11 trending styles from SS20 Fashion Week

We’ve hand picked the latest trends from the SS20 Fashion Week to take you from high-end runway fashion to affordable festival outfits perfect for the upcoming festival season.



Minimal & Sensual



Dion Lee strays from structure and goes sensual in his latest collection, blurring the lines between male and female day and evening wear. Take this runway design and make it festival wear with the affordable White Fox Boutique set. For a complete festival outfit we suggest pairing it with Docs and a vintage denim jacket and you’ll be good to go. 

Designer: Dion Lee

Left Image Credits: Salvatore Dragone / Gorunway.com


Silk drawstring

Silk & Savage



Slips are back and better than ever with this stunning adjustable ruched dress from Orsenundiris. Perfect for the every-girl looking to step it up from simplistic to sleek. Make this runway look festival chic with the Verge Girl dupe in lemon. Paired perfectly with sneakers and mini backpack to create the perfect festival ensemble. 

Designer: Orsenundiris

Left Image Credits: orsenundiris.com






This Spring/Summer Lanvin menswear collection took a playful and almost maritime inspired leap with bright colours and patterned fabrics aimed at showcasing the designer’s love of travel. The Misfit brand mirrors these colours, putting a fun spin on your average festival tee, taking it from simple to perplexing.

Designer: Lanvin

Left image source: Alessandro Lucioni / Gorunway.com



Print to Princess



Underwear is the new outerwear if the Spring/Summer Priscavera collection is anything to go by. Franchetti’s latest season is formulated around confident and carefree ‘cool’ girls and focuses on pairing corset tops with baggy pants. Take this runway style and go full Dyspnea with it. Pair The Mami Bodice with mom fitted shorts for the optimum festival ‘fit for summer. 

Designer: Priscavera

Left Image Credits: Salvatore Dragone / Gorunway.com



Corporate & Salacious



Dion Lee puts his spin on the 1920’s pinstripe suit by pairing it with a corset and suspenders, taking it from sophisticated to sexy. I AM GIA have put their own spin on it by using a similar pattern artwork with suspender buttons for the perfect festival go-to. Pair the Heather skirt with matching capped sleeve crop top to take on the festival season in style. 

Designer: Dion Lee

Left Image Credits: Salvatore Dragone / Gorunway.com


White button-ups

Part-Time Playful



Dion Lee does it again with another clean cut piece paired with a harness belt and oversized bag to create a playfully sharp look. With a few minor changes you can go from runway ready to effortlessly cool with this Verge Girl piece. Trade in the oversized bag for a backpack, add a belt to cinch the waist and you’re 100% festival ready.

Designer: Dion Lee

Left Image Credits: GoRunway.com 


Bright tees

Neon Hazard



The orange neon tee from the latest Louis Vuitton Menswear range brings an intense vibe to the runway alongside many pastels, florals and simple designs in the collection. To make this runway look the perfect festival outfit, take the similar cut and colour Ksubi tee and pair it with black denim bottoms for a punchy festival outfit.

Designer: Louis Vuitton

Left Image Credits: vogue.com


Bucket hat

Snake Skin Street



LaQuan Smith is bringing back the animal print with his latest Spring collection, from transparent leopard printed latex to Western inspired cowboy/girl pieces.

This comeback of animal print paired with the classic bucket hat creates the perfect finishing touch to any outfit. Go from high-end to affordable fashion with this dupe from Pretty Little Thing that you can take straight to the mosh and pair with any festival outfit this season.

Designer: LaQuan Smith

Left Image Credits: vouge.com


Drawstring hat

Explorer Mod


The Jacquemus SS20 collection contained a range of summer pastel prints layered with loose fitting suit jackets paired with simple accessories from small white bags to neutral coloured hats. The use of simple accessories is a hot trend this festival season especially the drawstring hat as seen in the spring/summer Jacquemus range which can be closely matched to the affordable Patagonia hat from Universal.

Designer: Jacquemus

Left Image Credits: vogue.com


Micro mini bag

Pretty in Pink



Micro Mini bags are a new girl’s best friend and the SS20 Longchamp collection aims to please with what seems like an infinite range of mini bags fit for a credit card (and not much more!).

Get amongst this micro bag trend with the affordable option from ASOS and go from city girl to festival fashionista this festival season.

Designer: Longchamp

Left Image Source: Getty / 2019 Getty Images


Crossbody bags

All White



Louis Vuitton is all about the all white this season and showcasing it in traditional LV style.

For the ultimate all white addition to your festival outfit you can’t go past this Herschel crossbody bag. Warning: We don’t advise wearing it in the mosh or you’ll go from all white to ‘somewhat’ white crossbody bag.

Designer: Louis Vuitton

Left Image Credits: vogue.com

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