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SS21 Trends with Harvey Nichols Dubai

Harvey Nichols Dubai showcases Spring Summer 2021 trends

With Spring and Summer already around the corner, our thoughts are turning away from jumpers and back to billowing dresses, classic shorts and stylish sandals. Never one to miss a beat when it comes to fashion trends, Harvey Nichols Dubai have put together their trend edit for the new season.

Presenting a refreshing new take on the Spring Summer 2021 wardrobe, expect elevated resort wear, delicate florals, trendy basics and everything in between. In addition, with over 50 new brands now available in- store, you’ll be wowed all season long with statement pieces, voluminous designs and sleek silhouettes.

Artisanal Chic

Be inspired by delicate craftsmanship and an eco-conscious attitude to styling this season. SS21 statement pieces from Regina Pyo, J.W. Anderson and Nanushka bring an elegant twist to uplift your wardrobe this season. Organic shapes, rusticity and tonal palettes combined with innovative tailoring creates a timeless trendy outfit for the summer.  Zimmermann harmonizes its statement pieces bringing prints to life with exaggerated yet relaxed silhouettes, while Cult Gaia brings a sophisticated level of comfort with favorites that are breathable and flowy. Crochet, macrame and patchwork techniques permeate throughout the season with a focus on natural fibers that provide a homespun earthy vibe.

White Out

Say goodbye to the LBD and say hello to this season’s favorite trend, Dress in All White. From the elongated silhouettes of Jacquemus to power suits from the newly launched brand, Esse Studios, this season will see you dressing in white from head-to-toe.  Seek a contemporary look with breezy tailoring and contrast stitching with designer brands, Alex Perry and Studio Amelia; accessorize with strappy heels from The Attico and adorn a sling from Cult Gaia to give you the perfect summer outfit. An all-white silhouette is the talk of the town this season and it is here to stay. 

The Blues

If your closet is calling out for some colour, this season flaunts all shades of blue to uplift your mood. Newest addition in store, Remain brings bolder appeal to your tops and trousers while key pieces from Alessandra Rich will add contemporary feels to your summer dresses. Timeless denim pieces from Dolce & Gabbana and eloquent sheer dresses from Staud will be sure to make it to your summer wish list.

Night Garden

For all the stylish men out there, don’t be afraid to brighten up your wardrobe with bold prints and textures that are trending this season. Elevated fabrication, floral patterns and uplifting illustrations will create the perfect mood for spring and summer. Graphic t-shirts are the new must-haves – choose high energy shirts from Palm Angels that will transport you to the islands instantly, or take on the nostalgia with archival fabrics from Sacai. For something more casual, pair your denims with bomber jackets and oversized shirts to sport a playful look all season long. 

Utilitarian

The all-time favorite utility trend will be taking this season by storm with an all-round high function vibe. March down the streets with military undertones and dune hues, and stand out with key pieces with loose fits and exaggerated details. The coolest kid on the block, Fear of God crosses disciplines and re-envisions functionality and performance to mark the coming of age. Neil Barret conceptualizes uniforms for the modern man with clean structures, accurate detailing and athletic elements – creating signature styles for your everyday wardrobe.

All pieces are now available at the Mall of the Emirates store.

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