Every NYFW F/W 2022 Trend You Need To Know About

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Each season, New York Fashion Week ushers in what trends you can expect. For Fall 2022, there’s so much to look forward to. The best part? You can start wearing some of them right now. Ahead, find the breakout trends for the coming season, straight off the runway.

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Designers are taking the one-shoulder trend to new lengths this season. Michael Kors, Tory Burch, Carolina Herrera, and more showed tops and dresses on their runways, declaring them pieces to put in your rotation ASAP.

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If one-sleeves don’t do it for you but you still want to show a little bit of skin, consider the off-the-shoulder trend, popular during the Victorian era and early-aughts alike. Designers like Khaite, Christian Siriano, and Markarian are bringing it back for Fall.

Courtesy of 3.1 Phillip Lim


Pink is the name of the game this season, in bright and deep raspberry tones that make a statement even during the drabbest of winter days. Take a cue from 3.1 Phillip Lim, Jason Wu Collection, Markarian, and more.

Courtesy of Sara Battaglia

Hooded Outerwear

Designers like Michael Kors and Sara Battaglia are incorporating hoods into their outerwear in the chicest way. They might even have you dreaming of a frigid snow day that requires headgear.

Courtesy of Staud

Knit Skirts & Dresses

For those transitional seasons when you aren’t quite ready for pants, but your summer skirt feels a little light, try the knit skirts and dresses that have been filling the runways from Gabriela Hearst, Altuzarra, Staud, and more.

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Designers like Carolina Herrera, Batsheva, and Jason Wu Collection added a little bit of feminine flair in a totally grown up way with oversized bow detailing on their garments for the coming season.

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Coming off of years’ worth of high-waisted silhouettes, designers like Altuzarra and Tibi are bringing back the easeful hip-slung option for Fall, from trousers to midi skirts and everything in between.

Courtesy of Batsheva

Futuristic Metallics

Fall collections have been rife with sequins, paillettes, and more, but the MVP of the trend for the coming season is the metallic pleathers, leathers, and hologram-printed fabrics from designers like Batsheva, Sara Battaglia, and Ulla Johnson.

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Always a winterized favorite, classic black velvet is back in fashion for when the temperatures begin to drop, especially in classic, ready-to-party dress silhouettes. Draw inspiration from Batsheva, Christian Siriano, and Staud when it comes to this luxe trend.

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