7 FASHION TRENDS WE WON'T BE ABLE TO IGNORE IN 2021
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The fashion forces in Paris wrapped up a month of spectacular displays with an elegantly prepared touch. If you’ve been suffering from work-from-home cozy clothing burnout, these styles from Paris Fashion Week may just be the cure.

Take a look at our overview of the main trends from the SS21 Paris Fashion Week.

  • Miniskirts are making a comeback.

We spotted it at Miu Miu, Chanel, and Coperni.

What you should know: “The Miu Miu presentation appeared like the Euphoria generation’s guide to dressing seamlessly,” according to Vogue, which covered the live broadcast hours later. The young enthusiasm was amplified, particularly by model Lila Grace Moss, who made her triumphant catwalk debut on Miu Miu’s SS21 runway. The miniskirt, a comment on the initial ’60s youthquake, as termed by Diana Vreeland, then editor-in-chief of Vogue magazine, in 1965, merged into a collection humming with hope in Mrs. Prada’s hands.

  • Fashion: poetic armour

Nina Ricci, Patou, Loewe, and Ellery were among the designers we saw.

What you should know:

Loewe’s diverse sizes, as Vogue’s Sarah Mower pointed out, “literally tell a lot about the women who take up space in the world.” Shorthand by JW Anderson? ‘Poetic armour,’ and the way via which we might be able to ‘escape with the clothing’.

  • The Fashion Item: Loose Tailoring

It was spotted at Louis Vuitton, The Row, and Balenciaga.

What you should know: While previous seasons’ spacious designs highlighted the distressed side of large cuts, this spring’s vibe takes a more meaningful approach to the trends. The fitted pants by Louis Vuitton for SS21 are a sign of uniting freedoms. Nicolas Ghesquière told Vogue’s Nicole Phelps days before the presentation, ‘My query this season was less about one subject; it was about this zone between femininity and masculine.’

‘Non-binary folks, who are giving themselves a lot of freedom by wearing how they want and in turn offering a lot of freedom to all of us, are highlighting this area. Exploring what items embody this wardrobe that is neither feminine nor masculine was inspiring to me. I was hoping to go closer to the centre.’

  • Theatre transparencies are on the rise.

Maison Margiela, Givenchy, Loewe, and Christopher Esber were among the stores where we spotted it.

What you should know:

PFW SS21 was a milestone to remember if you (like us) had lost your way in the fast-paced theatrics of fashion in the middle of 2020, with Maison Margiela and Loewe exhibiting collections overflowing in aesthetic drama. Discover the shapes provided by transparent layers, which are part of Loewe’s JW Anderson’s ongoing handcrafted approach to fashion. “When we were doing this, we were all on lockdown,” Anderson told Vogue. ‘We had a hard time finding cloth, so we made do with what we had.’ My message was simple: simply imagine what you want! It was a fantastic group effort. Each outfit demonstrates workmanship and style.’

  • The lingerie details trend

Paco Rabanne, Balenciaga, Kwaidan Editions were among the stores where we spotted it.

‘I heard a comment from Martin Margiela on the usefulness of time stamps on garments when I was working there,’ says the author. Demna Gvasalia of Balenciaga spoke with Vogue’s Sarah Mower via phone from her home in Switzerland. Gvasalia’s allusion to classic Parisian underwear has a touch to antiquity, as if she’s been plucked from another age, yet she’s anchored by an unflinchingly current viewpoint.

‘93.5 percent of the basic materials in this collection are certified sustainable or recycled,’ according to the collection notes. Gvasalia’s viewpoint is intimately tied to the fact that 100% of the printing bases have sustainable certifications.

‘It’s not a Stanley Kubrick space age picture for me when I think about the future.’ Mine is straightforward. Everything fashionable in 10 years will be sustainable. Is there any debate? The Balenciaga head of house stated, “I believe we will repurpose the garments we have.” ‘Time creates lovely things.’

  • Draping is the latest fashion trend.

We saw it at Altuzarra, Yohji Yamamoto, Y/Project, and Balmain, among others.

What you should know:

You can trust Olivier Rousteing of Balmain to describe what we’ve all been thinking after a season of exposed bras and peek-a-boo underwear. He told Vogue that there is “a touch of sex in fashion now,” referring to the draping style, which is evocative of the hurriedly knotted sheet cover-ups.

  • The current fashion: fishing nets

Dries Van Noten, Rick Owens, Hermès, and Balenciaga were among the designers we saw.

What you should know:

Dries Van Noten engaged Dutch artist Viviane Sassen to shoot his SS21 lookbook and accompanying video instead of putting on a performance. As a result, An thrilling beach holiday (even on a laptop screen) that embodies the all-too-often illusive essence of summer style: happiness. There’s a suggestion of the delights of living by the sea through tastefully whimsical layers of fishnets, in addition to the crispest cotton shirts and clever new spins on the bermuda short.

Do you dare to follow these fashion trends?

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