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The latest fashion trends for 2020 in Paris and New York - analogue and digital

27 June 2020

Are you looking for a new, sexy look together with your summer lady or do you want to invite your escort call girl on an extensive shopping tour? We would like to give you a few tips and the right inspiration. The escort lady will cut a first-class figure in the best fashion trends 2020. We have summarized some of the trends shown for you.

To start off with the basics: Which colours will predominate?
2020 will be introduced in coloured leather. Jackets, coats and seductive tops in coloured leather. The colours in spring 2020 ranged from deep violet and blue tones of the to luxurious forest green pieces. Colour was the season's salient trend - surprisingly remarkable in autumn/winter, when black and neutrals typically dominate. Colours were featured in Wes Gordon's lively show for Carolina Herrera, Jason Wu, Marc Jacobs and Sally LaPointe, who made a statement with a monochrome look. This trend shows no signs of slowing down in 2020. The colours range from pastel shades for spring to jewel tones in autumn and are available from dresses to jumpsuits to trousers. As more and more designers opt for non-animal versions, especially those with an ethical and sustainable culture, this trend is unmistakable. 

The Spring Paris Fashion Week 2020 - Admire the latest looks with your escort companion

In dresses and tops the trend of Puffy Sleeves, with puffy frills, is evident. Last year they experienced a subtle revival, but in 2020 it's time to make room for the puffed sleeve both mentally and physically. Whether the highlight is concentrated on your shoulder or gradually goes down your arm, we already can't get enough of the puff. If you had doubts that the puffed sleeve was on its way out, think again. The frills are here to stay and will look excellent on the escort outcall girl. From a red look to a t-shirt in tilted white, the puffed sleeve can modernise a classic silhouette. It is also a flattering style for all body types, which you will find with the Ivana Models. For the ladies: The shoulders are given more drama and volume. In addition, the gaze is directed upwards, creating the illusion of a narrower waist. The high class escort lady can be seen excellently in a suit. The tailor-made suit set is officially scheduled for 2020, and this year it gets a more feminine look. Self-confident dressing continues with a feminine touch and in 2020 the more masculine look of a blazer will be further developed. 2020 saw these feminine cuts by Alexander McQueen, Altuzarra and Dolce & Gabbana for spring, and we expect this trend to continue in autumn and winter in the form of lush jacquards, tweeds and embroidered silk.



Traditionally, the Paris Fashion Week was everything for beauty dreams. For the Francophile, there were looks that captured this elusive carefreeness - the Gallic flicks of liner ships at Dior, the unfinished waves of the 1970s at Celine-, but also those that paid homage to the past: Thom Browne's Marie Antoinette brothels tied up with chandeliers, for example, transported the shower-goer into the 18th century. With a flair for drama as a continuous line, fantastic flourishes were omnipresent: in Giambattista Valli's case, overloaded complexions adorned with garden-fresh flowers, and in Dries Van Noten, the Belgian designer paid homage to his comrade-in-arms Christian Lacroix with ostrich plum upgrades. And then there were the dizzying, super-surreal cascades of eye crystals at Schiaparelli, which helped bring the nine-day marathon to a close with a real bang. But of all the moments when the mics were dropped, none was more jaw-dropping - or thought-provoking - than the crystal-clear cheekbone prostheses and inflated lips in Balenciaga. Here are five outstanding snacks of the week.

On the later dates of the year: at the end of March it was announced that the couture shows that were to have taken place in Paris at the beginning of July had been cancelled. The umbrella organisation of French fashion, the Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode, declared: "In view of the worldwide spread of the Covid 19 epidemic, tough decisions are needed to ensure the safety and health of homes, their employees and everyone working in our industry. With the men's shows only months away in July 2020, it is not surprising that the governing bodies of both Paris and Milan Fashion Week have cancelled the physical show to make room for something virtual. Exactly what a virtual version of the traditional fashion week will look like remains to be seen, but it looks as if it will depend mainly on film content.

Spring New York Fashion Week 2020 presented the latest creations

At the New York Fashion Week surprises could be observed. After a Spring Fashion Week 2020 at NYFM, which focused on experiential show formats, with highlights from Moss, Ralph Lauren and Fenty, the rest of 2020 seemed more straightforward and commercially friendly, with the exception of the remarkable collections from Area, Christopher John Rogers, Rodarte and Khaite, among others, all of which had a nuanced view of femininity and beauty. You may have had the chance to enjoy Fashion Week with the escort travel companion. There were still many exciting trends - upscale tailoring and the plain dyed leather. Meanwhile, the unexpected trends for an autumn-winter season included glamorous evening shots, drastic cut-outs, uptown punk and finally Victorian frills. In addition, many capes and coats glided across the catwalk. Game of Thrones may be over, but it seems that the style lives on. A cape that curves behind us and possibly has a hood is the look we want for everyday life. It may not suit every taste. Shorter, slightly less extra options were also discovered - we even saw a handful of ponchos, indicating the return of another trend. Although volume has been increasing for several seasons now due to flared legs, wide skirts and longer trains, this season's emphasis on cape silhouette gave the trend a fresh and focused twist. Particularly noteworthy are Proenza Schouler, in which the fabric either fluttered delicately like partially folded angel wings from the shoulder blades of leather dresses or was buttoned diagonally and cocoon-like over a shoulder, and the Michael Kors collection, in which dramatic capes - some with hoods, others with leather fasteners strapped to the collar bone - were served in cuddly wool or cashgora and in colours ranging from black and grey to striking orange. 



