Fashion Week Round Up

The spring/summer 2021 collections, which were showcased during the famous September shows, were all about stepping back in time with many fashion houses drawing inspiration from past decades. Discover next year's looks with subtle nods to past years right here.

An extension of Dior's cruise collection, the spring/summer 2021 collection is filled with delicate embroidery, paisley prints and peek-a-boo detailing that adds sensuality to a collection that is once again focused on heritage and stepping away from restricted movements in fashion.

French fashion designer Alexis Mabille introduced a more glamorous collection of dresses to his ready-to-wear collection with fuller and longer skirts with belted, lace and ruffle detailing including this Victorian-style bib dress.

Hermès once again proved that simplicity in fashion equals unequivocal elegance with the luxury French fashion house showcasing a collection filled with leather shirt dresses and trench coats, tailored shirts and drop waist skirts that recall the sexy 60s.

Metallic cargo pants, hot pants and fuller sleeves marked an 80s vibe in Isabel Marant's spring/summer collection, bringing a little bit of fun and lightness to the house after its autumn/winter collection, which was more subdued.

Nina Ricci embraced a little bit of extra femininity with a twist on signature looks from an array of decades giving them a modern flair including flapper dresses from the 20s, double-breasted power suits from the 80s and loose cut shirts from the 70s.

Fendi was another fashion house dipping into past decades with demure looks from the 50s with figure-hugging and elegant silhouettes and creating a juxtaposition with pieces that felt like they walked straight in from the early 90s with low-slung, loose pants teamed with sheer shirts.

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