No matter what new variants come into play, designers have HAD it with the stay-at-home aesthetic. Enter soiree styles that no one even cares if you wear outdoors—glitz, drama, ’70s-inspired over-the-top-ness. Self-shot content of your killer look is the new party, after all.
Fancy folks know the add-a-touch-of-sparkle trend is both (a) very posh ’22 and (b) always a good hack for elevating basic pieces and edgy items alike. Take inspo from this fishnet-esque dress and these gorgeous black beaded heels while you’re at it.
Your elementary school flex just got a high-fashion makeover and if you’re not excited about it, do you even have a soul? Fisherman sandals needed this win, to be honest. But now that their moment has arrived, there’s no denying how chic our taste was back then.
No, you cannot shake free of the absolute hold the early aughts have on all things right now. Loud color combos, skin-baring silhouettes, flashy metallics, cutesy details, and, like, a lot of miniskirts have solidified their grip on—or at least their right to (re)enter—your wardrobe. And really [looks at picture]…can you blame them?
Your eyes do not deceive you. One of history’s most iconic laid-back, casual trends is reclaiming its time. Your well-loved band tees, cozy flannels, and relaxed-fit items all thank you in advance for your adherence.
Minimalism? The fashion industry no longer knows her. When reached for comment, it said it hadn’t heard of Subtlety either. Expect large-format, statement-making shapes to take over you and your feeds in the coming months.
Have We Mentioned Skin?
The spring/summer runways basically told everyone that exposure is the name of the game, now more than ever. Get ready for a hell of a lot of cutouts and sheer moments, because they’ll be inescapable.
What did I tell you about this party theme? You’re going to see it everywhere, and yes, it’s going to include everything you’d normally want to shake your tail feather in. That’s right: It’s twirl time.
Stylist: Cassie Anderson. Hair: Lisa-Raquel Baines at See Management. Makeup: Tatyana Makarova at Statement Artists. Manicure: Nori at See Management. Fashion assistant: Ana Tess. Set design: Carrie Ashley Hill at See Management. Model: Jolie Chang/The Identity. Casting: Noir Casting. Production: Brenda Armendariz. Location: Pier 59.