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The Most Editorial Trends Of Fall/Winter 2019: Teddy Girls, Revenge Of The Nerds And The Great Big Coat

Thirteen trends you really need to know.
Thom Browne
#1: REVENGE OF THE NERDS The bookworm — dressed in her dorky specs — is the new embodiment of cool.     Prada
#1: REVENGE OF THE NERDS The bookworm — dressed in her dorky specs — is the new embodiment of cool.   Chloe
#1: REVENGE OF THE NERDS The bookworm — dressed in her dorky specs — is the new embodiment of cool. Max Mara
#1: REVENGE OF THE NERDS The bookworm – dressed in her dorky specs – is the new embodiment of cool.   Louis Vuitton
#2: TED TOGS The wardrobe of ’50s Teddy Girls is how you do gender-fluid dressing next season. Dior
#2: TED TOGS The wardrobe of ’50s Teddy Girls is how you do gender-fluid dressing next season. Givenchy
#2: TED TOGS The wardrobe of ’50s Teddy Girls is how you do gender-fluid dressing next season.   Gucci
#2: TED TOGS The wardrobe of ’50s Teddy Girls is how you do gender-fluid dressing next season. Alexander McQueen
#3: CAMP FIRE! For those days when you need to be a little extra.   Moschino
#3: CAMP FIRE! For those days when you need to be a little extra.     Marc Jacobs
#3: CAMP FIRE! For those days when you need to be a little extra.   Area
#3: CAMP FIRE! For those days when you need to be a little extra.     Givenchy
#3: CAMP FIRE! For those days when you need to be a little extra.   Richard Quinn
#3: CAMP FIRE! For those days when you need to be a little extra.     Gucci
#3: CAMP FIRE! For those days when you need to be a little extra.   Saint Laurent
#4: THE GBC That’s short for “great big coat” because the statement outerwear for Fall is anti-statement, slightly stealthy and all about exaggerated proportions. Givenchy
#4: THE GBC That’s short for “great big coat” because the statement outerwear for Fall is anti-statement, slightly stealthy and all about exaggerated proportions. Marc Jacobs
#4: THE GBC That’s short for “great big coat” because the statement outerwear for Fall is anti-statement, slightly stealthy and all about exaggerated proportions. Dries Van Noten
#4: THE GBC That’s short for “great big coat” because the statement outerwear for Fall is anti-statement, slightly stealthy and all about exaggerated proportions. Balenciaga
#4: THE GBC That’s short for “great big coat” because the statement outerwear for Fall is anti-statement, slightly stealthy and all about exaggerated proportions. Salvatore Ferragamo
#4: THE GBC That’s short for “great big coat” because the statement outerwear for Fall is anti-statement, slightly stealthy and all about exaggerated proportions. Sportmax
#4: THE GBC That’s short for “great big coat” because the statement outerwear for Fall is anti-statement, slightly stealthy and all about exaggerated proportions. Celine
#4: THE GBC That’s short for “great big coat” because the statement outerwear for Fall is anti-statement, slightly stealthy and all about exaggerated proportions. Chanel
#4: THE GBC That’s short for “great big coat” because the statement outerwear for Fall is anti-statement, slightly stealthy and all about exaggerated proportions. Emporio Armani
#4: THE GBC That’s short for “great big coat” because the statement outerwear for Fall is anti-statement, slightly stealthy and all about exaggerated proportions. Nina Ricci
#4: THE GBC That’s short for “great big coat” because the statement outerwear for Fall is anti-statement, slightly stealthy and all about exaggerated proportions. Prada
#5: GRUNGE MANIA Rebellious dressing gets super pretty. Coach 1941
#5: GRUNGE MANIA Rebellious dressing gets super pretty. Bottega Veneta
#5: GRUNGE MANIA Rebellious dressing gets super pretty. Comme des Garcons
#5: GRUNGE MANIA Rebellious dressing gets super pretty. Alexander McQueen
#5: GRUNGE MANIA Rebellious dressing gets super pretty. Marni
#5: GRUNGE MANIA Rebellious dressing gets super pretty. Gucci
#6: HOUNDS OF LOVE That ’80s power pattern is next season’s big vintage influence. Richard Quinn
