New York has spoken – these 6 trends will be everywhere in 6 months

Why, yes, it’s that time again: It’s the glorious start of the fashion month. The Fall / Winter 2021 shows officially kicked off in New York this week, and while the pandemic has limited the number of in-person events, the show must (literally) go on. Practically of course. In addition to mainstays in New York like Jason Wu and Prabal Gurung, we’re excited to see Maisie Wilen and PH5 brands getting hotter by the minute.

Let’s face it – the frenzied week can be a bit overwhelming to digest. So think of this as your ultimate Big Apple shows cheat sheet. Below is a breakdown of all of the notable shows with the standout looks and emerging trends of each show. Expect these looks to be all over your Instagram feeds next spring. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.

As of now in 2021, we’ve already seen the neckline trend catching on, but given the recent fall / winter collections we’ve looked at this week, the eye-catching silhouettes are going nowhere. We’re bookmarking the hollowed out knitwear as featured by Jonathan Simkhai and Bevza as a potential key purchase for fall.

Buy the trend:

Victor Glemaud Long Sleeve Turtleneck Dress in Poppy ($ 595)

Eloquii Long Sleeve Cutout Tee ($ 50)

Coats so puffy and cloud-like that you’re tempted to take a nap – that’s the mood for fall. Many designers from Marina Moscone to Claudia Li are on board and show quilted puffer coats in their collections, which range from crystal embellished to reserved.

Buy the trend:

3.1 Quilted ripstop jacket with Phillip Lim belt (USD 695)

& Other Stories Double Breasted Quilted Coat ($ 179)

We first noticed the sweater vest trend last September, and I’ll just put it this way: we told you. Now that the runways have spoken in New York this fall, we can confirm that the rope is officially here to stay. How can you wear it for fall? Layered over a long skirt à la Jason Wu, Bevza and PH5.

The story goes on

Buy the trend:

Acne Studios oversized knitted tank ($ 440)

H&M Wide-Cut Sweater Vest ($ 20)

Obviously, nothing is immune to the world of the Bridgerton fandom. A fashion aesthetic emerges in the wake of the iconic Netflix show that everyone and their mom are obsessed with. These themes were repeated on the runways this fall, where Prabal Gurung and Markarian’s evening attire is matched with the corsets, floral prints, and dainty bows that define the look.

Buy the trend:

Reformation Hallie Dress ($ 278)

Everything is a Gentle Spring Valentine’s Day Shepherd’s Corset ($ 260)

There’s a new neutrality in town and it feels completely fresh from what we’ve seen in previous seasons. This week, the NYC catwalks have hit deep indigo in all sorts of ensembles, from western-inspired denim to sleek suits.

Buy the trend:

Jacquemus Valerie Cutout Canvas Midi Dress ($ 516)

Mango Dark Denim Shirt ($ 30)

We were less of a trend than a styling trick. We saw some of these layered t-shirt moments and just couldn’t ignore them. They have a long sleeved t-shirt of a light color underneath a boxer t-shirt that feels very skater-inspired. As per private policy, this is an easy way to add a pop of color to an all black look.

Buy the trend:

Maisie Wilen perforated stretch-jersey turtleneck top ($ 382)

Ganni Basic Cotton Jersey T-Shirt ($ 105)

Next, see the six sandal trends I predict that will define summer 2021.

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