44 Gorgeous Magnificence Appears From Fall 2021 New York Vogue Week


These fashion month trends are the perfect mix of comfort and high fashion

Although almost nothing on Fashion Month looks like it did before COVID, one thing has remained constant about the biannual event: the arrival of new fashion trends. There are almost no in-person shows, and many presentations were taped long before the official calendars began, yet just like a year ago – before the pandemic settled in – this season’s collections were full of pieces we could covet and copy comes Fall ’21. According to some designers, the fall fashion landscape will remain steadfast in its pursuit of comfort. Brands like Staud, Sandy Liang and Bevza are debuting cloud-like pieces that are the fashion equivalent of a hug. At the other end of the spectrum, designers look to a time when we have a reason to dress up again. On the catwalks of Claudia Li, Alice + Olivia and Prabal Gurung, glamorous looks appeared, which ranged from dazzling accessories to mini dresses in the style of the 80s in bright colors and bold prints. Other eye-catching extras came in the form of stockings of all kinds, from knee socks for Sandy Liang to tights for Maisie Wilen; oversized scarves at The Row, Ganni, and Ka Wa Key; and matching sets that are perfect for both lockdown and non-lockdown activities. But we’ve already given too much away. Click ahead to find out what trends we’ll be wearing next fall. 80s glam Though many look down on the 80s and its sometimes puzzling trends – belts over cable knit sweaters paired with stirrup leggings, anyone? – There’s something to be said about the party aesthetic of the era. Knowing that we can’t wait to dress in glamorous night looks again, designers at Alice + Olivia presented jeweled mini dresses and at Prabal Gurung dotted dresses paired with elbow-length gloves. Prabal GurungBronx and BancoPhoto: Courtesy of Getty.MarkarianPhoto: Courtesy of Markarian.Puffers We’re missing hugs in 2021. Unfortunately, given the six foot rule, it’s not as easy (or safe) as it used to be to get one from someone who isn’t in your pod. This is where buffers come in. Sure, they’ll keep you warm on a cold day, but this season’s jacket selection – that comes with pillow-like pockets, scarves, and more – will lull you into a tight embrace of style and comfort too. Photo: Courtesy of Staud.AknvasPhoto: Courtesy of Aknvas.AmbushPhoto: Courtesy of Ambush bringing DIY to the runway – and not just in the form of tie-dye (though there’s plenty of it this season too) . Rather, it’s crystal details, crochet, quilted fabrics, and more that popped up during Fashion Month, when Claudia Li added gem bows to gemstone outerwear and SoCal designer Stan upcycled quilts to make jackets and pants. Claudia LiPhotography by: Benn Jae.StanPhoto: Courtesy of Stan. LibertinePhoto: Courtesy of Libertine.Matching setsMatching sets have become a mainstay of quarantine fashion – and they’re just getting more stylish. The easy to dress up, assemble and effortlessly chic coordinates are an obvious choice for designers looking to predict what our wardrobes will look like after six months. At (Ganni), expect knitwear (Victor Glemaud), fleece (Staud) and leather. Victor GlemaudPhoto: Courtesy of Victor GlemaudGanniPhoto by: Lana Ohrimenko.StaudPhoto: Courtesy of Staud At Maisie Wilen, tie-dye and mismatched tights were combined with rock sets and pastel-colored lace-up sandals, resulting in an optimistic look that made us even before the could preserve the grayest autumn days. Knee-length, transparent socks adorned the legs of the models at Sandy Liang, who rounded off the preschool look with Mary Janes and patent leather clogs. Ulla Johnson, Bronx and Banco and Dirty Pineapple added tights to the mix for Fall ’21. Maisie WilenPhotography By: Zev SchmidtzSandy LiangPhoto: Courtesy of Sandy Liang.Ulla JohnsonPhoto: Courtesy of Ulla Johnson If you wear them too often, be on the runway. For Ambush’s menswear show, the models were decked out in puddle boot-like rain boots that looked more like clown shoes (in a fancy way) than rubber boots. PH5 saw models clattering on an all-white set in matching clogs of epic proportions. Similar sized clogs were also spotted at Area’s first couture show in January, although theirs were metallic and contained precious stones. Suffice it to say, if spring ’21 saw the rise of the big bag, autumn ’21 will bring forth its successor: the big shoe. PH5Photography by: Lee Kun Seok, Statement Scarves, Lenny Kravitz called, he wants his scarf back. In January’s Y / Project men’s fashion collection, oversized scarves completely hid the models’ faces. At Ganni and The Row, the favorite fashion designers have made the standard winter accessory even more of a statement and created sweater-scarf hybrids that will make you wonder: Where does my scarf end and where does my sweater begin? London-based designer Ka Wa Key followed suit, attaching rainbow and fuzzy scarves around the neck, head and body of the Fall 21 line. Photo: Courtesy of The Row.Ka Wa KeyPhoto: Courtesy of Ka Wa Key.GanniPhotography by: Lana Ohrimenko.Tranquil FashionWhile the maximalist aesthetic is all the rage right now, the designers at Bevza, The Row, and Rosetta Getty lined up quieter cloakroom for the essentials before falling. The result? Soft, cozy fabrics – in the form of knitted hoods, sweater dresses and coats – in optically soothing, monochrome color palettes – from cool gray tones to warm oatmeal. BevzaPhoto: Courtesy of Bevza.The RowPhoto: Courtesy of The Row.Rosetta GettyPhoto: Courtesy of Rosetta Getty. How do you see? How about a little more R29 grade, right here? Copenhagen leads fashion week sustainability 2021 lingerie trends shopped for now, according to NYFW, clogs are not going anywhere

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