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Fashion Trends That Are Coming Back In 2020

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Fashion trends always works in cycles. Partly because tastes change, and partly because every generation draws on aesthetic inspiration from past generations, fads come and go. 

There are lots of fashions we all bet we’d never see again in stores, but today they are back to prove us wrong and show us just how cute and relevant they can be again. Here are some fashion trends that were too good to be put to rest and are making a comeback today in 2020.

 

 1. Plaids

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Long live grunge. The iconic early 90s style is making a comeback in bold plaids. Both guys and gals can get into this one, and you get extra points if the plaid is flannel. Apparently the muted and minimalist tones of grays, browns, and taupes are being tossed to the wayside for loud colors and fun prints. For a pattern, plaid has been remarkably successful. It’s one of the most widespread, recognizable and ubiquitous designs in the world, coming in almost every color and shade under the sun. In recent years, however, plaid has had such a strong resurgence that in some places you would be hard-pressed to look around and not see at least one person wearing checked plaid.

 

2. Wide Leg Pants

We’ve seen them come and go in the past few years, but this season wide-leg pants are here to stay. Whether they hit midcalf, ankle, or floor-length, these roomy pants can be worn anywhere from the office to a night out, and are perfect for the girl who’s so over skinny jeans. Whether flared or just billowy, more generously proportioned legs are on the uptick. Otherwise referred to as palazzo pants, these seriously spacious bottoms have been seen on the streets and runways this spring. Go ahead, try a simple solid-colored pair for a super-polished work look or opt from many other super stylish looks.

 

3. Choker Necklaces

A choker is a close-fitting necklace worn around the neck. Chokers can be made of a variety of materials, including velvet, plastic, beads, latex, leather, metal, such as silver, gold or platinum etc. Chokers were the de-facto neck accoutrement in the 90s, and everyone wore them. Now they’re making a comeback, though women are still a little slow to jump on the trend. Just about every female pop star sported chokers in the 1900s which added the perfect dose of edginess to the sassy crop-top wearing singers. This accessory is back in stock at all major stores and is bringing the 90s back to life for us all.

 

4. Ripped Denim

Ripped jeans are denim jeans with tear or rips, often on the knees but possibly in other locations on the pant. They were popular in the late 1980s during the hard rock/heavy metal era and in the 1990s and 2000s during the grunge era. This one makes a comeback every 5-10 years it seems. The humble and everyday denim gets a fashion makeover – patchworked, ruffled, torn and given all sorts of new treatment. In the 80s, every pair of jeans had the knees blown out, and now things are swinging back in that direction. Who doesn’t like a little breeze on your skin when you’re wearing long pants?

 

5. Round Glasses

A monocle is a type of corrective lens used to correct or enhance the vision in only one eye. It consists of a circular lens, generally with a wire ring around the circumference that can be attached to a string or wire. Circular frames have been creeping back into style slowly but surely for a couple of years now. This trend originated in the 1920s and made a comeback in the 70s largely due to the influence of folks like John Lennon and Janis Joplin. In 2019 we are seeing them again, and it’s a delightful blast from the past.

 

6. Scrunchies

Tight, elastic hair bands are starting to be swapped out for a softer, more delicate option from the past – scrunchies! Scrunchies are back and seem to be a hit among celebrities and the masses, and for good reason! These hair ties are much better for your hair health than elastic hair bands. They create less friction and breakage on hair and are less likely to leave bends in hair from being tied up. Plus, they’re back in style! It’s a win-win.

 

7. Psychedelic Florals

Sure, classic and feminine is still cool, but for 2020, the floral print is getting a small makeover. Options will be full of bright, vibrant colors and appear more abstract, giving outfits a groovy little twist. You can’t really go wrong with a floral accent or two in a room. They are beautiful and feminine instead of bold and gaudy.  Additionally, it is youthful and timeless in its elegance. The classic print has again taken center stage this year. It has become ever more modern and elegant, with such cool, vibrant colours. Don’t be afraid to try something new this spring and start wearing the floral print.

 

8. Exaggerated Collars

Exaggerated and feminine collars, which hark back to another trend of the 1960s and 1970s, are poised to make a major comeback. The trend was on show on the runways of Spring/Summer 2020 Fashion Week this past fall, and the look is already beginning to pop up in street style looks. Every so often, different collar styles are added into the rotation (remember the child-like Peter Pan look of 2010?). This year’s version is long and pointy, and will no doubt give ensembles a little something extra when layered under blazers and sweaters. This is going to the most favorite among the fashion trends for sure.

 

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Vogue Italia’s First Ever Blank Cover

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VOGUE Italia’s April Issue signifies rebirth, light after darkness & space to think. The cover was designed by Vogue Italia’s creative director Ferdinando Verderi. There were a plethora of images to choose from, white does not signify the lack of any, it signifies many at the same time.

White is the colour of the uniforms worn by those who are putting their lives on risk to save ours during this time, said the Editor in chief. He highlighted Vogue’s journey through the years. It has seen wars, crises & acts of terrorism. It is not in Vogue’s DNA to turn its face away from crises.

