Tie-dye

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After taking over hair color, the tie-dye trend is back, with its mind-blowing shapes and patterns set to adorn our clothes this summer. Welcome to psychedelia, where fashion gives free rein to our hearts’ desires (without the illegal substances, of course!).

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This season, tie-dye is making a big comeback. However, the days of overdosing on rainbow colors are gone. Instead, the trend for ‘tying and dyeing’ has brought a touch of beauty back into the mix: lighter pastel blends, with two to three colors max, are now the order of the day.

Prada illustrates this masterfully with its neo-bourgeois reinterpretation of tie-dye. The brand revisits New Age prints with sophisticated touches that look stunning on its midi pleated skirts or purses - a thousand miles away from the original spirit of the ‘psychedelic drug-fueled hippy’ trend.

« By applying this print to any piece (except sportswear/casualwear) and incorporating it into a ‘brainy girl’ look, Italian designer Miuccia Prada has taken tie-dye to new heights, and a million miles away from the Woodstock revival. »

 Lise Huret for tendances-de-mode.com

Meanwhile, at Stella McCartney, it’s denim that’s the subject of the tie-dye cult, like the acid-wash denim jumpsuit worn by Kaia Gerber, whose photo featured in all the fashion magazines. Also surfing on this esoteric and spiritual trend, Julien Dossena for Paco Rabanne delivers a stunning take on tie-dye with his amulets and obscure symbols.

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In everyday life, this trend is about creating just the right balance: more Wu than Woodstock, with tie-dye print on T-shirts or denim shirts, combined with classic, chic shoes. So put away your flip-flops and leave the Goan vibe behind, and slip on a pair of utterly beautiful Vanessa Wu sandals or cowboy boots instead.

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