#6: HOUNDS OF LOVE That ’80s power pattern is next season’s big vintage influence. Balmain
#6: HOUNDS OF LOVE That ’80s power pattern is next season’s big vintage influence. Area
#6: HOUNDS OF LOVE That ’80s power pattern is next season’s big vintage influence. Chanel
#6: HOUNDS OF LOVE That ’80s power pattern is next season’s big vintage influence. Celine
#7: BOUGIE NIGHTS Think Left Bank chic circa 1977. Fendi
#7: BOUGIE NIGHTS Think Left Bank chic circa 1977. Chanel
#7: BOUGIE NIGHTS Think Left Bank chic circa 1977. Max Mara
#7: BOUGIE NIGHTS Think Left Bank chic circa 1977. Salvatore Ferragamo
#7: BOUGIE NIGHTS Think Left Bank chic circa 1977. Balenciaga
#7: BOUGIE NIGHTS Think Left Bank chic circa 1977. Chloe
#7: BOUGIE NIGHTS Think Left Bank chic circa 1977. Bottega Veneta
#7: BOUGIE NIGHTS Think Left Bank chic circa 1977. Saint Laurent
#8: WRAP STAR Drap one giant knit scarf, feather boa or fur around your neck and you’re good to go. Michael Kors Collection
#8: WRAP STAR Drap one giant knit scarf, feather boa or fur around your neck and you’re good to go. Salvatore Ferragamo
#8: WRAP STAR Drap one giant knit scarf, feather boa or fur around your neck and you’re good to go. Marni
#8: WRAP STAR Drap one giant knit scarf, feather boa or fur around your neck and you’re good to go. Gucci
#9: PERIOD DRAMA Victorian, Tudor, or Flemish — just some of the hottest eras that designers referenced for Fall. Paco Rabanne
#9: PERIOD DRAMA Victorian, Tudor, or Flemish — just some of the hottest eras that designers referenced for Fall. Loewe
#9: PERIOD DRAMA Victorian, Tudor, or Flemish — just some of the hottest eras that designers referenced for Fall. Louis Vuitton
#9: PERIOD DRAMA Victorian, Tudor, or Flemish — just some of the hottest eras that designers referenced for Fall. Marc Jacobs
#9: PERIOD DRAMA Victorian, Tudor, or Flemish — just some of the hottest eras that designers referenced for Fall. Etro
#9: PERIOD DRAMA Victorian, Tudor, or Flemish — just some of the hottest eras that designers referenced for Fall. Lanvin
#9: PERIOD DRAMA Victorian, Tudor, or Flemish — just some of the hottest eras that designers referenced for Fall. Sies Marjan
#10: RIOT GIRLS A shock of colour is all you need to make a statement. Kenzo
#10: RIOT GIRLS A shock of colour is all you need to make a statement. Dries Van Noten
#10: RIOT GIRLS A shock of colour is all you need to make a statement. Hermes
#10: RIOT GIRLS A shock of colour is all you need to make a statement. Carolina Herrera
#10: RIOT GIRLS A shock of colour is all you need to make a statement. Balenciaga
#10: RIOT GIRLS A shock of colour is all you need to make a statement. Chanel
#10: RIOT GIRLS A shock of colour is all you need to make a statement. Juun.J
#10: RIOT GIRLS A shock of colour is all you need to make a statement. Fendi
#10: RIOT GIRLS A shock of colour is all you need to make a statement. Valentino
#11: BELL CURVE Turn heads with a cloche hat, an XL bucket hat, or a visor hybrid. Nina Ricci
#11: BELL CURVE Turn heads with a cloche hat, an XL bucket hat, or a visor hybrid. Gucci
#11: BELL CURVE Turn heads with a cloche hat, an XL bucket hat, or a visor hybrid. Gucci
#12: GOING FOR BROKE Learn how to mismatch your suit. Paco Rabanne
#12: GOING FOR BROKE Learn how to mismatch your suit. Coach 1941
#12: GOING FOR BROKE Learn how to mismatch your suit. Givenchy
#12: GOING FOR BROKE Learn how to mismatch your suit. Saint Laurent
#12: GOING FOR BROKE Learn how to mismatch your suit. Loewe
#13: SQUARE ROOM The most graphic looks of the season come with checkerboard squares. Off-White
#13: SQUARE ROOM The most graphic looks of the season come with checkerboard squares. Kenzo
#13: SQUARE ROOM The most graphic looks of the season come with checkerboard squares. Marni
#13: SQUARE ROOM The most graphic looks of the season come with checkerboard squares. Louis Vuitton
#13: SQUARE ROOM The most graphic looks of the season come with checkerboard squares.