It’s spandex season.
Just in time for the holidays, the stars are swapping their sparkling evening dresses for second-skin catsuits.
At Art Basel Miami Beach last week, Hailey Bieber looked like a walking bouquet in a colorful floral version of Saint Laurent’s look – a far cry from the baggy suits and streetwear she typically favors. Cardi B flaunted her famous curves in a quilted and sequined Chanel jumpsuit inspired by one of the fashion house’s famous tweed jackets, and Taylor Swift wore a lacy one to perform at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
London designer Richard Quinn is arguably at the head of the catsuit craze, which regularly includes gimp masks and unitards in his collections and is a favorite of avant-garde celebrities, including ‘Queen’s Gambit’ star Anya. Taylor-Joy. At the British Fashion Awards in November, Priyanka Chopra wore a flashy flowery Quinn jumpsuit, and Kylie Minogue, 53, proved that PYTs aren’t the only ones who can wear the look: she rocked one on stage flanked by clothes similar. relief dancers.
For fall 2021, Quinn even skipped her usual runway show in favor of a latex-laden film inspired by Michelle Pfeiffer’s 1992 version of Catwoman; with Zoë Kravitz set to play the sexy villain in “The Batman” next spring, the timing was perfect.
And no celebrity likes cosplaying Catwoman more than Kim Kardashian, who has sported a slew of unique Balenciaga pieces in recent months, including two in hot pink for her animating debut on “SNL.” Balenciaga a little out of your budget? Don’t worry, the shapewear mogul is selling similar velor onesies for $ 98 as part of his latest Skims collection.
But leave it to Rihanna to really raise the bar on how this all-in-one outfit can get racy; the on-trend version of her Savage X Fenty line is see-through, crotchless, and comes with a giant cutout that bares the tummy. The $ 90 coin is available in hunter green and red – what a party!
After all, who needs Christmas stockings when you have bodystockings?