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Perfection -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Women's Knitwear on Catwalks
S/S 2021 catwalks come as scheduled. This report analyzes and compares S/S 2021 and S/S 2020 knitwear styles. From the bar chart, we can see knitted pullovers occupy the highest percentage; outerwear and trousers hold steady parts; dresses decline than S/S 2020; knitted sets grow obviously, worth attention.
Suits & Sets -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Fabrics on Womenswear Catwalks
Due to COVID-19, S/S 2021 four major fashion weeks are held online and offline. S/S 2021 fashion weeks center on practicality, comfort and versatility, blurring the boundary between conventional luxury and leisure. Soft, flowing and practical solid fabrics make classic sets and suits more daily. As the core of female wardrobes, suits dominate. Undyed casual cotton and linen fabrics, lightweight TR fabrics and other comfortable fabrics find a place in conventional suits and make them more trans-seasonal. From S/S 2021 four major fashion weeks, we can see suits and sets are moving towards daily comfort.
French Flavor -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Paris Fashion Week
Due to this pandemic, online New York Fashion and London Fashion Week almost gain no attention. But more brands hold physical fashion shows in Milan Fashion Week. Paris Fashion Week from September 28th to October 6th seems even more unique. 84 brands join it; 18 brands including Dior, Louis Vuitton and Chanel hold physical shows; there are also 29 static shows. This time Paris Fashion Week focuses on eulogizing nature, French flavor and Chinese elements, to inspire people to get closer to nature, inherit French romanticism and rebuild confidence in future life.
The Creative City -- The Comprehensive Analysis of London Fashion Week
London Fashion Week features prominent designs, euphoric colors and charming clothes. Continuing female power from last season, its new season mixes elegance with power for a female new urban style. Both the powerful style and the simple neutral office style all focus on female independence. Vibrant Orange Ochre, Pickled Pepper and Illuminating express hopes for revival and a better life.
Sustainable Denim -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Denim on Womenswear Catwalks
With the coming post-coronavirus era, S/S 2021 four major fashion weeks are held online and offline. Denim becomes a key fabric for S/S items. Throughout S/S 2021 catwalks, it is easy to find the importance of sustainable development.Denim should focus on minimizing waste, negating the impact to the environment and maximizing product value and life cycle. Recycled fibers and low-impact dye and wash processes enhance sustainability of core products. Reusing denim mixes with design process. Creatively upcycling deastock and recycled fabrics excavates the resale value of conventional practical workwear and retro looks.
Dresses & Tops -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Fabrics on Womenswear Catwalks
Due to COVID-19, S/S 2021 four major fashion weeks are held online and offline. S/S 2021 fashion weeks bring feminine lace to a climax, blur the boundary between gowns and everyday wear, and display the fashion charm of lace. Four major fashion weeks lead a new trend for women's dresses and tops, and fuse fashion with daily life.
Reshaping Freedom -- The Catwalk Analysis of Hermes Womenswear
On October 3rd, Hermes S/S 2021 womenswear collection is held in Paris Tennis Club. Designer Nadège Vanhee Cybulski communicates with the world in a special period from an emotional perspective. Just as Vanhee Cybulski says, "Tactility is erased from our lives, but it's important to keep the feeling of touch." Therefore, clothes become a way to express emotions, like the second-skin. This season Hermes tells the core of its womenswear - reshaping freedom.
Revival of Everything -- The Catwalk Analysis of Max Mara Womenswear
Max Mara S/S 2021 show is held in Pinacoteca di Brera gallery in Milan, which blends modern designs with the artistic gallery and nods to Italian cultures and arts. Artist Corin Sworn draws inspiration from Renaissance theaters and creates Silent Sticks, a multimedia device. This gives inspiration to Max Mara new collection. Designer Ian Griffiths sets the theme as Revival of Everything.
