The Biggest Spring 2020 Fashion Trends at New York Fashion Week


A vibrant energy filled New York’s spring 2020 fashion week and with it, a host of spring fashion trends and highlights have emerged. You can’t talk about this season without mentioning the impact from young designers. From the exciting runway debut of Christopher John Rogers, which ended with a screaming round of applause, to brands like Tomo Koizumi and Area who delivered on fantasy-driven fashion. Immersive, high-wattage shows from Pyer Moss, Savage X Fenty by Rihanna and Tommy Hilfiger X Zendaya brought forth renewed excitement to the city.
Trends ranged from the big and bold with bright colors, voluminous tent dresses and bubble skirts and puffed shoulder details, to crafty patchwork or cool, modern tailoring. Florals for spring were actually groundbreaking and the best fashion styles were the ones full of joy. 
Here, the five biggest fashion trends for spring.
1. Ode to Joy From Left: Marc Jacobs, Carolina Herrera, Christopher John Rogers and Tomo Koizumi.  Photographs by Giovanni Giannoni, Masato Onoda, and Kelly Taub Tomo Koizumi kicked things off Friday night with his second-ever presentation, again at the Marc Jacobs Madison Avenue store, casting Ariel Nicholson to run free with his enveloping rainbow-hued tulle confections. It played into one of the most noticeable trends of

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