Set against the backdrop of a global pandemic, fashion has learned to reinvent itself. As pandemics set us all back, designers start to create more functional clothes and were respectful to the changing world. Which lead to creating easy-to-wear clothes without gender. This year's pieces are infused with festive optimism. Now let's break down the trends that will shake 2022.
From left to right: Louis Vuitton, Miu Miu, Chanel
Ski Chic will be this year's obsession. Quilted clothes, comfy jumpsuits, parkas, puffers, and even balaclavas. Winter clothing DNA has been twisted into an urban setting.
From left to right: Givenchy, Balenciaga, Prada
Sustainable and Ethical fashion starts to rise. Trends are starting to move on from animal abuse because of their furs and replaces them with incredibly quality knock-off fur.
From left to right: Ami, Dior, 3.1 Phillip Lim
As times between offices and outwear decreases, businesswoman look is updated with tailored and pleated skirts.
From left to right: Alberta Ferretti, Givenchy, Valentino
A glittering style reminding us to dream of the festive has come. Rhinestones, feathers, and sequins light up the catwalks.
From left to right: Fashion East, Versace, Courrèges
The sixties are back with a modern touch. Monochrome and pure variations of 1960s clothes are becoming the new trend.
From left to right: Miu Miu, Chloé, Fendi
This year knitwear will be the obsession of the season. Dresses will come as long as you like and can reveal skin here and there. Also, transparency will be a part of fashion, this year.
Life on Mars
From left to right: Balmain, Balenciaga, Louis Vuitton
Like a Bowie song cosmonaut, alien and astronomer looks will be on the rise. Sci-Fi-inspired clothing will be a heavy influence this season.
From left to right: Paco Rabanne, Isabel Marant, Moschino
Like other trends, festive attire is also embedded in the Silver Party. With dreams as a leitmotif, evening dresses come out of the closet, and a deluge of silver is shaking up fashion.