Skip to main content

Oscar de la Renta Turns Late Summer Florals Into a Dreamy Fall 2021 Collection

The brand calls it "a tribute" to a time "when sunflowers and wildflowers radiate in glorious full bloom."

After skipping the Spring 2021 ready-to-wear season, Oscar de la Renta returned to fashion month on Tuesday with its autumnal line, which takes florals to new extremes.

According to a press release, co-creative directors Fernando García and Laura Kim worked with Tricia Paoluccio to reinterpret her pressed flower artwork into a collection of day dresses, separates and gowns using embroidery, crocheting and appliqués on fil coupé, cotton, taffeta and silk faille. The end result is "a tribute to late summer, when sunflowers and wildflowers radiate in glorious full bloom," the brand notes.

Beyond literal prints and embellishments, the floral inspiration of this collection translates to a color palette heavy on purples, pinks, turquoises and saffrons, seen across suiting, monochromatic dresses and eveningwear. There are also delicate bow details spotted throughout, meant to evoke the ribbon used to tie a bouquet of market flowers, the press release explains. (Once again, the brands are targeting Tyler.)  A parade of incredibly elegant gowns round out the fall line, sure to stand out even during a virtual award show season. 

Scroll to Continue

Recommended Articles

See every single look in Oscar de la Renta's Fall 2021 collection in the gallery, below.

Want more Fashionista? Sign up for our daily newsletter and get us directly in your inbox.