Trend Alert: The key trends making the fall must-have list | Marie Claire

Ma celebration of colors, brilliance, free expression: Every September the new trends of winter fashion renews not only the luscious items on the shelves and hangers of the stores but also our very psychology. These bold new ensembles and the fresh combinations they frame our new goals and give us a happy boost to start the season strong. As always, his team Marie Claire has prepared for you the most complete and accurate guide to autumn trends, hoping to become a useful and entertaining companion from now and for the coming months.

Mini skirt

Jil Sander/Miu Miu/Versace/Paco Rabanne/Diesel/Balmain/Blumarine/

We go back a season when the house Miu Miu had overwhelmed them social media with the tiny skirt with frayed edges, worn low on the waist with a crop top. Almost straight from the catwalk the Emily Ratakofkithe Zendaya and the plus size model Paloma Elsesser adopted the trend, while the Nicole Kidman was photographed in this ensemble on its cover Vanity Fair. With the same enthusiasm, Miuccia Prada continues to modify the length of the pleated tennis skirt, with fashionistas faithfully adopting her every design. Along the way, several houses followed: o Versace presented the denim version, the Blumarine in a neo-romantic style with embossed roses, o Glenn Martens in his first show for her Diesel turned a leather belt into a skirt, while o Olivier Rousteing created for Balmain Army of a modern suit of armor. The choice is yours!

Leather from top to bottom

Versace/No21/Fendi/Max Mara/Chloe/Hermes/Prada/

A durable material used by the first people on Earth to cover the body has become an integral part of the wardrobe over the course of history. Over time it was worshiped by rock star and dominatrix until ambassadors of refined minimalism (see Phoebe File) and today the biggest fashion houses choose to present more than one leather look in their collections, some of vegan skins. This winter we see it in shorts and a long jacket like at home Hermèsor in a long skirt with a slit like at home No. 21. For the more daring among us leather ensembles in bright colors like yellow and orange are a striking alternative.

The shirt

Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini/Chloe/Bottega Veneta/Sacai/Acne Studios/Prada/

Retro references from the 90s or the designers’ desire for a total fashion reset with a return to basics? That was the question when we premiered it almost-on-all the catwalks basic and timeless white sleeveless t-shirt. A piece that first appeared on 1910 as men’s underwear to be worn under shirts or when swimming, it has managed to be idolized by well-known stars in the cinema and this year on the catwalks. The versatile unisex t-shirt really goes with everything and a look at the houses’ lookbooks Prada, Bottega Venice and Chloe will convince you that with this simple garment, wonderful ensembles are created.

Winter pink

Richard Quinn/Versace/Cecilie Bahnsen/Prada/Burberry/Richard Quinn/Chanel/

The pink in its entire range it causes the ultimate visual thrill. From caramel pastel to her shocking pink Elsa Schiaparelli all manifestations of the optimistic color (again) enchant everyday life. O Pierpaolo Piccioli he dedicated an entire collection to the house Valentinethe Pink PPsaying that bright pink is the color of empowerment and houses like the Prada and Richard Quinn they agreed with him. Even her romantic undertones Cecilia Bahnsen and his Burberry they made us fall a little more in love with the dreamy version of him. So this season think pink!

Bold slides

Fendi/Simone Rocha/Loewe/Coperni/Dior/Valentino/

The world is demanding more transparency in all areas and the same applies to the fashion industry, which made sure to convey the message on the catwalks in the form of cobwebs creations from fine fabrics. The houses Loewe, Fendi, Valentine and Copernicus clearly influenced by the movement FreeTheNipple left the models’ breasts in public view, while others (Bottega Veneta, Simone Rocha) preferred to combine two or three layers of delicate fabrics, a technique that brings new color dimensions to the surface. Result; A new definition of eveningwear which acrobats between elegance and delicacy sexiness.

College uniform

Off-white/Coperni/Dior/Rokh/Miu Miu/Versace/Louis Vuitton/Gucci/

After preppy references of past seasons the school wardrobe returns to its most unconventional version. The informed student is inspired by the series Gossip Girl and ranks the white shirt, tie, oversized trousers and checkered suit on the list of everyday outfit essentials. The house delicacies Chanel, Versace and Off-White refer to what Alicia Silverstone wore in the 1995 film Cluelesswhile the house Dior prefer to combine macro with micro check. And since there is a high possibility that the student next season will enroll in a school of Fine Arts, the houses Louis Vuitton and Gucci they presented more artistic silhouettes.

