Florals? For Spring? Groundbreaking.
Meryl Streep might have been famously unimpressed by some of the spring/summer trends in 2006's The Devil Wears Prada, so it's probably best she avoids this article.
Floral designs are just one fashion trend set to return in a big way this spring, having been shown extensively at September's Fashion Weeks.
Not all the outfits which were showcased in Paris, Milan, London and New York will make it onto the high street in the exact form we saw them on the catwalk.
But elements of the clothes on show - whether it be an idea, colour, material or pattern - are picked up and copied by other designers, and heavily influence what we see in the shops a few months later.
"Retailers must determine which looks they think we're actually going to buy, manufacturers must begin producing those items en masse," explains The Telegraph's Tamara Abraham. "And then brand marketing machines must work out how to promote and merchandise the new stock in a way that will convince us to spend our cash."
Here are seven major fashion looks you can expect to see (and maybe wear) in 2020.