Cruise 2022: The Best Looks From Dior, Louis Vuitton And More
From Versace's homage to the '90s to Dior's exploration of classic Greek mythology, these are the best looks from the Cruise 2022 runway shows
Maria Grazia Chiuri presents a triumphant collection of white and gold, inspired by feminine power and freedom. Staged in the Panathenaic stadium built entirely of marble, this Cruise 2022 collection is a symphony of classic silhouettes, from tunics and peplum to flowing dresses made from a romantic combination of fabrics, including soulfi silk by Myrto Papadopoulos.
Versace is at it again, tapping into the youthful vibrance of eras passed. From the baggy puffer jackets with fleece to the tiny miniskirts of '90s supermodels, these pieces are plastered with a brightly-coloured refresh of the house's iconic codes. Our favourite detail is the return of the cellphone keychain, one of the hottest trends from that era which we hope comes back in a big way soon.
Nicolas Ghesquière brings his trademark eclecticism for a futuristic and energetic collection staged at Axe Majeur, a monumental art installation in Cergy-Pontoise, France. Marching band-inspired jackets, oriental embroidery, puffy shoulders and an colourful remix of classic leather boots and accessories, the collection brims with joy and positivity.
MSGM's Resort 2022 collection is a technicolour party inspired by Nirvana's song Come As You Are and artists, Gabriel Orozco and Jim Dine. Colour block motifs, neon ruffles, watercolour prints and cut-out detailing on a jumble of fabrics, including lace, tulle, poplin and fleece, this collection continues MSGM's mission to celebrate youth culture, from contemporary art to popular music.
Max Mara paints its Resort 2022 collection in the bright, pink-and-scarlet hues of geraniums that populate Ischia island off the coast of Italy and inspired Truman Capote's book, Local Colour. The artfully clashing patterns are splashed onto relaxed silhouettes to create ensembles that make us long for travel and island-living.