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Elizabethan motifs and voluminous silhouettes take centre stage at Simone Rocha’s show for Spring 2021.



A fashion season unlike any other in recent memory launched earlier this month. Given the challenges faced over the last nine or so months, many designers have opted out of showing their collections altogether and staging major runway shows and over-the-top presentations have, if you’ll excuse the pun, fallen out of fashion. The few designers brave enough to push ahead with in-person  shows have staged intimate gatherings outdoors while the more cautious have released digital presentations instead.

While there will be fewer collections for us to review this time around we will still endeavour to bring you our favourites starting with this frilly and feminine collection from Anna Sui.

The deceptively simple Saam cupboard from Studio Parade's Vrienden collection is made up of individual components that are held together on both sides by a clever combination of wood and rope characteristic of the work of Floris Hovers.

LA-based Slowdown Studio has collaborated with Mylle and London-based artist Anna Beam to create this playful but sophisticated take on the humble inflatable pool. 

Made from super-durable heavyweight vinyl, each pool features a valve for easy inflation and is big enough to hold an adult... or two.