Fall-Winter 2021/2022 Ready-To-Wear

Zuhair Murad

Infatuated with movement, Zuhair Murad insatiably wanders in the alleys of dance. Following an exquisite Pre-Fall Collection inspired by ballerinas, he brings Kandinsky's paintings to life to unveil an enchanting Fall 2021 Collection that divinely portrays the essence of abstract art.

 

Silhouettes swing between architectural strictness and artistic suppleness, creating a dramatic scene in which an amalgam of fabrics compete for stardom before seamlessly fusing together to create bewitching looks.

 

Crêpe-cady and duchesse silk make for a capturing canvas masterfully transformed into a strapless dress with a splendid knot or a trouser suit with loose ruffles that tightens at the waistline.

 

Refinement and sophistication become one in a long silky dress with immaculate lace details contrasted with puff sleeves to flatter the feminine silhouette, gently wrapping it like a second skin. Geometric cuts and delicate plumetis lead the dance, leaving the eye in awe.

 

Reminiscent of glorious times, Murad brings back the vest, embroidered with a luxurious golden thread and matched with capris in black crêpe to create a puzzling contrast. Fringes intertwine and untwine on mini crimson dresses, jet jumpsuits with plunging necklines, and perfectly structured jackets that ignite the inner flame of fervent dancers.

 

Boasting pipe and drop folds, dresses and skirts sway on a mystical path of wonder and enchantment, carving a trail of perpetual movement. Backless pieces adorned with intricate details flaunt the skin, setting the stage for tempting sensuality. Curves are sexy in iridescent fil-coupé, floating in printed silk with feather hems or sparkling in fiery sequins.

 

Motion is queen in Zuhair Murad's Fall-Winter 2021 Collection. Shades of black, ecru, crimson, navy, and pastel pink shape the lines of mesmerizing looks that draw inspiration from the timeless glamour of the forties and celebrate, in form and essence, the freedom of contemporary women who pride on their independence.
Emilio Pucci 2019
Bottega Veneta
Kenzo
Valentino pre fall 19

Related Articles