Paris Takes it off! Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2022

Whether or not you’re ready to take it off by putting on the new “Naked Fashion,” here are some wild, wacky and wonderful options for you by the top designers of Paris Fashion Week.

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See-through bodice, Loewe, open top gown with feather trim, Rokh, bold color block coat, Dior, portrait collars and lace cavalier cuffs reminiscent of the Three Musketeers, Patou.

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Gold breast plate, Loewe.

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Party ready sequins, Loewe.

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Crescent cape and peek-a-boo knees, Loewe.

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Trapunto details on the waist and side panels create geometric trousers by Jonathan Anderson for Loewe.

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Puff bodice with tapered leg ensemble. Loewe.

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Swatches of delicate pastels drape to form an ethereal gown. Loewe. Watch the amazing runway show here.

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Bikini style top gown. Rokh.

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Corset and safari blend jumpsuit. Rokh.

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Lavender bow trimmed crop top and mini create a 60’s vibe. Rokh.

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Rokh corset bodice evening gown with drop straps.

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Dior. Bold magenta and wild cats.

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Lime green, one of the top colors seen on the Spring/Summer 2022 runways. Dior.

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Dior. Happy and brilliant swipes of colors.

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Another top trending color seen throughout many shows, neon orange. Dior.

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Sporty pink boxing ensemble by Dior. Maria Grazia Chiuri may have the answer to the “naked look.” Look closely to see the nude color top the model is wearing under her pink bra. For those who don’t actually want to be naked while sporting the “naked look.”

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The Dior runway show was a fabulous kaleidoscope of Pop Art fashioned in the form of a giant game board. The 1960’s and disco era elements were combined to craft the multicolored ensembles. Watch the exuberant runway video here.

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Groovy Christian Dior logo patent leather go-go boots. Yes, please.

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Dior runway make-up detail.

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Popular 1960’s make-up was bold eyeliner and soft lip color. Dior.

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Dior’s Pop Art chunky jewelry and tiny handbags.

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The Three Musketeers look, circa 1622, updated to form a lovely, feminine dress. Pointed portrait collar and lantern sleeves. Patou.

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Guillaume Henry reinvents historic apparel for the modern women. Patou.

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Magenta knit sweater and lavender balloon shorts, Patou.

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Charming Parisian scene fabric used to craft a lovely summer outfit. Patou.

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Olivier Rousteing has been the creative director of Balmain since 2011.

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Gold chain link top. Balmain.

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The bandeau top as outerwear. Asymmetrical strap trousers. Balmain.

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Polka dot ensemble, menswear. Balmain.

Hope you enjoyed the inspired looks we’ve seen so far during Paris Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2022. Check back soon for Part 2 with more incredible fashions from your favorite designers.

 

Diane Weisbeck

Diane Weisbeck is a native New Yorker. A luxury lifestyle content writer, Diane was a retail buyer for Lord & Taylor’s flagship store, a product design/developer for Saks Fifth Avenue’s corporate office and a Director of Retail for major museums and high end retailers. She assists global luxury brands with their marketing and brand strategies and is also a Fair Trade corporate art consultant.

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