Fashion in the 1990s brought forth a youth movement and offered carefree styles that dabbled in rebellion. Grunge and minimalism were the main trends of the decade with hip-hop and “sexy schoolgirl” styles also trending. Designers such as Marc Jacobs and Alexander McQueen pioneered grunge and took inspiration from the gritty streets. Supermodels were traded in for a new breed of waif models with Kate Moss, and her “heroin chic” look, leading the pack. Everyone wanted to emulate Moss’s “too cool to care” style, and fashion featured this attitude. Music and fashion also went together as fans copied the unique styles of their musical idols. 

Every year Pinterest compiles a handy list of emerging search terms that it predicts will be the major trends over the following 12 months. The company released its Pinterest 100 report last December, forecasting what people on the internet (and on its platform) will likely be engaging with in 2019, based on its users' search data and behavior. It covers everything from travel and food to home decor and, yes, beauty and fashion. On the apparel and accessories fronts, it predicted that trends like statement sneakers, bike shorts, and snake prints would rule—something that, as we near the end of 2019, has been confirmed by Fashion Week, street style, and celebrity outfits. Ahead, we break down Pinterest's top 10 fashion trends for 2019, and all the ways you can shop ’em before 2020. 

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Break out your steamer, because satin is back in a big way. Versace brought back their '90s satin dresses, updating them in neon hues with contrasting lace edges. Christopher Kane, Off-White and Brandon Maxwell also got on the satin trend with bright evening wear that is more than your average slip. The silky look makes sense for formal events, but make it work for an average day at the office with a button-down shirt.

Because of brands like Chanel and Prada, quilting has become closely associated with designer brands, especially quilted leather for accessories like shoes and handbags. When it comes to fabrics, however, quilting (a technique of sewing two or three pieces of fabric together to make a padded, warm item) is associated with blankets or upholstery. Well, not so for the fall/ winter 2019 fashion trends, when the quilting technique was used for some gorgeous creations.

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Designers seemed to mind meld around suit styling: it's all about the belt. Blazers came with built-in cinchers at Prada, and Marni contrasted gray suits with heavy chains. Follow their lead and nip the waist on all your suits, oversized and otherwise. The best part about this trend is that you don't need to invest in the jacket—simply buy a cute new belt and style it accordingly.

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Style Notes: As modeled here by Victoria Beckham, pedal pushers weren't shorts or trousers, and they definitely weren't cropped kick flares. They sat somewhere in a tasteless no-man's land that accentuated your thighs and made your legs look short by cutting them off in the middle. Very popular at Tammy Girl. These were filed under "never to wear again," but influencers have been experimenting once more…
Platform sneakers were definitely for those who loved the comfort of sneakers but still wanted to look six inches taller — Baby Spice was a huge fan. Gucci helped bring the '90s trend back with its multicolor striped platform sneakers (pictured here), along with brands like Superga, Converse, and Vans, which also offer platform versions of their popular shoes.
The point is: If you look great, you feel great, and we can't think of a better way of starting off a new year than to feel confident walking into the world with an all-new wardrobe. With that in mind, here are the surging trends we think you should consider for 2019. Who knows? They may become part of your signature new look. And to see what trends you should avoid bringing into 2019, check out The Biggest Fashion Misses of 2018.
There is something comforting about patchwork designs. They might be a little tough to wear, since they can appear raggedy or old-fashioned, but they bring to mind comforting thoughts about lovingly crafted throw blankets somehow combined with a punk rock aesthetic. With meditations on what it means to reuse and upcycle as well as on intersections of identities, it was no surprise to see patchworks as part of the fall 2019 runway trends.
It seems that next summer is going to be all about showing off your pins with plenty of designers sending the tiniest of shorts down the catwalk. While Chanel paired jersey hotpants with tights, Etro gave the trend an officewear spin, Saint Laurent and Brandon Maxwell betted on leather and Isabel Marant, Ferretti and Givenchy made a case for the denim cut-off comeback.

