Fall 2020 — 10 YearsTrend Report
'Tis the season for incredible statement coats. Reversible plaid puffers, plush shearling styles, super-soft plaid ponchos, long corduroy vests—you want it, we got it, including a convertible trench with a cropped bolero you can wear on its own. Remember, outerwear is the first thing anyone sees, so make that first impression count.
If there's one buzzword for fall, it's this: layer, layer, layer. Approach the season with a mix-and-match mentality so you can make the look completely your own. Turtleneck under a jumpsuit under a dickey jacket under a puffer… why not? Pile it on. Bonus: With our dickey jackets and coats, you can enjoy a myriad of layered looks without the bulk.
Get into the swing of things with radiant rhinestone fringe, skimming across the body and down lapels and sleeves, or tiered on straight-leg jeans. Go ahead—inject a little glam rock into your everyday.
Paging all latter-day Talitha Gettys and Anita Pallenbergs! Fall 2020 takes a turn toward bohemian quarters—albeit served up in supremely city-chic mode. Think tiered floral skirts, quilted patchwork denim and one glorious paisley gown—peasant style, with billowy puff sleeves—that read more Manhattan than Marrakech.
We know you love our plaids, so we're serving up even more in bold lumberjack tartans (in beautiful brushed wool) and classic Saville Row checks, twisted VB style—a glen plaid suit covered in translucent sequins, anyone? Which brings us to our next trend…
If you're going to wear a glen plaid pantsuit, let's drench it in sequins. And, on the flip side, if you're going to do a sexy off-the-shoulder dress, why not cut it from the very same glittering glen plaid fabric? This season, we mixed feminine with masculine to playful yet chic effect. Another case in point: the trompe l'oeil bustier shirt.
Spice, Spice, Baby
We're talking color palettes here—because rich, luxe earth tones abound for the season, from saffron yellows to paprika reds and deep cinnamon browns. Breaking up those signature fall hues are shots of cool slate blues. We thought carefully about the range, ensuring that all the shades pair well with each other—tying back to the "Luxe Layering" trend above.