Keep scrolling to find our Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2020 coverage, including backstage beauty, what to wear now, street-style snaps and more. And don't forget to check back in February for all the latest news on the next season as a fresh batch of trends rolls in for Fall/Winter 2020.
Don't wait until spring to snag our favorite trends of the season.
Saturated from head to toe.
To Dye For
Psychedelic designs hit their stride.
The cross-functional pattern continues its reign.
Own the room in sharp suiting.
Fall's favorite shoe reaches new heights.
These dresses and skirts really go the distance.
Twist & Shout
Pretty, practical plaits add youthful verve to your look.
Eyes Wide Open
Freeform artistry gives the windows to your soul even more impact.
Send a message without saying a word in bold classics and unexpected shades.
The comfort and warmth of a sweater merge with the style and sophistication of a dress. For a fresh take on the two-for-one staple, look to the striped numbers on Altuzarra's runway. Cast the final stitch on this cool-weather ensemble with a statement pendant and tall, sleek boots.
This classic silhouette is the perfect item to keep in your arsenal for every season. The longer, the better—and layered over favorites like a chunky knit sweater. Keep it neutral but still fierce with animal-print shoes and a soft tote.
Chic & Easy
When it comes to laid-back beauty, no one does it better than style icon Jane Birkin. Her signature air-dried waves and minimalist approach to makeup were a natural inspiration for Celine's SS20 runway. Channel the laissez-faire look with smudgy, black-coffee kohl and rosy, no-mirror-required lip balm.
This week Versace showed us that tie-dye is here to stay. For the fall months ahead, try dipping into this trend with a second-skin knit under a simple slip. Eighties-style accessories like bold gold jewelry and pointed-toe pumps offer a flawless finish.
The Perfect Complement
These designer shades prove opposites really do attract. Soft pinks, luscious reds and blue-green hues make for an eye-catching combination we could only find on the Fashion Week streets. Try this ensemble for weekend dinner—or go bold at the office.
Work of Art
Backstage at Moschino, revered hair stylist Julien d'Ys dabbed sleek chignons with painterly splashes of color to match Jeremy Scott’s Picasso-inspired compositions. Recreate the look with a temporary spray, blocking horizontal sections with a fine-toothed comb. Finish your wearable masterpiece with high-impact red lips and gossamer-thin winged liner.
It's no secret that we're mad for plaid, and the spring runways are showing no signs of stopping it. The proof: this tailored number from Rejina Pyo. Pair your plaid with ladylike accessories like a boxy bag and strappy heel.
The Midi Ground
Want the designer formula for a flawless fall look? Meet in the middle with knee-high boots and midi lengths for the most worn combo of the season. More than just stylish, this ensemble also has you covered for the chilly months ahead.
Glitter-dusted swirls lit up the high-energy outdoor runway at House of Holland. Inspired by '70s discos and '90s raves, the trend is a burst of color and light that will serve us well this winter. Get a jump on the look with sheer, sparkly liquid lightly tapped over a wash of bright shadow.
A great transitional outfit is just like a delicious cake: it's all about the layers. A classic shirtdress styled with a sharp suit makes for an irresistible combination we can't wait to try. Top it off with a sculptural earring to keep everything sleek and refined.
Blazer of Glory
Tailoring has set the designer fashion world ablaze. Pair a versatile topper with everything from denim to skirts to matching pants. Or if you're feeling a bit more daring, try a blazer minidress inspired by Fashion Week street style. Either way, you'll stay sharp in this must-have item of the season.
Ethereal Pink at STAUD
Have yet to try the dreamy watercolor trend? Take a cue from the STAUD SS20 runway and layer on the rosy pink. Keep it stronger on the lids, then blend into diffuse translucency high on the cheekbones (just under lower lashes too). Pump up your brows with a lightweight wax and frame it all with swingy, ultra-glossed locks.