The ultra miniskirt is back! Paris Fashion Week is filled with VERY bold hemlines
The ultra miniskirt is back! Paris Fashion Week is filled with VERY bold hems from Dior to Miu Miu as the Noughties’ low rise mini returns
- Incredibly short hems seemed to be the main trend at Paris Fashion Week
- Brands such as Dior and Miu Miu adopted the 2000s style at the event
- The Italian fashion label showcased extremely bold hems on the final day
If we can trust Paris Fashion Week, the ultra-miniskirt will quickly become a must-have item in our wardrobes.
Incredibly short hemlines seemed to be the number one trend at this world-famous event, with brands such as Dior and Miu Miu adopting the style of the 2000s.
Miuccia Prada’s first Miu Miu collection to be presented to a real audience since the pandemic almost made Christina Aguilera and Britney Spears’ famous micro-skirts look tame.
The Italian fashion label showcased extremely bold hems on the final day of Paris Fashion Week, with low-waisted skirts showcasing the models’ toned tummies and being so short they revealed the pockets that protruded under the fabric.
If Paris Fashion Week is anything to go by, the ultra miniskirt (pictured) will quickly become a statement piece in our wardrobes once again
Incredibly short hemlines appeared to be the number one trend at the world-famous event, with brands such as Dior and Miu Miu (pictured) adopting the 2000s style
Miuccia Prada’s first Miu Miu collection to be presented to a real audience since the pandemic nearly made Christina Aguilera (pictured left) and Britney Spears (pictured right) famous micro miniskirts tame
Paired with delicate shirts and knits, the low-cut styles weren’t the only offerings to accommodate the mini back.
Earlier in the week, Dior’s Maria Grazia Chiuri – who has created various versions of the fashion house’s popular mid-calf skirts since taking the lead in 2016 – revealed neat ’60s skirt suits.
The almost A-line minis were paired with orange and black square-shoulder jackets.
“I love miniskirts,” Chiuri said backstage at The Guardian. “It represents the revolution and the spirit of the youth. And I really like the ideas of the younger generation right now.
“When I worked with Mr. Valentino, he used to say that miniskirts were only for young women. But I don’t agree with him. Anyone can wear them, as long as it’s not cold.
The Italian fashion label showcased extremely bold hems on the last day of Paris Fashion Week, with the drop-waisted skirts showing off the models’ toned bellies and being so short that they revealed the pockets that protruded under the fabric (pictured )
Beyoncé in New York in 2015, wearing a burgundy miniskirt with a cream sweater
Celebrity stylist Rochelle White has suggested Spring / Summer 2022 is the time for the ultra miniskirt following its popularity on the catwalks this season.
She said: “Celebrities and models such as Bella Hadid and Dua Lipa were spotted wearing ultra miniskirts during New York Fashion Week and fashion houses such as Saint Laurent and Miu Miu featured them on their catwalks this year. year.
“With everyone coming out of lockdown and with many of us living in loungewear, there is now a need and a urge to show more skin.
“I think the fashion houses have picked up on post-containment fashion trends and love for the Noughties years.
“Spring / Summer 2022 will be the year showing a little extra skin is a popular choice and just what our wardrobes need.”