Trends for spring-summer 2022
The spring-summer 2022 trends make it clear that the year is not a clean slate in terms of styling. While some brands and designers have seen the pandemic as an opportunity for reinvention, others have opted to stick to the same old fashion wheel.
In a way, this is a season not for the timid. This is not only dictated by the colours that are trending this spring summer 2022, but also by the materials that the brands have used the most on the catwalk. Beyond linen or cotton, these holidays are a unique opportunity to shine with their own light, and never better said, because sequins are another of the protagonists of the moment.
It happens to all of us: we love to recycle basics. Investing in a garment in a flattering colour that remains in vogue season after season is a stylistic gesture that is repeated when it comes to the pink range. The great thing about the spring summer 2022 trends is that it continues to be worn in all its possibilities.
What would a summer season be without body-showing fabrics, whatever they may be? As with white or flowers, the association of transparencies with good weather and the exposure of the body is direct and well known, which is perhaps why designers have wanted to emphasise it.
This is a trend that can be considered a continuation, as its presence among the proposals for autumn-winter 2021/2022 is relevant. It is just that it may be next season when they will once again stand out and become, once again, a massive trend.
If one had to choose a garment that defines the summer of 2022, it would be the miniskirt in its purest version. That is to say, short, very short, in a plea for fun and hedonism that vindicates the pleasure of dressing and showing one's body as one wants and when one wants (something closely linked, moreover, to transparencies).
If in spring 2021 we wondered whether bright colour was the best stylistic remedy against the ravages of the pandemic, the spring trends underline the power of powerful saturations to make us feel good about ourselves. It's no longer just about strong colour palettes, it's about the way they are combined.