8 Fashion Trends To Bring Home From The Fall 2020 Runways
While you’re social distancing at home, let us give you a virtual front-row seat to the freshest trends for Fall 2020. Modernists and traditionalists need not worry — this season’s selection has something for everyone: an updated spin on camouflage, larger-than-life knits that remind us how humbling hygge can be and a return to all things golden (think: glossy stools, cocktail tables and sparkling faucets).
Channel the runway’s hottest looks in your home for a space that even The Devil Wears Prada‘s Miranda Priestly would envy.
Style Trend: Plaid
Checked coats are a forever fall staple and, according to Turkish fashion designer Bora Aksu, the newest way to wear them is draped casually over the shoulders.
Home Trend: Plaid
Nothing promises charm quite like a tartan runner — factor in a statement hue and it suddenly appeals to both traditional and modern tastes.
Style Trend: The New Camo
Ethereal swathes of greige, sage and brown bring an elevated look to camouflage in this billowy dress by Canadian label Beaufille.
Home Trend: The New Camo
Deep sage cabinets and a camo-inspired backsplash feel right at home in this earthy kitchen. Windows that open wide to tall, leafy trees bring the outdoors in.
Style Trend: Cozy Is The New Chic
London-based designer Johan Ku’s nubbly, oversized number is the epitome of hygge and has us dreaming of cozy nights by the fireplace wrapped up in a blanket.
Home Trend: Cozy Is The New Chic
This trend encourages you to pile on the blankets, throw pillows and rugs to ensure your casa is as comfortable as can be.
Style Trend: Embellished
Lanvin’s Victorian-sleeved mini dress features a dreamy bodice that draws the eye up with its delicate crystal detailing.
Home Trend: Embellished
A tablescape adorned with a show-stopping sequin tablecloth is the perfect dinnertime conversation starter.
Style Trend: Rich Colors
If layering deep hues exudes big style energy, Loewe’s mastered the mix: a pop of burnt sienna plays off this ensemble’s golden hem, while smoky quartz and khaki help ground the look.
Home Trend: Rich Colors
This luxe living room’s warm-hued leather and velvet seating offset with crisp white walls proves that fall’s favorite flavors (think: pumpkin, cinnamon and caramel) can look good no matter the season.
Style Trend: Ruffles
Frills have come to the forefront of fashion in the past year, giving clothing and accessories a romantic yet refined feel. At Lanvin, it was all about asymmetrical trains with flouncy sweeping ruffles.
Home Trend: Ruffles
A vintage cabinet is simply elegant juxtaposed against a wispy white ruffled curtain in this farmhouse-style bedroom. “The curtain was a splurge at $800, but the branch is from the surrounding woods,” says homeowner Wispy Boivin.
Style Trend: Gold
From trending dainty gold necklaces to a full-blown sparkle suit, this metal’s claim to fame is its timeless appeal.
Home Trend: Gold
Hits of brass — including a set of glossy industrial-inspired bar stools — give this kitchen a glam flavor.
Style Trend: Desert Boho
With a ruched texture reminiscent of dreamy desert dunes, this look by New York-based Refuse Club brings new meaning to festival wear.
Home Trend: Desert Boho
Rustic wood combines with calming clay tones, organic shapes and patinated pieces to create lived-in charm in this Mexican retreat.