Given our newfangled virtual fashion week circuit, everyone (yes, you!) has a front-row seat to the spring 2021 collections this season. Maybe democratizing fashion week is an important reminder that fashion devotees must band together, especially in times so trying. While some designers understandably decided to opt out of full-fledged runways this season, the show (as a whole) must still go on. And for many, fast forwarding to the new year's collections are a welcome distraction. Here, we kick off some of the spring season's top trends.
Flowers, which often signify new beginnings, peppered the runways at Rodarte (left), Anna Sui, and Erdem. Some designers took an all-over approach by mixing florals head-to-toe.
Showing some skin—by any measure— feels like a necessity after wearing oversized loungewear for months on end. From turtlenecks to bodysuits to full-on jumpsuits, designers (like Prada, left) found ways to reveal flesh in unexpected ways.
We'd all love to spread our wings and take flight at this moment in time, but for now, a feathered skirt—perhaps in purple—will have to do the trick. Layered with puffers a la Fendi (left) or worn with chunky knit sweaters as styled at No. 21, the feather trend has fully taken off.
Trade in your little black dress for a cream or ivory ensemble. Jacquemus (left) created ethereal maxi silhouettes suitable to walk down the aisle in, while Khaite and Bevza's are ready and waiting for a night on the town.
Undergarments that promote function are one thing, but making a midriff-baring fashion statement are what spring 2021's bras are all about. Go for matchy-matchy like Dolce did (left) or try a cheeky twist on "business-casual" as seen at Tom Ford and Rosetta Getty.