Spring-Summer 2021 Lookbook

For its first ready-to-wear collection, Prune Goldschmidt signs a style manifesto. Little hats that are both a newborn's crush and an aviator's helmet. Garter stitch stitches like layettes. Very “guy” blazers with removable sleeves and striped shirts, straight out of the men's wardrobe, superimposed with small sketches inspired by the positions of the Kâma-Sûtra. High-waisted flare pants, very slender, for one leg which never ends. Technical taffeta trench coats, strict and sexy, which are feminized with a ruffled collar. Bloomers that we see peeking out from under very slit wrap skirts. And everywhere, this knot, both very couture and very childish.