Freedomroo – The ultra-miniskirt is back! Paris Fashion Week is filled with VERY daring hemlines

If Paris Fashion Week is anything to go by, the ultra-miniskirt (pictured) will fast become a statement garment in our wardrobes once again

The ultra-miniskirt is back! Paris Fashion Week is filled with VERY daring hemlines from Dior to Miu Miu as the Noughties’ low-rise mini returns

  • Shockingly short hemlines appeared to be the top trend at Paris Fashion Week
  • Brands including Dior and Miu Miu embraced the Noughties’ style at the event
  • The Italian fashion label showcased extremely daring hemlines on the final day 










If Paris Fashion Week is anything to go by, the ultra-miniskirt will fast become a statement garment in our wardrobes once again.

Shockingly short hemlines appeared to be the number one trend at the world-renowned event, with brands including Dior and Miu Miu embracing the Noughties’ style.

Miuccia Prada’s first Miu Miu collection to be presented to a real-life audience since the pandemic almost made Christina Aguilera and Britney Spears’ famous micro miniskirts look tame.

The Italian fashion label showcased extremely daring hemlines on the final day of Paris Fashion Week, with the low-rise skirts showing off the models’ toned midriffs and being so short they revealed the pockets poking out from underneath the fabric.

Model wears an outfit from Miu Miu

If Paris Fashion Week is anything to go by, the ultra-miniskirt (pictured) will fast become a statement garment in our wardrobes once again

Shockingly short hemlines appeared to be the number one trend at the world-renowned event, with brands including Dior and Miu Miu (pictured) embracing the Noughties' style

Shockingly short hemlines appeared to be the number one trend at the world-renowned event, with brands including Dior and Miu Miu (pictured) embracing the Noughties’ style

Miuccia Prada's first Miu Miu collection to be presented to a real-life audience since the pandemic almost made Christina Aguilera (pictured) and Britney Spears' famous micro miniskirts look tame

Britney Spears pictured in 2003

Miuccia Prada’s first Miu Miu collection to be presented to a real-life audience since the pandemic almost made Christina Aguilera (pictured left) and Britney Spears’ (pictured right) famous micro miniskirts look tame

Paired with dainty shirts and knitwear, the low-slung designs weren’t the only offerings welcoming the mini back.

Earlier in the week, Maria Grazia Chiuri of Dior – who has created various versions of the fashion house’s popular mid-calf skirts since taking the top role in 2016 – revealed neat dainty Sixties skirt suits.

The almost A-line minis were paired with square-shouldered jackets in orange and black.

‘I love a miniskirt,’ said Chiuri backstage to The Guardian. ‘It represents revolution and the spirit of youth. And I like very much the ideas of the younger generation, right now.

‘When I worked with Mr Valentino, he used to say that miniskirts were only for young women. But I don’t agree with him. Anyone can wear them – as long as it’s not cold.’ 

The Italian fashion label showcased extremely daring hemlines on the final day of Paris Fashion Week (pictured)

The low-rise skirts showed off the models' toned midriffs and were so short they revealed the pockets poking out from underneath the fabric

The Italian fashion label showcased extremely daring hemlines on the final day of Paris Fashion Week, with the low-rise skirts showing off the models’ toned midriffs and being so short they revealed the pockets poking out from underneath the fabric (pictured)

Beyoncé in New York City in 2015, wearing a burgundy miniskirt with a cream jumper

Beyoncé in New York City in 2015, wearing a burgundy miniskirt with a cream jumper

Celebrity stylist Rochelle White suggested Spring/Summer 2022 is going to be the time for the ultra miniskirt following its popularity on the catwalk this season. 

She said: ‘Celebrities and models such as Bella Hadid and Dua Lipa have been spotted in the ultra miniskirt in New York Fashion Week and fashion houses such as Saint Laurent and Miu Miu have showcased them on their runways this year. 

‘With everyone coming out of lockdown and with many of us living in loungewear, there is now a need and want to show more skin. 

‘I feel that fashion houses have picked up on the post-lockdown fashion trends and the love for the Noughties. 

‘Spring/Summer 2022 is going to be the year that showing some extra skin is going to be a popular choice and just what our wardrobes need.’

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