It's the final stop of a unique fashion month. With New York, London, and Milan under our belts, it's time to shine a light on the exciting looks and fresh trends coming out of the fashion capital, Paris—a finale always worth waiting for.
Whether designers opted for virtual runways or presented intimate shows, the spring/summer 2021 collections provided countless covetable looks that reflected the real world's changing perspectives. We saw many designers leaning into the theme of comfort (with loosened silhouettes from Chloe to Dior) and designers such as Louis Vuitton proving that wearing your political beliefs can be veritably chic. There was also an overarching sense of optimism and freedom in this season's collections—from the pops of bold color to the high volume silhouettes—providing a much-needed spark of hope and excitement.
Ahead, we're highlighting some of the fresh, new trends straight out of Paris that we're most excited about for spring/summer 2021 featuring designers from Chanel to Loewe to Miu Miu. If you can't wait until next season to get your hands on these cool styles, then you can shop them now with our picks below.
Photo:Christopher John Rogers; Loewe; Schiaparelli
Voluminous silhouettes are being taken to the next level for S/S 21. We're seeing everything from dramatic balloon sleeves to skirts with exaggerated hips.
Photo:Altuzarra; Louis Vuitton; Chloe
It's all about loose, long, and relaxed trouser silhouettes for spring 2021—the perfect balance of comfort and style.
Photo:Chanel; Miu Miu; Isabel Marant
Hemlines are coming way up to a barely there micro silhouette. Whether you fall into the mini skirt or hot pants camp, it's all about the super-leggy piece.
Photo:Acne Studios; Christian Dior; Miu Miu
The delicate translucent layers we spotted on practically every runway were sheer perfection. From filmy frocks to clear capes, the trend feels utterly refreshing for spring.
Photo:Acne; Altuzarra; Givenchy
While plenty of new color trends emerged on the runways, orange was hard to escape. From soft, muted hues to high-impact electric shades, orange was one of the defining colors of the season.