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With a brand new year comes brand new fashion trends. MINE asks our favourite influencers and stylists to tell us what trends they’re carrying into 2019!

Hannah Strafford-taylor

Fashion Influencer

‘As a HUGE pink lover, I loving all the pink that I am seeing filter through again this year in the resort and summer collections. Some of my favourites are Roksanda, Stella McCartney and Gabriella Hearst - basically PINK EVERYTHING!’


Sophie Goodwin

Stylist and Consultant

‘Trouser suits (in red / mustard and blue) am carrying over; worn as separates or together. Along with big earrings (glitzy Alessandra Rich by night, Fendi hoops by day) and my huge Dior monogrammed blue and white logo tote bag isn’t going anywhere. Ever.’  


Victoria Magrath


‘I’m still loving throwing a logo into my outfit mix in the morning, and of course my Dior Saddlebag and Book Tote will be heavily used throughout the entire year. But I must admit, I’m really looking forward to the explosion of yellow that I feel is going to be hitting us throughout Spring, and Im already gearing up for it with bags and shoes on my radar.’


Ginnie Chadwyck-Healey

Former Vogue editor and founder of VCH Style

‘With the revival of the bow in recent seasons, from hair adornments to pussy bow collars, we see the ultimate finishing touch and I rather feel this SS19 trend will really take centre stage as we enter the wedding/ Royal Ascot/ Serpentine summer party season. Bows exploded onto the scene: at the waist, on the shoulder, cinching the lapels of a jacket together - and I love a trend that anyone can dip into. A bow can be home-spun or atelier-level luxurious. Look out for some real show stoppers.’


Deborah Joseph

Editor-in-Chief /Chief Content Officer of Glamour Magazine

‘I've always been obsessed with animal print, whether it's considered to be 'in' or 'out' but I was particularly in love with a leopard print high neck Ganni dress I bought last season, which I will definitely be taking into 2019. Likewise, my cowboy boots.’


Lorna Andrews


‘The insta-fluence of sea shells which dominated our social channels throughout 2018 is set to rocket through summer 2019. First niche brands like Tohum lead the way with their insta-famous concha shell bracelet. New season NetAPorter is teaming with shell-porn. And Chanel’s spectacular ss19 collection - in which the Grand Palais transformed into a fully functioning beach - complete with shell purses and pearls galore gives plenty of street cred to what we thought was just a micro trend. Watch this space’


Anna Bromilow

Celebrity stylist and Former Tatler fashion director

‘I’ve been collecting simple silk slips and skirts- they are so versatile and useful for layering (under cosy roll necks for chillier weather), and look great with oversized cocoon coats (day) and fur (evening). They’re also are a winner for the summer - easy with a t-shirt or I also like the contrast of them with masculine shirts. They are super comfortable, easy to pack (just roll them up) and I’ve found them in loads of fab rich colours that take me through all seasons!’


Misse Beqiri


‘One of my favourite trends of 2018 was probably the western cowboy look which I think was probably one of the most pervasive looks of the year. I love how you can just put on a pair of classic Isabel Marant cowboy boots and they complete any outfit. I’ll definitely be bringing those boots into 2019.’


Zara Martin


‘2018 saw quite a lot of prints, which I love. I’m definitely hanging on to animal print. Leopard is a neutral, after all!’


Astrid Joss

Editor of MINE Magazine

‘I love the laminated leather look Ralph & Russo introduced into their A/W 2018 RTW collection, which then ran riot through the High Street lines. It’s statement making, fun, and interesting - in short what fashion should be about. For shoes I take my velvet Jimmy Choo courts everywhere because they quite simply work with everything but if we find ourselves separated, wedged flats are the best invention to date, for any girl forced to go without heels! They elongate the leg, replace the irresistible feeling of height, whilst work with every single trend going.’