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All the trends of Paris Fashion Week SS22

Directly from the collections of popular fashion brands and the new talents of Made in France

All the trends of Paris Fashion Week SS22 Directly from the collections of popular fashion brands and the new talents of Made in France
Valentino
Valentino
Miu Miu
Miu Miu
Miu Miu
Lanvin
Lanvin
Lacoste
Hermes
Givenchy
Givenchy
Giambattista Valli
Giambattista Valli
Giambattista Valli
Coperni
Coperni
Chanel
Chanel
Balmain
Miu Miu
Miu Miu
Loewe
Loewe
Lanvin
Balmain
Balmain
Valentino
Dior
Givenchy
Lanvin
Burberry
Stella McCartney
Coperni
Coperni
Stella McCartney
Stella McCartney
Lanvin
Schiaparelli
Chanel
Chanel
Schiaparelli
Balenciaga
Louis Vuitton
Balmain
Balenciaga
Stella McCartney
Marine Serre
Marine Serre
Giambattista Valli
Coperni
Coperni
Chanel
Chanel
Chanel
Chanel
Acne Studios
Acne Studios
Acne Studios
Acne Studios
Acne Studios
Balmain
Valentino
Stella McCartney
Stella McCartney
Stella McCartney
Saint Laurent
Saint Laurent
Rokh
Ottolinger
Ottolinger
Giambattista Valli
Dior
Burberry
Balmain
Valentino
Miu Miu
Miu Miu
Miu Miu
Loewe
Lacoste
Givenchy
Courreges
Coperni
Coperni
Coperni
Dior
Balmain
Balmain
Valentino
Schiaparelli
Miu Miu
Louis Vuitton
Louis Vuitton
Lanvin
Lanvin
Hermes
Hermes
Givenchy
Courreges
Dior
Chanel
Chanel
Chanel
Balmain
Balmain
Givenchy
Valentino
Saint Laurent
Rick Owens
Rick Owens
Louis Vuitton
Givenchy
Giambattista Valli
Giambattista Valli
Courreges
Coperni
Coperni
Balmain
Acne Studios
Acne Studios
Valentino
Stella McCartney
Stella McCartney
Schiaparelli
Saint Laurent
Saint Laurent
Ottolinger
Miu Miu
Lanvin
Lanvin
Givenchy
Giambattista Valli
Dior
Dior
Chanel
Burberry
Valentino
Valentino
Valentino
Ottolinger
Ottolinger
Dior
Dior
Dior
Dior
Saint Laurent
Saint Laurent
Saint Laurent
Saint Laurent
Saint Laurent
Saint Laurent
Saint Laurent
Saint Laurent
Rokh
Rokh
Rokh
Rokh
Rick Owens
Balenciaga

With Paris, the Fashion Month of this September 2021 ended, which saw - finally live for the most part - the Spring-Summer 2022 collections of the fashion houses. In Paris as in Milan, to give us a preview of what will be the trends of the next summer season are on the one hand historical brands like Chanel, Lanvin and Louis Vuitton, on the other also innovative upcoming brands like Ottolinger, Coperni and Rokh: more and more young talents conquer the catwalks of made in France (and made in Italy) fashion while the historic Maison look to the past and their archives to create contemporary collections in step with the frenetic rhythms of fashion and its trends.

If the trends of Milan Fashion Week inspired you, read on to discover all the trends of the Paris Fashion Week SS22.

 

Bandeau & micro top

Coperni
Coperni
Chanel
Chanel
Miu Miu
Miu Miu
Miu Miu
Valentino
Valentino
Balmain
Lacoste
Lanvin
Lanvin
Givenchy
Givenchy
Giambattista Valli
Giambattista Valli
Giambattista Valli
Hermes

Tops and bras become part of our daily wardrobe if worn under suit jackets or combined with voluminous skirts and low-waisted trousers, in an increasingly micro version and in the bandeau variant. From Miu Miu to Coperni, from Valentino to Balmain, we just have to find the variant that best suits our style.

 

Bling bling

Balmain
Balmain
Balmain
Dior
Loewe
Loewe
Louis Vuitton
Burberry
Givenchy
Valentino
Coperni
Coperni
Stella McCartney
Stella McCartney
Stella McCartney
Chanel
Chanel
Lanvin
Lanvin
Lanvin
Miu Miu
Miu Miu
Schiaparelli
Schiaparelli
Balenciaga
Balenciaga

If in the make-up and beauty looks this Fashion Month has celebrated the return to color, as far as fashion is concerned we have witnessed a recovery of sequins, glitter, metallic and shimmer fabrics, applications of beads, gold and silver, but with the right balance and without falling into excesses. Some examples? The silver catsuit by Burberry and the long dresses covered with sequins by Loewe and Valentino.

