A series of fashion's biggest global events, as usual, begins with New York, shattering all the remnants of the summer season and forcing us to pay close attention to the fashion trend predictions of the top designers for spring 2019.
One of the first to present their Spring 2019 Ready-to-Wear collection was Tom Ford, sticking to the traditional story of sexual provocation and total glamor. However, this time he seasoned them with the decadence of the 1920s, accompanying the show with the soundtrack to the Netflix series "Babylon Berlin".
“I feel that fashion has somehow lost its way a bit, and it is easy for all of us to be swept up in trends that have lost touch with what women and men want to actually wear,” the 57-year-old designer shared with one of fashion glossy magazines.
Confirmation of this were laconic looks with a light dust of audacity in the form of croc-embossed jackets, leopard print corsets, dresses and lightweight coats embellished with feathers, and flowing silk outfits. Bohemian silhouettes were diluted with a playful fringe and a sophisticated blend of the color palette, in which black, lavender and sand hues prevailed.