"Furniture" Prints Are A New Trend This Fall
"Furniture" Prints Are A New Trend This Fall
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Marine Serre Fall-Winter 2020/21
Marine Serre Fall-Winter 2020/21

During this year we spent so much time in our apartments that the phrase “feel at home everywhere” has acquired a completely different shade from what it usually does. It is rather even frightening - because we want to escape from the captivity of four walls much more and never return under the roof than to enjoy home comfort. It is all the more surprising that one of the trends of the coming autumn is textured "furniture" prints, reminiscent of the elements of home furnishings. Carpet textures, tapestry patterns, patchwork, as if from a cozy blanket - all these are noticeable autumn trends.

Once pregnant Kim Kardashian came to the Met Gala in a Givenchy floral dress - and immediately became the object of jokes. Kim was compared to a sofa, her head was placed against photographs of real sofas with a similar print, and even older ladies were put on her. In the new season, there will be even more opportunities for such jokes: because interior motives have turned out to be an important trend. Different designers approached it in their own way - someone took carpets as a model, someone - tapestries, someone - quilted bedspreads, well, and someone - just good old patterned sofas.

Etro and Gabriela Hearst fall-winter 2020/21
Etro and Gabriela Hearst fall-winter 2020/21

The carpet and sofa team, for example, includes one of the most fashionable designers, Marine Serre. She wore carpet tight dresses over her famous turtlenecks and jumpsuits-stockings with crescent moons - like from the last video of Beyoncé. In her case, everything is as authentic as possible: real furniture upholstery was used, creatively reworked by her team. Jackets and coats of Gabriela Hearst were made from real carpets - she decided to use upcycling in the new collection, giving new life to antiques. Carpet motifs were used by Etro (far from the first) and Isabel Marant.

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