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10 TRENDS THAT WILL RULE SPRING/SUMMER 2020

Spring is not that far away, and one question I’ve been getting a lot on my Instagram account is, what are the biggest trends to look for this coming season? Well, I decided to make a list of 10 trends that will rule spring/summer 2020.

La primavera no está tan lejos, y una pregunta que me han hecho mucho en mi cuenta de Instagram es, ¿cuáles son las tendencias que se usarán en primavera? Decidí hacer una lista de 10 tendencias que marcarán la temporada primavera/verano 2020.

NEON // NEÓN

Jacquemus

SHORT SUITS // TRAJES CON SHORTS

Valentino (1)

TOTAL WHITE // BLANCO TOTAL

Ann Demeulemeester

WAISTCOATS // CHALECOS

Saint Laurent

TRENCH COATS // GABARDINAS

Alexander Wang

TOTAL DENIM // MEZCLILLA DE PIES A CABEZA

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TROPICAL PRINTS // PRINTS TROPICALES

Dolce Gabbana

TRANSPARENCIES // TRANSPARENCIAS

No21

MENSWEAR INSPIRED SHIRTS // CAMISAS DE INSPIRACIÓN MASCULINA

Valentino

70’s INSPIRED // INSPIRACIÓN SETENTERA

Gucci

 

 

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NYFW: LIU YONG X RISHIKENSH

Famed Chinese designer Liu Yong collaborated with Rishikensh on their Spring/Summer 2020 capsule, presenting an unapologetic streetwear collection that gave new meaning to the athleisure category.

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The collection was bold in color, tie-dye centric, yet very monochromatic. Redefining street style, the collection unfolded with neon blue, orange, and green jumpsuits, tank tops and t-shirts, layered with perforated-mesh overcoats and hoodies. Clear raincoats with neon piping accessorized several looks, allowing for the colorful silhouettes to breakthrough on the runway.

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The tie-dye process the designer abides by is less traditional than other brands, “We first make each look and then tie-dye the completed piece, using organic dye colors; where as many tie-dye the fabric before constructing the look.” the designer explained. Liu Yong even tie-dyed fleece hoodies and jackets and used a plethora of black dye, for a unique, monochromatic take on typical tie-dye style.

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Showcasing some pint-sized wear, but keeping the swag strong, kids rocked the runway with looks inspired by the womens and menswear. Graphic prints, knee high tube socks and cross body bags hit the runway – no minimum age required.

The designer presented a collection that truly exuberated confidence to a fully packed house at Spring Studios for the sixth day of NYFW.

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Liu Yong is regarded as one of the top 10 fashion designers in China; sitting on multiple boards for several Chinese fashion associations. He has been a respected consultant to many fashion groups in China for over 15 years; since the inception of his namesake brand.

The designer wanted to evoke athleisure as a feeling, a sense of slow fashion, by way of the apparel design and production process. Describing his streetwear, “Whether it’s yoga or dancing, you can do so in any of the designs – with a concentrated attitude. We use the softest cotton and other recycled textiles, so that our customer feels comfortable and concious” continued Yong.

 

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NYFW: SON JUNG WAN SPRING SUMMER 2020

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On September 7th , SON JUNG WAN debuted her luxurious Spring/Summer 2020 collection by telling the story of splendor meets retro with color, the collection highlighted the glamour of vintage wear in a modern twist.

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The collection featured embroidered dresses full of different layers of iridescent fabrics; a rose gold gown entwined with floral print, array of electric blue gowns, and a neon mint dress that screamed splendor.

 

During the show we were able to see that draped sillhouttes are big for next season, neons and pastels will be the go to colors come spring, satin, embroidered fabrics and metallics were the protagonists of this collection.

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Photo Credit: Rodin Banica

Hair: Jorge Luis for Gamma+ Italia Hairdryers & Flat Irons

Makeup: KimRose Eastburn for Bobbi Brown

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NYFW: EDGII SPRING SUMMER 2020

EDGII encourages girls to believe in and express their inner self – The EDGII girl is confident, brave and independent and should be celebrated.

EDGII found synergies with the “The Powerpuff Girls” personas which represent individuality and promote uniqueness – a girl does not have to fit into society’s mainstream standard of beauty, she can be who she wants to be.

Presented through the use of colors, patterns, details and materials coherent with the different Powerpuff girls, this latest EDGII collection offers and promotes diversity.

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Styling – Krisana Sotelo
Casting – Raymond Casas
Hair – Brendan O’Sullivan using Unite
Make-up – Liset Garza
Nails – Bernadette Thompson
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NYFW: DIRTY PINEAPPLE SPRING SUMMER 2020

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From the emotional journey lived through one or several relationships, emotional personas are born. Dirty Pineapple explores the idea that personas from past relationships are recycled through life with one’s different partners. They call it recycled love.

The vision of the recycled love concept is about objectifying yourself; the destruction of your ego just for the purpose of feeling; accepting the different roles and experiences in the performance of loving; the good and the bad reprocessed to generate a “new” you.

