In a world that continues to move towards a normality that we thought was lost, this spring and summer season has given us a large number of fashion shows. From the best and most recognized fashion houses that show that fashion continues to bet on the market and its clientele. And that´s why this continues to be a trend factory.
Vibrant colors, stripes, and flowers are some of the dominant trends of this season. In particular, although they are not a novelty, they are reinvented. And come with greater force in their passage through the catwalks and later in the stores.
Let´s then know what the latest fashion shows have left us in terms of what will be worn in 2022.
15 Catwalk Trends 2022
Pink will be a dominant color in all its ranges or shades.
From neon fuchsias to paler shades or pastels of this color will be seen on display.
If you like color and want to invest in a striking piece, this is the perfect opportunity to give your wardrobe a different twist.
Because pink is a color that will last a long time beyond this season. And surely the garment that you choose you will wear it not once but many more times.
A print we saw on the catwalk was vertical stripes. Breaking with the classic sailor print that we are used to at this time.
Several fashion houses, such as Carolina Herrera’s, were inclined to rescue this vertical direction to change the pattern.
Rocking it to the Beetlejuice style but much more sophisticated.
Balmain, Victoria Beckham, Armani, and Givenchy are other precursors of this trend.
A synonym for summer is transparencies. And this is why designers have brought them to mix with other trends in 2022.
We will see printed transparencies with flowers on dresses and skirts.
Still, the actual predominance will be in the plain colors that we are used to, both in neutral and striking tones.
And Givenchy’s bet is where the fabric takes on a watery appearance.
This garment is still dominant on the catwalks, but with variants introduced by the two fashion strips.
Thus, we have the version of Balenciaga that goes for the black color with long sleeves and a Perkins neck to wear with heels.
Balmain bets on catsuit models that join the cut-out trend, with asymmetric shoulder and navel height openings.
In contrast, Saint Laurent shows us an eighties version of this garment.
At Burberry, we will see a catsuit in silver sequins with the presence of transparencies and glitter.
Fringes can already be considered a classic of trends and fashion.
Over time, their validity remains their extended reach since we can see them triumphant in the fall.
Thanks to that volume and movement that fringes bring to a garment, they are perfect for summer.
And brands like Chloé bring them in a thicker and more multicolored form for these months.
Balmain and Dolce & Gabbana lean towards a much more fancy style with fringes in gold and silver. And of course, with flowers. The fringe is versatile and easily adaptable to many pieces.
Known by other names, such as the Perfecto, it is the typical leather jacket that is practically a staple in our closet. Only, this season, it will be oversize.
Prada and Dolce & Gabbana offer its black formats. We also have the version with shoulder pads and fringes by Philosophy di Lorenzo.
Or the puffed sleeves with which Simone Rocha gives it a romantic touch. All give you a range of options to wear on these spring days with the best style.
Dress + Pants
In the best street style way, wearing this combination allows us to use those dresses that we perhaps relegate to special occasions.
Or those very short models that are perfect with pants underneath (in addition to being more comfortable).
Hence, brands like Louis Vuitton offer a combination of slip dresses and jeans.
And Toga has an option of tulle dress combined with denim and Missoni with shirt dresses.
Large-Scale Animal Print
For this season, the animal print takes on another air, very different from what we were used to seeing.
Here the complete picture of the animal is shown, that is, full tiger heads. And no longer the typical striped skin, zebras, horses, and other related animals throughout the upper part.
You can even find sets that complement each other in their pieces, and when joined, they form the figure of the animal.
The Color Block
Another option presented to us is the use of color blocking. This is the one that we choose from a range of tones that our garment offers to give prominence to the complete look.
This spring, we have a color in particular to give visibility and relevance. It is orange as a starting point to include other colors in any of its variants. We can see it in Coach’s proposal, which combines soft tones with purple or purple.
At the same time, Versace leans towards a more vibrant tone to join it with a fuchsia. In contrast, Tom Ford’s proposal complements it with cold colors through sequins.
Another garment that comes in a large version is the blazer.
The point will be to wear models with wide patterns with marked and generous shoulder pads.
The Balenciaga brand bets on this look described to the letter.
While Versace, one more adjusted to the waist. And we can´t miss one of the most notorious catwalks of the season, Prada, which combines the blazer with a miniskirt.
This spring also presents an unusual combination in which everything is allowed.
When we say that everything is allowed, it is practically in a literal sense. Since we will see totally different and opposite patterns, being together and coexisting with each other.
This trend is known as totum revolutum. We find paintings with flowers and polka dots with geometric figures.
And other types of prints that can range from the most seventies to even the futuristic and dystopian.
Garments are made using crochet or macramé, in horizontal and vertical stripes, psychedelic geometric motifs, and graphics that evoke nature.
This is an aesthetic very defined by the hippie movement.
And combinations of colors and prints define this new age style that has also been a trend on the catwalks this season.
We know that it is not a surprise to find this color in the spring and upcoming summer trends. However, the brands are committed to total white looks and combinations of textures.
Although they give us a monochromatic look, it is also an opportunity to play with the aesthetics of textiles.
White is presented to us by Saint Laurent with a nod to the 80s.
While Peter Do is closer to the 90s thanks to the minimalist style of his coats. On the other hand, we have Carolina Herrera, who continues to give us the traditional femininity of her designs, such as puffed and rounded sleeves.
Lilac, dusty green, soft yellow, pink and light blue are the colors that have predominated on the catwalks of fashion houses such as Fendi,
Moschino, and Loewe, as far as pastel tones are concerned.
With this, we refer to those pieces made up of tulle and volume. They also have a romantic style without neglecting the possibility of being sensual models.
This is offered by the Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini brand, which chooses to add openings to this archetype.
Many garments have been imposed on the catwalks. And as we can see, they do not seem to have an expiration date.
But rather, many of these models are designed to last a long time among us and remain in our wardrobes for other seasons.