Hi trendies! Today Trendbook the best haute couture looks for autumn-winter 2020/2021 season. Discover the best looks for 2021 fashion trends.
Iconic Parisien fashion houses have adopted new ways of showing their next collections, keeping inspiring the world, trough a distance. Nevertheless, we can still remain mesmerized by their next fashions trends 2021. Discover the next fashion trends from top luxury fashion brands.
Dior with contemporary classic looks, round shapes garments, and full-body capes. This will trend already in previous runway shoes before coronavirus. This is by far one of the major trends in fashion for the season 2020-2021, the extended capes. Not only as one piece itself but as a complement part for coats.
Dolce Gabbana portrays patterns and prints mostly, from polka dots to flora and eclectic 90’s trend.
Chanel iconic to its DNA has showcased it’s autumn-winter for 2020-2021 season. With dark shades and minimalistic lines into their garments. And also the use of organic fibers.
Giambattista the ballet ballroom. In its haute couture winter collection, Giambattista tends oversized tule gowns, accent bows, and both solid and minimalistic colors.
Balmain – The Balmain fashion house, has also embraced the new way of fashion shows. From a renovated cruise ship trough river Seine in Paris, Balmain has shown also it’s haute couture with 90’s influence trend also. Among that, the environmental concern by using curved shapes and vegetable fibers in their garments, one of the major trends for 2021, for interior design also.
Viktor and Rolf expressed a fairy tale come true, full of curved shapes trends, trendy playful prints, but mostly the blend of textures in each garment portraits another design trend of 2021, the design tactile trend.
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