Hence we see the body print made of a collage of various body parts; fake layering print is the idea of different skins; Tie Die made out of words are the things you lose in relationships; with a smattering of the heady touch of Nude.

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Styling – Miguel Enamorado
Casting – Brent Chua
Hair – Cassandra Pena for AVEDA
Make Up – Maria Livingood for AVEDA
Shoes – Dr. Martens
Sunglasses – Cutler and Gross
Millinery – J.R Malpere/Commando
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NYFW: DAMOWANG SPRING SUMMER 2020

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DAMOWANG SS20 continues to take WU XIA, a representative culture in modern China, as a conflation of modern and traditional elements; contrasting the ever changing fashion trends with the reserved temperament of the contemporary independent woman. The end design is a fusion of the Chinese element of external grafting with the inner temperament devoid of symbolism where image and entity are intertwined.

There is no fixed boundary between WU XIA and the realm in which it resides. The image is a blend where ancient and modern are entangled. It is only with the help of modern design techniques and materials that the designer can rescue WU XIA from strangulation of contemporary culture.

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As a designer, Mr. Han Lei believes that people are living in fragments, and each fragment of reality is superposed into memory. The memory he uses in the SS20 Collection, is that of WU XIA. By adopting his usual splicing alongside other elements: the mixing and matching of layered fabrics, wool, flax, organza, coating, rope, animal texture, fishnet, sheepskin, meteor hammer, bamboo tube, headscarf, cloth bag, etc. All these elements play a crucial role in the DAMOWANG show, enabling the designer to specify his role in the virtual and real space of both the scene and image. The designer has turned the classical square plaid pattern, oversize shoulder-pads, various colors, the splicing and superimposition of different materials into a wonderful adhesive-collocating the ancient and modern elements in a new way. The extensive use of hat ornaments and shawls also adds to the erratic and elusive characteristics of WU XIA.

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Leveraging the positive feedback from the shoes co-branded with MYWANTS last season, the two designers increased collaboration this season by using classic elements of raw edges, worn-in stylesand splicing to deliver an array of flats, sneakers, boots and slippers with artistic and modern characteristics.

Another collaboration partner is MESHEEN on bags; reshaping life elements such as bamboo, ropes, and dim sum patterns, so as to extend the depth of DAMOWANG’s potential in fashion.

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TRYING SPRING SUMMER 2019 BEAUTY TRENDS

You have no idea for how long I’ve been wanting to do this post (a year!), and I’m finally,   FINALLY, doing this, I decided I’d try out seven beauty trends from the runways for this season, I actually picked some pretty bold ones cause we’re always so discrete with our make up, and I think we should be a bit more daring, so please keep reading to see my results!
 
 
No tienen idea desde hace cuánto tenía ganas de hacer esta entrada (¡un año!), y finalmente la estoy haciendo, decidí que probaría siete tendencias de belleza de la pasarela para esta temporada, elegí algunas que son muy atrevidas porque siento que siempre soy muy discreta con mi maquillaje, y creo que deberíamos ser más aventados con éste, así que ¡sigue leyendo para ver mis resultados!
 
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I NSPO: Rodarte SS 2019
LOOK BY: James Kaliardos
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INSPO: Kim Shui SS 2019
LOOK BY: Frankie Padron
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LOOK 3
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INSPO: Byblos SS 2019
LOOK BY: Lisa Eldridge
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LOOK 4
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INSPO: Aigner SS 2019
LOOK BY: Unknown
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LOOK 5

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INSPO: Giambattista Valli SS 2019
LOOK BY: Val Garland
HAIR BY: Paul Hanlon
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INSPO: Rochas SS 2019
LOOK BY: Lynsey Alexander
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LOOK 7
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INSPO: Valentino SS 2019
LOOK BY: Pat McGrath
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See also: FASHION MONTH: 7 BEAUTY TRENDS FOR SS19

UPDATE: Haz click aquí para verme creando estos looks en youtube.

SPRING SUMMER 2019 PERSONAL STYLE MOOD BOARD

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Hey there world! After a short absence, I’m back to share with you what I think will be my spring-summer 2019 style mood board, if you’ve been following me for a while now you probably know I love making these every season, and I think this time I’m in love with neutral/earthy tones, but black and white are still present, I’m loving them on polka dot patterns, and weirdly, I’m having something for pops of color especially in yellow (who would’ve thought!) and lilac.

¡Hola mundo! Después de una corta ausencia, estoy de vuelta para compartirles lo que creo será mi tablero de inspiración para primavera-verano 2019, si me has estado leyendo desde hace tiempo, sabrás que me encanta armar estos cada temporada, y creo que en esta ocasión estoy enamorada de los tonos neutros y terrosos, pero el blanco y negro siguen presentes, me encantan en estampados de lunares, y extrañamente, me están gustando los toques de color en amarillo (¡quién diría!) y lila.

