Surprising, irreverent, fun, colorful, after a year of countless difficulties, Molly Goddard had returned for the Fall/Winter 2021 season with more of her signature tulle dresses. This time around, the designer took inspiration from none other than her British heritage.
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Well known for her daring otherworldly confections, Molly Goddard took this season to honing the down-to-earth signatures in her repertoire. She leaned into the quirky Britishisms that make her work sing, starting with an extended offering of her adorable Fair Isle sweaters for both men and women. Tailoring has gradually become a mainstay for the label as well, and this time around it was a men’s suit in charcoal gray with subtle ruching through the waistline, the exuberant tulle evening dresses or the taffeta frocks with angular bows.
She is thinking much more commercially – and sustainably – than ever as well. Her knits and royal red tartans are made in Scotland and other parts of the U.K., while a lot of the production is done in London, often with her very own hands.
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