From fishnet everything to party dresses, bold suiting, and more for your hot-weather arsenal.
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Every decade had its reasons for needing some serious time on the dance floor
Photo: Ben Toms, photo by Julia Noni, Hailey Bieber.
Every decade had its reasons for needing some serious time on the dance floor—creating aesthetic distance from hippie culture ('70s), emerging from a major recession ('80s)—but it might be argued that spending more than a year at home might be the worthiest cause for celebration.
Go all in poolside and beyond.
Photo: Bibi Cornejo Borthwick, Jacquemus fall 2022.
When it comes to beach days, the look is decidedly minimal, elevated, and netted. In cover-ups, crop tops, and dresses, the look is fishnet inspired and not just a little sexy.
Invest in a well-made ribbed tank, get on board, and wear it with, well, everything.
Photo: Bryan Liston, Photo by Amy Troost..
Before you begin to argue that the white tank top is hardly a trend, and rather truly a closet staple, allow us to interject.
When Prada puts a triangle logo on a white tank, allowing it to take center stage, and Matthieu Blazy makes his Bottega Veneta debut with a white tank and jeans as the first look out, the white tank is officially having a moment.
Cutout culture has taken over. From swim to dresses to tops
Designers from Tom Ford to Christopher Esber to Valentino have a long running game of peekaboo going with their most loyal customers, and we're all in.
Giambattista dress shot by Pieter Hugo, Saint Laurent pre-fall 2022, Etro dress shot by Amy Troost, Dilara Findikoglu swimsuit shot by Ben Toms, Jacquemus fall 2022.
The world is ready for a bit of Technicolor
Though the universal appeal of a great white, black, or neutral suit has been well documented in recent seasons, there's no arguing that the world is ready for a bit of Technicolor.
Start with a suit that stands out in a sea of standard separates in shades ranging from orange to cobalt to lavender.
Chanel suit shot by Julia Noni, Sergio Hudson fall 2022, Valentino Couture spring 2022.
The shoe of summer is shaping up to be a slide that also provides a little lift.
Not quite a full platform, it offers some height and is far from dainty.
It radiates ease and unabashed cool. Pair it with everything from linen maxi dresses to slouchy trousers.
Chloé pre-fall 2022, Salvatore Ferragamo pre-fall 2022, Stella McCartney pre-fall 2022, Burberry pre-fall 2022.
The trick is opting for a skirt that's less tailored, more casual, and pairing it with a top that's either fitted, cropped, or, like Gwyn, just a bit undone.
Photo: GETTY IMAGES, PERRI TOMKIEWICZ.
The pencil skirt may have remained a workwear staple, but it hasn't seen this level of cool-girl appeal since Gwyneth Paltrow wore one with an open button-down in the '90s film Great Expectations. Anthony Vaccarello went all in with the pencil skirt for Saint Laurent pre-fall, as did man-of-the-moment Glenn Martens at Diesel.
Bella Hadid, Peter Do spring 2022, Diesel pre-fall 2022, Saint Laurent pre-fall 2022.
The accessories add all the flourish to summer 2022's story.
The Row pre-fall 2022, Dior pre-fall 2022, Tory Burch pre-fall 2022, Saint Laurent fall 2022.
The main takeaways? The classic clutch is back, ushered in, in part, by The Row and Saint Laurent.
The baseball hat remains the moment—just add a logo.
Take your beach bag big … and anywhere you want. And get ready for the bangle bracelet again.
We can almost already hear you coming.
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