Sneakers continue to be the biggest draw in fashion and that won't change in 2020. For almost every week in 2019 we saw rare sneaker drops from YEEZY to collaborations between Jordan x Travis Scott. Proof can be seen in Twitter trends and on red carpets from the Met Gala to the Oscars.
Footwear has always been a major staple in fashion and as we approach 2020 sneakers will continue to dominate the high-fashion conversation. Specifically, street-inspired one-off shoe designs, which have almost become the art of today's millennial generation.
It will be hard to tell if collaborations will continue to dominate the special release sneakers we've seen over the past years. Retro's have been in-trend for the past decade and it will likely continue as well.
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Art Basel Hong Kong 2020 was scheduled to run from March 18th-25th, however the Coronavirus pandemic ended any possibility of this. As the world currently suffers through one of the worst virus outbreaks in modern history, a silver lining may be on the horizon in the form of how we view art today and in the future.
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