J.Crew Fall 2020 RTW Collection
J.Crew’s head women’s designer Tom Mora decided to take the new collection’s direction back to the basics for fall 2020 and the result is absolutely amazing. With an array of sophisticated, perfectly tailored locks, J.Crew Fall 2020 collection conquers from first glimpse, and if you’re all about vintage-vibe influences, this collection will surely win you over.
Displaying fabulous silhouettes in high quality fabric ensembles that follow a vintage, soft and sophisticated line that have been revamped to suit the contemporary world, J.Crew’s new collection is worth every bit of attention. Diversity is a must when it comes to fashion and the brand made sure that every woman can find the perfect piece by bringing an array of beautifully tailored trousers and suits, dresses, jackets, coats, Nordic sweaters and the season must haves, the pencil skirts.
Creative director Jenna Lyons and Tom Mora chose to take a sophisticated approach with the new collection and layered an array of style essentials, resulting a lovely and very wearable fashion collection that is perfect for women with a penchant for vintage styles, women who are not afraid to mix and match. From simple tinsel tweed dresses and separates to knitted sweaters, pants in metallic jacquard, pleated skirts, pencil skirts cut just under the knee, leather jackets, python maxi dresses, sequined dresses and fabulous coats, the items featured in the collection were simply dreamy. The colors selected by Tom Mora are perfect for the season, an array of lovely autumnal hues of black, gray, and brown were livened-up by vivacious colors such as royal blue, bright orange, pink, green, bright coral and yellow-green, color effect that delighted the audience’s peepers.
The cherry on top was brought by the color blocks and accessories used to underline the timeless elegance and wearable style of this collection, accessories such as elegant pumps and color-block clutches and stylish totes featuring curly lamb fur applications.
Photos by Steve Eichner via WWD