New York Fashion Week AW21: The top trends to note
From left to right: Ulla Johnson, Bevza, and Markarian
When it comes to shades this season, the pale yellow hue is the cream of the crop, much to the minimalists' delight. That said, the looks were anything but plain, as chunky big knits, fringed details, and ultra-feminine silhouettes amped things up.
From left to right: Bevza, Zimmermann, and Sandy Liang
The autumn/winter season may be a time to layer up, but designers are all for showing some skin with cutouts—specifically, peekaboo keyholes that let you reveal a hint of your décolletage.
From left to right: Alice + Olivia, Ulla Johnson, and Prabal Gurung
The Bridgerton effect is here to stay. Designers are hopping on the regencycore trendwagon by sending down retro-inspired looks that are fit for a lady. Cue the gloves, the puffy sleeves, the ruffles, and the corsets.
From left to right: Adam Lippes, Proenza Schouler, and 3.1 Phillip Lim
Pantsuits, as usual, are in abundance this season, but instead of a tailored and tapered silhouette, designers went down the androgynous route with menswear-inspired shapes that exude that nonchalant flair.
From left to right: Staud, Claudia Li, and Tanya Taylor
Our lazy-day favourite made a strong impression this season, as an array of brands introduced co-ords that will always make you look put together (no pun intended) at any time and for any occasion. One of each, please.
From left to right: Bibhu Mohapatra, Gabriela Hearst, and Proenza Schouler
Yes, you heard that right. Designers proved that the best way to layer up for AW21 is by throwing on a cape. The outerwear can be found in different lengths and silhouettes this round, but they all have one thing in common: they bring the drama.
From left to right: 3.1 Phillip Lim, Collina Strada, and Jason Wu
Sweater vests that are trending right now continue to make a splash on the NYFW runways. From colourful geometric print to minimal basics, the versatility of the piece is apparent. While jeans are fail-proof, layering it over a flowy midi skirt (as seen above) gives it that extra allure.
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