Bold use of colour

Bold use of colour

Bold use of colour

Bold use of colour – The world, and thus the fashion industry, was still reeling from the effects of the coronavirus epidemic when a new war broke out. Miuccia Prada said after her Autumn/Winter 2022 fashion show “You want to live again, you want to be inspired. And to learn from people’s lives.” Sitting in the front rows of the fashion shows in New York, London, Milan and Paris, VIP guests watched the Russian invasion on their phones while reading reports of the desperate plight of the Ukrainian people. Several fashion brands collected donations.

Fall/Winter 2022 trends include body positivity and body-conscious clothes. Suits are made with luxurious velvets in bold colours. The trend will be knitwear, which is everywhere and can be paired with everything.

Beautifully made dresses that can be worn anywhere and anytime will be the biggest trend for the autumn/winter 2022 collections. Freedom comes with oversized blazers, latex boots and bold colours reminiscent of 1980s trends.

80s fashion trend is bright colours

Women’s shoes of the mid-1980s included strappy sandals, kitten heel sandals, pumps, ballet flats, boat shoes, flat boots with slouchy flats, Keds and white Sperry sneakers.

In the 1980s, rising pop star Madonna proved to be very influential in women’s fashion. She first appeared on the dance music scene with her ‘street urchin’ look, which consisted of leggings, necklaces, rubber bracelets, fishnet gloves, hair extensions, long layers of beading, bleached untidy hair with dark roots, headbands and short skirts worn over lace bands.

During her “Like a Virgin” phase, millions of young girls around the world imitated her fashion statement, which included beer Steins worn as outerwear, huge crucifix jewellery, lace gloves, tulle skirts.

 





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