New York Fashion Week was a brave new world of digital enterprises, from Insta releases, to live-streamed shows, and socially distanced in-person runways. It was designers adapting to the moment, and that idea translated directly to the collections—where three main trends embody what we want to wear now. From swimsuits to get that Vitamin D, modified sweatsuits to wear all day, and comfort-minded dresses for when a girl just wants to look good while typing away on her couch.
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Bikinis All Day
Let’s face facts, we all need more Vitamin D right now to stay healthy, and there’s no better way to obtain it than getting that bod outside in the sun. Designers have you (slightly) covered in bikini tops and briefs artfully mixed with ready-to-wear pieces.
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For far too long dresses have been considered the sartorial opposite of loungewear. But no more. The New York collections offered an array of fitted dresses done in comfort-minded fabrications from stretch cotton to cashmere—which simply means you can have your dress and your cozy feels too.
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Ladies Who Lounge
The definition of a sweatsuit has become ever-expanding since (as a human collective) our consciousness has shifted to comfort clothes with such overwhelming fervour. Loungewear isn’t so much a fashion category as it is a way of life, and designers are happy to get creative with what that looks like now. In short: two coordinated pieces and a general feeling of ease, done a myriad of ways.
This story originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.