After a summer of style inspiration from Copenhagen and Oslo fashion weeks, international street-stylers are getting ready for the Big Four spring/summer 2020 shows in New York, London, Milan and Paris.
As ever, New York Fashion Week spring/summer 2020 (September 6 to 11) leads the way, but this seasons schedule sees a revamp spearheaded by Tom Ford as he begins his duties as chairman of the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA), after replacing Diane von Furstenberg in June.
A shorter week and changed-up time slots have made way for a whole host of NYFW unmissable moments: Vaquera, CDLM/Creatures of The Wind and Section 8 will present a joint show. Tom Ford, Ralph Lauren and Tommy Hilfiger (who returns in partnership with Euphoria star Zendaya) have brand-new spots on the calendar. And some serious anniversaries are being celebrated: Vera Wang marks 30 years after a two-year hiatus, while Becca McCharen-Tran of Chromat and Prabal Gurung commemorate a decade each.
Navigating the new order will be editors and influencers from around the globe. As summers warm weather continues in New York City, we can expect that Scandi staple the mellow cotton dress to make a significant appearance, as will painterly silk pyjamas, architectural trench coats, supersized chain necklaces and barely-there sandals.Here, Vogues Jonathan Daniel Pryce (@garconjon) captures the very best looks.