New fashion trends come and go and as 2020 comes to a close, new designs are on the rise and a few older styles are coming back. To get a glimpse of what’s to come in the coming year, Adam Edelberg, the Russian Fashion Designer gave views on his predictions for the trends we’ll be witnessing in the world of fashion and design everywhere.
1. The popularity of throwbacks and revivals
As someone who has been in the industry for many years now, Edelberg says, the year 2019 and 2020 have been all about moments that made call backs to the past. Whether it was JLO wearing the infamous Versace Jungle Dress in Milan or Gucci looking back in time with their perfume campaign. Similar to the fashion industry, the designer also believes that in the coming year, the entertainment industry, too, is most likely to see an even bigger trend towards revivals and nostalgia, with the cast of FRIENDS said to be filming a comeback for the next year.
2. Highlighter hues
In continuation to the ongoing trend, Edelberg shares the coming few years, too, will retain and embrace a whole of enthusiasm for neon shades. Not only that, he adds, the richly pigmented pastels will also attain a lot of demand, as well as high contrast white and black, shot through with a touch of electric color. “From runway shows to Hollywood A-listers, we’ll witness striking looks adorned in a single neon shade from top to toe or range color clashes emitting vibrancy in abundance,” shared Edelberg.
3. Appearance of leather
In Edelberg’s viewpoint, leather, though, has always sustained, but will now come out even stronger and bolder in just about every form of clothing. From dresses to shorts, pants to trench coats, leather is going to be everywhere, according to the designer. He said we’ll be also be seeing leather in a broad range of colors, which will certainly give the trend a fresh, edgy look.
4. Polka-dots will shine through
2019 and 2020 were the years of leopard prints, but the new year will bring playful polka-dot designs into the mix, shares Edelberg. He adds he’s already witnessing a lot of feminine blouses and dresses covered in dots and going forward, fashion enthusiasts can expect to see designers blending polka dots with bold colors or other prints.
Other than these trends, Edelberg says we can get to see flared cuts and psychedelic prints from the 1960s everywhere. On a concluding note, he adds, “All the extravaganza that has ruled the fashion world so far will now take a back seat and new, easy-to-handle styles will take the lead. Comfort is and will continue to be the priority for all.”