Seasonless or not, fashion trends are now reflecting our changed lifestyle


The lines are quickly blurring. Some Pre-Fall clothes look like they are made for high summer. Photo (from left): Carolina Herrera, Emilio Pucci, Moschino

When big designers called for the traditional fashion calendar to be abolished last year, it seemed like it would be a groundbreaking start of season-less collections. The trend did not catch on though.

In 2021, we are back to the usual cycles – even with the smaller releases like Pre-Fall. A number of fashion houses have reverted to what they know best. Although, the lines are quickly blurring. Some Pre-Fall clothes look like they are made for high summer.

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