Ecological furs

Sportmax/Saint Laurent/Michael Kors Collection/Balmain/Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini/Coperni/Dolce & Gabbana/

As more and more luxury houses join the international coalition “Alliance without natural fur”competing to create her perfect variation. Chanel, Versace, Prada and all the brands of the group Kering have banned animal fur from their collections. Unleashing their creativity, the art directors designed a wide range of warm eco-friendly furs in earthy and more impressive colors to light up the hazy winter scenery.

Sensual lace

Elie Saab/Alberta Ferreti/Balmain/Valentino/Saint Laurent/Alaia/Dior/Dolce & Gabbana/

In white the elaborate fabric evokes a wedding dress, but in black it tells a completely different story, that of seduction femme fatale. According to most designers, the way a woman wears lace today is from head to toe, like a tattoo on the skin. Floral designs in St Laurent and Elie Saabgraphical approach to houses Dior, Alaïa and Dolce & Gabbana. In short, this winter the “new sexy look” it has the form of black lace.

Long gloves

MM6/No21/Jil Sander/Bibhu Mohapatra/Fendi/Max Mara/

The season marks the great return of theater gloves that owe their popularity to her unforgettable glamorous looks Audrey Hepburn and her Marilyn Monroe. Today, a bit of our obsession with the Netflix series Bridgerton, a bit of the rich range of them on the catwalks, and long gloves are a stylistic priority. Adding a satin pair of gloves to a black strapless dress is an easy way to add a new dimension to an evening look. If you still want to take the look a step further, wear statement rings or bracelets over the gloves.

Thin straps

Ester Manas/Saint Laurent/Jason Wu/Valentino/Diesel/

His decade 2000 characterized by high-heeled sandals with thin straps and heels (Paris Hilton has the largest collection) while now they have become an integral part of the modern wardrobe, especially those with sparkling details. Many women prefer them to heels, as they can be worn both with winter tights and bare feet.

Floral wallpaper

Louis Vuitton/Marine Serre/Fendi/Dior/

Patterns are one way to add excitement to any outfit, and for fall designers focused on the power of a printed bag. They used fabrics reminiscent of nostalgic wallpapers as inspiration and printed them onto iconic leather or fabric designs. In the houses Fendi, Louis Vuitton and Dior you will find some of the most collectible bags.

Pearls forever

Givenchy/Blumarine/Y/Porject/Erdem/Simone Rocha/

A timeless jewelry trend that continues to dominate this season. Pearls in various sizes we will meet not only in Victorian jewelry, but also in more unexpected forms: the house Y/Project decorated with them a pair of black heels, while o Givenchy created a spectacular dress embroidered only with pearls. In short, In Pearls We Trust!

High platforms

Valentino/Ports 1961/Giambattista Valli/Bottega Veneta/Balmain/

Designers have declared the towering -to an exaggeration though- platforms on fall wardrobe superstars with house designs Versace and Valentine to be some of the most recognizable. Key silhouettes you need to know include barrette styles Mary Janes and ankle boots.

Crescent moon

Giorgio Armani/Miu Miu/Fendi/Bottega Veneta/Tod’s/

Equal parts stylish and practical, the bag with its curved base was presented in a wide range of colors and designs. The classic of the house stood out Tod’sthe one with the handle-jewel of the house Bottega Venice and of course the quilting Miu Miu in delicious colors. We bow to this season’s trophy bag!

Tall boots

Emporio Armani/Coperni/Acne Studios/Givenchy/MM6/Isabel Marant/GCDS/

Thigh-high boots were made in 60s duet with the miniskirt and together a symbol of female emancipation, while over time the latex version of them dressed her legs Julia Roberts in the movie “Pretty Woman”. They have since made their transition to the catwalks. We found matching black patent leather in the houses Emporio Armani and Copernicuswhile we loved the house’s sock-style ones Acne Studios and her brown leather crocs Isabel Marant.

Surreal elements

Courrèges/Coperni/Y/Project/Louis Vuitton/Loewe/Sacai/

Do you remember when for the quarantine zoom calls it was enough to wear a strong accessory instead of an impressive outfit? Well, designers continue to create accessories around which the rest of the ensemble is built: fancy sculptural earrings in Courrègesequally special geometric hand and neck jewelry that looks like contemporary art in the houses Louis Vuitton and Y/Projectwhile Loewe she bets on heels with a balloon design. Genius!

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