New York Fashion Week Fall-Winter 2021 has come to a close... and it looked a little different this time around. With audience-less shows, most designers presented their newest collections virtually. We're recapping all of the highlights!
Jason Wu kept his newest collection fun and flirty, yet wearable. With the pandemic keeping so many from living "normal" life, Wu was adamant about creating pieces that can be worn right now.
According to Vogue, "Wu said he wanted to celebrate fashion that feels right for right now, not the distant future."
No one does elegance quite like Ulla Johnson. The designer is prepping us for a "Roaring Twenties moment" with the release of her latest collection. From form-fitting silhouettes to pieces defined by their volume, there's something in this collection to help any woman feel sexy!
Per usual, Anna Sui helped us escape into a new reality with her latest collection. With an eclectic sixties flare, Sui's quirky new stylings provide lots of post-pandemic outfit options that have us excited to dress up!
Sui told Vogue:
"We are alone at home now, but we know we'll be on the other side soon."
3.1 PHILLIP LIM
3.1 Phillip Lim
3.1 Phillip Lim
Philip Lim brought us back to the '70s with pleated pants, flowy skirts and some hints of cordoroy. With comfort and practicality in mind, Vogue declares that these pieces "could convince a girl to say "see ya" to her lockdown track suit for good."
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen released their newest collection of 'The Row' back in January... But still, these looks managed top our list. The Olsen twins are known for creating effortlessly "cool girl" ensembles, and this season was no different. The models donned loose-fitting suit-wear, as well as plenty of cashmere and wool!