From head-to-toe red to over-the-knee boots, welcome the Autumn/Winter 2021 runway trends into your wardrobe this month
A Cut Above
A staple today, tomorrow and always, denim has been reinvented to suit any occasion. Denim on denim is still a thing at Hermès and embellished CC’s made a special appearance on jeans over at Chanel. Worn loose at Celine and printed at Versace, anything goes with denim this winter (including a cool bomber or blazer).
Look and keep warm in the wooliest of threads this winter in fluffy fleece and woven wools. If travelling to cooler climes, a long worsted coat is your best bet, or if you just want to tackle the trend for a season, the bags (and hats) at Tod’s are just the ticket for mastering the look.
Rouge, ruby, scarlet or cerise, whatever the hue, red remains the colour of the Autumn/Winter season so give it some space at the top of your list. Our favourite winter pattern, plaid made a stylish come back at Dior and Zimmerman which gets an A+ from us. If you fancy yourself a risk-taker when it comes to fashion, look to the red leather jacket at Hermès or over-the-knee boots at Courreges for a maximum fashion make-over.
Walk This Way
The one thing we love about winter is wearing boots again, and in Autumn/Winter 2021 the options are endless. Ankle, mid or over-the-knee, there is a style for every leg-length and occasion.
Hold The Mustard
A colour to be worn when the days are darker, wearing this yellow hue just makes you feel wintery. Marvelous flax is fab worn from head-to-toe or broken up with a bold colour. Special mentions go to Chanel and Etro, having mastered the mustard trend in style.
Fringe With Benefits
Who doesn’t love the swish of fringing when it comes to fashion? We are all for the stylish sway of this trend and will happily wear it for work and play.
The one trend that appeared on just about every runway for Autumn/Winter 2021 was classic black and white but with a wonderful twist. The Elie Saab pea coat, Balenciaga waterfall dress and Louis Vuitton skirt are all winners of the monochrome contest. Looks were relaxed but cut to perfection and paired with boots for any rainy-day rescue.
- Compiled by Sophia Serin