Beauty of Black and White -- The Catwalk Analysis of Ports 1961 Womenswear
PORTS 1961 S/S 2021 show is held at Da Vinci Museum of Technology in Milan. For art director Karl Templer, the new season is an exploration of the sensory and connection between clothing and the wearer. Those draped or swaying textiles actually represent a close relationship. Black and white dominate, with red and yellow as decorations. Abstract prints, soft details, ethereal hemline, strappy sandals and high-heels all enrich the visual effect. And this season it blends with illustrations of Aubrey Beardsley. Black and white pictures leave much blank space, showing the free and artistic temperament of modern females.
The Intangible Hell -- The Catwalk Analysis of SPORT MAX Womenswear
This collection draws inspiration from poems of American poet Walt Whitman and injects Emotional Purity into surreal silhouettes. With the reference of L'Enfer (an experimental visual video) by Romy Schneider, it breaks stereotypes, combines high-tech materials with soft fabrics, creates a translucent and layered visual effect, and displays female form.
Light and Shadow -- The Catwalk Analysis of Fendi Menswear and Womenswear
Fendi S/S 2021 show is held in Milan as scheduled. La Famiglia, Fendi S/S 2021 collection, is inspired by family, the designer's childhood and the family life during pandemic. Silvia says, "Time spent with family - descendants who raised together in Rome - prompts quiet introspection in a window or garden to watch the world go by." Looking out from the inside, looking out from the outside, shadows and reflections are projected throughout the series. She explains the memory and thinking about the childhood, family and life. As for the setting, traditional elements and home life are mixed. The flowing white curtain is ethereal. The wavy sofas on the runway are also draped in pure white cotton, echoing the white curtain. Recently, Fendi appoints Kim Jones as the artistic director who will be in charge of women's haute couture, ready-to-wear and fur collections. Silvia Venturini Fendi continues the responsibility of accessories and menswear collections. But Kim Jones remains the artistic director of menswear. It's said that the A/W 2021 collection will be the first ready-to-wear collection of Kim Jones in Fendi.
Both Hard and Soft -- The Catwalk Analysis of Peter Do Womenswear
In this turbulent era, flexibility has been essential. Since its establishment two years ago, Peter Do features neat lines as well as flexibility. Peter Do's designs reveal deconstruction and feminine details. This season he continues the outerwear that can be adjusted to be a cropped top and a backless camisole in S/S 2020, and mixes it with silk dresses, vests and suits.
Meet Me in Tulum -- The Catwalk Analysis of Jason Wu Womenswear
Jason Wu S/S 2021 series awakens people's good memories about rainforest with a casual natural style. Inspired by the Mexican jungle island of Tulum, the designer creates an energy box that allows him to gather sunshine, tropical jungle, colors and happy memories. Unlike the stereotype that Jason Wu focuses on an urban elegant style, this time it displays a novel and younger side through casual, playful, vigorous and passionate designs.
Urban Resort -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Resort Womenswear Catwalks
In Resort 2021, the dress holds the largest percentage. Tops occupy a larger part than dresses. Everyday separates become key. Stripes remain important. Big floral patterns grow. Tie-dye is developing powerfully.
Game On -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Louis Vuitton Womenswear
Louis Vuitton 2021 Resort collection draws inspiration from Static Journey, takes "Game On" as the theme and explores inner emotions. Items of this collection are shot in the studio in Paris of Nicolas Ghesquiere, the womenswear art director. Nicolas Ghesquiere compares fashion creation to adventures in games. The collection consists of two parts, Quotidian and Playing Cards. Playing cards become main design elements of bags in the new season. Classic monogram mixes with four suits of playing cards, or bags are designed to be playing cards, hearts and dice. This collection takes us on a relaxing and unique resort journey.
Balanced Minimalism -- The Catwalk Analysis of Jil Sander Womenswear
Jil Sander leads the minimalist fashion and influences the whole fashion industry. Its Resort 2021 collection balances between utility and minimalism and enhances utility without compromising minimalism. In this collection, we can see new elements mix with minimalist style to enrich the brand's culture.
Online Fashion Weeks -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Haute Couture
2020 is hard for the fashion industry. This COVID-19 pandemic disrupts the original plan of many brands. The A/W 2020 Haute Couture fashion week is held via videos. Without stars and fashion bloggers to heat the fashion week, many brands conceptualize a new presentation mode and display their eye-catching works with their creativity. Luckily, with the help of digital technology, they can present their designs online. Lets' see what the online fashion week is like.
