Simon Porte Jacquemus returned to the runway beginning of the previous month almost a year to date after his last runway show. Whether planned or forced by the unwritten rules of the ongoing pandemic Jacquemus has presented his Fall Winter 2021 collection days into the opening of this year’s sale season. Thus the designer finds himself within the often risky buy-now-see now waters with buyers and editors having only a few weeks to select the pieces from his new collection for shoots and their store shelves. Perhaps this move makes it even more exciting for the new chapter of the fashion houses, whose mid-priced pieces (we are talking top brand prices, not fast fashion) made it more affordable and ever more coveted within the younger audience.
Yet the collection even with a runway show and a real audience present to see the same is feeling timely even with the slight off-fashion-week-schedule moment. Jacquemus sent down the runway 50 new looks presented for the Fall 2021 season. The DNA of the warm riviera on the south of France is once again knitted into the DNA of Simon Porte Jacquemus’ latest outing. Nevertheless, while the runway kicks of with more light, summer like pieces the designer quickly manages to showcase his commitment to a true Fall 2021 craftsmanship. The vibrant monochrome pieces sport the fresh take on oversized, from coats to invitingly instagrammable oversized suits.
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The new collection also explores the Jacquemus flare for slick cuts enhancing design just before entering the domain of over designed. Jacquemus plays this game throughout the collection, with it’s play with proportions often encapsulating classic men’s and women’s pieces. This play of proportions does not forget the brand’s top-seller, the famed Jacquemus mini bag famously known as the La Montagne ‘Le Chiquito Moyen’ Bag.
Discover all the looks from Jacquemus Fall Winter 2021 runway featuring supermodels such as Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner, and Mica Arganaraz- more of Jacquemus Fall Winter 2021 in our gallery:
Designer: Simon Porte Jacquemus
Hair Stylist: Cyndia Harvey
Makeup Artist: Hiromi Ueda
Casting Directors: Giulia Massullo, Piergiorgio Del Moro, Samuel Ellis Scheinman
Manicurist: Cam Tran
Producer: Alexandre de Betak
Models: Achenrin Madit, Adele Aldighieri, Adut Akech, Alessandra Caporaso, Anita Pozzo, Babacar N’doye, Barbara Valente, Bella Hadid, Celina Ralph, Chloe Oh, Devyn Garcia, Elaine Palacio, Fernando Albaladejo, Freek Iven, Imaan Hammam, Issa Naciri, Jade Nguyen, Janet Jumbo, Jeremiah Berko Fourdjour, Jill Kortleve, Jodeci , Jonas Glöer, Kayako Higuchi, Kendall Jenner, Kiki Willems, Leon Dame, Loli Bahia, Ludwig Wilsdorff, Magdaleno Delgado, Mahamadou Diaoune, Malaika Holmén, Malick Bodian, Malika Louback, Maty Fall, Mica Argañaraz, Mona Tougaard, Oumie Jammeh, Pierre Ramos, Quinn Mora, Raynara Negrine, Rianne Van Rompaey, Ronja Berg, Sacha Quenby, Samer Rahma, Sora Choi, Ugbad , Valerie Scherzinger, Victor Vuokko, Woosang Kim, Yilan Hua, Yumi Nu, Yura Nakano
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