 

“Some people say that the raison d’être of Vogue is to entertain- to offer a few hours of divertissement to those who leaf through its pages. I don’t know about that.” – Emanuele Farneti

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“In times like this, we felt that a silent cover would speak louder than any word or image. It’s a universal message of purity, strength, respect, and hope. Yet behind the silence of this cover, a very lively and personal issue of Vogue Italia comes to life. More than 40 artists and friends welcomed the challenge to contribute from their own quarantines. We personally asked each artist to “stay true to the constraints that we are all sharing in these difficult times, creating simple, honest images”, and to depict the fashion “in a way that most reflects their personal moment, with nothing else in mind.” It’s fair to say that the resulting images depict the widest range of emotions, that seen together create a long distance community effort that becomes an important visual document of the times we are living. Ultimately, it’s an expression of what Emanuele and I believe Vogue Italia should aim to: talking about the world through fashion.” @FerdinandoVerderi. #FarAwaySoClose #imagine #WhiteCanvas — Editor in chief @EFarneti Creative director @FerdinandoVerderi Artwork @FerdinandoVerderi for Vogue Italia

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Vogue Italia’s aim: Everyone Far Away, Nobody Alone

The issue will have a very personal and lively touch to it. Forty artists have contributed to the magazine in the most Quarantine-True way possible. These artists are from all around the world. This signifies Vogue Italia’s implicit aim: “talking about the world through fashion” . The world is under a lockdown but nobody should be facing it alone.

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Far Away So Close. For our April issue we mustered our community. Over 40 artists, scattered around the world and in full lockdown, have made themselves available in their own homes to create a snapshot of the new world – everyone far away, nobody alone. @DavidSimsofficial: “It subtly describes part of the situation I/we are all in. The lack of facility to move and work in the normal way. The internet is the landscape we can explore. Roving around it looking for a residue of what we once had.” Discover the full Far Away So Close portfolio in our April Issue on newsstands next Friday 10th. #FarAwaySoClose #imagine #WhiteCanvas — Editor in chief @EFarneti Creative director @FerdinandoVerderi

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Where brands all over the world are being criticised for being opportunistic in these times, Vogue Italia has hemmed in humanity into its work.

 

The pictures aptly represent the situation. No means of moving out for the artists and how they are dealing with Quarantine.

Steve Klein’s image has been one of the most meaningful ones so far. The image shows him holding the braided tail of a horse that passed away. It shows him “bowing down to humanity” to acknowledge the damage done to the planet in human history.

Vogue Italia’s April issue might not be as vibrant on the surface, however, it’s teeming with raw creativity. (more…)

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We Are Musing Over Priyanka Chopra’s Tatler Magazine Cover Looks

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The Global-Desi Diva, Priyanka Chopra turned up as the cover girl of Tatler Magazine in the midst of lockdown and undoubtedly, she is delivering the best of high-class glamour and oomph factor. Scroll down to see the pictures from the cover:

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While the world is in quarantine, these pictures are something to muse over during the lockdown. The ultimate first look of the cover shows Priyanka in her royal look. She poses in a golden gown with more emphasize on the sleeves done in golden motifs and intricate embroidery, just like an 18th century regal look.

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The second one is a jaw-dropping look. The frills in her off-white gown and black gloves somehow reminds me of ‘Rose’ from Titanic. The hairdo gives the royalty vibes.

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The third look reminds me of Audrey Hepburn!! The black and white fur jacket with the addition of the black net gloves completes the aesthetics of the look. On top of it, I love her hairdo: hair tied in a messy bun with a black knitted hair accessory. A classic look straight from a Hollywood movie, Ooh la la!

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Desi girl gives us major turban goals in this picture. This is just like cutting across boundaries! She also rocks the black one-shoulder dress with purple gloves.

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This look takes me back to the era of 60s! The hairdo that is OTT and dramatic is completed with the winger eyeliner. The neckpiece completes the close-up shot perfectly!

Defo, just love these looks of Priyanka Chopra from Tatler Magazine!

You may also like, Cosmo India launches work from Home issue.

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Cosmo India Launches Work From Home Issue

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With the quarantine period and the lockdown testing our patience and sometimes getting on nerves. It is really important to keep ourselves busy in work or artistic things. And in this war, even the big names of the magazine world are coming with the best of ideas so as to keep themselves involved.  They’re not just wasting this time, which would rather prove fruitful when all of this ends. One such example is Cosmo India!

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Cosmopolitan India, the world’s biggest selling magazine has come up with a unique and exceptional Made At Home cover. Created by Sobhita Dhulipala, the Made in Heaven fame. This remotely-shot-cover is meant to celebrate the emotions of collaboration, and the details of style, concept was altogether put by Sobhita herself, in association with team Cosmo. The celebrity on the cover page too is this Made in Heaven actress who has come so forward when it comes to work. It is the first of its kind, first of the issue of Work from Home.

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Over the next few days, Cosmo India is on its way
to publish all kinds of digital-exclusive content on issues that echo the thoughts and feelings that we are all going through in this tough time. The company is all set to publish this on all of their social media assets and on its website too.

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Several posts have come up on the Instagram page of Nandini Bhalla, the Editor of Cosmopolitan India.  Additionally, she has written about the whole concept and the journey towards this project of #WorkFromHome issue.

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She mentions how the whole team has been working
overtime on this special project since the last 11 days. Also, describes how the project is related to their special way of reaching the audience through a series of videos. Featuring everyday feelings of love, life and hope and that too in the tough time that the world is going through. Furthermore, mentioning about how digital series is a proof that humans can face any disaster coming in their way through the power of unity and togetherness. She shares how thrill is about the fact that various distinct talented celebrities, influencers and the content creators have come together. Particularly, to create this masterpiece for the Cosmo India. This will be unveiled on the social media page of the magazine in the next few days.

 

For more, checkout what your favourite celebrities are upto-Priyanka chopra slaying the fashion game!

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