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Building on the overarching trends first seen in SS22, the Fall Winter season will introduce themes full of nostalgia and heritage. As we get closer to the transition period, designers seek to balance consumer needs for comfort and the demands of working life.
Comfort comes first for consumers who stay at home. Loose, unstructured silhouettes or felted fabrics are super soft with a relaxed feel. Cozy all-in-one looks follow pajamas as a garment and even recall childhood playsuits for a youthful, nostalgic aesthetic.
Out of the house
With a ray of hope that lockdown may soon end on the horizon, work-from-home clothing should be able to make the transition to the workplace. Consumers will not want to give up their comfortable attire and head out in full formal dress right away, so designers are looking for a hybrid form of dress that integrates a soft, cozy or subtly padded bathrobe aesthetic into smart pieces with a touch of business. suitable for work.
A modern history lesson
Including elements from the historical wardrobe in the collections for the contemporary man also responds to the desire for nostalgia. Ancient silhouettes are deployed with a greater emphasis on luxurious fabrics and decorative details that take the wearer back to simpler times and an era of craft.
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