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As 2018 quickly approaches, everyone will be picking the big trends for next year. But why stop at 12 months? At WGSN, we’re not just looking at what’s around the bend, but at the trends that will define our future. Take a look at our select picks for 2019 and beyond.
Matte Black

We’ve seen matte black across the fashion and beauty world, but for 2019 look to see matte black across interiors and homewares, too. From the residential to commercial market, expect to see bold, refined designs that create a sense of drama. It’s quite an about-turn from the ubiquitous Millennial pink.
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Multitasking Mirrors

Multifunctional and modular trends are driving design across interiors. What’s next? Multitasking mirrors. Think of mirrors doubling as lighting devices, entertainment systems and even health trackers. Don’t be surprised if come 2019 you hear your mirror telling you you’re running low on vitamin D or running late for that crucial meeting while you’re brushing your teeth in the morning!
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Hiking is the New Yoga

By 2019, hiking will replace yoga, as the ‘It’ fitness activity. As we look to disconnect from life and reconnect with nature, traditional outdoor pursuits will gain luxe appeal. Plus, it’s highly Instagrammable: influencers will collect peaks rather than try out the latest boutique fitness class.
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Beyond Meat

This isn’t about your Linda McCartney vegetarian burger, this is about the new Silicon Valley-funded disruptors who are creating a meatless future, and everyone – even the most committed carnivore – is invited. Think plant-based proteins and vegan ‘meats’ that taste just like the real thing, and feature on every high street restaurant menu.
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The New Formal

Distinctions between casual and formalwear have been blurred by relaxed office dress codes, new work/home lifestyles and the rise of sportswear, but tailoring is making a comeback. A little bit rebellious, a little young at heart – look for oversized blazers styled with streetwear to have mass appeal by 2019.
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Inside Out Beauty

Pair a topical skincare product with a beauty pill for simultaneous and maximum benefits. Serums will be paired with supplements as we look at beauty from “the inside out.” Brands like Lindarome are already starting to offer such powerful pairings, but it won’t quite hit mainstream until 2019.
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The Gladiator Sandal

While a perennial item for festivals, the gladiator sandal hasn’t had its own moment since the early 2000s (think Sienna Miller and Kate Moss) – but that’s set to change as the influence of the Nineties gives way to the Noughties. Also related? The upswing in knee-high and over-the-knee boots, with the next evolution being the statement-making sandal.
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Seasonal Versatility

Transseasonal design has been important for a few years now, but as we head into 2019, you'll start to see products which adapt to seasonal conditions, saving space in your wardrobe and your suitcase. An increase in global travel and climate unpredictability means we'll want one coat to suit every type of season, and the rest of our attire to be just as intelligently flexible.
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Animal Alternatives

Sustainable fabrics have become more of a hot topic lately, and by 2019 we expect them to hit mainstream. We’re looking forward to a steep increase in products made from sustainable alternatives like animal-free leather from genetically modified yeast or worm-free silk.
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Top 9
Trends
2019
Top 9
Trends
2019
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Untitled Document
As 2018 quickly approaches, everyone will be picking the big trends for next year. But why stop at 12 months? At WGSN, we’re not just looking at what’s around the bend, but at the trends that will define our future. Take a look at our select picks for 2019 and beyond.
Matte Black

We’ve seen matte black across the fashion and beauty world, but for 2019 look to see matte black across interiors and homewares, too. From the residential to commercial market, expect to see bold, refined designs that create a sense of drama. It’s quite an about-turn from the ubiquitous Millennial pink.
Multitasking Mirrors

Multifunctional and modular trends are driving design across interiors. What’s next? Multitasking mirrors. Think of mirrors doubling as lighting devices, entertainment systems and even health trackers. Don’t be surprised if come 2019 you hear your mirror telling you you’re running low on vitamin D or running late for that crucial meeting while you’re brushing your teeth in the morning!
Hiking is the New Yoga

By 2019, hiking will replace yoga, as the ‘It’ fitness activity. As we look to disconnect from life and reconnect with nature, traditional outdoor pursuits will gain luxe appeal. Plus, it’s highly Instagrammable: influencers will collect peaks rather than try out the latest boutique fitness class.
Beyond Meat

This isn’t about your Linda McCartney vegetarian burger, this is about the new Silicon Valley-funded disruptors who are creating a meatless future, and everyone – even the most committed carnivore – is invited. Think plant-based proteins and vegan ‘meats’ that taste just like the real thing, and feature on every high street restaurant menu.
The New Formal

Distinctions between casual and formalwear have been blurred by relaxed office dress codes, new work/home lifestyles and the rise of sportswear, but tailoring is making a comeback. A little bit rebellious, a little young at heart – look for oversized blazers styled with streetwear to have mass appeal by 2019.
Inside Out Beauty

Pair a topical skincare product with a beauty pill for simultaneous and maximum benefits. Serums will be paired with supplements as we look at beauty from “the inside out.” Brands like Lindarome are already starting to offer such powerful pairings, but it won’t quite hit mainstream until 2019.
The Gladiator Sandal

While a perennial item for festivals, the gladiator sandal hasn’t had its own moment since the early 2000s (think Sienna Miller and Kate Moss) – but that’s set to change as the influence of the Nineties gives way to the Noughties. Also related? The upswing in knee-high and over-the-knee boots, with the next evolution being the statement-making sandal.
Seasonal Versatility

Transseasonal design has been important for a few years now, but as we head into 2019, you'll start to see products which adapt to seasonal conditions, saving space in your wardrobe and your suitcase. An increase in global travel and climate unpredictability means we'll want one coat to suit every type of season, and the rest of our attire to be just as intelligently flexible.
Animal Alternatives

Sustainable fabrics have become more of a hot topic lately, and by 2019 we expect them to hit mainstream. We’re looking forward to a steep increase in products made from sustainable alternatives like animal-free leather from genetically modified yeast or worm-free silk.
 
   
 
     
 
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