Top Drawer reveals SS ‘21 trends

With print back in vogue, this collection from Burleigh hits the spot, says Top Drawer

Setting the scene for the new year, design-led retail event, Top Drawer, has released their SS ‘21 trends forecast based on new designs and product launches by their network of more than 500 leading lifestyle brands across the show’s virtual platform, On Demand.

AN OPULENT ADDITION: Whether it’s a mix of many or a glinting accent, a touch of metallic never goes out of style. In its natural hard form or threaded through soft furnishings, use this style to add a dash of lavishness to any scene.

Cottage Cool from Liga

COTTAGE COOL: 2020 was full of surprises, like Le Creuset becoming one of the TikTok generation’s favourite brands. As we spend more time at home than ever before, the desire to surround ourselves with cosy comforts and calming, more traditional designs is only growing.

Nude Glass fits the Modern Mirage bill

MODERN MIRAGE: You don’t have to endure enormous heat to bring warmth this season. A new take on previous Palm Springs or Oasis trends, this rendition focuses of the textures, tones and natural patterns of the desert, both day and night.

THE POWER OF PRINTS: A departure from the minimal vignettes we’ve loved in recent years, pattern is back in force. A standalone statement piece or layered up, there’s no right or wrong way to master this look.

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