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In 2022, the bra is the new t-shirt

2022-12-06T05:21:26.469Z

From the catwalks to the streets, the bra takes over. It is displayed under a jacket, slips under a coat and becomes clothing in its own right. A vision freed from the codes favored by influencers and fashion girls.



It was a few weeks ago in Paris.

A crowd of young socialites joyfully celebrated the launch of Camille Charrière's capsule collection with the Mango brand at the Hôtel de la Monnaie.

Their common point?

These friends and relatives of the influencer almost all appeared in evening jackets simply worn with a visible bra or in transparent dresses revealing their underwear.

Showing parts of oneself is no longer synonymous with a relationship with the other.

We are in a relationship with ourselves, intimately linked to a more general quest for freedom.

Marie Dupin, fashion director at Nelly Rodi

The bra, a modestly hidden piece of lingerie, is transformed into a top to be displayed like a T-shirt.

An ultra-sexy and sensual fashion icon.

The trend is confirmed in the collections for fall-winter 2022-23 and next spring-summer.

The bra is king here.

If young designers like Nensi Dojaka or Nix Lecourt Mansion work full-fledged lingerie as a daytime wardrobe, many other houses are now also embracing this trend.

At Coach, the triangle is worn under a shearling jacket with corduroy trousers;

at Stella McCartney, the bra slips under a

working girl

costume  ;

at Miu Miu, the bra top worn with a long low-waisted skirt reveals abs in hardened steel.

In the evening version, it is displayed under a large immaculate coat, left wide open and worn with a long vaporous skirt at Saint Laurent, under an evening jacket worn with lace tights at Victoria Beckham or a bustier dress in transparent sequins at Bottega Veneta.

In all cases, one rule applies: display it and assume it.

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In the evening version, it appears under a large immaculate coat, left wide open and worn with a long vaporous skirt at Saint Laurent.

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Cabaret spirit

For Marie Dupin, fashion director at Nelly Rodi, this trend is a direct consequence of the post #MeToo era in which we live: “After the astonishment, and the claim, we are in a time of self-affirmation.

You regain control of your body.

Showing parts of oneself is no longer synonymous with a relationship with the other.

We are in a relationship with ourselves, intimately linked to a more general quest for freedom.

Alongside this fundamental need, Gen Z, at the heart of luxury thinking, feels (and expresses) a strong desire to enjoy the present moment.

“This generation of hyperconnected people wants to rediscover the optimism of before Covid, and to party, live strong and dance.

The celebration of the body goes with it”, emphasizes Marie Dupin.

Read alsoAbandoning the bra: is there a risk of back pain and sagging breasts?

Faced with this new hedonism, a certain cabaret spirit reappears, with a taste for spectacle and staging.

Less modest than the previous ones, the new generation is not afraid to appear naked.

She also endorses the trends of the early 2000s: “Gone are the days of leggings and sweatshirts!

Seduction as an art of living in the broad sense and recklessness are back, with in their wake the triumph of the very short, transparency and low waists.

Underwear took over.

Source: lefigaro

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