2022 has only just begun, but the fashion vibe of the year is already taking shape. As they partied for the New Year, the stars wanted all eyes on them, a goal they achieved by wearing bright colors, sheer fabrics and hard-to-find pieces. Whether it’s Dua Lipa exuding tropical glamor at the Luisaviaroma gala for UNICEF in a see-through acid green Stella McCartney dress from the Spring 2022 collection or Cardi B sitting beside the court in the Chicago Bulls vs Atlanta Hawks game. in the future of Gucci. -out of the second collaboration with The North Face, the atmosphere was all extraversion and exuberance.
During her New Years Eve special with Pete Davidson, Miley Cyrus kept the energy high by changing outfits almost a dozen times. Although she pulled out a barbed wire dress barely there from Anna, a silver fringed Atelier Versace jumpsuit, and rainbow boleros from Dolce & Gabbana, Cyrus’ most rockstar piece came straight out. from Gucci’s Love Parade collection. The chiffon dress with its feathered detailing was pure glam rock, but Cyrus made it modern by knocking the house down with his performance.
The holiday spirit was everywhere. In Barbados, Rihanna rang in the year with her boyfriend ASAP Rocky, an island-friendly kaftan, and LBD from Ibiza-based swimwear brand Oséree. With its contemporary price and sheer material, Rihanna’s one-shoulder ‘ring dress’ was sexy and unexpected, especially when paired with a matching dress detailed with feathered plumage along each sleeve.
At the CMG gala in Taizhou, Chinese pop diva Li Yuchun aka Chris Lee wore a wardrobe as festive and luxurious as Cyrus’, though her performance seemed biased royal instead of rockstar. She shone in Gucci’s Aria collection during her musical number and morphed into a Donatella design for the program’s grand finale. Dressed in red, the color of vitality and happiness, Li wore an Atelier Versace ruffled cape. The voluminous proportions and special texture of the room made the little star appear to be covered in rose petals from head to toe. Not a bad way to start the year.