The strength of any great autumn wardrobe is rooted in strong silhouettes, clean lines and a distinctive perspective with the changing seasons. Zara rings in the cooler months with its Studio collection for fall / winter 2021. Twice a year, the retailer launches an increased range created in collaboration with stylist Karl Templer to perfect a quality look that is advancing in design beyond his typical suggestions.
This season Zara Studio celebrates the grunge impact of the 90’s with a twist. The muted color palettes combine perfectly with long dresses, sharp suits and perfect coats that will last in your wardrobe for the coming winters. Ventilated floral dresses are grounded by gray blazers, large belts and leather gloves that complement the look. Shine and brilliance counteract tweeds and tartans, perfectly encapsulating the carefree feeling of the grunge movement, taken in a new context with a brilliant style.
The campaign for women is, as usual for Zara Studio, absolutely stellar. Filmed by Stephen Meisel, with artistic direction from Fabien Baron, the campaign includes models including Ryan Van Rompuy, Meadow Walker, Raquel Zimmerman, Sasha Pivovarova, Kirsten Owen, Marisa Berenson, Presherry Lee, Chiharu Okunugi, Yumi Nu and all of Amar Aku which also appear in the accompanying movie with language shot by a baron.
The men’s proposal expands this universe, with clean sewing, which is freer than previous seasons and ready for the streets when combined with technical nylon underwear. The men’s campaign features some of the brightest new faces in film and television, including Jorge Lopez, Malachi Kirby, Arno Valois and Nils Schneider, featured in a short report by Baron and a campaign brought together by David Sims.
The complete collection of women’s, men’s and children’s clothing is now available at zara.com and in Zara stores worldwide.
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