Why Everyone’s Wearing This Coat

three women wear frankie shop's moss green quilted jacket with black pants in their homes and on the street

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When Frankie Shop debuted its quilted Teddy jacket, a thin puffer coat with an oversize trapeze silhouette, the minimalist Paris-meets-NYC brand didn’t expect it to become a runaway hit. The makers of viral products rarely do.

After last year’s initial release, “We thought that perhaps we would move on from it,” Frankie Shop founder Gaelle Drevet tells Bazaar.com. Plenty of other outerwear styles have come and gone from Frankie Shop’s lineup since it opened in 2014, after all. Then the quilted Teddy jacket’s demand exceeded expectations…to put it modestly.

Following thousands word-of-mouth recommendations and several restocks, the $285 coat is gaining even more #OOTD credits this fall. It’s found in four neutral colorways in the brand’s online store, as well as at retailers like Net-a-Porter and Mytheresa. Fashion search engine Lyst reports that views of Frankie Shop quilted jackets have increased 129% from

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5 Fall 2021 Micro-Trends Fashion People Are Already Wearing

As fashion editors, it’s part of our jobs to always be looking ahead in fashion. While we’re deep in the summer style scene right now, wearing pieces like yellow sunglasses and sporty swimsuits that are having a major moment, we’re also thinking about what fall fashion will look like. We’re already seeing early signs of what fashion insiders will be wearing for the season ahead, and there are a number of fall micro-trends set to define 2021 that have been adopted by the fashion set.

So which pieces are already winning out? Many of them are trends that take inspiration straight from the runways, including the midriff-baring knit skirt sets that made a statement at Fendi and the saturated shades that we saw pretty much everywhere. Ahead, see five fall micro-trends we’re expecting will be huge in 2021, and shop our edit to start wearing them now if you’re an

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Fashion People Told Me the 2021 Trends They’re Wearing First

The best way to find out what fashion will look like in the future? Going straight to the source and asking the fashion set which pieces have landed on their shopping lists. That’s why I reached out to some of the best-dressed buyers, editors, stylists, and influencers, who I always look to for their covetable shopping buys. Curious to see what they have their eyes on right now, I asked them to spill the 2021 trends they will be wearing first.

Taking inspiration from the S/S 21 collections, they’re sharing the standout trends they’re already planning on adding into their wardrobes. From luxe takes on loungewear at Proenza Schouler to eye-catching statement pieces at Loewe to the barely-there trend that was everywhere from Attico to Jacquemus—plus the mindful movement towards sustainability—the pieces they’re excited about have me thinking about the bright future of fashion in 2021. Here, shop their

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Candace Owens mocks Harry Styles for wearing a dress. Did she forget about Jesus?

The presidential election might be over, but Trump surrogates aren’t done playing the man card to energize their base. After attacking President-elect Joe Biden for the size of his mask and implying that protecting others made him less of a man, they’ve moved on to being provoked by another piece of cloth: a dress.

Shockingly, men don’t come out of utero sporting a nifty pair of trousers or cargo shorts.

After pop icon Harry Styles posed on the cover of Vogue wearing a ball gown, conservative radio host and Trump endorser Erick Erickson tweeted: “Biden gets elected by promising a return to normal. Then the left goes all in on men in dresses.”

Just to prove that women can also perpetuate patriarchy

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