The new collections for fall/winter 2020/2021: those 6 that I like
A new season. New trends. Not such much of some new… us, people, but for sure different. This fall comes with a lot of nice collections from all our favourite designers. Among them, 7 new collections from fall/winter 2020/2021 I fell in love with.
Ambush – Fall/Winter 2020/2021 lookbook shows a compelling blend of contemporary design and timeless shapes. The Korean-American designer Yoon Ahn proposed for this season a lot of streetwear pieces in neon colours. @ambush_official
READ about the AMBUSH the brand – here.
Coperni – The two designers of the brand, Sébastien Meyer and Arnaud Vaillant, staged their first-ever Coperni show, a very minimalist way, in neutral colours. Their pieces – severe, but in the same way sexy – are inspired by the utopian 1960s Space Age. @coperni
Mira Mikati – a lot of colours, tons of smiles and good vibes: as always, Mira Mikati collection is very tonic and make me think of some beautiful holidays with sun, sea and fun. Mikati’s fall inspiration was inspired by a holiday of hers (I told you!) in Utah, Sonoma, and Santa Fe a couple years back. “They were listening to Lil Nas X’s and wanted something disco, rock, and Western at the same time, where everyone is in a good mood,” the designer explained. “I literally changed everything right then.” @miramikati
About the previous collections of Mira Mikati, at Paris Fashion Week – here.
Koché Fall/Winter 2020 show. One of my favourite designers, Christelle Kocher was one of the designers trending in the last years. She remained faithful to the street influences mixed up with couture elements, but also to her signature slip dresses combined with sweaters. @koche
READ about the Koché the brand – here.
Nina Ricci – “We went back to the old heritage of Nina Ricci”, said the designers Lisi Herrebrugh and Rushemy Botter. And they looked at the work of the Dutch artist Kees van Dongen this season. A beautiful cropped silhouette and some dusted colours were put beautifully together. @ninaricci
Ports 1961 – The pieces in this collection were classic on first glance, but some sexy & stylish details are underneath. Big bows, golden details, silk and lace. A bourgeois lady dressing with a twist, dressed by Karl Templer and Fabien Baron, the new creative team appointed last year at the brand. @ports1961
Photography: PR brands