Knitwear certainly has a moment: The last category to convey a sense of comfort and comfort that is soothing.
The fashion house presenting their fall 2021 collection at Milan Fashion Week interpreted knitwear in a variety of ways. Here, WWD highlights three main trends.
1. UNIFORM EVERY DAY
Forget the regular sweater. Today’s knitwear means a chic everyday uniform, helping women easily change their appearance from day to night.
Missoni rules the week when it comes to delivering the ultimate knit total look, including a winter kaftan paired with flared trousers, but also sophisticated pajama-like sets in captivating color combinations. Another brand with roots in knitwear, Iceberg brings you a women’s capsule of crochet monochromatic clothing designed by creative director James Long. The cool line-up includes maxi cardigans paired with miniskirts and logo sweaters, long jacquard skirts paired with airy V-neck tops or blousons, and chic coats and dresses with strong shoulders.
The total knit look also applies Fabiana Filippi. “We put the leisurewear concept aside to interpret knitwear in a higher and more versatile way,” said chief executive of the brand Mario Filippi Coccetta. “In this collection, we present several knitwear that women can wear on various occasions, not only in their spare time.” There were cashmere pants and a matching top, as well as a maxi cardigan worn with a matching turtleneck dress with a jacquard graphic motif.
In the advanced contemporary segment, Federica Tosi, a women’s brand offering easy and chic collections for women everywhere, knitwear stole the show with cashmere dresses, young and cool three-piece knit suits, including wide trousers, cut tops, and comfortable. cardigan.
2. THE SEXY TOUCH
If the jacquard catsuits elevate the female curves stand out in strong brands like Prada and Salvatore FerragamoAndrea Adamo, founder and creative director of brand new AndreaAdamo, also loves the sensual way of his signature approach to knitwear. Working exclusively with viscose and wool, designers for their second collection focused on intricate shapes, cuts and finishes. Featured in a leather tone palette, with ivory and black touches, the collection includes a striped cardigan paired with cycling shorts and a soft bodice, a harness designed to be worn through a detailed sweater cut with puffy sleeves and wide trousers and off-button front buttoned shoulder dresses. . The brand that has caught the attention of celebrities like Kendall Jenner is now distributed in some of the world’s most important physical and online stores, including Net-a-porter, Selfridges and Luisa Via Roma.
3. ARTS AND CRAFTS
Knitwear also leaves room for designers to experiment with techniques, threads and colors. Francesco Risso, creative director Marni, gave a very creative knit dress with a patchwork motif, while Paul Andrew of Salvatore Ferragamo used the fil coupè technique to enrich his long fringed tops and trouser suits, as well as dresses, for a dramatic look. The vibrant jacquard motif caught Etro’s eye, while Antonio Marras presented a limited edition archive sweater capsule enriched with intricate intarsia executed in recycled fabric. Knitwear specialist Cividini presents WOW sustainable handcrafted cashmere sweater capsules and hand-painted cardigans to create sophisticated, abstract colorful motifs. Designer Massimo Albaknown for its discreet, easy and poetic aesthetics, has continued to present its signature chic monochromatic sweater featuring low tones, but has also launched soft cashmere sweaters that are processed with natural thistles and colored by hand for a charming and artsy tie-dye effect.
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