 

Crochet & knitwear

Acne Studios
Acne Studios
Acne Studios
Acne Studios
Acne Studios
Chanel
Chanel
Chanel
Chanel
Coperni
Coperni
Stella McCartney
Marine Serre
Marine Serre
Giambattista Valli

Knitwear, a fabric processing technique that combines tradition and modernity, is reconfirmed as a timeless and seasonless trend. Whether in the crochet version of an unprecedented Marine Serre, in the light and almost transparent variants of Acne Studios and Coperni, knitwear will continue to complete our looks also during next summer.

 

Cut-out details

Burberry
Ottolinger
Ottolinger
Balmain
Balmain
Stella McCartney
Stella McCartney
Stella McCartney
Saint Laurent
Saint Laurent
Giambattista Valli
Valentino
Dior
Rokh

Leather becomes the protagonist of the looks through fabric scraps and overlapping games, giving the garments an ethereal but at the same time bold effect. Cut-out is one of the hottest trends of the last year and there is a reason why several brands choose to make it a trademark and an integral part of entire collections. Among these is the Ottolinger brand which has made the cut-out and deconstruction the basis of its creations. Unexpectedly but not too much, even the most classics like Saint Laurent and Giambattisti Valli have successfully experimented with the cut-out in their latest collections.

 

Ultra-low waist

Miu Miu
Miu Miu
Miu Miu
Valentino
Givenchy
Dior
Balmain
Balmain
Coperni
Coperni
Coperni
Courreges
Lacoste
Loewe

The return of the low waist is now official, not only in denim. The SS22 by Miu Miu brings rebalanced proportions of the Y2K and school-girl aesthetic to the catwalk with nano short mini-skirts only 20 centimeters cut in raw. Dior and Valentino instead opt for strictly low waist boyfriend jeans, combined with voluminous shirts and oversized jackets to leave less exposed skin.

 

Leather & vinyl

Louis Vuitton
Louis Vuitton
Chanel
Chanel
Chanel
Hermes
Hermes
Courreges
Lanvin
Lanvin
Schiaparelli
Valentino
Givenchy
Dior
Balmain
Balmain
Miu Miu

A must of the winter season but not only, leather is the material that works in every season and applied to any garment: from the classic biker jackets to the leather pants, from the jacket-skirt suit in purple-dyed leather by Lanvin, up to the glamor of Chanel who chooses total black vinyl for its iconic coords.

 

See-through

Rick Owens
Rick Owens
Acne Studios
Acne Studios
Givenchy
Givenchy
Valentino
Saint Laurent
Coperni
Coperni
Giambattista Valli
Giambattista Valli
Louis Vuitton
Courreges
Balmain

Underwear (but also bare skin) returns to be the protagonist in SS22, thanks to light, almost impalpable dresses, which playing with layers and transparencies allow a glimpse of what is underneath. Which mood to choose? The total black of Coperni, Louis Vuitton and Saint Laurent; Rick Owens' colored and overlapping veils; or even the neutral and ethereal tones of Givenchy and Giambattista Valli.

 

Contemporary power suit

Valentino
Dior
Dior
Saint Laurent
Saint Laurent
Ottolinger
Lanvin
Lanvin
Burberry
Chanel
Givenchy
Stella McCartney
Stella McCartney
Miu Miu
Giambattista Valli
Schiaparelli

A timeless trend that returns without taking any break, directly from FW21-22. The power suit takes on a different connotation in the latest collections, while remaining a symbol of empowerment: the classic suit is revisited, deconstructed and rebuilt according to a contemporary vision by brands such as Schiaparelli, Ottolinger and Miu Miu.

 

XXL/colorful gloves

Saint Laurent
Saint Laurent
Saint Laurent
Saint Laurent
Saint Laurent
Saint Laurent
Saint Laurent
Saint Laurent
Rokh
Rokh
Rokh
Rokh
Rick Owens
Balenciaga

Gloves not only serve to protect our hands from cold and cracking during the winter, but become a style accent to be worn at any time. Better still if colored, in leather, like those of Saint Laurent, or very long and veiled like those of Rokh.

 

Gladiator sandals

Dior
Dior
Dior
Dior
Valentino
Valentino
Valentino
Ottolinger
Ottolinger

The famous gladiator sandals with very long laces that rise all over the calf, will unexpectedly return next season. From the colored version of Ottolinger to the more glamorous ones of Dior and Valentino, we are sure you will fall in love with it again.