Shopping aggregate platform Lyst just announced its Year in Fashion 2019 report, which gathers the year’s top fashion trends, viral products, hottest brands, successful collaborations and more into a single comprehensive guide. This year’s report even further solidified streetwear’s influence on mainstream fashion with mentions of brands in the space across all categories.
In terms of notable brands, Off-White™ was crowned the most searched-for brand in 2019. Bottega Veneta, Pyer Moss and Telfar were all named breakout brands of the year, while Marine Serre is predicted as a brand to watch in 2020. Virgil Abloh x IKEA was named one of the top collaborations this year, alongside Sacai x Nike and Supreme x Stone Island. Overall, Fendi‘s Zucca print was the most coveted print this year.
Lyst notes that customers spent an average of $192 USD for a pair of sneakers this year, which is a massive 39 percent increase from last year’s report. Additionally, the average price for a T-shirt increased 16 percent to $67 USD. According to the report, “2019 saw a 255% increase in traffic to luxury resale products on Lyst,” which falls in line with a recent report published by luxury resale platform The RealReal. Sustainability also appears to be on consumers’ minds as well, seen in part through a 52% search increase for “organic cotton.”
Read the full Lyst Year in Fashion 2019 report over on its landing page.
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