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Our 5 Favorite Trends From Fashion Month FW21

Get ready for post-pandemic dressing.

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Our 5 Favorite Trends From Fashion Month FW21

Get ready for post-pandemic dressing.

Fashion month Fall/Winter 2021 has come and gone and, though we hope the pandemic has abated by next season, we thoroughly enjoyed seeing designers get creative with outdoor shows and other COVID-conscious workarounds. From New York to Paris, brands looked forward to post-pandemic dressing, showing both party-ready designs and relaxed silhouettes catering to our newfound appreciation for loungewear.

Labels big and small have us excited for what’s to come in fashion, from statement footwear to quilted coats. Keep reading for our top five FW21 trends.

Think Pink

Miu Miu Proenza Schouler Sandy Liang Fall/Winter 2021

Self-Portrait; Thebe Magugu; Fendi

Get ready for the resurgence of pink. Blush tones appeared in collections from Self-Portrait, Thebe Magugu and Fendi, rendered as feminine frocks and tailored suiting. Veering away from millennial pink, designers opted for a shades ranging from pale champagne to bubblegum pink.

Strategic Cut-Outs

Miu Miu Proenza Schouler Sandy Liang Fall/Winter 2021

Sandy Liang; Vivienne Westwood; MSGM

Go ahead, show a little skin. Sandy Liang and Vivienne Westwood positioned oval cut-outs onto the décolletage, while MSGM added keyhole accents to turtleneck tops and dresses.

Coordinated Knits

Miu Miu Proenza Schouler Sandy Liang Fall/Winter 2021

Marni; Isabel Marant; Proenza Schouler

Playing off the success of sweater vests, designers presented cozy, coordinated knitwear marrying comfort and sophistication. Isabel Marant showed a ribbed knit pullover paired with a matching knee-length skirt, and Proenza Schouler presented a slouchy, chocolate brown turtleneck and maxi. Marni also dabbled in knits, washing them in bright orange and pink ombré.

Quilted Outerwear

Miu Miu Proenza Schouler Sandy Liang Fall/Winter 2021

Eckhaus Latta; Dior; Miu Miu

Quilted coats and jackets arrived in the form of a neon bomber at Eckhaus Latta and a pillowy lavender puffer at Miu Miu. At Dior, Maria Grazia Chiuri offered a refined take on down-filled outerwear, quilting a black overcoat with the same grid-like top-stitching that appears on the house’s iconic Lady bag.

Flashy Footwear

Miu Miu Proenza Schouler Sandy Liang Fall/Winter 2021

Versace; Schiaparelli; Prada

Designers stepped into FW21 foot first. Versace dressed models in towering, chunky heels constructed with bejeweled ankle straps and Prada showed platform boot leggings printed with colorful, geometric graphics. Schiaparelli presented some particularly eye-catching styles including ankle-breaking flat-forms and thigh-high boots with molded toes dipped in gold.

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