More color to the people!

Kiko Kostadinov's Spring/Summer 2022 Womenswear campaign is fun and eclectic, and just what we need.

The collection has paired Y2K-inspired silhouettes such as cropped cardigans and miniskirts with '70s-inspired patterns and colors, creating the perfect blend of old and new.

The tie-dye-inspired prints are also reflected in the models' hair, which has been dyed in a striped pattern that is reminding me of the hair extensions we all wore back in the day. Fortunately, these look much cooler, and they might even inspire my own next haircut.

Designed by Laura and Deanna Fanning, the collection also features a handful of bags including the Twisted Shopper bag in a summer-appropriate yellow hue. The Trivia bag has also gotten seasonal upgrades, and the collection also features plenty of new statement eyewear.

Lastly, we've got the Coral Sandal, which is a hybrid between a sandal and a flip-flop, and features a ball detail between the toe. It may sound weird when being described, but trust me, they look pretty sick.

The campaign was shot and styled by Gadir Rajab, at Half Moon Bay, and captures the collection's underlying beachy feel.

You can shop the pieces online at the Kiko Kostadinov website.

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