NYFW, Fall 2021. The Fashion Shot in the Arm You Need Now
We may be isolated at home right now wearing favorite sweaters, hoodies and jogging pants. And that’s exactly why sumptuous fabrics, intricately embellished couture and fantasy formal gowns are just what the doctor ordered. Bibhu Mohapatra knows what we need right now.
Magnificent golden gown accessorized with vegan patent leather opera length gloves with a backdrop of old New York. Bibhu Mohapatra.
Vintage international photography backdrops create a stunning photo shoot set. Bibhu Mohapatra.
Bespoke details. Jeweled embroidery. Glittering, opulent, luxurious. Bibhu Mohapatra.
Here’s a trend you’ll see all over…cut-outs. Jonathan Simkhai. Credit, Vogue.com.
Delicate cream lace dress with bolero jacket and trousers. Jonathan Simkhai. Credit, Vogue.com
Always fun and flirty, you can count on Norma Kamali. Credit, Vogue.com.
Another must-have trend? Bell bottoms, in every fabric, shape and size. Norma Kamali. Credit, Vogue.com.
Private Policy by designers Haoran Li and Siying Qu. Menswear crafted with clean lines and sophisticated details in a new edge on streetwear. Credit, Vogue.com
Cookin’ with gas. Batsheva Hay reinvents feminine dressing with a modern edge. Batsheva. Credit, Vogue.com
Cozy, comfy and cute. Batsheva cropped pink jumpsuit. Credit, Vogue.com
Fabulous, sleek leather dress, Proenza Schouler. Credit, Vogue.com
Only Anna Sui can dress the woodland pixies. Spot two more trends here? Yup, you got it. Ponchos and cropped pants. Credit, Vogue.com.
The most whimsical and fanciful looks come out of Anna Sui’s magic wardrobe. Credit, Vogue.
24 karat glamour from Naeem Khan. Credit, Vogue.com.
Head to toe breathtaking sequins cover these extravagant couture garments. By Naeem Khan, the master of hand beading and sequins. Credit, Vogue.com.
Dressing with absolute savoir faire. 3.1 Phillip Lim. Credit, Vogue.com.
Any other trends here? Of course. Layering and loads of texture. 3.1 Phillip Lim. Credit, Vogue.com.
Liquid gold by Natalie De-Banco, founder of the Bronx and Banco brand.
Supremely luxurious, Bronx and Banco gowns deliver the goods.
1940’s retro inspired stunning pink two piece ensemble by Bronx and Banco. The trends? Shoulder pads and lots of skin. But I’m sure you’ve figured that out already. All of the Bronx and Banco images were captured from their amazing video. Watch it here.
From cozy to couture, at times like these, innovative, glorious, fun and fanciful fashion is just what the doctor ordered.