The instability of our living environment makes utilitarianism particularly important in clothing, which also drives the popularity of multiple pockets. In A/W 21/22, this kind of design continues the 3D pockets and patch pockets, and also pays attention to detail and appearance change. There are decorative edges, processing lines, hidden pockets, exposed 3D pockets, flap pockets and 3D pockets in multiple shapes. A detachable pocket is also added to the belt, becoming a punchline. Pockets are both practical and good-looking.
Piped patch pockets emphasize details. Different sizes and contrasting colors of the two materials create a piping effect. Hot melt adhesive is used to deal with pocket edges, enhancing the decorativeness and extending the service cycle of pockets.
In addition to utility, pocket in A/W 21/22 also emphasizes the decorativeness and its contrast with processing lines, creating a delicate vibe.
Pockets are applied to shirts and suits in the form of single inserted line or double inserted lines, replacing patch pockets and slant pockets, so pockets are hidden. In addition to strip, geometric forms like arc and L-shape are also used.