A continuation of Spring/Summer 2021’s “Très Paris”, Sophie Delafontaine dived deep into the Longchamp’s heritage and presented a collection teeming with Parisian flair, imbued with the spirit of Longchamp.
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For Fall/Winter 2021, the designer drew inspiration from the iconic Longchamp racehorse logo and the work of the French interior designer Pierre Paulin, whose vision revolutionised Parisian apartments in the second half of the 20th century.
This season, quilting and layering took center stage, as did touches of influence from the ‘70s – supported by bold palettes of red, black and white that gave way to softer shades of nudes and delightful pink. It was a fine-tuned balance of masculine shapes matched to perfection with feminine silhouettes that flowed with ease as the models walked in boots designed to conquer the stylish streets of Paris during winter.
Elsewhere, the brand’s iconic bags- the Brioche, Le Pliage and Roseau – are reimagined with new textures, quilting and acetate chain embellishments.
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