One of the colourful trends is the fiery red. Whatever its name, this strong colour caught our attention and somehow reminds us of the changing leaves of the season. A handful of designers used it for airy autumn dresses, but anyone can quickly integrate this shade into an outfit with the help of a bag or a pair of boots. The escort ladies of the Ivana Models Agency are the perfect ladies in red. Orange tones provided a continuous chromatic line that seemed to appear in the collections. In addition to the already mentioned cape of the Michael Kors Collection, the color appeared at Jonathan Simkhai in fringed dresses and on collars and cuffs of Sherpa jackets; at Sies Marjan in jumpsuits and thick turtlenecks; and at Carolina Herrera, where designer Wes Gordon presented a cheerful clementine orange in his exuberantly colourful collection, which attracted attention both on its own - in the form of mini dresses with frills - and in combination with cornflower blue in a multi-row dress with floral jacquard frills. Speaking of coats, the trench coat will remain an eternal classic. While there's nothing wrong with the basic version - after all, it's a timeless design - we're fans of these hints of prints, off-the-shoulder options and cape creations.

As the situation evolves, we'll probably see more digital versions of Fashion Week and be able to admire the looks on a screen. Speaking of screens, Netflix has cancelled the Next In Fashion series after one season, and the deadline has been confirmed. Next in Fashion, hosted by queer fashion guru Tan France and style icon Alexa Chung, featured eighteen designers who faced different challenges and focused on a different trend or design style that has influenced the way the whole world dresses. South Korean designer Minju Kim was the winner of the first and only season and took home the $250,000 grand prize and the opportunity to present her collection at luxury fashion retailer Net-a-Porter. Guest jurors for the debut season of 10 episodes included the who's who of the fashion world.

The Fashion Masks against the spread of the coronavirus

Slowly you can venture outside the door again and the sun's rays draw people outside. What unfortunately must not be missing is the mask. A new fashionable accessory, which currently belongs to every outfit. The styles are different and if we are honest, we like the colorful designs that you can currently see on the streets. Many renowned fashion designers have come up with versatile cuts and interpretations of a mask. Masks have been a fashion statement even before the current times. In the meantime, there should be enough variations and styles to round off the look of your high class travel companion. 
From very simple to very flashy, the selection of fashion masks has grown rapidly in a very short time. Fashion always finds a way. People are intrepid in their search for ways to stand out, communicate, thrive in a treacherous environment. And so the face mask - once purely functional, once seen as an exotic accessory - has developed into something more at breakneck speed. 



As many countries are moving towards reopening, masks are certainly part of our future. A seductive mask on your escort call girl provides a mysterious look. And in a way, this development is the perfect summary of how much life has changed in the blink of an eye. In Paris and New York there were many masks that the audience seemed to find pertinent. Some design houses offered guests disposable masks - presented on a tasteful tray held by a handsome young usher at the entrance, just as a waiter would offer a glass of champagne. Unlike champagne, there were few guests. Those who put on a mask were rarely Americans and mostly from Asia, where wearing a mask is not a matter of fear or paranoia, but of consideration for others. But even in Paris, the center of the fashion universe, the masks were still very simple. Practice and reason still prevailed. However, the mask seems to become a long-lasting fashion accessory and in the meantime the most extravagant interpretations of face protection can be found. Over time, the mask has established itself as a must-have and there is no question that even a high class escort call girl will find the right mask. Because the masks are as versatile as the models. Because even high fashion designers and big brands could not resist to produce their version of the masks. 

With the ongoing crisis, American companies are joining forces with designers to give back. For example, Nordstrom, the largest employer of tailors in the country, has trained its alteration teams to produce face masks that are distributed to health care workers, while designer Christian Siriano's small team of couture sewers produces 2,000 fabric masks a day. Dior has similarly focused on the production of masks for the front line in France. Burberry is using its global supply chain network to accelerate the delivery of 100,000 surgical masks to the UK National Health Service's medical staff, and Prada has begun producing masks and medical overalls at its factory in Italy. And many brands sell directly to consumers - including some that donate masks to healthcare workers and others in need with every purchase - or offer a free mask with every purchase, like Frankie's bikinis. The world of fashion is fighting together to improve the situation, which will certainly be reflected in great popularity and good visitor numbers at the next Fashion Weeks, which will be held indoors. Maybe it's time to be accompanied by a stunning escort lady to the catwalks of this world.