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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.
Classicism and Art -- The Catwalk Analysis of Loewe Womenswear
Silhouette and fabric are key elements to create the A/W 2020 series for Jonathan Anderson, the creative director of the Spanish brand Loewe. "I analyze Spanish culture and how the world looks at it", Jonathan Anderson explains backstage after the show, "I work on how to bring classic images of Spain into people's wardrobes and I really enjoy the process of building silhouettes of clothes. Last season I worked on silhouette and fabric very successfully, so this season I decide to continue this design idea." This collection is filled with a large number of simplified prints with traditional Spanish ceramic patterns as the main part. The partial silhouette of the design is based on the retro court looks. Loewe also works with ceramic artists to create lots of ceramic decorations for the ready-to-wear of this show. These are all in line with Jonathan Anderson's understanding of Spain.
Releasing Female Power -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Paris Fashion Week
From "leftover lady", "malechauvinist" to "sexual harassment" and "anti-domestic violence", more and more gender issues have emerged in public debate in recent years, accompanied by a feminist critique. Feminism is a series of knowledge methodology formed around the criticism of human patriarchy, and beyond the specific disciplines and research paradigms. It has become an important part of the social current of thoughts. Throughout the four fashion weeks for A/W 20/21, many brands have mentioned liberating females, female power and feminism, especially Paris Fashion Week. Christian Dior has a theme of "I SAY I" to express female power. Celine tells the story of womenswear during May 1968 events in France. Chanel puts forward the idea of liberation, and launches a series friendly to women. Valentino is the queen of the new minimalism. Miu Miu emphasizes the young lady's wear in the empire collection of the 1940s style. All of them are speaking out for women through fashionable way to show the gender mainstreaming from the perspective of gender equality under the turbulent times.
The Power of Optimism -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Colors of Women's Knitwear in The Four Fashion Weeks
With the continuous expansion of the NCP, the four fashion weeks for A/W 20/21 are affected in varying degrees. Many brands cancel the show, while the brands joining the events advocate watching the shows live online. In view of the latest data, we extract five key color tones of blue-green, blue, yellow and orange and khaki. According to data of this season and previous three seasons, blue-green tones and orange tones grow, so we should pay attention to the color senses and clothing styles. For styles, commuting is the main style, which reflects persistence, patience and positive energy, and conveys the power of optimism.
Innovate The Classic -- The Comprehensive Analysis of London Fashion Week
London Fashion Week is an international fashion week for fashion buyers, the news media, and the public. London fashion week ended in February this year. And it's clear that compared to previous LFW shows, this season is a little subdued. This season's London Fashion Week advocates environmentalism and no animal fur. Chinese media, fashion buyers and stars have been forced to change their work plans because of the outbreak. However, there are still many highlights.
Autonomy -- The Catwalk Analysis of N°21 Womenswear
Founded in 2010, the 10th anniversary of N°21 and Milan have been on a journey of change and adventure. The A/W 20/21 collection of N°21 uses irregular designs to point out a more novel and freer direction for females. The minimalist and fun style gets changed in this season. Young decorations like chains and clips are applied to clothing. Lots of neutral clothing with asymmetry, deconstruction and disproportionate cutting emerges in this season. The focus is the transformed collar structure and the retro disco style dominated by sequined fabrics.
Girls, Move Forward! -- The Catwalk Analysis of Chloé Womenswear
In A/W 20/21 collection of Chloé, Natacha ramsa-levi, the creative director, explores the diverse female world. And she invites sculptor Marion Verboom to present sensual gold totem in the show, and musician Marianne Faithfull to read the classic literature. The iconic concrete lines from painter Rita Ackermann's works are also injected into the design of items and accessories. This season Chloe A/W 20/21 collection blends painting, sculpture and poetry into this show, adopts heather rose, dune, light brown, chestnut, dust blue and caramel, and applies paisley prints, the beaded collar and embroidery for a soft visual feel.
Female Power of "I SAY I" – The Catwalk Analysis of Christian Dior Womenswear
The A/W 2020 collection of Christian Dior keeps speaking out for women. The installation, created by "collective artist" Claire Fontaine, features a newspaper-covered floor and slogans from the late Italian art critic and feminist Carla Lonzi. A series of neon-decorated slogans in the show and the printed headbands display the independent character of modern women. The creative director, Maria Grazia Chiuri, draws inspirations from her girlhood diaries and integrates with Mr. Dior's beloved check elements. (Checks made up of pastel colors like milk cocoa, light green and warm grey are endowed with more creativity, elegant and nonchalant.) And tassels are prevailing in this season. Maria Grazia Chiuri continues the theme of "female power", speaks out for women, and expresses Dior's free soul of "I SAY I" with fashion.
