Wools in A/W 20/21 evolve to more textured fabrics used for coats, jackets and overcoats. Wools bring voluminous and dimensional effects. Grainy lambswool feels leisure; high-class short wools are elegant. The mid-length shapes are more commercial.
Matte and warm grainy lambswool steps in its peak period. The grainy texture add direction. Lambswool is presented through mix-and-match methods, dissecting and asymmetry, which is unconventional and directional.
Heavy and layered curly wools are noticeably bright. Coats are exaggerately voluminous. Embroideries and color blocks are seen. Curly wools are not teamed up with other fabrics. Curly wools are soft and cosy.
Short wools feel comfortable and warm. The color piecing of the same material adds interest.
Camouflage patterns are seen on wools, adding a military sentiment. The camouflage patterns on wools coats create images of female soldiers and make a statement.