Change is the title of the Haute Couture Fall Winter 2020-21 collection presented by Viktor & Rolf with a traditional, but in digital form, narrated by Mika. Change represents the fulcrum of the historical moment we are living, which is why Viktor & Rolf has composed three wardrobes for three different points of view. Each of the three has a specific outfit: a négligé, a bathrobe and a coat.
The first wardrobe represents a gloomy mood. It opens with a midnight blue silk robe, with applications in the shape of clouds full of rain. The second look, on the other hand, is a majestic wild boar robe. Finally, a cone-shaped coat with a dark air, decorated with large stings in faux leather or sparkling.
In the second wardrobe we find the contrasting emotions that each of us is experiencing these days. The whole wardrobe is in shades of pink. The négligé is embroidered with emoji representing different moods. Following is a pink candy pink dressing gown with large volumes, decorated with large bows on the sleeve. To complete the wardrobe, a pink coat, with the right sleeve with exaggerated volume, taped with cylindrical glitter applications.
The third group of dresses brings love within the collection: sadness and frustration are swept away by three romantic looks, sprinkled with hearts. The white silk gown with red and black embroidered appliqués brings a wave of serenity. The quilted fabric dressing gown, on the other hand, totally envelops the body, giving a feeling of security. The final look of the entire show is a blaze of love: a white coat surrounded by sparkling hearts. Viktor & Rolf's final message is that we all deserve to be loved, regardless of age, colour, gender, race, religion or sexuality.