Crafts – The Comprehensive Analysis of Women's Knitwear on Catwalks
The four fashion weeks for A/W 20/21 have been affected by the outbreak of NCP to varying degrees. Chinese buyers, stars and media workers have cancelled their schedules. Giorgio Armani's Milan show has changed to online launch. The theme of this Milan Fashion Week is also related to China: "CHINA, WE ARE WITH YOU". For Paris Fashion Week, despite the schedule change, brands such as MASHAMA, Shiatzy Chen and Uma Wang have also cancelled the event. However, there are still many highlights and vibrancy. This report will analyze from stitches, splicing and decoration to carefully select crafts in the four fashion weeks to help with the development of women's knitwear.
Coexistence of Classics and Future - The Catwalk Analysis of Simonetta Ravizza Women's Fur
Simonetta Ravizza has been focusing on modern ready-to-wear designs that are relaxing, casual and simple, and using sophisticated designs that combine lightweight fabrics with different types of fur. Simonetta Ravizza has teamed up with Loro Piana to create a kind of material made from rare wool yarns. The yarn comes from ranches in a remote valley in central Italy, where animals are raised in an ancient breeding tradition and production is strictly limited, so the yarn has a rough surface. Simonetta Ravizza weaves it into natural-colored check and glen plaid which are made into lose jackets, overcoats and sportswear of the 1970s style. The brand is also committed to using of artificial fur, and to reducing the application of fur.
Navigation Season -- The Catwalk Analysis of Max Mara Womenswear
Inheritance and innovation are the essence of the A/W 2020 Max Mara show. This season Ian Griffiths draws inspiration from the sailor chic. Michel Foucault says, dreams will dry up without civilization on board. As Ian Griffiths puts it at the start of the show, "This is a romantic trip that starts in Morocco and goes north to Russia". The A/W 2020 collection of Max Mara is very adventurous. The compass marked with the brand name and the sailing ship lead us to experience the charm of the winter sea.
Liberating Gentle Power -- The Catwalk Analysis of Fendi Womenswear
The A/W 20/21 collection of Fendi kicks off with the psychedelic sound of Alessandro Cortini, Nine Inch Nails's keyboardist. This time Silvia Venturini, the creative director of Fendi, performs the theme of Gentle Power through the combination of structure and softness, and showcases the liberation of wearable female power. This season plus-size models join the catwalk lineup for the first time. The high-waist of the crisp overcoat and the well-fitting dress accentuates female form, which echoes the pink streamlined catwalk. Retro lantern sleeves run through the whole series. Color-blocking and contrasting of classic elements fully display the role switch between boudoir and meeting room. The strap boots with sheepskin cushion and satin high-heeled shoes highlight the vampire-like enchanting temperament, in line with the theme of boudoir. The waisted design, military outerwear with flare sleeves and the crisp fabric present the powerful temperament of females in the meeting room, quite emotional. Fendi's aesthetics balances between sexiness and calmness, toughness and softness, gentleness and power.
Minimalist Beauty of Purity -- The Catwalk Analysis of Jil Sander Womenswear
After the "unity of opposites" of S/S 2020 Jil Sander, this season the couple, Lucie and Luke Meier, brings the minimalist beauty of purity. The couple knows models can not fully display the emotion and temperament of clothing by just walking around the catwalk, so they put chairs in the center of the stage for models to sit down. The unique design endows the show with a different emotion. The noble feeling also brings a dramatic moment.
A Doll's House in Fairy Tale -- The Catwalks Analysis of Gucci Womenswear
Gucci is always the most dramatic show of Milan Fashion Week. In A/W 2020, the creative director Alessandro Michele opens up the most confidential and private back stage to the public. The catwalk is like a doll house that combines carousel. The dreamlike presenting way and the gorgeous clothing collocation satisfy fans. The series uses a lot of kidswear details, seeming to satisfying kids' curiosity. Lace and velvet are used, which conforms with Belle Époque, one of S/S 2021 theme trends released by POP.
