This strong feeling of a common intrinsic concentration is translated into the Spring Summer 2021 collection of Gauchere. In order to bring this feeling to life during the deﬁle, Creative Director Marie-Christine Statz invited John James to initiate a decompression ceremony – she and the vibrations of her drums set the rhythm for this experience.
Tailoring and monochrome suiting are the house’s uniform and clearly visible in the 30 looks of the collection while adding a softer tone. Marie-Christine Statz translated the vulnerable mood of today into organic shapes and created an additional room within the garments. It feels like a body liberation when everything around you is restricted. Bubbles reshaping the volume, inside-out fashioning as well as patching of fabrics and patterns express the new reality. Next to black and white, earthy, warm hues such as brick, ebony, vanilla, khaki, and stone blue dominate the color palette and are accentuated with a sky blue and bright lemon. Broad shoulders paired with a small waist continues to be an important silhouette for dresses and blazers. They come in structured linen, coated cotton, super light silks, and transparent lace.