10 Fashion Trends To Bring Home From The Spring 2020 Runways
Studded with awe-inspiring hues, gorgeous gowns and enchanting motifs, the spring 2020 runways at Toronto Fashion Week offered plenty of inspiration for your closet and home. Seeing as everything from the luxe comfort of leisurewear and jet-set vibe of out-of-office prints has been spotted in the glitterati and the home, the fashion and interior design world aren’t so different afterall. Below, see the standout looks from the shows and how you can decorate your digs with fashion’s newest wrinkle.
Style Trend: Something Blush
Think pink was the memo at Maison Elama. A bubblegum-hued blazer — fitted handsomely over a silk camisole — makes monochromatic dressing look like a piece of cake.
At Home: Something Blush
Swathed from the bedding to the wall color in a darling shade of pink, Jackie Kai Ellis’ dreamy Parisian bedroom is nothing short of très chic.
Style Trend: Chic Getaway
The collective desire to escape has never been so enticing. At Hilary MacMillan, crisp ensembles embodied the laid-back attitude of a weekend away from the urban jungle.
Style Trend: Enchanted Forest
Farley Chatto’s plush faux fur bomber in a mystical navy hue reads incredibly luxe. Although, the encore appearance remains the intricately detailed bamboo motif velvet pants. Talk about glamorous!
At Home: Enchanted Forest
Lush green tones in the enveloping wallpaper are complimented with moodier shades of black and earthy brown for a feel that’s romantic yet refined.
Style Trend: Sculptural Art
A striking silhouette with wide, rounded sleeves and a cinched waist blurs the line between fashion and art at Trigère.
At Home: Sculptural Art
An entertainer’s dream, this sophisticated dining room wows with a string of shapely pendants that draw the eye up.
Style Trend: Optimistic Ochre
From turmeric face masks to sunny hotel interiors, ochre’s warmth is radiating far and wide. At Steven Lajame, this belle of the ball dress makes a jubilant case for bunched sleeves and bare shoulders.
At Home: Optimistic Ochre
In designer Luke Havekes New England-style retreat, timeless mustard walls achieve a relaxed yet sanguine feel in the living room.
Style Trend: Arts & Crafts
This season’s pom pom creations are peak crafty. At Farley Chatto, the art set essential is bunched and reimagined as headwear with flair — no hot glue gun required.
At Home: Arts & Crafts
Rather than festooning the mantel with greenery during the holidays, designer Stacey Smithers opted for a festive pom pom garland that not only winks to the joy of the season, but also doubles as a fun DIY project.
Style Trend: Cobalt Crush
We’re crushing on this color hard, and not just because it’s a brilliantly brazen shade of blue. Cobalt carries an effortlessly cool sensibility, and this silky slip dress by Hania Kuzbari is the cherry on top.
At Home: Cobalt Crush
A striking deep sea blue runner in this artful abode by designer Montana Burnett is simultaneously stunning and plush underfoot.
Style Trend: Mixed Metal
At Lesley Hampton, metallic tones in silver, rose gold and copper give a pleated statement skirt a dose of dimension.
At Home: Mixed Metal
Silver and gold accents like drapery and upholstery mingle smoothly in this Art Deco-inspired living room, which is cozily anchored with a grey base.
Style Trend: Beautiful Botany
Laura Ashley’s frilly, floral costumes of the ’80s are once again abloom in the design world. Enter this chintzy jacket and dress combo by Catherine Curtis, which delights with delicate bow details.
At Home: Beautiful Botany
Charming blue blooms decorate the headboard and matching pillow set in designer Robyn Rider’s serene principal bedroom.
Style Trend: Watercolor Dreams
Washy colors commingle to create a beautiful gown that doubles as art at Tomé.
At Home: Watercolor Dreams
Rugs reimagined as tapestries bring rooms to life in dramatic effect. Plus, designed in painterly hues, these pieces ensure your space will exude the kind of artistic flair that is so covetable right now.