As we anticipate the (hopeful) end to the whole working-from-home routine and island isolation life (thanks to Pfizer and Moderna), it’s time we play dress up with the latest spring/summer 2021 trends. Show your closet a little love this season with our edit of luxe staples you’ll wear on repeat.
From bold styling options to paying close attention to classic details, Czech model Daniela Kocianova walks us through five of the most fun runway trends this season.
1. Dress over trousers
Hark back to the early 2000s trend of layering a dress over your trousers of choice. Want to take it one notch higher? Add in a graphic print for a statement effect.
Thebe Magugu High-rise fingerprint-print crepe midi skirt
Givenchy Flared pants with belt
Givenchy Dress in crystals embroidered organza
Alexander McQueen Tailored wool-blend flared trousers
2. Silver threads
Get in with all things shiny and splendid to fascinate your inner magpie. Classic appeal with a modern edge—these silver dresses will transform your look from day to night.
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3. Bring your sexy back
It’s time to embrace the curve of your spine with these sleek, skintight numbers. Beauty is really hidden in the simplest details.
4. Flower power
Gleefully feminine frocks are the frivolity we all need right now. Be a total treat to look at in a joyfully colourful floral number, cut in a lightweight material that bounces with every step that you take.
5. The new black
Inject these beautiful earthy tones into your outfit and sit a class above the rest. Earthy is the new black.
Photographer: Clark Franklyn
Fashion: Xander Ang
Hair: Ryuta Saiga at Julian Watson Agency
Make-up: Thomasin Waite at Julian Watson Agency
Model: Daniela Kocianova at The Squad
Photographer’s assistants: Guillaume Mercier and Ryan Rivers
Stylist’s assistants: Molly Taylor and Jude Forster
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