This month’s New York Trend Week was mostly a digital affair, with designers opting to launch their collections via online video or photograph slideshows, but there was no scarcity of buzz around the brand names that did exhibit.

1 main minute was a surprise runway visual appeal at Proenza Schouler from newly minted IMG model Ella Emhoff (you might also know her as Vice President Kamala Harris’ stepdaughter who stole the inauguration fashion exhibit in a sparkle-studded Miu Miu coat previous thirty day period). Donning a comfortable-suit pantsuit — one particular of our most loved models du jour — sans shirt, Emhoff, 21, rocked a hip mop of curls and spherical nerd-stylish eyeglasses. Electrical power dressing, but make it Gen Z.

The glimpse is a signal of our sartorial periods: In this pandemic, when we’re at house dreaming of additional stylish times, tendencies are yours to consider and make your have. No matter if your fashion fantasy involves cocooning you in head-to-toe knits or sporting stilettos and a decadent dress, designers offered every little thing from the realistic to the truly fantastical.

In this article, 6 tendencies we’re keen to embrace write-up-pandemic.

The new knits

Looks from designers Staud, Victor Glemaud and 3.1 Phillip Lim
Appears to be from designers Staud, Victor Glemaud and Phillip Lim
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For drop, designers served up some pretty witty knits: Victor Glemaud styled two-tone sweaters with matching cable-knit sizzling trousers best for a evening of Netflix whilst snuggled less than a blanket, whilst Staud’s slouchy models topped roomy maxi dresses. Meanwhile at Phillip Lim, a nominal, monochromatic sweatsuit proved that all it can take is a classic camel coat (paired with detachable mittens!) to consider this development seamlessly from the couch to your most loved out of doors eating spot.

Eco-friendly queens

Looks from designers Kim Shui, Anna Sui and Theophilio
Appears to be from designers Kim Shui, Anna Sui and Theophilio.
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1 shade of eco-friendly reigned supreme: Dubbed “leprechaun” according to Pantone’s drop 2021 predictions, the hue falls playfully someplace in excess of the rainbow — and among emerald and Kelly. Kim Shui’s spliced separates have been infused with the perky shade, as have been seems to be from Jamaican-born, Brooklyn-based mostly designer Theophilio’s hotly expected selection. (We’re partial to this athleisure-infused skirt match.) Anna Sui’s consider was head-to-toe — right down to the leaf-print mask.

Sparks joy

Looks from designers Collina Strada, Zimmermann and Studio 189
Appears to be from designers Collina Strada, Zimmermann and Studio 189
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Simply because who couldn’t use additional? Designers served up electrifying collections packed with playful parts that you couldn’t have a undesirable day in. Collina Strada brought double the pleasurable via layers and psychedelic prints, whilst Studio 189 showed multicolored skirts with flouncy tiers that advise twirling (at house, on your have, why not?). And in a runway online video, in the course of which the styles all smiled brightly, Zimmermann’s pastel patchwork finale gown swept the exhibit.

Blanket dressing

Looks from designers Gabriela Hearst Bevza and Thakoon
Appears to be from designers Gabriela Hearst, Bevza and Thakoon
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Consolation dressing in the course of a pandemic? Absolutely not groundbreaking, but fortunately designers aplenty offered fresh can take on the ubiquitous cozy vibe. Thakoon took knit suiting and piled it with sweaters — plenty and plenty of sweaters. Bevza bundled up styles with balaclavas, whilst Gabriela Hearst (who was also worn by initial girl Dr. Jill Biden for previous month’s inauguration occasions) showed a sumptuous ground-duration cape which is photograph best for snowy times.

Chill pantsuiting

Looks from designers Rosetta Getty, Prabal Gurung and Ella Emhoff in Proenza Schouler
Appears to be from designers Rosetta Getty, Prabal Gurung and Ella Emhoff in Proenza Schouler
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Warning: These are not your typical electricity pantsuits. Prabal Gurung’s oversized consider — right down to the extra-extended hem — is boldly hued and layered with extra-extended strands of pearls. Rosetta Getty carried in excess of spring’s appreciate affair with leather and layered comfortable suiting with pinstriped tunics. And at Proenza Schouler, the quiet but stylish blazer (modeled by Emhoff) and unfastened-suit trousers showed that fashion 7 days is even now severe business.

Pure fantasy

Looks from designers Markarian, Christian Cowan and Tia Adeola
Appears to be from designers Markarian, Christian Cowan and Tia Adeola
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For those people with sweatpants exhaustion, rejoice! Glamour glittered on runways aplenty. Markarian’s Alexandra O’Neill (who became a domestic title following Biden donned her patterns in the course of the inauguration) served up cocktail frocks bursting with embellished fireworks, whilst Christian Cowan’s alluring neon bodycon minidresses — styled with matching thigh-large stilettos — showed us how to rock some severe swag from the comfort and ease of our beds (Judith Leiber martini-formed purse optional). For otherworldly inspiration, Tia Adeola’s ethereal feather gown is a real fashion minute in flight.