New York Fashion Week: new collections by Rodarte, Prabal Gurung and Gabriela Hearst
Feathers and glamor of the 1970s by Prabal Gurung, conscious fashion Gabriela Hearst and gothic Rodarte – we tell you what the designers presented for the fall-winter 2020/2021 season at New York Fashion Week.
Kate and Laura Mullivi, with the help of the new collection, made their own contribution to the pantheon of vampires. Only they give their place of honor not to the predatory Count Dracula, but to its prey. In fact, if you do not take into account the declared theme, the clothes did not look particularly gothic: funky polka dot day dresses, sequins, draped blouses and voluminous sleeves – all this was developed on the ideas that the designers presented last season. The key difference of the new collection was a turn towards noir and the silhouettes of the 1940s.
View the entire Rodarte fall-winter 2020/2021 collection.
Prabal Gurung dedicated his new collection to the city and its "eclectic losers and dreamers." Nevertheless, the result was very glamorous. Like many New York brands, Prabal Gurung's emphasis was on tailoring. Gurung introduced straightforward clean tailoring in the style of the 1970s. The tuxedo became the basis of the collection, but the designer presented it in all kinds of variations: from knitwear (another actively developing trend) to colorful floral prints on silk. The main element of the collection was feathers that adorned cardigans, voluminous tops and dresses.
View the entire collection of Prabal Gurung fall-winter 2020/2021.
Is it possible to make a collection of waste? And is it possible to turn this waste into something beautiful? The Gabriela Hearst brand answered these questions, presenting perhaps the most conscious collection at New York Fashion Week. Main message: entering the 2020s, we must begin to use the available resources, and not continue to create new ones. In the new season, Gabriela Hearst approached this task in several ways: by making a raincoat, a pair of bags from recycled leftover Turkish rugs and a pair of jackets from pre-existing outerwear, which the designer dismantled and reassembled again. Short knitted scarves were hand-picked by the Manos del Uruguay team in Hurst's native Uruguay using more recycled cashmere yarn. Of course, the complete Gabriela Hearst collection cannot consist of recycled materials, but we appreciated her efforts.
View the entire Gabriela Hears fall-winter 2020/2021 collection.
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