As we emerge from a pandemic period filled with sweatshirts and sweatpants, we have never been more excited to slip on our favorite pair of boots or try out a new bold pattern. From fabulous florals by Jonathan Cohen and delicately draped dresses from Giambattista Valli, the Fall/Winter 2021 runways did not lack in post-pandemic inspiration. To help you prepare for your most stylish and colorful fall and winter yet, we selected the prints and patterns that have been ruling the runways.


Jonathan Cohen Fall/Winter 2021

Though florals have always been in fashion, Jonathan Cohen and his collection of dreamy runway dresses took the timeless print to the next level. Blossoming with bright flowers, Cohen's elegant pieces proved that florals are the perfect way to brighten up the chilly fall and winter months.


Giambattista Valli Fall/Winter 2021 Haute Couture

Dreamy draping has dominated the runways this season. With dresses such as this stunning floor-length beauty from Giambattista Valli, draping is sure to bring an ethereal elegance to any cold-weather outing.


Rodarte Fall/Winter 2021

Get ready to dazzle. As people emerge from their homes, they are going bold. Stunning sequin pieces such as these Rodarte floor-length gowns graced the runways for the Fall/Winter 2021 season, and we cannot wait to see the streets sparkle.


Celine Fall/Winter 2021

Don't part with your plaid. Chanel's outerwear pieces and this stunning coat by Celine promise a presence of classic and colorful plaid everywhere this fall and winter.

Faux Fur

Burberry Fall/Winter 2021

If this beautiful Burberry number says anything, it is that faux fur is not going anywhere. Looking to switch out your classic trench for something a bit bolder? Try out a fabulous faux fur coat instead.


Kenzo Fall/Winter 2021

Stripes are IN. Horizontal or vertical, thin or thick—the classic and universally flattering print (when styled the right way) is here to stay. This Kenzo set illustrates the movement and potential of the timeless pattern while also proving its place in this year's cold-weather fashion.