Ottolinger Is Snuggling in Bulky Outerwear for FW21
Accompanied by sheer pieces with statement prints.
For Paris Fashion Week this Fall/Winter 2021 season, Ottolinger has showcased a digital presentation fusing realism with futurism. Each look on the zigzag runway is dedicated to the theme centered around “rebellion, resistance and transformation of transition,” as stated in a press release.
Set in a terrain-like space, the collection sees models strut in bulky, deconstructed silhouettes signature to the Ottolinger brand. A jacket and skirt set gets a vibrant makeover with orange spray, while more bits of denim peep through knitwear items that are woven with one another. Taking the spotlight this time around are Cheyenne Julien‘s prints that are inspired by actual people within the artist’s daily circle. The patterns appear on a series of sheer tops, pants and wrap skirts.
Elsewhere, bulky outerwear pieces arrive in the form of shearling jackets and coats in bright yellow and khaki green. The collection continues with chunky puffer pieces that are accentuated with crossbody accessories in contrasting colors.
Scroll through the gallery above for Ottolinger’s FW21 collection, and watch the virtual presentation below.
Don’t forget to keep up with our FW21 Fashion Week coverage.