The strength of any great fall wardrobe finds its roots in strong silhouettes, clean lines, and a distinctive point of view with the changing seasons. Zara is ringing in the cooler months with its Studio Collection for fall/winter 2021. Twice yearly, the retailer releases the elevated range created in collaboration with stylist Karl Templer to hone in on quality looks that are design-forward beyond its typical offerings.
This season, Zara Studio celebrates the grunge impact of the ’90s with an elevated twist. Muted color palettes mesh perfectly with long dresses, sharp suiting, and perfect coats that will last in your wardrobe for winters to come. The breezy floral dresses are grounded by grey blazers, oversized belts, and leather gloves that complete the look. Sparkle and shine is counteracted by tweeds and tartans, perfectly encapsulating the carefree feeling of the grunge movement, taken into new contexts with brilliant styling.
The women’s campaign is, as per usual for Zara Studio, absolutely star-studded. Shot by Steven Meisel, with art direction by Fabien Baron, the campaign features models including Rianne Van Rompaey, Meadow Walker, Raquel Zimmerman, Sasha Pivovarova, Kirsten Owen, Marisa Berenson, Precious Lee, Chiharu Okunugi, Yumi Nu, and Amar Akway, all of whom also appear in an accompanying tongue-in-cheek film shot by Baron.
The men’s offering expands on this universe, with clean tailoring that is looser than previous seasons and ready for the streets when paired with technical nylon undergarments. The men’s campaign stars some of the brightest new faces in film and TV, including Jorge Lopez, Malachi Kirby, Arnaud Valois, and Niels Schneider, featured in a short by Baron and a campaign lensed by David Sims.
The full collection of women’s, men’s, and kidswear is now available on zara.com and in Zara stores globally.
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