July 2, 2021

Spring

Trends from Men’s Fashion Week Spring 2022: Revealing crops, strong shoulders and shocking blue

(Source, left: rickowens.eu; middle: fendi.com; right: louisvuitton.com)

For the first time since January 2020, the fashion world is truly looking toward — and gearing up for — a post-COVID world. 

At least that was the feeling at the recently wrapped Spring 2022 Men’s Fashion Week shows. The Fall 2021 collections that were shown in January and are currently hitting retailers were still influenced by the pandemic, albeit in a more subtle way, with neck coverings replacing face coverings and athleisure staples, like leggings, reimagined through a fashion-forward lens. The palpable influence at the Spring 2022 collections was celebratory in nature:

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London Fashion Week: Qasimi celebrates Emirati heritage in Spring 2022 collection

DUBAI: French fashion house Dior this week returned to live audience shows with an extravagant presentation of its partly-sports inspired 2022 Cruise collection in Athens’ Panathenaic stadium, the 4th-century site of the first modern Olympic Games, 70-years after an iconic Dior shoot at the Acropolis.

Dior’s Creative Director Maria Grazia Chiuri enlisted models, including Moroccan-British star Nora Attal, to showcase the sport-infused designs that made up the collection in the presence of celebrities that included film star Catherine Deneuve, model Cara Delevingne and “The Queen’s Gambit” actress Anya Taylor Joy, as well as Greek President Katerina Sakellaropoulou.

Nora Attal showed
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Jen Munoz’s fashion picks for spring

April Showers Bring May Flowers…

We could all use a reminder that even things that seem unpleasant like heavy rain in April, can bring enjoyable ones like an abundance of flowers in May. Jen Munoz joined AM Extra Wednesday to share some unique rainy day items, along with some festive floral ones to help brighten the next few months!

April Showers 

For the littles: 

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Spring fashion is a little bit of everything | Queenswide

The Covid-19 pandemic has influenced a lot in our daily lives over the past year: the way we interact with others, the way we work and even the way we dress.

Fashion trends have completed a full pendulum swing in the year we’ve been locked up and shuttered up. Muted colors and minimalistic patterns were trendy in the days before we were boarded up inside our homes, but now bright neons, flashy jewelry and commanding graphics are in style.

“Color and fashion have a lot to do with how we feel,” said Anna McFillin, a journalism and fashion studies student

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Spring fashion tips set to suit all

by Charlie Gstalder and Griffin Brammer, Opinions & Editorials Editor and Staff Writer

Welcome back to this semester’s iteration of fashion tips, brought to you by Griffin Brammer and Charlie Gstalder. As a brief note before we begin, we are proponents of the belief that fashion should not be gendered. 

Wear what you want as long as you wear it with confidence and “it” isn’t plaid shorts. 

Workwear

Photo courtesy of creativecommons.org

While the emergence of workwear within mainstream fashion circles has been largely derided by blue collar workers, workwear isn’t clocking out anytime soon. The combination of boxy cuts,

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The Best Spring Fashion Trends, According To The Pros

As we all break out of hibernation and start to think about fashion beyond WFH athleisure, we asked three fashion pros from LIKEtoKNOW.it (LTK) what they’re eyeing this season. LTK lets you shop looks and videos created by thousands of global influencers, stylists and tastemakers. Everything in LTK is 100% shoppable, so you can instantly purchase products across fashion, home, beauty and more.

From the top five trends for spring on their list to how to wear them on your next Zoom call or road trip, join them (and us) for a little spring shopping spree below!


Candiace

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9 best spring fashion pieces for a style overhaul

Everyone is antsy to put their best foot forward.

With news of COVID-19 vaccinations and warmer weather hitting at the same time, we’re all looking forward to getting out of the house this spring. But before we can do that, we’re dreaming about all the outfits in which we’ll hit the pavement — and online shopping.

As we put together our wardrobes for the upcoming months, Fashion and Lifestyle Expert Melissa Garcia shared nine of her must-have spring pieces with TODAY. From a neon green sports bra to an elegant denim jumpsuit, these affordable garments will help you transition with

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Fashion retailers bet bras with wires and a splash of color will sell this spring

LISBON/CHICAGO (Reuters) – After a year of nesting in pastel-colored loungewear, shoppers are opting for styles with floral prints, feel-good slogans and statement jewelry to jazz up working-from-home outfits as optimism makes a comeback in spring collections, designers and retailers told Reuters.

Shoppers pass a spring window display in the Manhattan borough of New York City, New York, U.S., March 30, 2021. REUTERS/Caitlin Ochs

While neutral, comfortable clothing remains more popular than in a normal spring, retailers from Neiman Marcus to Walmart and Macy’s Inc reported growing sales of bright, optimistic color, flowy fabrics or

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Fashion Week MN Announces Spring 2021 Lineup

Fashion Week MN kicks off this April with a vibrant new billing, AWAKE: FWMN Spring 2021. Formerly packed with upwards of 20 events and shows, this year’s FWMN has been condensed down to seven spectacles of style across different themes: Thrift/Vintage, Sustainability, Ethical, and Local. Created alongside a new Advisory Council, FWMN’s lineup will be a time to shine for local talent, including sustainable and BIPOC-owned brands and designers in a celebration of Minnesota’s diverse fashion community.

“This season represents so many opportunities for FWMN to not just return to ‘normal,’ but rather to grow and evolve to be the

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