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As temperature increases, so does the need to focus on Spring-Summer 2022 fashion trends, styles, prints, pieces and colours for the season to usher a breath of fresh air into our closets. Summer dressing is all about ease – what wardrobe essentials are going to make you feel the most confident and carefree while flinging from, say, a picnic at the park to a festive outdoor meal with friends? Unlike Winter, which is all about cute coats and leather boots, the warmer months of the year call for pieces that cover less of your body whilst still feeling put together and stylish – We know we can count on a new viral trend to dominate the Internet, and in turn, influence us.
Looking back at the Fashion shows at Milan, London, New York and Paris (on September), we saw the hottest fashion trends to be worn on the season. From the ultra-mini mini, strapped pieces to white suiting, this season’s fashion trends looks to match everyone’s expectations. Moreover, bold colours had their fair share of moments on the Spring/Summer 2022 runways and will trickle down to street style and red carpets well into fall.
Continue below for the 6 biggest and hottest fashion trends of 2022 you need to know about.
If you like having fun with fashion (after spending the best part of two years wearing tracksuits), super sheer fabrics will have a real moment in the sun this spring. Of course, sheer fabrics can be matched with under bra tops, blouses, cycling shorts or skorts to protect your modesty – this trend one of the most flexible for SS22.
Spotted at: Elleme, Rejina Pyo & Yuhan Wang – as well as Staud, Acne Studios, Harris Reed, 16Arlington, Simone Rocha & David Koma
Suiting is the key trend for the season! And we are totally sure you will love to wear it at any place and moment. Besides, it suits with everyone – as it seems to be the most versatile piece. This season sees the return of suiting with a vengeance. Stark white and complete with show-stopping accents – from waist ties to contrast black hardware and bold shoulders, these are pieces that should make the prospect of returning to your commute a whole lot more bearable. A trouser suit also provides a chic option for an alternative wedding outfits if you’re looking for something other than a traditional dress.
Spotted at: Teatum Jones, Peter Do, Proenza Schouler – as well as Baum Und Pferdgarten, Holzweiler, Erdem & Michael Kors
HOT PINK SUMMER
Hot pink is the colour of the year. During SS 22’ runways, we saw creative directors implementing pink colour shades on their designs and we’re totally obsessed with it. Aren’t you? Many fashion brands showed their collections featuring the most fashionable colour trend of the year (pink, of course; in different shades), and after that, celebrities started wearing pink pieces at different events and even on the red-carpet, for instance, the Grammys 2022 red carpet (Saweetie, Billy Porter, and even Travis Barker) or the Valentino front row (Anne Hathaway, Zendaya, Florence Pugh, Vanessa Hudgens, etc.)
Spotted at: Valentino, Versace, Alexander McQueen, Ferragamo, Cult Gaia, Molly Goddard, David Koma.
Neon yellow is also the key and hottest trend for the season 2022, and the most incredible thing about this is that it’s particularly epic when worn head-to-toe. If you’re really fearful of the look-at-me tone, you can wear this colour as accessory accent when mixed with camel, taupe or oatmilk tones.
Spotted at: David Koma, Prada & Richard Quinn – as well as Erdem, Emilia Wickstead & COS
The minis are back! And, the supermodels of the ’90s would’ve been proud to wear, with well over half of the thigh exposed beneath the brief slip of fabric. For instance, Miu Miu created the viral hit of the season but opt for super-statement shades, prints or fabrics to ensure that while your skirt may be small it still packs a mighty punch.
Spotted at: Prada, Dior & Versace, Moschino, Miu Miu & Max Mara
We are in loooove with cut-outs! They came as a shock a few seasons ago, but they will continue being THE news for a long-period of time. And that is amazing when it comes to considering cost-per-wear and environmental-friendly-ness, because the more frequently you’re happy to wear an item the better. With cut-outs – wherever they are on an item – seemingly going nowhere fast, you’d be wise to hop on board.
Spotted at: Elleme, Jonathan Simkhai & Supriya Lele – as well as Michael Kors, Christian Siriano, Nensi Dojaka, Mark Fast, Yuhan Wang, David Koma & Maximillian at Fashion East