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FASHION MONTH: 7 BEAUTY TRENDS FOR SS19

It seems like we are already yearning for warmer days, but it doesn’t look like we’ll be seeing them any time soon, and since we’re probably already tired of winter dressing and looking forward to lighter outfits, I thought I’d bring you something to inject some summer vibes to your days until we do get those much desired sunny days and spring-y outfits, and that is, spring make up trends you can try since now.

Parece ser que ya morimos por días más cálidos, pero no parece que vayan a llegar pronto, y como estoy segura de que probablemente ya están hartos de la ropa invernal y deseosos de outfits más ligeros, pensé en compartirles algo para inyectarle un poco de vibras veraniegas a tus días en lo que nos llegan esos muy deseados días soleados de outfits primaverales, esto es, tendencias de maquillaje para primavera que puedes empezar a probar desde ya.

BRIGHTLY COLORED LIDS

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Super saturated lids with the brightest of hues are all the rage this season, try it on eyeshadow, eyeliner and even your mascara, pro tip, stick to one shade, unless you’re feeling adventurous and want to try the watercolor shades we saw at Lanyu.

Párpados super saturados con los tonos más brillantes son lo máximo esta temporada, pruébalos en sombra, delineador y hasta rímel, pro tip, elige un solo color, a menos que te sientas valiente y quieras probar la onda acuarela que vimos en el show de Lanyu.

GLITTER LIDS

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Glitter is not only for this past holiday season or toddlers, wear it this spring as eyeshadow for either day or night time, just make sure to keep the rest of your makeup minimal.

El glitter no es sólo para esta pasada época navideña o las niñas de cinco años, úsalo esta primavera como sombra para el día o noche, sólo asegúrate de mantener el resto de tu maquillaje mínimo.

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This season is all about showing off your beautiful natural complection, nice “makeupless” looks that showcase healthy and dewy skin are absolutely a must try this coming spring.

Esta temporada se trata de mostrar tu bella complexión natural, looks “sin maquillaje” que hagan lucir la piel saludable e hidratada son un must esta próxima primavera.

SUBTLE EYESHADOW AND PINK LIPS

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Keeping with the more natural line we’re following this season, looks that give a little bit of color to the eyelids and cheeks are perfect for daytime, top it off with some pink lips and you’re good to go.

Continuando con la línea más natural que estamos siguiendo esta temporada, looks que le dan un poco de color a los párpados y mejillas son perfectos para el día, complementalos con un labial rosado y estás lista.

SMOKEY EYES

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Seems like the smokey eye isn’t going anywhere, so make sure to try it for some night time ocasions, just, as always, make sure to keep your lips natural and the rest of your make up minimal.

Parece ser que los ojos ahumados no se van a ningún lugar, así que asegúrate de llevarlo en algún evento de noche, solo recuerda, como siempre, mantener tus labios naturales y el resto de tu maquillaje simple.

BOLD RED LIPS

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One of my favorites, minimal make up, groomed brows, subtle blush and a bright bold red lip that will instantly make you look more put together, this is my go to for those days when I don’t have the time to do my whole face and I still want/need to look like I made an effort.

Uno de mis favoritos, maquillaje mínimo, cejas arregladas, rubor sutil y un labial rojo y brillante que instantáneamente te hará ver más arreglada, es mi go to para esos días en los que no tengo tiempo de maquillarme por completo y quiero/necesito lucir como que le eché ganas.

GRAPHIC EYELINER

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Probably one of the most daunting looks, this is not for the faint of heart, but it will certainly make an impact, it can be as toned down as the graphic cat eye we saw at Rochas or as bold as the graffiti inspired looks at Dior.

Probablemente uno de los looks más retadores, no es para los tímidos, pero sin duda este logrará crear un impacto, puede ser tan leve como el cat eye gráfico que vimos en Rochas o tan aventado como los looks inspirados en el graffiti de Dior.

NYFW: HOUSE OF NONIE

Out of the shows I was able and blessed enough to attend this season I think Nonie’s was my favorite, why? Well, because I identified myself deeply with it’s aesthetic, the Canadian brand is known for its impeccable construction and its feminine lines.

De todos los shows a los que pude asistir esta temporada, creo que el de Nonie fue mi favorito, ¿por qué? Porque me identifiqué con su estética, la marca Canadiense es conocida por su construcción impecable, sastreada y de líneas femeninas.

The collection was inspired by Indian design and we were able to see plenty of transparencies, draped silhouttes and lots of sheen in the form of satin, I loved how you can see the resemblance to classical Indian pieces with a touch of softness, nonchalance and the modern woman. There’s use of bright colors that are key to Indian dressing, yes, but just small pops of it here and there, mantaining most of the collection monochrome and minimal.

La coleccion fue inspirada por el diseño Hindú y pudimos ver muchas transparencias, siluetas drapeadas y mucho brillo en la forma de satín, me encantó como puedes ver cierta alución a piezas clasicas hindús con un toque de suavidad, desenfado y modernidad. Hay uso de colores brillantes, que son clave en el vestido hindú, sí, pero solo pequeños toques aquí y allá, manteniendo la mayoría de la colección monocromática y minimalista.