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Tactility, space and sex.What will fashion be like in 2022?

2021 marked the beginning of space tourism. The prospect of space travel will inspire designers to adapt new technologies, making clothing wearable beyond Earth. It is not surprising that everyone was so carried away by Kanye West’s Yeezy shoes: they resemble either moon rovers or crocs for a comfortable life on a spaceship. Lyst also advises keeping an eye on sneaker designer Salehe Bemburi, who has worked with Nike and Versace (and we have done that before, by the way).

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Tactile materials

One and a half years of virtual shows have left their mark on fashion. Digitalization has revived interest in tactile fabrics.

Fur, feathers, shirling – we will see all this in 2022. Only on the condition that they can be touched in the store, and not ordered online in the middle of a lockdown.

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Minimalism

Someone says that everyone is tired of minimalism. Someone argues that minimalism is eternal. Experts are leaning towards the second option.

A new wave of interest in ascetic clothing is associated with the return of Phoebe Fileo. Former designer Celine is launching her own brand, which will debut a collection in 2022.

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Sports aesthetics

The Tokyo Olympics proved that people want to wear comfortable clothes for more than just training.

With the FIFA World Cup expected in 2022, Lyst is predicting an even bigger sports uniform craze. This time – football.

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Even more bizarre collaborations

We’ve already seen KFC Chicken Wing Scent Lip Gloss, Supreme Bricks, competitor’s Gucci x Balenciaga collaborative collection. Further more.

Streetwear brand Palace is preparing a collaboration with the Stella Artois beer brand, and designer Heron Preston is working on airbags with Mercedes. This – and much more – we will see in 2022.

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Jackets with … sweatshirts?

The pandemic has taught people to dress comfortably. And many are not going to give it up even after returning to the office. Who said the white top – black bottom rule only applies to shirts and pants?

Influencers and designers have already come to terms with the fact that the dress code for video calls (with a jacket and sweatshirts) is taking to the streets. And they confidently combine home clothes with work clothes.

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Designers of the future

Conner Ives

Upsykl is a brand whose clothes Rihanna loves.

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Cover

Steve Jobs’ daughter walks the catwalk of the Parisian brand, and the Coperni clothes are in the wardrobe of Maisie Williams and the Hadid sisters.

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Instagram: @coperni

Area

The New York brand makes dresses, tops and even chairs from crystals.

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Mach & Mach

The brand’s shoes, originally from Tbilisi, are an absolute bestseller in 2021. Now Mach & Mach makes clothes that are equally sparkling. Further more.

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Instagram: @machandmach

Peter Do

The young designer from New York remains faithful to minimalism, for which Anya Taylor-Joy, Bella Hadid and other celebrities of the new generation fell in love with him.

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Instagram: @the.peterdo

Stefan Cooke

Favorite rapper A $ AP Rocky hails from London.

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ERL

Another favorite of Asap, whose veil he wore on the red carpet at the Met Gala. (And then it turned out that this blanket was someone’s great-grandmother).

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Ludovic de Saint Sernin

The Parisian designer managed to conquer the hearts of Rihanna, Kim, Dua Lipa – and Tiktokers, to whom he dedicated one of the collections – with his vision of modern sexuality.

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Top fashion influencers of 2022

Singer Olivia Rodrigo, who came to meet Joe Biden in a 1996 Chanel vintage.

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Poetess Amanda Gorman, who spoke at the inauguration of the American president.

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Skater Niko Hiraga went to the movies, starring in the Netflix movie “Rebel.”

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Jersey designer Ella Ehmhoff is the stepdaughter of Kamala Harris, the first woman to serve as vice president of the United States.

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Actress Emma Corrin played Princess Diana in the TV series “The Crown” and managed to become an icon of British style.

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Tennis player Emma Radukanu came to the Met Gala at Chanel and became an Ambassador for Tiffany & Co.

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Kai-Isaiah Jamal Is a poet, activist and the first transgender man to showcase Louis Vuitton.

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