For the fall/winter 2021 collection, John Elliott wanted to enlargen the brand’s aesthetic, while remaining true to the identity that has defined the brand. Titled “New Bones” this season’s collection pulls inspiration from nature’s boundless beauty.
The collection presented an array of seamless and modern offerings for the chilly season. Military-inspired utilitarian outerwear characterized several collection pieces from a cropped and slightly oversized pistachio green jacket to a staple olive green parka with a fur-lined hood. Other utilitarian style jackets include a light gray nylon jacket, a padded cream lightweight button-down jacket, a beige windbreaker and more. The collection also includes a cognac suede jacket and a black suede jacket with white detailing for an updated denim-style offering.
Another strong suit of the collection is its knitwear which includes a dark grey sweater and printed custom polar-fleece pieces. The highlight of the knitwear offerings is a multi-colored Angora knit, adding subtle flairs of color to a muted ensemble. Additionally, the collection features a range of black leather pieces, distressed Japanese denim and footwear.
Shot in Northern California against concrete walls, Jeffrey Pine and White Fir trees and crystal clear water, the collection brought to life nature’s expansive beauty. Check out the gallery above for the collection looks.
The first drop of the FW/21 collection is available now on the John Elliott website. Additional drops are scheduled to release on a weekly basis.
In related news, check out Palace’s fall 2021 outerwear.