Top 9 commercial Denim Trend: Spring summer 2019 Runway
This is the year where designers started again working on denim, compared to last few seasons denim was not of the much importance. The highlights of the season are simplicity and nomadic consumer both defines the denim trend for the season spring-summer 2019.
According to our consumer's demand analysis, we find buyers are looking for clothes with utility, a lot of pockets and few looks for the simplicity. Hernandez is spot-on; consumers are looking for meaningful purchases in these complicated times.
American denim style gets the nod from the eminent designers from contemporary names like Proenza Schouler, Stellar McCartney, and Junya Watanabe to established houses like Chanel and Dior, denim was present throughout the global runway circuit.
The runway season spring-summer 2019 in denim division brings quite impressive trends that will be proved as a key style driver in the retail industry. Designers From Major fashion capital introduced the denim with overall prints ranging from floral to the abstract patterns.
The classic blue continues to hold its strength being simple and for those who appreciate the minimal look. The other denim color options appeared were Gray, ice blue, white and brown.
Frayed, Patchwork, basic blue, and loose fit are the key trends of the season. Coach brings a very patchy denim collection.
Elie Tahari at the New York Show focused on Denim dresses with breast pocket emerge at the runway in a very plain color without special wash effects. Jeremy Scott divulges the jumpsuits and jeans in a very playful patchwork variation. Lisa Perry adds the quirky floral prints over the basic blue Denim Jacket
Marissa Web plays with the cropped jeans that come in a light blue stone washes in blue and gray color. She further adds the multi darts for the aesthetic purpose.
Cropped jeans in a Floral patch defines the Michael Kors denim collection for the spring-summer 2019 season. There was also icy blue jeans and jacket embellished with glittering silvery broaches.
Nicole Miller's from NYC and Balmain from Paris collection had glitz and glamor seen into denim and jeans. Jeans was a slim and low waist. The jacket had a loose fit and multi-pocket.
APC from Paris for his denim collection worked on minimalism, refined denim jacket with belt and regular jeans for men and women.
Balenciaga and Victoria Tomas come up with the biased cut skirt.
Christian Dior and Balmain bring the icy wash finish with paper bag high waist jeans, Dior's jeans were of the loose fit with pockets and belt fastening.
Saint Laurent's denim shorts was all about the playful frayed edges and use of leather edge finishes.
Gucci's denim collection has very minimal appeal, no luxe, glamor just simplicity. We spotted one of the blue unfinished edge sleeveless jacket and another in a regular blue jacket worn over the skirt.
Isabel Marant introduces denim in different colors from white, brown, gray, to soft blue. Her jeans collection was the loose fit, high waist rise, and playful holes
Extreme destroyed look.
The extreme destroyed look continues to inspire designers creation from New York to Paris. R13, Balmain, Victoria Tomas, Ottolinger, and Faith Connexion brings up the destroyed look for the season S/S 2019.
It's no doubt that designers had California on their mind this season with the endless slew of zesty tie-dye that came down the SS19 catwalks. What was once the uniform of Sixties counterculture and a staple for deadheads the world over, has now gone on to headline the catwalks as this season's most unlikely denim trend? It’s had a contemporary rework, of course.
From Stella McCartney’s trend-friendly spectrum of blues to MSGM’s soft-hued approach and R13’s streetwise handling, this was tie-dye for grown-ups. These designers amongst many others celebrated color and DIY craft across the board updating truckers and jeans in matching hues for statement head-to-toe looks that will no doubt be a hit at festivals like Coachella next spring. Ashley Williams from London adds his jeans collection into a very creative washing
Full of prints
The catwalk season brings the all-over prints, clashed merrily and madly with little concern for what goes with what. Gucci set the tone in Paris with kitschy strawberry repeats and that iconic portrait of Dolly Parton; MSGM picked up the print pointer with a collection of photo-real florals, and Versace offered up their classic baroque prints for those customers buying into Italian ostentation.
Multi Pocket utility style
the current generation is a nomadic generation and they need utility dressing- with lots of pockets to carry things with ease. this lifestyle change has caused a demand for the pocket and small purses and bags over the last couple of seasons, ss19 is certainly set to be the summer of the practical pocket.
From bellows volume to military-inspired shapes; jackets, overalls, and jeans are all being given the oversized functional treatment with this very 90’s styling cue. The must-have statement jean of the season is undoubtedly the cargo jeans, a look that emerges from the move towards 90’s and 00’s irony.
But it's not just edgy brands such as Vetements and Matthew Adams Dolan tapping the look, polished catwalks like Christian Dior and Celine created sophisticated versions of cargo and Alberta Ferretti feminized utility with soft pastels.
Lace fastener is a key detail emerged at the catwalk globally. R13, Ottolinger and Adeam play with the laces for their some of the denim styles.
Gucci, Saint Laurent, and Elisabetta Franchi dramatically play with the raw denim edges- the style is well suited for young consumers in mind. Gucci's sleeveless vest denim jacket, Saint Laurents short and Elisabetta Franchi's loose cropped jeans target the freedom and movement.
Seventies-era crafty quilt patchworks to spliced remakes and hybrid constructions, a destroy and rebuild theme swept through the spring collections. This isn’t about homespun looks of yesteryear, though, rather high-end take on artisanal handiwork. Jeremy Scott, Victoria Tomas, Unravel gives us the reason to appreciate these styles
80's Bleachy denim washes
It came as no surprise when bleach speckled patterns started emerging across S/S 19 global catwalks – starting at Proenza Schouler in NYC, then popping throughout Europe at shows like Isabel Marant, Christian Dior, Y Project, and Balmain.