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All the trends of Paris Fashion Week FW21

As we saw in Milan, fringes, transparent layers are reconfirmed, but also denim and leather

All the trends of Paris Fashion Week FW21 As we saw in Milan, fringes, transparent layers are reconfirmed, but also denim and leather

Yes, another Fashion Week in the pandemic phase has just ended, and we almost didn't notice it. As well as the Milan fashion week, the Paris Fashion Week was also held in an entirely digital version: there are those who have chosen traditional settings for videos and lookbooks and those who have opted for special locations despite the absence of spectators - except for Coperni which hosted a few guests in drive-in mode. From the snow shootings of Miu Miu and Thom Browne, to the Versailles Gallery of Mirrors chosen by Maria Grazia Chiuri for Dior, from the Charles de Gaulle airport hangar in Balmain to the legendary Chez Castel club that hosted the Chanel fashion show.

Observing and studying all these Fall/Winter 2021-22 collections from afar, nss G-Club has identified the trends that will enter our wardrobe next winter. Enjoy!



Fringes - in any material, shape and size - are reconfirmed among the trends for next autumn / winter, after having been the protagonists of the previous winter season, as already announced by Milan Fashion Week.



Trend of recent months, which returns from the past, all-over denim (but not only) in Paris reveals itself as a trend on the catwalks, alongside jeweled details by Schiaparelli, lace by Rokh, and decorated by the iconic half-moon pattern by Marine Greenhouses.



This year practicality was the protagonist of our (few) looks worn to go out of the house, so which garment is more practical than an overall dungaree? The fashion houses seem to have understood this and have presented suits in different variations: from the padded overall by Balmain, Chanel and Miu Miu, to the minimal ones by Issey Miyake, Courreges and Isabel Marant.


Creative layering

We know that layering is a must for winter, but here the overlaps are unusual and unexpected: from bras by Miu Miu, Givenchy and Rokh overlaid with scarves, knitwear and furs, to dresses worn over shirts by Thom Browne, Cecilie Bahnsen and Dior. Or again, the plays of creative layering of shapes, fabrics and contrasting materials are the protagonists of the Rick Owens and Louis Vuitton collections.



Here too, a trend already observed during the Milan Fashion Week shows. The fashion houses play with very light fabrics, overlapping tulle, lace and metal mesh allow the body to be glimpsed.


Contemporary suit

Power dressing yes, but make it cooler. A black jacket-pants suit will never be missing in any fashion addict's wardrobe. But let's say goodbye to the classic boring suits, the brands have decided to propose alternatives rich in details and original styling.



Leather (better if recycled) is reconfirmed among the trends that pass directly from Fall/Winter 2020 to the following season. In black, in a tinted version, on mini and long dresses, trousers and coats, it will be the must have of the next season - and of life, being usually a very durable garment.


Extra long gloves

A functional and chic solution for not always having frozen hands in winter. From leather gloves to very long knitted or padded fabric gloves, it will be the must-have accessory for the next cold season.


Jewel details

Extra large jewels have been one of the trends of the SS21 season, and are back in the next winter season applied directly to cocktail dresses, bags, coats and even headdresses. Here Schiaparelli docet.



Metallic is a trend that has always divided public opinion and fashion addicts, either you love it or you hate it, there are those who prefer gold or silver, those who love them and those who can't stand both. This year the brands make it super chic on mini dresses, coats and jackets, accessories, but above all shoes and boots.


Smokey eyes

We cannot forget the beauty trends, which are now an integral part of the catwalk looks almost as much as the clothes themselves. During this Fall / Winter in Paris, the make-up trend most seen on the models was smokey eyes. For Chanel, Lucia Pica chose Le Crayon Khol n.61 Noir to create a shaded and bold effect; for Dior instead, Peter Philips has chosen a diaphanous base that brings out even more the contrast with the black of the cat eye; Givenchy also opts for smoky eyes, shaded between anthracite gray and black, with a line of bank pencil that opens the eye and maxi false eyelashes that complete the look.