Stine Goya Gets Dressed in Pastel Shades for SS21 Collection
With prints inspired by Henri Matisse’s works.
Following up on her color-blocked collection for the Spring/Summer 2020 season, Stine Goya has now unveiled her Spring/Summer 2021 range filled with playful experimentation and abstract patterns. Presented in time with Copenhagen Fashion Week, the latest lookbook celebrates the Scandinavian designer’s creative spirit.
Taking inspiration from the bold colors and abstract prints from the Fauvist movement, the creative reimagines the experiences of the House of Goya into new patterns that are accompanied by pastel shades. “Dancers,” which pays homage to Henri Matisse’s artwork, depicts Danish summer nights, while the “Distortion” print is a delicate watercolor pattern splashed onto woven jacquard fabric. These new creations are seen on outerwear items like coats and jackets to emphasize a dramatic look. More playful looks are seen throughout the lineup, including geometric grids on a dress and shirt. Rounding off the collection are more cozy loungewear pieces such as hooded tracksuits, sweaters and more.
Scroll through the gallery above for Stine Goya’s full SS21 lookbook.
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