From Louis Vuitton to Prada: The 32 Best Looks of Fashion Week Fall 2021

This month, more designers chose to return to the pre-Covid format of showing their fall collections on the runway. Though the shows were live-streamed without in-person audiences, they still offered up that familiar feeling of traveling somewhere spectacular, whether with chic airport attire or through fantasy and historical references. While […]

This month, more designers chose to return to the pre-Covid format of showing their fall collections on the runway. Though the shows were live-streamed without in-person audiences, they still offered up that familiar feeling of traveling somewhere spectacular, whether with chic airport attire or through fantasy and historical references. While we spent last season thinking about what we will wear as we slowly emerge from our homes after a year in quarantine, the new season, which wrapped up in Paris on Wednesday, was all about where we might want to go. Tailored outerwear options from Hermès, Fendi and Max Mara felt like key investment pieces for the international jetsetter ready to start racking up airline miles again. There were more glamorous moments too, like Valentino’s microskirt tuxedo and a black sequin coat from Prada that was styled casually over trousers and a turtleneck. Below, we’ve chosen a number of our favorite looks from the season.



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Courtesy of Acne Studios

An oversize coat looks polished with monochrome accessories in different textures.



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Courtesy of Balmain

A striped sweater dress and a pair of neck-pillow doorknocker earrings add comfort and kitsch to an effortless travel ensemble.



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Courtesy of Chanel

A Chanel suit puts a touch of skin on display.



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Courtesy of Chloe

A hand-woven poncho accented with a puffer collar is fit for a bohemian adventure.



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Courtesy of Courreges

All-white knits keep ’60s-style loungewear modern.



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Courtesy of Dior

Maria Grazia Chiuri’s double-breasted coat and cherry-red shoes are a nod to the darker side of childhood fairytales.



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Courtesy of Dolce&Gabbana

Strong shoulders on a double-breasted blazer are balanced with bare legs.



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Courtesy of Eckhaus Latta

Cut-and-sew knits are suitable for the moment.



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Courtesy of Giorgio Armani

A fringe bib adds a personal touch to a traditional black suit.



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Jason Lloyd-Evans/Courtesy of Erdem

The classic trench is reimagined with a new neckline.



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Courtesy of Etro

A pair of silk boxing shorts take on Etro’s signature paisley print.



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Courtesy of Fendi

Kim Jones turned to Fendi’s house codes to reinvent sleek classics.



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Courtesy of Gabriela Hearst

Simple silhouettes are often the ultimate luxury.



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Courtesy of Giorgio Armani

A long, unadorned coat has mysterious allure. 



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Courtesy of Givenchy

A fluid dress made of colorful paillettes shines under a black blazer.



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Filippo Fior/Courtesy of Hermes

Sumptuous brown layers evoke a long stroll around the countryside.



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Courtesy of Isabel Marant

A floral-printed prairie, shown in a space-age parking garage, sends the dress into the future.



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Dan Lecca/Courtesy of Jason Wu

Fringe trims add excitement to pared-back style.



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Courtesy of Lemaire

Gray layers are back-to-the-office appropriate. 



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Yannis Vlamos/Courtesy of Longchamp

A cozy camel puffer coat can take the place of tailored outerwear. 



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Courtesy of Louis Vuitton

A colorblock cape makes a casual ensemble more bold. 



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Courtesy of Max Mara

A slouchy camel coat tops off bare legs and leather loafers.



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Johnny Dufort/Courtesy of Miu Miu

Boudoir fabrics are reimagined for the ski slopes. 



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Lousy Auber/Courtesy of Nehera

A layered look borrows styling ideas from menswear.



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Courtesy of Nina Ricci

Unusual accessories add a bit of much-needed fantasy. 



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Courtesy of Prada

A black-sequin coat turns this casual look into a dressed-up moment.



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Valerio Mezzanotti/OWENSCORP

Comfort meets couture in a deconstructed collection. 



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Courtesy of Salvatore Ferragamo

Electric-green shoes brighten an all-leather look.



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Andrew Nuding/Courtesy of Simone Rocha

A cable-knit sweater–and-crinoline ensemble is toughened up with a leather harness. 



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Courtesy of Ulla Johnson

A striped sweater dress was made in partnership with the non-profit Manos del Uruguay. 



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Courtesy of Valentino

An ultra short hemline adds playfulness to a classic tuxedo. 



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Courtesy of Versace

A belted blazer showcases the house’s new monogram print.

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