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Fashion Trends that will soar SS21


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Fashion Trends that will soar SS21

When viewing the spring summer 2021 collections you need to first acknowledge the context in which these looks were created—designers around the world were all working during lockdown, not using their usual resources, divided from their teams and facing huge logistical challenges. With that being said, spring/summer 2021 definitely a season to remember! Their work was then presented to the world largely via livestreams, videos and fashion shows with limited audiences.

There were two approaches this season—some created bold, infectious clothes to put the joy back into getting dressed, and others brought us classic pieces that act as an extension of the past year's comfortable uniform.

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Monochrome Magic


Gabriela Hearst

Maison Margiela

In a world with no simple answers or even straightforward questions, designers showed a predilection for black and white – most often, together. With two tones separates to show stopping garments, this trend is sure to make a statement this season.

Maxi Dressing


Dolce & Gabbana

Michael Kora

The most romantic idea of a maxi dress has appeared on catwalks, seen at Dior, Alberta Ferretti, Valentino, Erdem and Michael Kors, floor-sweeping and sheer styles will confer on their wearer a glamorous looks.

Wide Leg Trousers

Max Mara



The wide leg trousers are expressing true elegance in the form of soft silhouettes! This trend can be dressed up or down with your favourite pieces from your wardrobe.

Indoor Disco Sequins


Elie Saab

Louis Vuitton

Sequins aren't just for the Christmas season! Given that none of us have worn sequins for what feels like forever, the glittery effect is bringing a new lease of life to spring/summer. The relaxed styling shows true effortless, yet fashionable looks.

Stripes, Stripes and More Stripes

Christopher Kane


Kenneth Ize

Is there anything more energising than stripes? The bigger, the ballsier, the better, was the message on the spring runways. It's time to be more playful with the classic print - whether that is with colours or the directions. This timeless aesthetic will always dominate the runways.

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