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Designers are digging in their luxury heels when it comes to the almighty dot—simply put, the trend shows no sign of slowing. The innovative duo that is Dries Van Noten and Christian Lacroix found a place for the polka dot on a maxi skirt-and-simple tank pairing, topped off with a head feather, while Balmain embraced volume for the enchanting print, and Wes Gordon at Carolina Herrera went fitted, '90s, and sheer for one of his takes on dots.
Tonal dressing has been gaining momentum in recent seasons and SS20 favoured top-to-toe white. Gabriela Hearst, Victoria Beckham, Ralph & Russo and Tom Ford layered up the white suit, while Pierpaolo Piccoli made the entire first section of the Valentino show stark white. Chanel, Pyer Moss and Off-White also used the colour heavily throughout their spring collections. Tricky to keep clean perhaps, but surely the most effortless way to look chic for the new season.
Crochet is getting a cool update come spring. Think ultra-feminine dresses, polished suiting, and eveningwear that feels modern with a special touch of Grandma’s handmade crochet. As the fashion industry looks for ways to become more sustainable, there’s something special about a “trend” that embraces a slow, handmade technique that can be passed down generation after generation—à la that treasured family heirloom that lasts forever.
Supermodels like Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss catapulted the slip dress to new levels of infamy in the '90s. It's no secret that the last decade of the 20th century was all about minimalism in every sense of the word. But this '90s fashion trend proved just how minimal style could truly go. Slip dresses left little to the imagination, hugging every curve.

You could call it the Tarantino effect as numerous designers harked back to the late '60s/early '70s with a free spirited take on their collections. From Alberta Ferretti's retro suede to Fendi's psychedelic touches and Rixo's full-blown recreation of Woodstock, the style icon for SS20 might just be found at the Once Upon A Time In Hollywood ranch.

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If you weren’t rocking a grunge or minimalistic style in the ’90s, you were probably sporting a hip-hop outfit. Popular in urban areas, hip-hop fashion was represented by overside, loose silhouettes, casual fabrics, and sports details. Like grunge, the style corresponded with the music genre of the same name. As such, hip-hop stars were icons of this style and provided the best outfit inspiration.

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The inspiration for Michael Kors’ fall runway came from his days partying at the famous Studio 54, the logo of which he secured for the collection. The styling was as Seventies as it gets, as models were clad in long, belted dresses, earth-toned leather, neckerchiefs, with their hair styled to look big and fluffy. One model was clearly styled after Diana Ross, in a shimmery purple dress, big boa, and gorgeous curls.
The inspiration for Michael Kors’ fall runway came from his days partying at the famous Studio 54, the logo of which he secured for the collection. The styling was as Seventies as it gets, as models were clad in long, belted dresses, earth-toned leather, neckerchiefs, with their hair styled to look big and fluffy. One model was clearly styled after Diana Ross, in a shimmery purple dress, big boa, and gorgeous curls.
Designers are digging in their luxury heels when it comes to the almighty dot—simply put, the trend shows no sign of slowing. The innovative duo that is Dries Van Noten and Christian Lacroix found a place for the polka dot on a maxi skirt-and-simple tank pairing, topped off with a head feather, while Balmain embraced volume for the enchanting print, and Wes Gordon at Carolina Herrera went fitted, '90s, and sheer for one of his takes on dots.
Ultra Violet may be the Pantone Colour of the Year for 2018, but street style stars preferred a softer take on the trend this season. Rocking a range of shades from the lavender family, fashionistas proved that light purple is seriously stylish. Whether worn in the form of boots, dresses, coats or even head-to-toe ensembles, the flattering and feminine colour added a lovely touch to looks. Try it for yourself if you’re after something subtle yet exciting.
They may have been the go-to pants of Gap employees, accountants, and pretty much everyone's dad in decades prior, but in the 1990s, chinos had their moment in the sun. Whether worn baggy or fitted and cuffed, these former hallmarks of square style were suddenly cool in the '90s. Presumably, we have James Van Der Beek and the cast of Dawson's Creek to thank for that.
Ripped pants, band Ts, layers upon layers of textured denim and plaid, and intimidating Doc Martens were all elements in what lead to a perfect 2019 take on Nineties grunge at R13. At Paco Rabanne, the Nineties inspiration, which was admittedly combined with ‘70s elements, showed through in copious camisole dresses, often layered over T-shirts or long-sleeved shirts à la Kate Moss, or leopard print coats, also à la ‘90s Kate Moss.
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Pleats are something that will always come and go, with the fall/ winter 2019-2020 fashion trends marking their return in the form of skirts – much more sensible than last season’s pleated blouses, we must say. You don’t have to buy a new designer garment, you’ve probably already had a pleated skirt sitting in the back of the closet ready to be Konmari’d. Now, you don’t have to give it away – this coming autumn it will spark joy yet again!
This season, street style stars let their animal instincts take over with bold and wild prints. In particular, loud leopard print was a favourite amongst the fashionistas and appeared on a variety of garments, including pants, coats, dresses, suits, and more. To follow the lead of these chic ladies and unleash your own inner jungle cat, choose strong and striking designs with bold and bright colours. Alternatively, consider an all-over leopard print look with matching separates or a dress/jumpsuit. You can even add a leopard print bag or shoes if you’re feeling playful.
The saying “what goes around comes around” may be intended to describe karma but it also works perfectly to explain the cycle of fashion. Trends and styles that were once considered modern and daring become old and ugly, only to be reborn and re-worn decades later. And that cycle seems to be turning quicker than ever. Less than 20 years later, fashion that was considered cool in the ’90s is cool once again. Whether it’s on the catwalk, on the street or in the stores, ’90s trends are appearing everywhere. So, embrace those crop tops, chokers, and Doc Martens, and we’ll show you the modern way to rock them. Here is our guide to ’90s fashion and how to wear it today.

