With the end of the hit TV series, Why Women Kill, feminism is once again pushed into the limelight. In the play, Simone, as a representative of the 1980s, is very impressive for her courageous and resolute personality. In the 1980s when the feminist movement took place in the United States, female power began to awaken, women were beginning to play important roles in the workplace, and the capable and tough suit looks were deeply rooted in people. The exaggerated shoulder, and the neat waisted design display the charm of feminism.
Inspired by the waisted silhouette in the 1980s, A/W 20/21 will highlight design in the waist. Previous seasons adopt the belt made of the same fabric with the clothing. This season begins to use the wide corset. Plastic structure and wide straps in the side highlight the waist.
Collarless suits are mainly the simple and capable H-shaped silhouette with loose cutting, soft structure and no constrained sense. The slightly loose silhouette interprets the free, casual and comfortable feeling.
Suits start to use cutout to add a feminine sense. Cutout in the waist makes a visual dislocation to form an X-shaped structure. Tabs or rhinestones highlight design in the waist.
Inspired by tough and wide-shoulder suits in the 1980s, designers redesign the neutral suit with new aesthetics. The wide shoulder and the straight silhouette create a casual appearance, and the soft fabric brings an elegant and noble style.
Compared to previous seasons, mock-layer design in A/W 20/21 pays more attention to the contrast and the layered sense of two layers.
Wrapping suits bring a comfortable feeling. Wrapping straps highlight the waist, but are not constrained. This kind of suits is more suitable for modern females pursuing comfortable and casual style.