FASHION TRENDS Fall / Winter 2018-2019 + how to wear them ǀ Justine Leconte



For fall 2018 / winter 2019, the fashion trends are not completely new: I’d say that designers are re-inventing moods that we had seen before (hint: 1980’s!). In this video, I show my trend boards and what’s new this fall season. You can also find the boards on my website: www.justineleconte.com/blog

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LINKS & THINGS MENTIONED

– My blog article with the trend boards: link coming soon.

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CREDITS:

Photos:
VOGUE, ELLE, HARPER’S BAZAAR, WHO WHAT WEAR.
Recommended: Vogue’s visual library of collections: http://bit.ly/2MViDpy
You can sort the shows by season and by brand, it’s very handy.

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Epidemic Sound

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A brief history of handbags (or why they are in fact improved pockets):

Fashion of 2018 vs. 1998 vs. 1978 (or how it takes 20 years for runway fashion to become street-appropriate):

20 ways to wear a scarf (because fall is coming):

How to recognize good quality in clothes:

How to find the perfect red lipstick for your skin:

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My video series on building a capsule wardrobe:

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25 thoughts on “FASHION TRENDS Fall / Winter 2018-2019 + how to wear them ǀ Justine Leconte

  1. I would love for you to take a video like this and give us examples of ways to actually make the trend wearable. Show pictures of taking a trend and show several ways to wear that trend in the "real world" 🙂

  2. Etro and Cloe were the only looks I liked. They looked very elegant. Everything else looked like the musty yard sale and garbage bags of donation clothes I had to go through and wear as a very poor child growing up in the 90’s in a humid environment. I can almost smell the must just looking at them.

  3. Hi. Thank you for your great advice. Question, a few years ago I was colour coded as a warm spring. I'm in my early 60s and no longer want to dye my hair. I have a fair amount of grey. Do my colours change. Thank you

  4. Hi. Thank you for all your help. Can I ask a question? I'm in my early 60s. A few years ago I was colour coded. I'm a warm spring. Want I want to know, do these colours change as my hair goes more grey? I no longer want to die my hair. Thank you

  5. Thanks for your great overview of this season's trends. I love all your videos. I would like to hear your perspective about the house of Doir. Galliano and Simons seemed to dive into the baroque lush aspects of Dior's history. I thought Simons was brilliant at Dior, although he was portrayed as being quite anguished in the documentary film. Now Maria Grazia Chiuri, seems to be departing from that tradition, and taking lots of criticism for it. She formerly collaborated with Pierpaolo Piccioli at Valentino. I would love to know your views about all of it. <3

  6. Argh! Nooo! I hate 1980s shoulder pads! 80s fashion was so overbearing. I have no inclination to go back to that look. I do like the layering & knitwear & lower boots though!

  7. I agree. However, many good aspects or concepts from the past can be « re-vamped»; there is where the real art and craftmanship of fashion lies in. Just few days ago, I saw many late 80's and 90's style garments at Zara in Spain, and have to admit it was strange at first, but then when you think about it, it is actually a nice way of incorporating the old trends but wayy better and more modern…

  8. I have a pair of white gemstone earrings, locally made, similar to McQueen, which I had from 3 years back and I'm excited to wear again. I also want to try the turtle neck with camisole layering. It looks interesting

  9. It's funny that I am always drawn into looking at whatever is the newest trends in fashion, because honestly I don't really find it to be the way I end up wearing outfits. I've always liked certain things and keep them in my closet to enjoy whenever the mood strikes me ! There's always something from everyone's updates that sparks a renewed interest for things I haven't worn lately, or new ways to pair things up and that's fun. Fashion isn't about following trends it's about expressing yourself, and these fashion blogs keep my creative interest engaged so thank you for doing that and keep them coming 😉

  10. The brown trend as a popular neutral is Heaven for me esp in suede and faux suede. Black is too harsh for my warm blonde coloring.I have a straight cognac suede midi dress I will wear as a light coat etc. with brown boots including some cowboy boots.I wore teal and turquoise with brown in the 80's and see some of that in Fall ready to wear so I will repeat that. color scheme this Fall. I never wore exaggerated shoulders in the 80's…light pads in suits yes…I wont be repeating the shoulder pads at ALL. In the 80's I liked them if not too big to make my hourglass hips look smaller…now I like my hourglass shape and no longer care to look like Twiggy, that is until I think of the gorgeousness of the VERY lowcut clothes in American Hustle…wow to be flatchested only to wear those (on a temporary basis) wrap dresses open to the waist…I wore those in the 80's but never open that far…on Amy Adams they are stunning. So glad you mentioned the movie. Thanks for all your wonderful advice, tips and videos…you are the BEST.

  11. These are my favourite ones to watch! These seem like options we can all access however some are not the most practical haha (that's high fashion though). I am excited to do a flowing tank top over a sleek black turtle neck!

  12. hi justine. thank you for your video. except for the overlaying I love all the trend, especially knitwear. I won't go with any of these trends tough. At 50 I finally know myself. I love classic with a little twist but I came to appreciate fashion as a form of art

  13. 80's just looks old to me. But, I'm always glad to see lots of layers and knits! Thanks for your helpful tips Justine – I may try some different ways of layering this fall 😊

  14. I am sorry, but 95% of the clothes showed, are just horrible ( in the combination showed).
    I would never wear the knitwear of Prada…. In my opinion today's "fashion" is just putting some random things together, no matter which colors, fabrics, material, whatever, and sell them as "Fashion"… It's cancer for my eyes.

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