1. Collage, Forever
Why not open some eyes with collaged garments? The irrelevant harmony of unused items that took over the collections of Marine Serre, Coach, and Stuart Vevers reminded us why we love fashion so much. Coats, dresses, and t-shirts that make sustainability appealing not only offer a visual feast but also pave the way for the future.
2. The Bigger the Better
Khaite, Jonathan Simkhai, and Stand, among many others, have embraced unexpected dimensions this season, again. Bags with a maximalist attitude, featured in large and small sizes, are among the season's must-haves for Fall/Winter 2021. Lip gloss-sized it-bag from Jacquemus is no longer a priority. Whether you choose to invest in a traditional bag or a more stylish item, there is a bag that will complement your look.
3. One-Piece at a Time
In fact, it all began when Beyonce was fully dressed in a Marine Serre suit. Bodysuit are booming in popularity this year, elevating one-piece elegance to new extremes. Bodysuits are among the cool kids on the runway, from Prada to Dolce & Gabbana, David Koma to rising designer Maximilian Davis, Emilia Wickstead to GCDS.
4. 20’s is Back in Town
What are Miu Miu, Jil Sander, Coach, Dries Van Noten, Khaite, Paco Rabanne, Kwaiden Editions, Judy Turner, Vaquera, and Fendi all about? All inspired by the elegant and stylish flapper dresses of the 1920s. These gowns, embellished with silk and lace, seemed to have effortlessly adapted to the present day, with their romantic attitude and grunge accents from the 1990s
5. Color Book
Neon colors, which have been reminding themselves periodically for several seasons, double the dose of energy this season, making their presence felt on the catwalks. The neon palette that makes a place for itself in the Fall/Winter 2021 collections of Dior, Victoria Beckham and Erdem as well as brands such as Versace, Balmain and Roksanda, looking for a dose of fun. Neon hues are both striking and energetic, in contrast to the fall color pallet.
Author: Zeynep Gür