Signal 013, 2022-03-31
The 2022 Oscars were marked mainly by the slap instead of the fashion. Perhaps in the end it was more about our social values and how we wish to treat each other, rather than the movie industry and the fashion. In terms of fashion we didn’t see much new or interesting things, especially for the ladies.
The notable exception was feminisation for men, and colour for men.
The old guard still wore black or grey, the standard we’ve seen for years. The new recruits wore a wider array of colours, pink, red, light blue, and white.
We saw feminization in two notable examples: Timothée Chalamet wore a women’s collection Blazer from Louis Vuitton, with lace on the sleeves. Both Timothée Chalamet and Kodi Smit wore an abundance of jewelry, in line with their more feminine appearance. Billy Porter wore a dress/coat from dutch designer Ronald van der Kemp.
Women’s fashion was mostly casual, nothing innovative.
The trend of Holes signalled by us was visible, as was one outfit that underlined our forecast of Draping. This luckily signals some are starting to take a different approach.
The new recruits wore a wider array of colours, pink, red, light blue, and white.
01 Kodi Smit Mc Phee in Botega Veneta 02 Simu Liu in Versace 03 Sebastian Yatra inMoschino 04 Jay Ellis in Dolce & Gabbana
The "old guard "still wore black or grey, the standard we’ve seen for years.
01 Jacob Elordi in Burberry 02 Gucci 03 Givenchy
We saw feminization for men. Both Timothée Chalamet and Kodi Smit wore an abudance of jewelry. Billy Porterin a dress/coat from dutch designer Ronald van der Kemp.
The trend of Holes
01 Zendaya in Maison Valentino, 02 Emilia Jones in Dolce & Gabbana, 03 Janelle Monáe in Christian Siriano, 04 Kim Kardashian in Balenciaga
Mila Kunis in an outfit that underlined our forecast of Draping.