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The Monogram Trend Reigned Supreme this Year and It’s Not Going Anywhere

Logo yay or no way?

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Like it or not, logos were one of the most popular trends of the entire year. From RTW and shoes to bags and accessories, anything and everything monogram was a hit this year. And if the runways were any indication of what’s to come for 2022, monogram is here to stay. First, there was Gucci Aria, and then there was FENDACE and Chanel’s 90s-era runway show which was chock-full-o CCs. Louis Vuitton, arguably the king of logos, continues to showcase its monogram prints on the runway too. It seemed like every major fashion house had logo on the brain.

When it comes to monogram prints, they are one of the most controversial trends in the handbag world, in either direction—you either love them, or you hate them. The logo look has been resurgent for a bit now, and we’ve reached a point where even brands that aren’t necessarily known for their monogrammed bags are trying their hands at the popular trend (Max Mara, we’re looking at you). As 90s and early 2000s fashion continues to be a trend, it’s no surprise that Monograms reign supreme. Aside from the 2020s, it was during the Y2K era that logos were at their peak popularity. For 2022, these trends continue to be a focus, as those born during the Y2K era, rather than came of age during it, continue to obsess over all things vintage. If you’re looking to partake in the logo love, we’ve got a handful of picks for you below. You can also hold out for the FENDACE collection, which will hit stores in mid-2022.

Chanel Spring 2022
Louis Vuitton Spring 2022

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Louie
Louie
2 years ago

Not a logo person myself, but I understand the appeal.
I just wished there was more creativity in the form factor of the design, instead of brands making pretty much the same purses with their logos in different styles printed all over it.

Irene
Irene
2 years ago

Balenciaga/ Gucci combo looks wrong and confusing

psny15
psny15
2 years ago

I like goyard monogram and fendi is nice but Louis Vuitton is quite atrocious

Dave
Dave
2 years ago

Why do I miss the Amazon Loewe anagram??

Rosendo Garcia JR
Rosendo Garcia JR
2 years ago

i kinda want the fendi versace collab, like a bag just to have I think they are gonna be heard to style, but just to have from the collaboration.

Dave
Dave
2 years ago

Why do I miss the Amazona Loewe anagram??