Patchwork – spring trend in the spirit of Pippi Longstocking

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As spring approaches, Instagram influencers and streetstyle stars are increasingly beginning to experiment with the trends of the upcoming season. If in winter the restrained and refined 1970s were at the forefront, now the trend in the spirit of Pippi Longstocking – patchwork – is coming to the fore. At the shows, the most striking examples were seen at Celine – Hedi Slimane created what seems to be an absolutely flawless denim skirt made up of fabrics of different shades. “Rustic” tunics and sundresses by Oscar de la Renta and Missoni will definitely be appreciated by fashionable summer residents, but Simon Jacquemus has an evening and more revealing version of the “dress with patches”.

Celine, Oscar de la Renta spring-summer 2020

Jacquemus, Missoni Spring / Summer 2020

We noticed the love of fashion girls for patchwork back in September during Fashion Week. Then Natasha Goldenberg, Martha Segan, Jeanette Madsen and many others experimented with patchwork denim, suede and cotton. But then it was only a “warm-up” – the trend with echoes of the boho style will dominate the entire warm season, and we advise you to add the most interesting things from the shows to your wishlists now.

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Natasha Goldenberg wearing Khaite top at Paris Fashion Week, September 2019

Martha Segan in suit and Loewe bag at Paris Fashion Week, September 2019

Jeanette Friis Madsen wearing a Ksenia Schnaider jacket at London Fashion Week, September 2019

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