Fashion: Life’s a beach
With the darkness of winter over and summer finally on the horizon, we’re dreaming of the seaside
With safe international travel still out of reach, just thinking about the escapist looks embedded in Spring/Summer 2021 collections is helping us to cope.
Seaside-inspired themes flooded the Spring/Summer 2021 runways, with an emphasis on nautical themes that weren’t all Breton stripes and sailor hats. Versace embraced the inspiration whole-heartedly and reminded us of Atlantis with vibrant starfish and seashell-emblazoned gowns, while the likes of Michael Kors took a more classic interpretation and unveiled a...
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