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Top 7 Must have Denim fashion Trend aw 2019

The Women AW 2019 denim trend is all about something we have moved from last year, the more creative and relaxed pair of jeans. The New Jeans styles emerging in denim fashion is all about being grungy, rebellious in nature, where the consumers are going to prefer brands coming out with the activist looks and utility pockets.

Designers for the autumn winter 2019 season had many things to offer- the style moved from unfinished looks to the very pristine tailored finishs to Contrast looks. Jeans style is neither too baggy nor too skinny. The New trend is a relaxed fit with controlled fitting for the body movement

Denim Jackets came with patchwork, unfinished edges, mismatched pockets and choices are based on consumers demand of the grungy looks.

For 2019 the focus is on sustainability and women's rebellious inner self. The AW 2019 Denim trend from the catwalk season brings denim a new shape, a new Ideas where consumers could represent their voices.

At New York fashion week MEN'S FASHION WEEK DATE : 10-13 JULY 2017 the denim style was more like workwear jeans, a lot of denim jumpsuits, grungy looks, pockets, and patches. The 80's vibes are still there and we are not going to miss them for the S/S 2020 season as well.

Sophisticated tailoring and timeless staples rooted in a pragmatic and functional attitude were very much front and center in everyone’s minds this season – both on and off the catwalk. This wasn’t about runway dramatics or stagey garments of any kind, rather clothes for daily life: trenches, pantsuits and practical yet distinctive denim.

A sea of rich and vibrant red-cast indigos with the late 70’s/ early 80’s feel dominated the runways this season, making this retro blue the key indigo shade of the season. Alex Mullins, Chloe, and Lemaire sent total-look blues down the runway in rinsed or unwashed types of denim, making a fresh, bold statement.

Prints used to be very minimal, now colorful maximal print is a new emerging leaning for the denim market. Argyle by Armani and quirky prints by Moschino is very colorful variations.


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All over Printed Denim
Moschino

Moschino

Moschino

Moschino

Emporio Armani

Emporio Armani

The Prints are the biggest trend- they are very fresh and now denim is not limited to blue and gray colors. Argyle by Armani and Moschino's poppy quirky prints all over the denim is a new beginning for the denim market.

Pristine Look
Colorful Stripes

Colorful vertical stripes spotted as the biggest denim trend to follow for the autumn-winter 2019 season. The popularity of the trend is equally popular off the runway. For the A/w 2019 season, we have spotted the trend continued for the skirts as well.

Deconstructed Extra Long Denim Jacket
Jaimei Wei

Jaimei Wei

Jaimei Wei

Jaimei Wei

Sacai

Sacai

Deconstructed denim Jackets trend is continuing from the last few seasons. The trend was started by Maison Margiela in the '90s  but it is still important to follow for the current market. Jamie Wei's contrast fabric mixes with the Extra Long Denim Jacket is a key trend to follow.

Sacai presented fur collar while teaming with breast pockets and elongated sleeves.

Ankle Crop Jeans
Relaxed jeans
See By Chloe

See By Chloe

Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton

Tommy Hilfiger

Tommy Hilfiger

Relaxed look overtaking skinny jeans as more than 80 % styles appeared at the runway was either relaxed or straight look. The preferred Denim fabric spotted are very fluid and soft as designers wanted to create the drape look making the collection very easy going for the current market.

The jeans style is neither too loose nor too tight. Designers wanted to bring a collection for everyone.

Elevated 80’s waist
ALBERTA FERRETTI

ALBERTA FERRETTI

UNRAVEL

UNRAVEL

BALMAIN

BALMAIN

The elevated waist is a New jeans style spotted at the catwalk- where Unravel and Marissa Webb showcased the jeans where waist transformed into the corset-like look fastened with a leather belt accented double-waisted details hammered the 80’s aesthetic home.

Balmain and Alberta Ferretti version were more like relaxed elevated waist look.


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