Lace, flowers and feathers in Badgley Mischka’s new spring-summer 2021 collection

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Fashion Week continues in New York, which is being held online due to the coronavirus pandemic: American brand Badgley Mischka also showed its new collection dedicated to travel dreams.

“We are often inspired by trips to interesting places, but this time we found ourselves locked at home, so we started thinking about those parts of the planet where we had not been, but always wanted to visit,” – told the founders of the brand in a telephone conversation to Vogue magazine.



The designers admitted that almost all the images from the new collection were invented during video conferences, because the brand’s team was unexpectedly scattered across different countries, but this did not affect either the quality of things or the overall concept. “We even had to use Zoom to make the buttonhole on the blouse. Our model was in the Hamptons, James and I were in Palm Beach, and the assistant was in Pennsylvania. The production manager lives in New York, and the factories are in China, so the process was not easy, “ – emphasized Mark Badgley and James Bear.

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Instead of a show in a traditional format, the designers showed a small video and a lookbook filmed at the estate of lawyer John Shaffer Phipps, whose ancient architecture and luxurious gardens emphasized the aristocratic nature of the new collection. It includes not only long evening dresses with lace, asymmetrical drapery and feathers that Jennifer Lopez, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kate Winslet and other stars love, but also more practical pantsuits with prints, relaxed tunics, sundresses and elongated jackets that women will be able to wear not only on the street, but also at home in those moments when they want to dress up just in order to cheer themselves up.

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