Looks by Valentino, Tadashi Shoji, and Oscar de la Renta
The Modern 20s fashion. Think flappers, feathers, and those dripping jewels with a more modern touch. Elegance, grace, and over-the-top detail make this easy to adopt. I see cleaner, up-to-date colors while keeping the feeling of exuberance that was so stylized in the 1920s.
If you’ve been following along on the blog, Instagram, or Pinterest, you know that I love fashion. I genuinely love the creativity of editorial and runway fashion— there is so much to draw from. The trick is being able to take trends and make them your own, with your own style and voice.
When it comes to my work, I am relentless about incorporating only trends that are a fit with my style. It’s rare that I adopt something from the runway and put it right into circulation, but with this one I have. I love the sophistication and overall prettiness that this trend encompasses. My collection is geared towards interiors and tabletop, so fewer feathers and embellishment, but full of details, layers, and border details. I’ll share snippets over the next few weeks, but please reach out if you are a design director interested in licensing. I’ll make sure you get the full idea of how wonderfully this trend translates to interiors.
We are in the midst of A/W ‘20 Fashion Weeks. New York and London have taken place. Paris and Milan are yet to come. I’m keeping an eye on this trend, among others. Check back for more trend updates over the next few weeks.