The crème de la crème of Paris Fashion Week. Despite multiple complexities, PFW displayed the most spectacular collections. Drift introduced by Paris arrived in color, and in geometrical contours. Last June, launched its first digital fashion week. Some reviews would say that its transition was an awkward transfer from IRL to dot com. There was a point of success in that setup; thus, the digital offering fills in the new pennant of Fashion Runway as the "new normal." 

Given the overwhelming situation this year, the FW21 became the talk of the town. The newest Paris Fall-Winter 2020-2021 season trends can be seen here, highlighting its most original and worth seeing collections. 

GmbH Riding Boots

A space cowboy boots, giddying up, featuring its vegan substances in protective combined gauntlets on the sleeves with diagonal zippers from one side to the other. 

Louis Vuitton All-in-one

Highlighting its cowboy boots, the whole outfit brings the look altogether. Showcasing the American style of masculinity, which has been laid on every since FW2018. It's actually becoming even more interesting.

Rick Owens

The brand's first collection for men's undergarment, in collaboration with Champion. Stitched on its garment is a pentagram that made white tights gazed cooler. This cinematic metaphor seducing the viewers with its coat and high heels, flipping gender to examine modern masculinity. Rick Owens' inspiration was from the rock band KISS' 1988 track "Let's Put the X in Sex".

Stitched on its garment is a pentagram that made white tights gazed cooler.

Prada Gloves

Miuccia and Raf's collection emphasized that their inspiration began with their desire to stir feelings and emotions rather than convey a complex web of abstract references and underlying messages.

"This collection deals with the juxtaposition of softness and hardness to express the reality of the world, and at the same time, also express the possible feelings that everybody has dealt with this isolation,"

Raf Simons

Prada Long-Johns

Dreamed up by co-creative directors Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons, the patterned knit onesies were at the foundation of every look that came dancing down the runway. Both Prada and Simons are calling it the "body piece." No matter which way it was styled, whether worn alone, layered under oversized sweaters, or peeking out under sharp tailoring, the all-over knit gave off a warm and fuzzy vibe, which is something we've all been longing for since the pandemic began.

LOEWE Jacket Pants

LOEWE just fashioned an iconic garment of menswear utilized into zippered, multi-belted pants; giving a bigger vibe for FW21: "Clothes that look like other clothes"

Y/Project Cowboy Jeans

A piece from the past, here's a trademark of the famous creative Director Martens, who amalgamated clothing into other clothes--a brilliant abstraction perfect for the present era where nothing is quite what it seems. 

Dries Van Noten Leg Warmers

An Avant-garde design to prevent cramps, here's something we thought we didn't need: a matching short and leg warmer by Dries Van Noten.

Etro Sweater Vest

Wrap up in a luxurious sweater vest crafted in natural materials with discreet details, Fine knits in striking neon fuchsia, blue, and chartreuse. 

Jil Sander Coat

A coat that looks like you're unceasingly standing under a magnificent window, with tailored looks in a very minimal effort. This piece just keeps a vibrant glow, making it classy and elegant—Glorious work by Sander

COMME des GARÇONS Homme Plus x Nike

Revealing a new chapter for CdG making it possible with its sneaker collaboration with Nike, highlighted a labyrinthian-themed on the side of a black and white version of Air Foamposite One.

Unveiled in Aoyama, Tokyo as part of Comme des Garçons Homme Plus' Fall/Winter 2021 collection, the Comme des Garçons x Nike Air Foamposite One is one of the most experimental takes on the model Nike's ever done.