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These Were the 10 Most-Viewed Brands on Vogue Runway in 2020

These Were the 10 Most-Viewed Brands on Vogue Runway in 2020

In an ordinary year, Vogue Runway publishes two most-viewed brand stories, the first after the fall collections finish in March and the second after the spring season wraps in October.

This was no ordinary year, and with the presentation of spring collections spread out from the beginning of September to just last week, we skipped our usual round-up of top performers. Instead, we’ve combined the two seasons together to create a 2020 master list.

Last March, when we looked at the stats, I wrote that the top 10 doesn’t shift much season to season. That’s true today: The big names remain the big names, even in this year of change. But the list does tell a story.

Moschino’s Jeremy Scott cracked the top 10 on the success of his audience-pleasing runway puppet show, presumably. “The best thing I could do for everyone who is stressed about the election, the pandemic, social unrest, and the future was to give the gift of fantasy and take us away from all of it for a few minutes,” Scott told my colleague Anders Christian Madsen at the time. The Théâtre de la Mode concept that Scott riffed on, lifted from World War II–era couturiers who sent miniature versions of their work on the road to save their businesses, was a leitmotif of the season-but nobody pulled it off with Scott’s panache.

Prada made the biggest jump of the year, moving up from seventh place to second. The arrival of Miuccia Prada’s new co-creative director Raf Simons probably had something to do with that. Separately they’re two of the most-watched designers in fashion; insiders were more than a little bit curious to see what the unprecedented partnership would look like. “It’s a beginning,” Prada declared in the sit-down interview that followed the livestreamed show. Less than four weeks from now, they’ll reveal their first collaborative men’s collection.

Looking ahead to 2021, we’re hoping Marc Jacobs finds his way back onto the New York Fashion Week calendar after opting out of the spring shows in September. New York fashion needs him and we miss seeing his name here.

Find out how the rest of Vogue Runway’s most-viewed brands of 2020 measured up below.

    

1. Chanel


Rank last season: 1

    

2. Prada


Rank last season: 7

    

3. Louis Vuitton


Rank last season: 5

    

4. Christian Dior


Rank last season: 6

    

5. Balenciaga


Rank last season: 3

    

6. Saint Laurent


Rank last season: 2

    

7. Valentino


Rank last season: New Entry

    

8. Gucci


Rank last season: 4

    

9. Celine


Rank last season: New Entry

    

10. Moschino


Rank last season: New Entry

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