The second half of July has already arrived and with it, the holidays for many people … and the first novelties of the firms for the autumn. If yesterday we revealed what the 3 key trends will be according to Zara, today we take a look at the latest fashion and beauty headlines to imagine what will triumph after the summer. Ready to discover, for example, the next icon bag, the most important campaigns or the new fashion show format?
A new star bag is born
Today Dior Bobby went on sale, a new bag that, with his name and as explained by the firm, “pays a discreet tribute to Christian Dior’s dog.” With clean lines, a classic design and available in three neutral leather tones (white, black and camel), as well as on the canvas with the house logo, the launch is shaping up to be the next iconic accessory. At the moment, dozens of influencers and celebrities have premiered it around the world, from the Ferragni sisters to Hiba Abouk, Marta Lozano or Belén Hostalet.
Kate, more Kate than ever
The English top launches a project in good company: in Mônot’s Autumn / Winter 2020-2021 campaign, Kate Moss poses with Amber Valletta, Alek Wek, Candice Swanepoel, Xiao Wen Ju, Mariacarla Boscono and Jourdan Dunn in front of Luigi & Iango and under the direction of Carine Roitfeld as a stylist. The snapshots of Kate, on the beach and with her hair blowing in the wind, are reminiscent of the editorial that she starred in for The Face in July 1990 and which brought her world fame, albeit in a more sophisticated version.
A parade on the Seine
21 models, haute couture pieces and one of the most recognized brands in the world, Balmain. It could be a Parisian Haute Couture Week show if it weren’t for the fact that the pandemic has almost completely transformed it into a digital event and Balmain has decided to set itself apart with an analog show, albeit adapted to the new normal. On a ship that crossed the Seine, Olivier Rousteing wanted to give Paris a journey through the history of the firm through historical creations worn by stars such as Beyoncé or Kim Kardashian to “celebrate fashion and the fact that we feel a little free in Paris now after two and a half months of confinement ”.
Miucca Prada’s latest solo collection
Last February, Prada announced the signing of Raf Simons as co-creative director. It will be in September when the designer begins to work hand in hand with Miucca Prada, so the Spring / Summer 2021 collection, presented this week virtually, is the last that the Italian has devised alone. And yes, it seems like a kind of farewell (although Miucca herself has silenced the rumors of withdrawal) because black and sober silhouettes have shaped a good part of the proposals.