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Gender-fluid fashion trends of 2020

Gender-fluid fashion trends of 2020 Global Youth Voice gyv

It is 2020 and you can wear anything you want. Fashion trends these days are gender-bending. They have become androgynous. Fashion looks inspired by menswear are everywhere on Instagram, in street style, fast fashion brands and even runways. So whether you identify as a man, non-binary, woman or gender-fluid, the men’s fall 2020 fashion trends are for you. From vintage-inspired ensembles to bold and bright hues, these fall 2020 trends are for everyone. If you are into fashion, here are some gender-fluid trends of 2020.

Gender-fluid fashion trends of 2020 Global Youth Voice gyv
Dwayne Jhonson in a Pink Shirt

Fuchsia pink is in

“Real men wear pink!” Kenzo, Berluti, and Boss made sure everyone knows it. The fashion runway was full of designer clothes that had hot pink in it. From suits to pants and shirts, hot pink was all over the place. The color is trending and we have seen celebrities from Kylie Jenner to Harry Styles with fuchsia clothes. Bhavya Kumar is a fashion influencer. He says, “When I saw Lil Nas X in a pink cowboy Versace suit, I was out of my mind. The look was brilliant and the rapper rocked it. Lady Gaga wore the same color in the 2019 Met Gala and honestly, I was speechless.”

That 70s Show inspiration

This season’s Dries Van Noten gave a 70s fantasy vibe. The audience was half-convinced that Red Forman from That ‘70s Show would magically appear and stomp down the runway. A ‘70s color palette paired with faux furs, heeled boots, and flared pants is a perfect fall outfit recipe. The colors of the 1970s are so specific as models were seen in burnt orange looks.

Gender-fluid fashion trends of 2020 Global Youth Voice gyv
Dries Van Noten: Fashion Designer

Prints are back in fashion

Who even wears plain black suits on red carpets? Designers went for playful prints and patterns this year. Louis Vuitton’s cloudscape was without a doubt the standout. Designers like Dries Van Noten, Dsquared2, GmbH played with colorful acid-wash prints. Artists like Zendaya and Timothee Chalamet wore top-to-bottom printed wear.

The puffer look

Finally, fashion has embraced the puffer looks. Models at Balenciaga, Off-White, and Fendi shows kept it comfy with oversized puffer jackets. This look is more suitable for street style or athleisure. Models like Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner made the puffer look famous. One cannot deny it, it definitely lives up to the hype. Subi Kumari said, “I am in love with Billie Eilish’s music and her style. The baggy clothes move away from the conventional style. She really ups the game.”

Autumn white

Louis Vuitton, Fendi, and Ami all made a case for monochrome neutral looks. But Craig Green’s all-white-everything stole the show. Autumn Whites are the new Winter Whites, and they are staying. The all-white ensemble made Kanye West and Jared Leto look regal.

The vest look

Everyone was totally invested in the vest looks for the fall-line of 2020. The looks that went down the runway at Prada’s menswear show had everyone transfixed. Sweater vests are the 2020 trend nobody saw coming. It was all about a layering moment. While a vest looks great over a long-sleeved shirt, models at Prada showed some skin with sleeveless styling.

Floral suits

Floral suits have been in fashion since last year but they are raging in 2020. Although we are in the midst of a pandemic, floral suits are here to stay. Dolce & Gabbana is famous for its floral themed dresses. The brand made a floral suit in black and grey with floral motifs. Celebrities like Zendaya and Michael B Jordan went dandy in the Dolce & Gabbana suit. Ragini Manek is a fashion designer who says, “The floral suits are shunning the conventional monochromatic looks. They are edgy and make the red carpet a fun experience. I believe that vibrant suits are the biggest trends of the year.”

 

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