Pratishtha Rana
The world of luxury fashion is all set to welcome 2021. The year 2020 was about hitting the refresh button and bringing comfortable clothing back to the moodboard. The beginning of the new year means keeping that energy going while also throwing in a few bold, dressy, and formal pieces into your wardrobe. Think maxis, kaftans, tweed skirts, padded shoulder blazers, and neons.
Here’s all that is new, happening and in vogue.
Dior Cruise 2021 revisits the lands of Southern Italy to bring to life a collection of edgy and flamboyant silhouettes.
Moschino Pre-Fall 2021 mirrors the idea of mix and match, courtesy its Creative Director Jeremy Scott. He played with Moschino’s iconic teddy bear imprint and different fabrics and patterns from the archive to create outfits for the new season.
Chanel Spring-Summer 2021 is every bit modern with beautiful hints of vintage such as this version of the French brand’s iconic tweed designed into a co-ord with a jacket and a high-slit pencil skirt.
Oscar de la Renta Pre-Fall 21 is an edit of timeless and playful ready-to-wear outfits. The pineapple motif, one of the key highlights of the collection, is inspired by the brand’s 1992 runway look worn by supermodel Linda Evangelista.
Versace Pre-Fall 2021 is a fit and fluent collection of everyday power-dressed looks that fashion a mix of bright and neutral colour palette.
Givenchy Spring-Summer 2021 is the first collection by Matthew M Williams, the brand’s newly appointed Creative Director. The outfits reflect a sense of modernity, minimal luxury coupled with everyday functionality.
Carolina Herrera Summer 2021 by Wes Gordon celebrates femininity, elegance, and the beauty of dramatic ruffles and some iconic prints such as polka dots.
Balmain Spring Summer 2021 by Creative Director Olivier Rousteing brings the drama of neon into the new season’s wardrobe, featuring power shoulders, lapelled collars, structured blazers and long pants.
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