New York Fashion Week Review – 2022 Fall/Winter Fashion Trends

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On February 11, the 2022 autumn and winter fashion week officially opened, and New York is still the first stop of the four major fashion weeks.

Although Tom Ford, Marc Jacobs, Ralph Lauren and other established fashion brands announced the cancellation of the catwalk on the eve of the opening, they did not weaken the light of New York Fashion Week.

A wave of young names such as Altuzarra, Carolina Herrera, Sergio Hudson, Peter Do, etc. took this opportunity to gain more attention.

Altuzarra 2022FW
Altuzarra 2022FW
Carolina Herrera 2022FW
Carolina Herrera 2022FW
Sergio Hudson 2022FW
Sergio Hudson 2022FW

Every year, fashion week is a preview of the fashion trends of that year and the next, and this year is no different.

What fashion signals did the 6-day New York Fashion Week convey? Let’s take a look together~

1. Say goodbye to comfort, and fashion returns to individuality.

In the past two years, the epidemic has not only changed the way we live and work, but also changed the way consumers dress.

Since the epidemic, everyone seems to be accustomed to comfort, and fashion and luxury brands have also catered to this new demand with different collections.

But this season, it’s obvious that the wind has changed, and people are starting to pay attention to dressing up again.

Michael Kors 2022FW
Michael Kors 2022FW
Tory Burch 2022FW
Tory Burch 2022FW

Carolina Herrera’s modern cocktail dresses and sexy high-heeled shoes this season are the best reflection of this trend, and the brand is using practical actions to encourage everyone to fall in love with dressing again.

The comfortable sneakers can be put away first,  step on the high heels~

Carolina Herrera 2022FW
Carolina Herrera 2022FW
Carolina Herrera 2022FW
Carolina Herrera 2022FW
Carolina Herrera 2022FW
Carolina Herrera 2022FW

Fashion should be an expression of emotion, not just a necessities of life, and this season’s unrestrained Collina Strada offers emotional fashion.

Sharp cuts and high-profile bright colors are unforgettable, and unique personalized fashion is exactly what we want.

Collina Strada 2022FW
Collina Strada 2022FW
Collina Strada 2022FW
Collina Strada 2022FW
Collina Strada 2022FW
Collina Strada 2022FW

Although independent designer Peter Do’s style of this series has no flamboyant patterns, it is already different from the comfortable style of the past two years at a glance.

He limited the palette to four colors, black, white, camel and gray, and emphasized the expressiveness of fashion through tailoring.

Peter Do 2022FW
Peter Do 2022FW
Peter Do 2022FW
Peter Do 2022FW

The random tears on the jeans and the fashionable stitching of various colors on the ready-to-wear make the shape look much bolder.

This style is very suitable for commuters to refer to, low-key without losing style.

Peter Do 2022FW
Peter Do 2022FW
Peter Do 2022FW
Peter Do 2022FW

Many suits use spiral color blocks, which look different from front to back, exuding the momentum of a strong woman in every gesture.

Peter Do 2022FW
Peter Do 2022FW
Peter Do 2022FW
Peter Do 2022FW

2. Asexuality is about to become mainstream.

For centuries, fashion has been a primary tool for establishing and reinforcing gender binaries, but androgyny is becoming more mainstream as a new wave of trans and androgynous models reshape our notions of beauty.

As a designer, Gabriela Hearst rarely differentiates between her womenswear and menswear collections. On the runway, colors, materials and silhouettes were shared among them.

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Gabriela Hearst 2022FW
Gabriela Hearst  2022FW
Gabriela Hearst  2022FW
Gabriela Hearst 2022FW
Gabriela Hearst 2022FW
Gabriela Hearst  2022FW
Gabriela Hearst  2022FW

Coach upgraded and reprocessed leather pieces and wool coats, weakening the strict boundaries between men and women in style, and gradually disintegrating the era of menswear and womenswear.

Coach 2022FW
Coach 2022FW
Coach 2022FW
Coach 2022FW
Coach 2022FW
Coach 2022FW
Coach 2022FW
Coach 2022FW

3. Leather, flowers, sequins, the bolder the more popular.

Excellent quality and craftsmanship, and the right style are important, but if you want to make a dress stand out in a similar style, details are the key to winning.

Ulla Johnson combines ’70s looks with a boho vibe this season, with an eclectic mix of floral prints.

Ulla Johnson 2022FW
Ulla Johnson 2022FW
Ulla Johnson 2022FW
Ulla Johnson 2022FW
Ulla Johnson 2022FW
Ulla Johnson 2022FW

Michael Kors used a lot of sequins on sexy miniskirts, combining beautiful curves, clever skin revealing, and elegant tailoring, which made people shine.

Michael Kors 2022FW
Michael Kors 2022FW
Michael Kors 2022FW
Michael Kors 2022FW
Michael Kors 2022FW
Michael Kors 2022FW

Inspired by Marilyn Monroe, the lace-up outfit is paired with a clutch bag and a fur shawl, revealing a beautiful neck and shoulder line, bringing gorgeousness to the next level.

Michael Kors 2022FW
Michael Kors 2022FW
Michael Kors 2022FW
Michael Kors 2022FW

Coincidentally, LaQuan Smith also used a lot of sequins.

Against it, a fine mink coat and a miniskirt that just skimmed over the hips were all the more glamorous.

LaQuan Smith 2022FW
LaQuan Smith 2022FW
LaQuan Smith 2022FW
LaQuan Smith 2022FW
LaQuan Smith 2022FW
LaQuan Smith 2022FW

Uplifting golds, reds and blues meet sexy, bold bodysuits in a return to Studio 54’s wild style.

LaQuan Smith 2022FW
LaQuan Smith 2022FW
LaQuan Smith 2022FW
LaQuan Smith 2022FW
LaQuan Smith 2022FW
LaQuan Smith 2022FW

Gabriela Hearst uses peacock tail feathers and floral patterns as a tool to highlight the series’ identity.

Combine craftsmanship and crochet for a more sophisticated look.

Gabriela Hearst 2022FW
Gabriela Hearst 2022FW
Gabriela Hearst 2022FW
Gabriela Hearst 2022FW
Gabriela Hearst 2022FW
Gabriela Hearst 2022FW

The fashion trends conveyed by New York Fashion Week are not only suitable for fashionistas, but also suitable for reference to all urban beauties. If you have no idea about the wardrobe structure of 2022, you might as well make your choice based on these three clues.

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