Menswear SS22 Trends: Crop tops, short shorts and plenty of colour
'Tis a summer to be seen
Free the legs!
Akin to TikTok’s short-shorts trend, bottoms came above the knee and in all shapes and forms. Micro-skorts and rompers were made the order of the day, alongside gown-like tunics to help you stay breezy and stylish under the sun. For those wanting more modest, slouchier fits, opt for billowing Bermudas teamed with overshirts in matching shades.
Left to right (credit): Homme Plissé Issey Miyake, Louis Vuitton, Casablanca
The tracksuit has never looked so chic. Appearing in a mixture of new silhouettes, fresh cuts and added features, sportif styling was given an updated edge to have you looking fly and comfy at all times of the day. Even if the plans are just to head to the living room, these leisurely yet smart staples bring an active touch to everyday fashion.
From pops of acid to pastel pairings, colours were aplenty across runways to inject some feel-good fun for when we finally reemerge under the sun. Think loud, eye-catching tones in fluorescent neon, fantastical rainbow shades and prints appearing in wild variation.
Left to right (credit): Rick Owens, Lanvin, Giorgio Armani
Suits for every occasion
Gone are structured, corporate silhouettes. In its place? Easy-to-wear co-ords that are lightweight, comforting and laid back––traditional tailoring turned on its head. Fit for both weekend wear and WFH days, suits came as soft separates that can be worn together or broken up through mix-and-match with pieces from your existing wardrobe.
Bold, trippy graphics made for a sure statement across knits, blazers and tops. The yearning for festival days and nights out has never been stronger with rave references scattered across collections. What better way to express the sense of hedonism and euphoria we've been missing for the last two summers than to wear it? It's an instant pick-me-up, a visceral reminder of good times past and a hopeful beacon of the ones yet to come.
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