Cruise 2021 sees designers going back to the roots of the house. Think: Gucci’s heyday from the ’70s, Prada’s signature nylon fabric, Louis Vuitton’s Blossom print, and Chanel’s breezy pieces.
Here, get inspired by the top looks from those brands and more.
Alessandro Michele put the spotlight on the Italian brand’s heyday from the ’70s with this rainbow tunic and flared pants.
Linen tunic, $1,750, and matching pants, $1,750, Gucci
The intricacies of this Bottega Veneta dress is a testament to the strong artisanal quality of the house’s signature design.
Silk jersey dress, $10,780, and leather sandals, $1,490, Bottega Veneta
The languid aesthetic that Pier Paolo Piccioli mastered at the Italian house has extended to the modern vernacular of day dressing in bold colour.
Georgette top, georgette plisse skirt, Roman Stud bag, and leather Atelier sandals, Valentino and Valentino Garavani
The humble nylon fabric has become synonymous with the Italian house.
Nylon zip-up dress, nylon shirt (worn underneath), cotton leggings, and leather bag, Prada
The contrasting panel work on this dress takes inspiration from an oversized rendition of the house’s Blossom print.
Silk jersey cape, $4,250, and silk dress, $8,100, Louis Vuitton
Easy-to-wear pieces from the French house marks Virginie Viard’s understanding of what modern women want, just like Coco Chanel before her.
Stretch jersey top, $2,360, matching briefs, $660, and calfskin espadrilles, $1,610, Chanel
Play with checks but make it modern – that’s unmistakably Burberry’s mantra.
Wool and knit jacket, matching pants, cotton T-shirt, and Pocket canvas and leather bag, Burberry
There’s an aristocratic sensibility to this season’s Miu Miu, much like the way Miuccia Prada would dress herself.
Silk robe, knit cardigan (worn underneath), and silk and nylon full skirt, Miu Miu
PHOTOGRAPHY Phyllicia Wang
CREATIVE DIRECTION Windy Aulia
HAIR & MAKEUP Manisa Tan, assisted by Lenny Fu
A version of this article first appeared in the December 2020 issue of Her World.