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2024-25 Fall and Winter Fashion Trends
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11. Knitted Comfort

Knits took center stage with cozy coats, oversized turtlenecks, dresses and statement scarves making a strong presence. Stella McCartney and Missoni showcased the colorful knits featuring an eye-catching looping technique that gives life to an array of dresses and even encompasses a few of the handbags.

Alexander McQueen and Acne Studios showcased oversized turtlenecks for added warmth and comfort, while Prada explored cardigans and vests and Chanel showcased matching sets for a chic look. Stella McCartney, Balenciaga, and Etro added statement scarves to their collections, embracing the cozy appeal of knitwear. 

12. Check Patterns

Checkered designs dominated the runway, embellishing suits, coats, and dresses in diverse styles. Fashion powerhouses like Chanel, Versace, and Dior delved into checkered motifs to enhance visual appeal. Meanwhile, Balmain and Rabanne ventured into varying check sizes, infusing a sense of refinement into their creations.

13. Beautiful Bows

Bows added a feminine flourish to select designs, with designers like Prada and Yuhang Wang showcased exquisite bow-detailed dresses. Prada incorporated beautiful bow details into their dresses, adding a whimsical touch to the ensemble.

Yuhang Wang experimented with bow-detailed designs, adding a romantic flair to their creations. Coach, Dolce and Gabbana and Zimmerman also embraced bow details, showcasing their interpretation of this feminine trend.

14. Floral Fantasy

Floral prints took a dark and dramatic turn on the runway, as seen with Elie Saab and Giorgio Armani integrating winter floral motifs into their collections. 

Carolina Herrera and Loewe delved into softer hues of winter floral prints to enhance visual appeal, while Valentino showcased florals on sheer fabrics adding an ethereal touch. Miu Miu, David Koma, and Elie Saab incorporated rosettes and floral elements into their designs, lending a whimsical flair.

15. Animal Instinct

Animal prints made a bold statement on the runway, appearing in various forms across the collections. Zimmerman, Balenciaga, Versace, Marni, Blumarine, and Dior embraced animal prints for a fierce yet sophisticated look.

16. Asymmetric & Voluminous & Pencil Skirts

Now let's talk about Skirts! Asymmetric lines added a contemporary edge to fall and winter fashion. Givenchy, Bottega Veneta, and Balmain explored asymmetric hems for added visual interest, creating dynamic and modern looks.

Valentino took a different approach by showcasing dramatically flared skirts and dresses, creating a striking aesthetic that exuded elegance and sophistication. Bottega Veneta and Zimmerman followed suit, adding their unique flair to this trend.

Meanwhile, many designers opted for combining leather or knitted pencil skirts to exude sophistication, blending timeless style with modern sensibilities.

17. Velvet Verve

Velvet made a luxurious statement on the runway, with designers incorporating plush velvet suits and trousers into their collections. Giorgio Armani and Emporio Armani showcased velvet suits and trousers for a sophisticated look, while Dolce Gabbana and Givenchy explored velvet elements in their designs for added texture and visual interest. 

18. Drapes and Knots

The draping technique added a sense of fluidity and movement to select designs on the runway. Tom Ford, Schiaparelli, and Louis Vuitton incorporated draped fabrics into their dresses, creating elegant silhouettes that flowed effortlessly.

Chloe and Loewe embraced the draping technique for the hems of their pants, adding a touch of elegance to their designs. Knot details have been spotted in Balmain and Max Mara ensembles, adding a touch of contemporary elegance and flair to their designs.

19. Classic Black and White

The timeless combination of black and white took center stage on the runway, with designers incorporating this chic pairing into their collections. Caroline Herrera, David Koma, Versace, and Balmain embraced black and white combinations, adding a timeless elegance to their designs.

20. Accessory Extravaganza

Accessories played a pivotal role in completing fall and winter looks on the runway, with designers showcasing a diverse range of accessories to elevate any ensemble. Gloves were seen in many designers' shows, including Miu Miu, Versace, Lois Vuitton, Marni and Max Mara, adding a touch of sophistication to the ensemble.

Slouchy bags and Huggies stole the spotlight and added a playful touch to the ensemble, with designers like Acne Studios, Rabanne, Fendi, Versace, Stella McCartney, Dries Van Notten, and Chloe embracing oversized designs for added impact.

Long over-knee boots from Balenciaga, Fendi, Chloe, David Koma, and Gucci added a touch of sophistication to the look.

Key Color Trends

As we wrap up our exploration of the fall and winter trends, let's not forget about the key color trends. Black dominates the upcoming fall and winter seasons, with designers incorporating it extensively in their collections. Valentino even showcased an entire show curated solely in black. Radiant red remains a popular choice compared to previous years, with Pantone colors such as cherry tomato red and scarlet smile leading the trend.

Additionally, shades of brown, soft white, evening blue, eggplant, dark gray tones, and iguana green are prevalent across fashion shows. For further exploration of color trends, please download the 2024-25 Fashion Color Trend Collages.

The 2024-2025 Fall/Winter fashion shows have been a celebration of creativity, innovation, and timeless elegance. From sumptuous textures to bold prints and sophisticated tailoring, designers have unveiled an array of captivating trends that promise to redefine fall and winter fashion. Whether it's embracing vintage vibes or experimenting with modern silhouettes, these trends offer endless inspiration for the fashion-forward individual.