The Baguette Bag 2.0
Fendi's iconic '90s design found new-gen fans, with searches for the revival piece skyrocketing 20 years later.
Fendi leather bag, $3,850; fendi.com
After a shot of Katie Holmes hailing a cab made the Instagram rounds, her Khaite cashmere bra and sweater sold out in hours. “I wasn’t anticipating that it would be so sought-after,” she says. “But, it is a pretty great sweater.”
Spotted on the feet of fashion's elite, Bottega Veneta's square-toe heels were the ultimate sartorial signifier.
Bottega Veneta leather heels, $1,760; 02-9239 0188
It may not be a particularly practical purchase, but that didn't stop cult fashion fans buying into Jacquemus' ludicrously small Le Chiquiti micro bag.
Jacquemus leather bag, $359 at farfetch.com
Oh So Dapper
When he’s not making news with his luscious locks, Timothée Chalamet is being named the most influential man in fashion.
Say My Name
There was a resurgence of glam '80s-inspired accessories in 2019, none more fabulous than these sparkling earrings by—you guessed it—Chanel.
Chanel metal and diamanté earrings, $1,420; 1300 242 635
Stars opted for larger-than-life layers of tulle and swathes of chiffon in shades that were decidedly sweet. "I felt like cotton candy," mused Musgraves.
A boost in tie-dye sales saw the summer-of-love trend take over the runways, streets and everywhere in between.
Primarie cotton T-shirt $90; primarieline.com
Thanks to designer endorsements, the schoolgirl staple officially went mainstream.
No-one could resist the topper's cool streetwise sensibility.
More was definitely more when it came to clips, slides and embellished barrettes.
Prada updated its Cloudbust sneaker with exaggerated rubber outsoles and the conviction that chunky kicks are here to stay.
Prada fabric and rubber sneakers, $1,390; prada.com
This article originally appeared in InStyle's January 2020 issue.