What a strange fashion bubble we editors exist in these days! Rather than jostling for a seat or frantically uploading to Instagram Stories while simultaneously watching a show for new trends, key looks, or, say, Kaia Gerber, we’re being given the chance in this on-pause era to take a step back, look at the collections from afar and see how brands—both big and small—can respond to a tough year in creative captivity. Over in Milan, it looks like some fashion houses have found ways to thrive in the conditions: Creativity, in my opinion, is looking plentiful in this fashion capital.
Perhaps it’s the energy of Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons’s second collection together. A coming-together of great design minds like this was bound to spur change across an industry. Maybe it’s the repositioned priorities we now have when it comes to comfort, shopping and feeling like ourselves via the medium of clothes. If you can’t dress out your heart’s greatest desires from the safety of your own living room, when and where can you? And for that matter, I think we’re all more than ready to take these new, confident looks into the real world.
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