Anna Wintour Reveals the 2 Trends That Are About to Be Everywhere

Anna Wintour Says These Fashion Trends Will Be Big


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I won't pretend like I don't have an email alert set up for Vogue's YouTube channel so I know when new episodes of "Go Ask Anna" arrive. The magazine's video Q&A with Anna Wintour has revealed her thoughts on what not to wear to a job interview, the eight biggest trends of 2020, the best winter coat styles, what to expect on the red carpet, and much more. Wintour's latest video focused on Valentine's Day, but who has time for the cheesy holiday when she's doled out advice on the trends she expects to be everywhere?

In the newest video, Wintour was asked what she hopes to see more of on the runway in February, which is when New York Fashion Week kicks off fashion month, followed by London, Milan, and Paris. "Well, I find when I make predictions about what's going to be on the runways, I'm always entirely wrong," Wintour says in the video. "But I do hear that we're going to be seeing a lot of short [lengths], and I saw there was quite a bit of color at the men's collections, which usually is an indication of what we're going to see. So hopefully color and optimism." So there you have it. Scroll down to shop the trends for yourself. 

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This dress looks way more expensive than it really is. 

I love the sweetheart neckline on this cute dress. 

This is guaranteed to get a lot of wear this summer. 

This light sweater is the perfect transitional piece for spring. 

If you're not bold enough to wear pink with green, at least wear them on their own!

Hurry: These are on sale and bound to sell out. 

I found another sale gem for you—you're welcome. 

Who needs black pants when you can have fun red ones?

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Biggest Trends for 2020, According to Anna Wintour


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I love this mint green color—so fresh for spring. 

Reformation knows how to make a mean mini. 

Yes, the leopard trend shows no signs of slowing down. 

A grown-up's version of a sweet babydoll dress. 

This is begging to be layered over a sweater or T-shirt. 

How can we resist a little white dress?