From New York to London. Winter turns White

After the prêt-à-porter shows in London and New York, the most interesting trends for next autumn/winter 2020-21 are already emerging. We see them turning into absolute white, now increasingly present even for the coldest seasons.

Outerwear in diverse versions: eco furs, wrap-around, and oversize coats, impalpable mantles, jackets, and this year’s super chic new addition, the cape.


Alejandra Alonso Rojas / Sharon Wauchob @vogue.com / CO @vogue.com / Shrimps / St. John @vogue.com / Carolina Herrera / Brandon Maxwell / Maggie Marilyn / Rodarte

Followed by a folk/country trend with bohemian additions made of flounces (even tricot!), paisley prints, grandma’s lace, and point d’esprit.

Christian Siriano / Badgley Mishcka / Tory Burch / Roskanda / Simone Rocha

On the other hand, chaste, high-necked dresses with clean cuts and essential lines softened only by the sensuality of the silhouettes or the unexpected details.

Brandon Maxwell / Maggie Marilyn / Marc Jacobs / Rodarte

Intriguing top crop and see-trough dresses and gowns with cuts skilfully positioned by designers.

Brandon Maxwell / Rodarte / Tom Ford / Prubal Gurung

The jacket and trouser suit is one of the most popular trends, a must for many seasons now. Each brand has suggested its own personal reinterpretation, with either soft or constructed suits, tight or oversized.

Prabal Gurung / Eudon Choi @vogue.com / Marina Moscone @vogue.com / Vivienne Westwood @vogue.com / Simone Rocha

The desire for romance is expressed with plant shapes that open up and invade dresses and bodices. The theme is botanic-garden but, strictly speaking, in a winter version.

Badgley Mischka / Rodarte / Greta Constantine @vogue.com / Marc Jacobs / Yuhan Wang @vogue.com

By Elisa Nascimbene for Valmont Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week

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