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Now that 2019 is drawing to a close, it is time to take stock of the fashion trends that marked the year. The 1990s was a key theme, often present on the runways and on the shelves of major retailers, with plenty of flashy colors, sportswear looks and kitsch accessories. Cycling shorts, fluorescent hues and logos, also inspired by the final decade of the 20th century, were updated to suit contemporary tastes by today’s designers.
Here is a look back in pictures on 10 major trends seen on the catwalks in 2019.
Cycling shorts by Blumarine, Roberto Cavalli and Fila for the 2019 spring-summer season
Fluorescent green and yellow by Emporio Armani, Cristiano Burani and Off-White for the 2019 spring-summer season
Denim by Marco De Vincenzo, Isabel Marant and Balmain for the 2019 spring-summer season
Disco looks by Roberto Cavalli, Isabel Marant and Annakiki for the 2019 spring-summer season
Pink by Mark Fast, Molly Goddard and MSGM for the 2019 fall-winter season
Pleats by Longchamp, Alberta Ferretti and Fendi for the 2019 fall-winter season
Animal prints by Blumarine, Billionaire by Philipp Plein and Saint Laurent for the 2019 fall-winter season.
All-over flowers by Prada, Vivetta and Dries Van Noten for the 2019 fall-winter season
Masculine-feminine suits by Tom Ford, Annakiki and Zadig & Voltaire for the 2019 fall-winter season
Oversized shoulders by Isabel Marant, David Koma and Saint Laurent for the 2019 fall-winter season