Whether without hopes for a brighter future or driven by the idea of creating a new accessory, many designers have included masks in their spring-summer 2021 collections. Anyway, the fact is that masks will be one of the main trends in the coming spring.
From left to right: Balenciaga, Rick Owens, Marine Serre
Even though all the masks presented on the catwalks are not surgical and rather decorative, they should be considered as an attempt by brands to look at the now integral part of our wardrobe from a new angle. Transparent baffle masks by Marine Serre, a turtleneck sweater that can be pulled up to the nose by Balenciaga, weightless veils by Rick Owens are all-new interpretations of the familiar protective masks.
From left to right: Christian Siriano, Collina Strada, Anna Sui
As for stylistic solutions, some designers suggest choosing masks to match your outfit. Perhaps, achieving a total match, as, for example, at the Christian Siriano or Anna Sui show, will not be easy, unless you buy a ready-made set of top and mask. However, you can always wear a fabric mask in similar shades, which will also make your look complete.