These 8 Runway Moments Will Be the Definitive Style of 2022

These 8 Runway Moments Will Be the Definitive Style of 2022

13.01.2022 Off By manager_1

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Are you ready for the next wave of fashion momentous moments? A new set is what we are predicting will be in fashion in 2022. The S/S 22 runways show that there are many looks that fashion will be copying, recreating and iterating on quickly. These runway moments were a big hit in group chats and social media. Now that we have the season and year ahead of us, we can confidently say that these looks will be the fashion standard for 2022. These silhouettes are proving to be very viral and we are currently shopping for some and pining them to our mood board.

Which ones should you add to your wardrobe now? There are many trends to keep an eye on, including the return of moto jackets and the rise of print. Here are 8 hot spring runway moments for 2022 that you need to see before they explode IRL.

Get your scissors ready! The spring 2022 runways will see the return of the micro mini skirt. It was most prominently seen at Miu Miu, where it was paired with preppy staples such as loafers and cable knits with a decidedly risky twist. Abercrombie & Fitch is feeling the sultry-preppy vibes. You’re not the only one experiencing Fitch flashbacks. The teenier-than thou silhouettes may bring back strong emotions if you were in high school during the early aughts. We didn’t warn you.

The key pieces are: Micro mini skirts and cable-knit sweaters. And socks with loafers.

Get the look:

  • Amazon Essentials Fisherman Cable Long-Sleeve Crewneck Sweater ($30)
  • Miu Miu Exposed-Pocket Pleated Cotton Low-Rise Mini Skirt ($845)
  • Marl Socks from Who What Wear ($22)
  • Sam Edelman Caylia Loafer ( $150)

This year, laid-back luxe will be a key characteristic of fashion. The world is changing rapidly, and this is why quality over quantity is so popular right now. Altuzarra’s spring runway showcases easygoing basics like relaxed silhouettes and luxe knits.

The key pieces are: Luxe staples

Get the look:

  • Who What Wear Collection Evelyne Seamed Midi Dress ($155)
  • Dion Lee Buttoned Polo Style Cardigan ($360)
  • H&.M Wide-Cut Pants (40$)
  • Wandler Rosa Loafers with Shearling Lining $357

All you have to do is look at the videos online to get a sense of how powerful Prada has in fashion today. They’ve transformed the moto jacket into a coveted, if not outdated, wardrobe staple in just a few runway shows. The moto jackets were paired with simple mini skirts and cardigans as well as low heels, which are all items that most people already own. It’s simple, yet still exciting and fresh. This is the genius of simplicity. What’s the bottom line? It’s time for us to rethink our moto jackets.

Key pieces: Mini skirts, leather moto jackets and low heels

Get the look:

  • Zara Faux Leather Jacket ($70)
  • Topshop Long Sleeve Crop Cardigan ($25)
  • Topshop Mini Skirt ($5600)
  • Pointed Toe Slingback Pump by Prada ($995)

Customers flock to Bevza for their elevated minimalism. The spring 2022 collection certainly lived up to that reputation. We think one look stands out as the most influential on fashion this year. The look is strikingly simple and consists of a tube top with relaxed, low-slung trousers. There are so many ways to achieve this silhouette and so many pieces that you could use, it is a silhouette we believe we will see again as the weather warms up.

The key pieces are: Relaxed pants and tube tops

Get the look:

  • Susana Monaco Strapless Crop Top, Black ($58)
  • Who What Wear Collection Klein Drapey Pans ($155)
  • Cassandra Herringbone Bustier – Who What Wear Collection ( $115)
  • Pleated trousers in Endless Rose ($90)

Are you ready to party? Versace predicts that 2022 will see us embrace shorter hemlines, bare midriffs and more open-cut styles. In disco-ready metal mesh, expect to adopt an early aughts look in your outing attire. Remember Paris Hilton’s 2002 chainmail dress that she wore to her 21st Birthday? It will be on a lot fashion people’s mood boards in the new year, and I intend to dress accordingly.

The key pieces are: Metal mesh dresses, skirts and crop tops

Get the look:

  • Versace Metal Mesh Sleeveless Minidress ($5275)
  • Nue Charlotte Embellished Silk Crop-Top ($519)
  • Poster Girl Winona Skirt in Ultra Violet ($442)
  • Vero Moda Carmen Metallic Mesh Crop Top ($69)

The retro-futurist movement of the 1960s is dominated by optical illusion graphics. The aesthetics of this movement are starting to make a comeback in interior design and fashion. We believe we will see the overall aesthetic most clearly with these shape-shifting print designs. Paco Rabanne has given psychedelic prints a new update in 2021 with these trippy designs. They can only be described to be hypnotizing.

The key pieces: Opcal illusion prints

Get the look:

  • Mugler Icon Star Print Mesh Top ($420)
  • Afrm Shailene Long Sleeve Mesh Midi Dress ($88)
  • Zara Printed Knit Shirt ($36)
  • Fruity Booty Pink and. Red Zebra Print Swim Skirt ($115)

In 2022, expect a new fashion aesthetic. The trend of wearing technical hiking gear (or gorpcore), was seen in many collections, but Sandy Liang was the most notable. Here, fun-loving fleece was paired up with nylon track pants, and many looks were completed with outdoor-friendly footwear.

The essential pieces: Vests, fleece, weather-resistant fabrics and hiking-inspired footwear

Get the look:

  • Sandy Liang Neck Fleece Sweatshirt ( $325)
  • Good American Wide Leg Track Pants ($95)
  • Salomon XT-6 Ft Trail Running Shoe ($200)
  • Mango Technical Quilted Vest ( $60)

Corsets are here to stay! In addition to the lingerie-as-eveningwear look, we think we’ll start to see a lot more layering per this ACNE Studios look. These will have corsets and bras that are worn over thin knits, rather than underneath them. This will give new meaning to “out from beneath”.

The key pieces are: corsets, bra tops and thin layering toppings.

Get the look:

  • Tara Scoop-Neck Sweater by Who What Wear ($100)
  • Nodress Pink Satin Shell Corset $195
  • Dion Lee Hosiery Mesh Top Desert ($550)
  • Isa Boulder Bodycurl Knit Bra ($170)