From snoods to Satan: this week’s fashion trends | Fashion

Going up Mask trains As seen on the catwalk of Rick Owens. Makes PPE a

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Going up

Mask trains As seen on the catwalk of Rick Owens. Makes PPE a lot more exciting.

YKB This is what we’re calling Yves Klein Blue now, FYI.

Nik Kershaw 80s pop fans, rejoice: the snood is back on the catwalks of Marine Serre and Raf Simons.

Nik Kershaw
I won’t let the sun go down on me… Photograph: Rex/Shutterstock

Polo neck + blazer Line Of Duty has our dress code for an eventual return to the office sorted.

Repair What You Wear Free platform aiming to make mending easy and accessible. Tutorials range from upcycling shrunken jumpers to sewing on buttons.

Moira-core As in: Moira Rose from Schitt’s Creek. Her luxe monochrome influence is everywhere.

Going down

Sandals Simone Rocha says: get your platform heels on in the style of 70s tongue-baring rockers Kiss.

Pink and orange sandals against a white background
A flat no. Photograph: Alamy

Instagram Private Instagrams – “Finstas” – are all the rage for fit “this outfit looks great, yeah” pics.

The return of miniskirts Much touted as the next hemline trend. Already feel exposed and chilly.

Hot sauce According to Maya Rudolph’s Saturday Night Live parody, sometimes there’s too much, even for Beyoncé.

The devil Not today, Satan, it’s all about the Marie Antoinette wigs in the Lil Nas X video for Montero (Call Me By Your Name).

Mirror preening Less enticing now we know that horses do it, too.