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Here are the top three fashion and beauty trends from New York fall-winter 2020-2021 runways we’ve fallen in love with


With New York Fashion Week in full swing, the plethora of fall trends seems to be gravitating toward one stylistic approach: experimentation. It started during the pre-fall collections by way of stunning suits coming in a variety of shapes and colors, heralded by designers Clare Wright Keller at Givenchy and Maria Grazia Chiuri at Christian Dior. Jolts of color during winter aren’t particularly unheard of, but this cycle’s bold move (read: neon) proves to be surprising even to the most well-versed fashion savants. Even in beauty, there’s a clear resurgence of brighter-than-bright looks coupled with futuristic makeup, as seen in Tadashi Shoji‘s electric blue eyeshadow moment, and Monse’s Blade Runner-inspired fierceness.

Here, Manila Bulletin Lifestyle presents the top three trends you should be considering for your next wardrobe and beauty change. Be it Mary Alice Haney‘s cobalt blue satin blazer dress paired with drop earrings and fishnet stockings, or makeup artist Erin Parson‘s bold-lipped e-girl beauty over at Christian Siriano, the fall-winter 2020-2021 collections are showing the best looks of the year so far.

Cape Town

Leading the pack with the grand cape trend is designer Wes Gordon at Carolina Herrera. Gordon’s perfectly coiffed models paraded the New York runway show, sending old Hollywood glamor vibes but updated with the fashion house’s signature prints and fabrics. Other designers pushing the trend are Peter Do, Anna Sui, and Nicky Zimmerman, all glammed up for the winter season.


Anna Sui


Carolina Herrera

Volume! Volume! Volume!

Exquisite volume dominates the Oscar de la Renta collection. Designers Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia showed oversized cable knit sweaters, pleated satin skirts, and floral-printed balloon gowns, done with the most intricate of embellishments over at Oscar de la Renta. Palm Angel’s Francesco Ragazzi brought in the Southwest, while Brandon Maxwell dressed his models in refined Americana.



Oscar de la Renta


Palm Angels


Brandon Maxwell

Color Me Beauty

The top beauty trends coming off the New York runways are varied and bold, with dewy skin and futuristic eyes headlining the beauty front. What struck us the most were the vivid colors splashed across lips, eyes, and even inner lids. MAC Cosmetics senior makeup artist Fatima Thomas created bright stripes with eyeliner, mimicking athletic stripes on sneakers, for Chromat. Model du jour Kaia Gerber took the Longchamp runway wearing bright red lips with exaggerated lashes. Lauren Parsons, Dazed and Confused beauty editor and chief makeup artist for fashion brand Self-Portrait, went all out with a wide stripe of neon orange shadow paired with zero foundation.


Kaia Gerber for Longcham


Olivia Burgess for Chromat

Source: Manila Bulletin

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