COVID-19 has caused disruptions worldwide and has shifted trends in a snap. With more people staying at home to help stop the spread of the virus, fashion trends are taking a turn through time, as classic pieces and well-loved styles are finding their way back to prominence.
Given everything with what is happening today, the effects of global warming cannot be denied. Fashion giants and their consumers believe that sustainability is the best way forward. Comfortable, reusable, and sustainable materials will be used to produce or reproduce clothing items to reduce the carbon footprint of the industry. Fashion and sports clothing brands will take on new tasks by developing clothing that could double as personal protection equipment, says personal stylist Remi Landau.
When it comes to style and vibe, minimalism will rule 2021, from clean linen shirts to minimalist shoes. With all the uncertainties and troubles 2020 has brought, people will want to be laid back, with simple yet fashionable items filling their closet. Paisley dresses will be back in 2021. This iconic ‘60s style will be given a little revamp. Instead of bright reds and stunning blues, paisley dresses of 2021 will don neutral colors like camel, brown, off-white, and black.
Remi Landau reckons loungewear will be given a boost. Elevated loungewear will take the comfy look on a different level. As sweatpants and joggers will be staying, brands are set to produce items that would take one’s at-home style from zero to sixty once social gatherings are permitted again.
Remi Landau recently worked as an assistant to a personal stylist at Bergdorf Goodman, where she received invaluable experience in curating clothes for a wide variety of clients. She is an impassioned fashion designer focusing on social nightwear. More on Remi here.