Spring/Summer 2020 Ready-to-Wear: Global Recap

The Spring/Summer 2020 shows brought a renewed sense of optimism and creativity. This season, designers celebrated the joy of dressing with a range of one-of-a-kind looks that brought the camp theme of this year’s MET gala to life. Marc Jacobs illustrated fashion’s unique ability to create an escape from turbulent times with a show overflowing with individuality and optimism. The 70s continues to be an era of great inspiration as designers found ways to incorporate it in all four major cities. The utilitarian aesthetic of past seasons explored its softer side as designers like Dion Lee and Max Mara paired utility pockets and cargo pants with soft pastels and warm neutrals.

The Joy of Dressing

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Marc Jacobs | Moschino | Issey Miyake

Modern Flower Children

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Cynthia Rowley | Rejina Pyo | Alberta Ferretti | Celine

Minimal Utility

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Dion Lee | Roksanda | Max Mara | Hermes

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