2020 begins for a new decade. Let’s review the impressive fashion trends of the past 2010s.
Over the past 10 years, fashion has brought people all levels. Starting from the dress of raw beef that Lady Gaga wore by Franc Fernandez designed and styled by Nicola Formichetti. The outfit was condemned by many animal rights groups, but was named Time’s fashion by Time magazine in 2010. And the decade was closed with the Moncler ski suit branded by Kerwin Frost.
As opposed to the minimalism style, maximalism is a colorful picture full of disruptive. The wearer doesn’t confine himself to any rule. Through a certain understanding of their fashion, they are free to create remixes that imbue their individuality, which transcend traditional safe areas to satisfy their thirst for discovery. Alessandro Michele took over Gucci in 2015. Through Fendi, Tom Ford and Richard Ginori, a porcelain brand owned by Gucci, he launched the glamorous Milanese trend. This is an optimistic style concert. Thanks to the maximal, eccentric approach, the tendency to emit more and more energy. Immediately, both men and women were competing in bow-tie shirts with contrasting prints, fur-lined loafers or nerd glasses.
Unlike the gender bender that expresses gender contrasts in dress, the androgyny style expresses genderlessness. As gender is increasingly perceived and debated, many brands are quick to develop their own collections in this fashion. Pioneer groups including Jonathan Anderson, Rick Owens, Eckhaus Latta and Rad Hourani focus on non-gender models, while high street brands such as H&M and Zara provide unisex products. The time for transgender stars to take this opportunity has also arrived. Caitlyn Jenner on the cover of Vanity Fair, while Andreja Pejić, Hanne Gaby Odiele and Hari Nef strode on the catwalk. Similar, but the male stars are even bolder. Jared Leto, Jaden Smith, Kanye West and Billy Porter competed each other in red skirts.