Already adopted by the most prominent tops, from Bella Hadid to Emily Ratajkowski via Kendall Jenner, the pin top ("pin top" in French) seems to dethrone the eternal crop tops and other sexy bras seen last summer. To transition into autumn, the famous top is now available in a mesh to be worn next to the skin, is adorned with a precious jewel-style pin highlighting the chest, and is available in a short or long version.
Popularized by Versace, which unveiled a first version of the top last February, during a photoshoot with Hailey Bieber for the American edition of Vogue, the pin top is now offering an ever sexier reinterpretation.
First by Cult Gaia, the label that has made bohemian chic its trademark, while Emily Ratajkowski was seen in June 2021 wearing a blue top held at the level of the chest by a simple pin. A fashion statement that quickly seduced fashionistas, since the garment is now out of stock. But it is, as often, to Simon Porte Jacquemus that we owe the explosion of the pin top, when he presented his fall-winter 2021-2022 show called La Montagne, during which guests were able to discover a 2.0 cardigan, sexier than ever, held in place by a "Jacquemus" logo pin. A model available in colored knit, sometimes fuchsia pink, sometimes red or brown, but also in a long and short version, like a crop top. It did not take more to seduce the leaders of fashion, like Bella Hadid or Meghan Fox. Because it is when the actress of Transformers was seen wearing the "pin cardigan" signed Jacquemus that fashion took off. In 48 hours, searches for the article of the French brand jumped 52% according to the specialized platform Lyst. As for the term "pin top", the platform reported a 78% increase in searches. Ultimate proof that the pin top, signed Jacquemus or not, is definitely the most trendy garment of the fall.
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