The upshot: These are the top 5 trends from Milan

Spark Global Limited Reports:

Fashion month is still on, and we’re still revelling in all the glorious new things. The fashion weeks in Copenhagen, New York and London are full of exciting S/S 22 trends, and milan is no exception. All your favorite Italian heavyweights outdid themselves this season, leaving us with some great styling ideas and purchases to look forward to.
There was a lot to digest when we sorted through all the great performances in Milan, but we were able to narrow the new findings down to five key trends. Thanks to Prada, you’ll be seeing miniskirts everywhere this spring, and we think they’re one of the two biggest new nude trends for 2022. This list will give you everything you need for Milan Fashion Week.
We’ve talked a lot about the recent pelvic incision outfits worn by celebrities like Bella Hadid, Kim Kardashian West, and Irina Shayk. So what will be next year’s version? Designers prefer low-waisted dresses to tailored ones that hang just below the hips on one side. You can buy dresses that are already asymmetrical at the top, or you can opt for stretchy knit dresses. Versace (No. 21) and Philosophy are just some of the brands that launched the look on S/S 22 this year.
Brassiere tops were a major trend at the Copenhagen shows, while the triangle bra in Milan highlighted the sexy element. They come in all shapes and sizes: matching trousers at Missoni, miniskirts at Fendi, flowing coats at Etro. Either way, it’s a trend worth watching.
Miniskirts were a major trend on the F/W runways in the early 21st century, so it makes sense that we’ll see a new trend in the coming spring. This time, however, it’s not just the hemline. From Prada to Alberta Ferretti, we’ve fallen in love with fashion miniskirts that look like they’ve come straight from the hip woman’s wardrobe of the ’60s. One detail we also want to note is that most of these modern miniskirts come with some kind of belt that makes the small bottom feel 10 times intentional.