Memories -- The Catwalk Analysis of Burberry Womenswear
Since Riccardo Tisci took charge of Burberry's creative director in 2018, versatility and inclusiveness have made up Burberry's current form. After Kingdom, Tempest and Evolution, Riccardo Tisci takes Memories as the theme of A/W 20/21 Burberry. Images with mirroring and perceptive connotations are secretly displayed before the show. Skin, petal, dew... The shadow created by mirror symmetry sets the keynote of this season. The "Memories" world built by Burberry is like the alternations of virtual and real spaces with overlapping dimensions in the movie, Inception. On the catwalk, twin pianists Katia and Marielle Labeque cooperate with electronic producer Arcaper to put on a bizarre duet. For Riccardo Tisci, this series is a self-recall and reflection on memory, consciousness, perception, psychology and life.
The Confident Wardrobe -- The Catwalk Analysis of Victoria Beckham Womenswear
Victoria Beckham is a high-end fashion brand founded by famous British singer and fashion designer Victoria Beckham in 2008. Victoria Beckham's own fame and her steady middle-class background make her designs unique. The 20/21 A//W series is inspired by that exhausted woman are seeking peace, and creates the style of confident wardrobe. The collection records the return of the black avant-garde silhouette and exposed neckline, negative space rhomboid knitting which is first raised by Stephan Cooke (a young London menswear designer), two pieces of Shetland knitwear (one in cornflower blue, the other in yolk yellow), flares sleeves, the dress with dense and regular smocking stitch, the finely cut check shirt, the skirt with a tough silhouette, and the layered color-blocked overcoat. These all bring a confident femininity of urban office ladies.
Escape from Reality -- The Catwalk Analysis of MICHAEL KORS Womenswear
On the last day of A/W New York Fashion Week, it is MICHAEL KORS's turn to wrap up. It transforms the American stock exchange in Manhattan into an idyllic cottage full of a modern and cozy atmosphere, leading people to travel between the city and the countryside. "Sometimes we just want to get away from the noise of the city and feel the tranquility of nature," says designer Michael Kors, "of course, we can't all move to the countryside. However, we can integrate own private time and comfortable feelings into our life through the beautiful design". This season there are many classic check and totem, lethargic cape, contrasting leather and wool, full and strong autumn tones and nonchalant outline, exuding the unique charm of MICHAEL KORS.
The Retro Urban Style -- The Catwalk Analysis of Coach 1941 Womenswear
The A/W 20/21 collection of Coach 1941 is from the creative director, Stuart Vevers who joined Coach in 2013. In the new season, Coach still uses the modern technique to reshape a retro vibe and bring vitality of the 1980s New York. In the runway, gorgeous leather in original colors and the mid-length skirt with buckles keep the atmosphere. The brand also keeps the printed Japanese clothing and the old "Yeast Village" style. This season is inspired by a famous downtown legend, Jean-Michel Basquiat. His works and personal style are always the inspiration source of the fashion industry. And his signature pattern appears on the key items, including the oversized leather trench coat, blanket-style wool scarf and a new structure sense.
Check Meeting -- The Catwalk Analysis of Monse Womenswear
Monse was founded in 2012. It upholds the minimalist style, and makes deconstruction elegant and avant-garde. Its various irregular designs are memorable. On Instagram, it draws much attention. And stars often wear clothing of this brand. Here we mainly analyze the collar design and splicing of shirts. In the new season, cutout on the collar and the design of exposing shoulder integrates straps, color-blocking, asymmetry and paper clip elements. The splicing of dress fabric is bolder, like the asymmetry of left and right, and the asymmetry from inside to outside.
Face up to Selves -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Women's Knitwear on Catwalks
In 2020, people no longer show their individuality through neutrality, but start to face up to women themselves and explore the original connotation of females. On Pre-Fall catwalk, knitwear tends to be mature and elegant. Many brands gradually get rid of the neutral and leisure style, and turn from blurring gender boundary towards exploring the original beauty of females. Knitwear reduces the large-scale textural feel and adds simple but exquisite designs. And designers apply rich and superior natural colors to knitwear.
Sprezzatura -- The Catwalk Analysis of Bottega Veneta
Bottega Veneta is an Italian luxury brand, founded in 1966. Distinct leather weaving technique is its best business card, and unconspicuous brand Logo is the most unique taste of Bottega Veneta. It is acquired by Kering group in 2001, and gradually out of favor when logo mania is revived around 2015. In July 2018, Daniel Lee, the former ready-to-wear director of Celine, is officially appointed as the brand creative director. Since the first collection of Daniel Lee, The Pouch and new woven items become an instant hit. Daniel Lee transforms Intrecciato into wide weaving and lattice, providing the brand with a new identity tag. Bottega Veneta wins Brand of the Year award at the British Fashion Awards in December 2019. And Daniel Lee wins three awards, including Accessory Designer of the Year, Womenswear Designer of the Year and Designer of the Year.