Two words: Carrie Bradshaw. We can't even begin to count how many trends Sarah Jessica Parker's character singlehandedly started in the late '90s, but many of the world's most well-known fashion brands (we're looking at you, Manolo Blahnik) owe her quite a bit of thanks. Here, three years before the premiere of Sex and the City, Parker preluded Bradshaw with this pink, feathery ensemble.
Gender play at Vaquera consisted of male models in suede skirts, and comfy, oversized, and even ridiculously oversized garments, including a series of items made to look like a child playing in their dad’s blazers or button-up shirts. A collection of alt and gender non-conforming models at Gypsy Sport hammered home a message of inclusivity and body positivity, while also showcasing some of the sexiest lingerie of the season.

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The point is: If you look great, you feel great, and we can't think of a better way of starting off a new year than to feel confident walking into the world with an all-new wardrobe. With that in mind, here are the surging trends we think you should consider for 2019. Who knows? They may become part of your signature new look. And to see what trends you should avoid bringing into 2019, check out The Biggest Fashion Misses of 2018.


Penny loafers, a shoe once largely associated with school uniforms, took a turn for the trendy in the 1990s. In addition to the classic brown leather slip-on style, penny loafers were transformed by designers in the 1990s with the addition of buckles and chunky platform heels. They were frequently paired with babydoll dresses, that is, if you were super cool.
The jumpsuit that most exemplifies this trend for me is the brown one that opened up the Emilia Wickstead show. The elegant tailoring on it, the simple leather belt, and the way the cuffs were slightly rolled up on the pants looked as sophisticated as can be. A similar light blue jumpsuit that came up later in the show also measured up to the same standard of elegance.
The jumpsuit that most exemplifies this trend for me is the brown one that opened up the Emilia Wickstead show. The elegant tailoring on it, the simple leather belt, and the way the cuffs were slightly rolled up on the pants looked as sophisticated as can be. A similar light blue jumpsuit that came up later in the show also measured up to the same standard of elegance.
After looking at all the fall 2019 collections my coats started to feel so...short. Tory Burch, Max Mara and others presented longline coats that will provide extra warmth this winter. These longline coats aren't your typical lightweight dusters either. Instead, find them super structured and made of heavy wool. Basloe agrees, noting that fall is all about the statement coat. "A coat with some kind of drama is a must-have for fall," she said, suggesting a bright yellow puffer that skims your ankles.
A bit of extra fabric at the top of the sleeve at Koché created an effect that was somehow both structured and slouchy. It was all about the way the fabric extended the shoulders and fell sharply, which appeared powerful but not rigid. There were a few other clever instances where shoulders were made stronger thanks to subtle sewing techniques that kept things from looking bulky.

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