Miu Miu’s Spring/Summer 2022 Ready-to-Wear Collection Is Sleek Uniformity
Khaki and navy blue, oh my!
Highly anticipated, Miu Miu’s Spring/Summer 2022 Ready-to-Wear collection put a little prep in our step. Creative Director Miuccia Prada brought a spin on uniformity to the Italian luxury brand, showcasing looks that encapsulated a prep-school uniform with a 2021 twist.
Khakis and navy blues, collared jackets, fishermen knits, loafers and blazers made their way down the runway in a conglomerate of modern silhouettes. Extremely low waisted mini-skirts and cropped below the chest zip-ups combined together with knee-high socks and belts to create a look that’s eternally eye-catching.
Walking around a swirled looping runway, the show was projected onto a screen live at the venue while it was happening. Various clips were played throughout, showing a “reaction” from a pre-recorded audience and life size stethoscope, all decked out in Miu Miu of course.
Straying away from the uniform notion, Miu Miu also displayed multiple silk garments throughout the collection. Adorned with draping florals, the silk pieces showed up in mediums such as two-piece sets, mini-dresses, midi-dresses and blazers. The floral silks came in colors that also strayed from the color palette of the collection which included baby blues, soft greens and champagne.
Oversized knitted sweaters paired with a calf-length knitted skirt stood out, slinking itself down the runway and draping off the model.
Layers on layers, collared shirts under sweaters under blazers paid homage to the uniformity idea, but cropped. Most were paired with a large trench coat or with a bra peeking out from underneath.
Buttery black leather also had a moment in the collection, in the form of a collared shirt and perfectly structured button-up jacket.
And what is Miu Miu without some sort of beading? Black beaded detail made its way down a simple sleeveless dress, paired with knee socks and elegant loafers.
Miu Miu’s latest collection is a favorite of ours to see this fashion-week, adhering to a theme and executing it in their own unique way, please excuse us if we’re wearing a cropped blazer and collared shirt to the office next spring.