The Lemaire Spring/Summer 2021 collection was presented in a film that resembled a fashion show, showing the clothing in movement.
The brand has gone mixed one more time this season and will show coed during the men’s week in Paris, and bid adieu to the womenswear shows in February and September.
‘’There’s really a unisex dimension. This could be on a man or a woman. We sensualize men and we like women who are decided’’, said Christophe Lemaire.
So, for the next season, Sarah-Linh Tran and Christophe Lemaire stretched out the garments and multiplied tone-on-tone looks that piled shirts, jackets and trenches onto one another.
There were also subtle gradations and hints of contrast with a marine green, a palest of yellow, a dash of denim and a kaleidoscope of neutrals – shades of clay, ochre, wheat – whose delicate differences became apparent. Other updated touches included soft edges on a suit jacket lapel and rounded shoulders of a trenchcoat. Adding pattern, drawings from Mexican artist Martín Ramírez was applied to airy shirts and skirts.
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