L'amour -- The Catwalk Analysis of Jacquemus Womenswear
With a theme of L'amour, Jacquemus S/S 2021 series is launched in a wheat field in the northwest of Paris. The series takes cues from the dance aesthetics of Swedish dancer Alexander Ekman, uses neutrals like black, white, khaki and grass as dominant colors, and reveals a pure, deep and French vibe, reminding of romantic scenes in Days of Heaven by Terrence Malick. Combing with post-coronavirus concept, designer hopes that by creating a simple and casual country wedding, everyone who is stuck at home will awaken their true and romantic side with something like bubble. The fashion show is held in the natural wheat field. Only 100 close families and friends are invited, and they are separated by wheat. Models are walking in the endless wheat filed. The meandering boardwalk and the flourishing wheat display the elevated touch of nature. This show continues the languid and casual pastoral style and romantic French style, depicting a beautiful summer scenery.
Gowns -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Womenswear Catwalks
In A/W 20/21, as the party season comes, gowns will stand out. Voluminous or minimalist or tight straight gowns and neat suits create a sophisticated and sexy vibe. Dark tones are dominant. Black returns back and becomes the key color of a wide range of gowns. Gemstone colors and warm metallic tones become emphasized decorative colors. Nostalgic keynote and luxurious romanticism is an important theme. Soft ruffles and draping lines highlight a fantasy style. Textural details emphasize prevalent femininity. New Victorian style gains more attention, and works with lace, stacked gauze and velvet to create more gowns.
Color Impact -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Women's Leather/Fur on Catwalks
With the change of lifestyle, sustainability and durability become the driving force of design. Transseasonal color proportion and natural tones are emphasized. Autumn tones, neutral camel tones and grey tones are increasingly important. Gem palette is enchanting and charming. Rocky Road and Chicory Coffee enhance the importance of deep brown colors. Preppy red is the key color of the right palette. A single color is used to create a simplified and individualized appearance.
Accessories -- The Comprehensive Analysis of A/W 20/21 Catwalks
In A/W 20/21, the elegant comfortable style is quite appealing; high-quality materials are used to upgrade the casual belt, ribbed beanie hat and the knitted scarf. The silk scarf and wide belt are worth investment. Consumers prefer durable items. Leather substitutes rejuvenate recycled textile threads and unmarketable products.
Focus on Placement -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Catwalk Details
Based on the data of A/W 20/21 four fashion weeks, this report analyzes different parts and placement details of clothing, explores the beauty of details and provides inspiration for extreme details.
Style, Item and Fabric -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Women's Leather/ Fur Clothing on Catwalks
Based on sustainability, leather will be the main material in A/W 20/21. The leather which is designed and recycled sustainably is more advocated. The metal-free, chromium-free and vegetable dyeing are better for the environment. The superior quality sense is the key to leather and fur fabric. Berber fleece and fleece display comfort and quality sense. Optimism persists in turbulent times. The vintage era (including middle-class style) is a source of inspiration. The feminine silhouette reveals a retro feel, and the waist becomes the focus of design. The minimalism drives the rise of designs which is not restricted to seasons. Therefore, the all-over printed style declines. In this season, prints of leather and fur industry are dominated by natural landscapes and folk patterns.
Elegance of History -- The Catwalk Analysis of LANVIN Womenswear
LANVIN A/W 2020 womenswear show is held in Manufacture des Gobelins built in the 15th century in Paris. The show with a theme of Conversation Piece draws inspirations from the 1960s. The space age, elaborate makeup and supermodels from the 1990s work together to make the show a retro party. The creative director Bruno Sialelli connects the contemporary era and the history through a time-travel dialogue with the brand's founder Jeanne Lanvin. In this season, he reinterprets the creative ideas of Jeanne Lanvin and interprets Lanvin in different voices. The new collection takes example by Jeanne Lanvin's signature lines, formal dress style and modern graphic embroidery in the 1920s and 1930s. The graceful lines of the shoulder and structural simple cutting remind of the elegance of haute couture in the middle of the 20th century.