Spring 2022 fashion trends

Uniform dressing: “I’ve always liked this idea of ​​uniform clothing and interchangeable pieces. It sounds a bit conventional and boring, but I just like a pair of jeans, a white tank top and a big bag.

Blur the gendered lines: “I also like to play with the polarities between masculinity and femininity. I would pair more masculine pants with a more feminine top, for example. It is about mixing these opposites. I’m really a fan of Ludovic de Saint Sernin, a French designer who masters androgynous clothing and embraces gay men as an audience. Australia is still very conformist, where men’s and women’s fashion are still very separate. Dion Lee does a great job. I appreciate that their stock is not divided into sections and is fairly unisex.

Looking back: “I’ve always appreciated Prada for the heritage it has, especially the minimalist Prada of the 90s. I look to timeless brands like the old Céline [under designer Phoebe Philo]The Row and Jil Sander to create a simple and minimalist uniform.

To the output : “The year 2000 had its moment. I will always incorporate facets of it into my own style, but it’s more the form. That Y2K ‘trash’ style where you just threw everything away gives way to a simpler, minimal uniform.

Hamish Tame, Creative Director Le Specs

Eyewear designer Hamish Tame, top left, says we are seeing a “global shift towards more playful and expressive styles”.Credit:@haileybieber/Instagram;@loewe/Instagram/Le Specs/@poppylissiman/Instagram.

Nostalgic forms: “This spring, fresh updates on nostalgic 90s and 2000s looks are on trend with exciting new glamorous and sporty styles.”

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Rimless: “Y2K rimless styles are proving to be one of the hottest looks this season and are Hailey Bieber’s favourite.”

Narrow rectangular silhouettes: “For both boys and girls, this style continues to perform well and has become a staple.”

The sports envelope: “High fashion updates on the sports wrap go big with a look that nods to the 90s.”

To the output : “After a few years of safer classic trends, we see the global market shifting towards playful and expressive sunglasses. There has been a significant transition where looks are more experimental, colors are more vibrant and shapes are bolder.

Michelle Bañares, creative producer

Michelle, left, loves cutouts, ballet flats and long skirts.

Michelle, left, loves cutouts, ballet flats and long skirts. Credit:Maison Margiela via Farfetch; @christopheresber/Instagram; Phlemons; @christopherjohnrogers/Instagram.

Cutouts: “Really cool and super playful tank tops, cutout tees with sheer fabric. I like the idea of ​​playing with the basics. Nice tank top pants with cool cutout. It’s a good way to experiment with something different – everyone has a base tank – but subtly.

Ballerinas: “We’ve seen the sneaker trend, recently with the Adidas Sambas, and I think that’s going to continue with dressier things. I like to pair mine with a pantsuit or even a dress.

Long skirts: “I love skirts of all kinds – denim, textured or asymmetrical. You can layer them, for example with a short skirt on top.

To the output : “There are so many trends going on right now. Even though I don’t see any trends going away, I think people will start mixing them up and it will turn into something new.

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