From neckties to mask emojis: this week's fashion trends

Going up

Ratched Too scared to watch this? Just focus on the jewel tones and Dior-esque jackets.

Neckties See the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Kamala Harris. It’s the new power pant suit.

A cinnamon roll
A cinnamon roll. Photograph: Getty

Mancoms David Nicholls’ TV adaptation of his bestselling novel Us has men sobbing on the sofa.

Cinnamon rolls How to fold and store your scarves, according to Netflix’s The Home Edit. Sure beats Marie Kondo’s sock drawer.

Shelf-care Endless dusting of our backdrop bookshelves now that the Zoom calls look set to continue.

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, with her hair in a bun
Too low, too prim… Meghan’s bun. Photograph: Kirsty Wigglesworth/AP

Going down

Sourdough Phase two of lockdown baking is all about bread art: making pictures with olives on your loaf.

Waistbands The drawstring waist heads into autumn if Tom Ford’s collection is to be believed.

Meghan’s messy bun Too low, too prim. Try Victoria Beckham’s.

Mask emoji Once our go-to. To be replaced by the forthcoming “bandaged heart”, which feels more fitting for 2020.

Face-dunking K-beauty trend, known as jamsu, which is said to leave you with a flawless finish. Might as well just stand in the rain.


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