Global fashion search engine Lyst has released its annual Year In Fashion report, in which it analyses the behaviour of more than 104 million shoppers. The site has crunched the numbers, including page views and sales across six million fashion products from over 12,000 online stores, alongside the global media and social media coverage generated by the year’s biggest brands, trends and fashion moments.
Within this, Lyst has rounded up the five nostalgic products that made a revival this year. From the clog to the Fendi baguette, here’s what came back into our wardrobes.
1. Fendi baguette bag
One of the original ‘It’ bags, searches for the Fendi Baguette were up 138 per cent year on year, with the menswear versions also selling out across multiple retailers shortly after their release.
Maria Grazia Chiuri kickstarted the revival of clogs when she presented the ‘Diorquakes‘ on the catwalk at the beginning of the year. Searches for the chunky wooden shoes peaked in June after being seen on the likes of supermodel Elsa Hosk.
3. Dr Martens
Searches for ‘Dr. Martens boots‘ increased 88 per cent year on year, inspiring a range of similar styles to trend across all price points.
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4. Teva sandals
Searches for ‘Teva‘ increased 65 per cent over the second quarter of 2019. The brand’s sporty sandals saw a 78 per cent spike in demand in April following a collaboration with Anna Sui, while the style also inspired iterations at designer and high-street brands.
5. Jelly shoes
Searches for jelly shoes significantly rose in April, seeing an 82 per cent increase month on month. They had been shown on many spring catwalks, including Gucci and Alexachung.
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR UK.
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