Comfort can be stylish by any means. This is the mantra that Tanya Taylor supports among other ideas in her rich and exciting FW21 collection presented digitally at the NYFW. She always creates beautiful clothes that also happen to be elegant, and fashionable. No wonder why ‘it’ girls, high profile editors & buyers, and the coolest NYFW insiders are traditionally attending her vibrant, tasteful presentations. This time, due to COVID1, the presentation was digital, but nothing can steal from the allure of the new fashion wardrobe she is suggesting! Check the collection’s philosophy here:
Fall 2021 is a personal expression of now. It is inspired by the textures we surround ourselves with at home, materials that inspire and comfort. Traditional interior fabrications are reinvigorated through hand-painted paisleys, plaids, tapestry florals, and artful knitwear. Tanya was inspired by the artwork of Jeremiah Goodman, an illustrator who painted the living rooms of society’s elite including Elsa Schiaparelli and Betsey Bloomingdale. Tanya wanted to feel encompassed by the painted spaces. She brought the magic, comfort, and richness of these rooms to life through a color palette of garnet, madder brown, bottle green, and rose. Interior design codes – balance, warmth, feeling lived in, polished and styled are translated through the collection with strong attention to feminine detail and proportion. We are bringing the inside, out.