How Harry Styles, Marine Serre and Emily in Paris influenced wardrobes this year



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While the Covid-19 pandemic has played havoc with the way we dress in 2020, it’s far from being the only influence on wardrobes this year. British singer Harry Styles, French fashion designer Marine Serre and the Netflix show Emily in Paris also inspired people’s shopping habits, according to the Year in Fashion 2020 report from the global fashion search platform, Lyst.

So 2020 is and always will be a peculiar kind of year, marked by the Covid-19 pandemic, mass lockdowns around the world, and profound changes in the way we do things like shop and work.

It’s also been a year of activism, with movements like Black Lives Matter that have influenced various domains such as culture and fashion.

As the end of the year approaches, it’s time to take stock, and it’s no surprise to see that our wardrobes have been inspired by the

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