Mom Est 1993 And Grammy Est 2021 Flower Shirt, hoodie, tank top

Mom Est 1993 And Grammy Est 2021 Flower Shirt, hoodie, tank top

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Mom Est 1993 And Grammy Est 2021 Flower Shirt, hoodie, tank top

Last season, Demna Gvasalia brought fire and flood to the runway at Balenciaga—an all too prescient vision of 2020’s cataclysmic reality. And for spring 2021, he proposed a way to reduce fashion’s environmental impact: using upcycled products to redesign. A number of pieces were made from patchworks of materials (one particularly intriguing leather skirt was, in fact, bits of old boots, purses, and motorcycle pants spliced together), while a “fur” coat was constructed of shoe laces. Leaning in to the power of classic, timeless garments, Gvasalia paid homage to founder Cristóbal Balenciaga’s iconic fisherman’s-net dress with a sheer gown made from basketball nets. He also offered plenty of polished yet cozy at-home essentials, such as a plissé soleil skirt tracksuit and a faux shearling bathrobe that doubles as a coat for the grocery run. —Alison S. Cohn

Schiaparelli Mom Est 1993 And Grammy Est 2021 Flower Shirt, hoodie, tank top

It’s been a pretty surreal year, to say the least. Surrealism is core to the Schiparelli DNA; it’s the house of the lobster dress and shoe hat after all. And so artistic director Daniel Roseberry took cues from some of founder Elsa Schiaparelli’s favorite motifs including, yes, the lobster, as well as the padlock and the elephant head, for the collection’s supersize earrings and face pieces. He also added some of his own playful elements, such as paint-spattered denim that buttons up the back. It wasn’t all wit and games, however. Take away the exaggerated styling, and you’ve got beautiful, timeless pieces like a trench coat in a tissue-thin suede and an easy evening dress in a high twist wool crepe. “This moment we’re all sharing will end,” Roseberry said in his show notes. “But these clothes will last. I hope the Schiaparelli woman who wears them finds as much delight in them as I did in their creation.” —Alison S. Cohn

Hermès

For fashion houses focused on luxury, there’s always a premium placed on the tactile. Fine-grade knits, supple leathers, silken blends that feel like hand-spun gold—these are labels that know the value of something looking and feeling divine. Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski clearly spent part of lockdown thinking about the power of touch, using materials that beg to be stroked and crafting clothes that celebrate the body. There were beautiful smooth leather separates, suede whipstitch jackets, and rich cashmere aplenty. Sporty bodysuits used cutouts at the sides to enhance curves, and leather-edged cage dresses called attention to the body moving underneath. A sweater with a scarf rolled and buckled at the neck combined the best of both: It was an extra dose of rich knitwear always at the ready to cosset and comfort on demand. To touch and be touched: the ultimate luxury. —Leah Melby Clinton

 

 

 

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