Video: Homewear In The City Is A Quarantine Trend That Hit The Catwalks
How should trends work? According to the usual pattern: we notice something on the podium and adapt to life. Although the designers themselves, or rather the trend hunters helping them, initially spy on the streets for catwalk trends, they only take nascent ones, and not obvious to everyone. It was like that before. And now everything has changed. And this is clearly noticeable even in the current fashion week - because instead of promoting new trends, designers turn to those that have already been worked out, it would seem, during quarantine. Moreover, they were not worked by employees of the fashion industry, but by a variety of people - you and me.
There are not a lot of trends this season. And one main thing is clearly read: home clothes continue to crowd out street clothes - yes, just like during self-isolation. Then many people discovered the convenience of sweatpants, the superiority of pajamas over business suits and, in general, the biz-leisure style, which is best described by one combination - a classic office shirt and boxer shorts. And this is exactly what designers are now offering from the catwalk. Why? Because, working on collections, they kept all these things in their heads - and now they are publicly rethinking them.
So Fendi has variations on the famous online quarantine challenge in the collection, when everyone was making dresses from pillows. And also - dressing gowns and numerous voluminous quilted things, as if sewn from warm blankets. Victoria Beckham and Giorgio Armani actively sew combinations, Batsheva Hay - obviously home dresses that merge with the patterns of furniture upholstery, the Rodarte sisters - pajamas and shirts. Even the Kaiten brothers from Dsquared2 take on the lingerie style, and without much frills. And Tom Ford suits are unexpectedly similar to sports ones - you can sit in these at home.
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