Top 5 Runway Looks For 2021

New York Fashion Week looked a little different this season due to Covid-19 restrictions and safety guidelines. Usually it is the starter to a month full of plane rides, stressful nights of fittings for soon to be big hit models, and coffee-infused 3:00 A.M. wakeup calls where you throw everything but the kitchen sink into an Uber and hope for the best. The craziness disappeared this year though. Now, with luxury fashion sales plummeting due to quarantine, many designers were forced to pull out of the shows all together, but others took this opportunity to bring their company back to life, and attract a more diverse group of buyers compared to years prior because of the recent movement to films and virtual shows. The designers knew it was important to look on the bright side this season to makeup for the gloomy times we are currently facing. Many avoided the sadness accompanying the quarantined world. This Season became more about bold embellishments, shiny fabrics, bright colors, and flowing materials. Everyone who presented at New York Fashion Week dominated the shows, but these designers really proved they weren’t creatively hurt by the worldwide lockdown.

Alice and Olivia

Badgley Mischka

Christian Cowan

Tomo Koizumi


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