After the recent period of forced stasis, Designers have picked up on the signs, moving from intention to action and sounding out eye-catching trends to get people exploring and taking risks again, rediscovering a sense of belonging and breathing fresh air with equally care-free garments. The leitmotiv can be traced in the sculptural forms, subject to various interpretations, from botanicals to fantasy, up to ‘homemade’ design.
Garments: craft knitwear, deformed suits, crocheted bodices, soft and light clothes, oversize outerwear, bandeau tops, perforated mini-skirts, cut-out dresses, long fit blazers, low rise jeans, mesh knits, skinny jumpsuits, bell skirts, perforated and transparent shirts, cloaks and capes, morphsuits.
Materials: leather, recycled cotton, fancy lace, satin, 3D surfaces, technical fabrics, silk, virgin wool, upcycled materials, metal.
Details: bands and fringes, 3D appliqués, sequins, perforated surfaces, crochet, new cut-outs, zigzag weaves, wide collars, sharp and angular cuts, patchwork, draping, reflective surfaces, floral prints, artistic compositions.
Accessories: platforms, chunky sandals, Mary Jane stilettos, platform ankle boots, glitter court shoes, metallic sandals, kitten heel loafers, leather clogs, bucket bags, micro bags, puffy bags, casket shoulder bags, satchels, monogram bags, crocheted shoppers, jewelled chains.
Colours: sand, clay, terracotta, tangerine, bubblegum, passion red, lilac, amethyst, sky blue, flag green, jade, lemon, lime.