Versace, Tom Ford, Lanvin, the houses used to present extravagant pieces sign the return of joy and good humor for the summer season, with sequins to wear all-over, available in pop colors to assume during the day. Even the most sober Loewe or Erdem have succumbed to the trend.
The Y2K allure
It's been several months since the pop allure of the 2000s has made a comeback in fashion. It is finally made official on the catwalks of Fashion Week. From Versace to Coperni via Acne Studios, the pants tied rather than zipped, the bandana, the fishnet top or bubblegum shades are essential in the wardrobes for a nostalgia assumed after several months of testing, like a search for comfort. Paris Hilton had better watch out.
The mini skirt
A major trend of the 2000s, the mini-skirt marks the end of the reign of shorts and Bermudas. Like Christina Aguilera in her video clip "Dirrty", the mini-skirt is worn shorter than ever like at Miu Miu, adorned with sequins like at Loewe, or upgraded with pockets like at Dior.
After the coronation of Nensi Dojaka during the LVMH Prize, the sexy cuts, leaving an apparent lingerie, as integrated in any garment, is essential in the wardrobes. Spurred on by the Albanian designer, the rest of fashion soon followed suit, like Balmain or Coperni, to present silhouettes with sexy and controlled cuts.
The color block
Synonymous with a return to normal life, most designers have presented collections all more colorful than each other with a single watchword (or rather two): the color block. Nina Ricci, Tom Ford, Valentino, Versace… Next summer will be tangy to say the least!
The total yellow look
One of the colors to bet on if you only had to choose one is yellow. Available in pastel, lamé or embroidered, according to the catwalks of the Chanel, Dior, Hermès or Max Mara.
The knotted neck
This is one of the fashion details that appeared on Instagram last summer: the neck highlighted by tied straps. Rather than classic straps, the latter cross at the top of the bust for a neck dressed in ultra sexy straps.
The body chain
The last essential trend for spring-summer 2022 is the body chain. Already present on Instagram for a few months, jewelry has made a place for itself on the catwalks of Chanel, Versace by Fendi, Blumarine or even Acne Studios for a look like the 2000s.