Fashion Style

Pearls, mullets, checkboards and more

Researchers at Pinterest have identified a number of style trends from internal search query data, and now the image-focused social network has determined which burgeoning beauty and fashion movements are likely to become big deals this year.

According to the company’s “Pinterest Predicts 2022” report, trendy consumers across generations have been searching for vintage- and nature-inspired styles, alternative subcultures, comfort, patterns, textures and vibrant colors.

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Here’s a look at the style trends that saw growth on Pinterest in 2021 and will potentially make a splash in 2022.

In the beauty space, Pinterest’s trend prediction report identified a growing interest in bedazzled accessories, hairstyles and nail art.

Pinterest noted that Gen Z (born between 1997 and 2012) is driving the “Be Jeweled” trend, which is focused on accessorizing bodies with gemstones and creative embellishments.

The social network saw a rise in

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Pearls, fringe and lots of fun

New year, new look?

As we enter 2022, many popular fashion styles are coming along for the ride.

From pearl-embellished tops that can add the perfect pop to any ensemble, to modernized check print patterns, there are several standout trends to keep on your radar.

Style expert Melissa Garcia walked “GMA” through her fashion forecast for the new year.

Just ahead, scroll and shop the best trends for you in 2022.

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Perfect pearl embellishments

Pearls are popping up everywhere from accessories to clothing. Elevate your wardrobe with this ethereal add-on, and you are sure to turn a few heads.

Shrink the suit

Skirt suits are making a comeback in cropped lengths, vibrant colors and exciting textures

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Samantha-Deepika Padukone to Keerthy Suresh-Alia Bhatt; Actresses who turned heads

2021 will finally be over tonight! The year witnessed the best work put forth by the Indian Cinema. In fashion or content, actors managed to turn heads this time again. Well, celebrities have proved to be our favourite, especially when it comes to fashion. A lot of South actresses like Samantha, Rashmika Mandanna, Tamannaah Bhatia managed to grab attention with their fashion choices. As we end 2021, here’s a look at the top fashion face-offs of the year.

 

1. Samantha-Deepika Padukone:

 





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The fashion queens Deepika Padukone and Samantha have always managed to turn enough heads with their fashion choices. The stunners, who gave us major fashion face-offs in the past, pulled off an all-black similar co-ord set like a boss. While Sam picked a co-ord set by Love Late ’20s, Deepika opted for a cropped top with bell sleeves and a V-neckline, which made for a

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Black Artists Make Fashion a Profitable New Canvas. But Is Their Work Being Exploited?

There was a time when the old guards of the art world wanted no association with the fashion industry. The idea of artists collaborating with fashion designers was absolute blasphemy, as it was considered “selling out” by more provincial members of the art community.

Over time, fashion brand and contemporary artist collaborations would become a gold standard. Major artists from Ashley Longshore to Peter Doig would collaborate with some of the biggest brands in fashion from Gucci to Dior. Nowadays, if you’re considered a major contemporary artist or one on the rise, the better question now is who have you collaborated with? Fashion collaborations have been particularly helpful in the representation of Black artists.

While Black artists are still fighting for representation in gallery spaces, fashion collaborations have become a way for them to not only get the recognition they have deserved but also tap into a new audience

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