week runways! The hippie-inspired trend is perfect for streetwear and it’s recreated in many sophisticated ways from silk gown to sweatsuits.


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Purple is officially the color of this fall season, and it fits right in. The deep vampy luxurious colour is screaming royalty. Rich wine tunes are the new black and an easy must-wear for anyone.


Similar to animal print and texture, patchwork is dominating the runways. The mix-match shapes and patterns come in all forms from knitwear to leather.

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Leather is the new knitwear, and it’s been in almost every runway. Shiny black leather pants are also a seasonal essential at this point. Many high-end runways are rocking the leather-on-leather look in all colours and patterns.


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Texture has been present all of 2019 and following through fall. The trend is easily worn in coats and it adds a stylish touch without overdoing shape or colour.

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