Paris Fashion Week closes another spectacular show season. Over the last four weeks we’ve watched the world’s finest designers and brands unveil their Spring/Summer 2020 collections. We take inspiration from the catwalk when we design our ranges for next season. For Spring/Summer 2020 expect to see these trends featuring alongside our existing collections.
– Roksanda killed it with colour. Cascading down the outdoor catwalk came rainbow hues and bold brights in crimson red, tangerine and bubblegum pink. Colour blocking is key, so think bold bouquets and eye-catching crowns.
– Sustainability was the over-arching theme this season. Environmental activists Extinction Rebellion demonstrated during London Fashion Week to persuade us to consider our purchases. The BFC announced earlier in the month the financial impact a no-deal BREXIT would have on the UK fashion industry. This might explain the absence of a number of big brands, including Vivienne Westwood, who shifted her show to Paris this season. We grow our products and dry them ourselves, suppling flowers in a sustainable way.
– A whiff of Victorian is in the air for S/S20. Erdem featured decadent brocades and classic florals. Molly Godard, made famous for clothing Killing Eve character Villanelle, went big with volume as only she can. Expect buoyant big bouquets with classic styling.
– Richard Quinn brought a tear to the eye, ending his show with a fairy-tale edit of bridal wear. Crystal encrusted gowns with a vintage vibe reminded us, sometimes ‘more is more’.