Fashionista's Favorite Spring 2022 Collections From New York Fashion Week

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These are clothes that you'll be excited to wear — and want people to see.

Another New York Fashion Week has come and gone — though, this one was unlike the others, as many designers returned to IRL runways and presentations, while several opted to unveil their Spring 2022 collections digitally, amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. Still, those that did participate in the week's in-person events conveyed a sense of optimism with their visions: clothes meant to be seen (by people other than our roommates and pets), that bring joy to whoever wears them, that take up space and command attention, that you'll be excited to wear in the future.

From runway freshmen to reliably strong designers, we've rounded up highlights from Fashionista's favorite Spring 2022 collections from New York Fashion Week in the galleries below. Click through to discover them all.

3.1 Phillip Lim

<p>3.1 Phillip Lim Spring 2022. Photo: Imaxtree</p>

3.1 Phillip Lim Spring 2022. Photo: Imaxtree

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Brandon Maxwell

<p>Brandon Maxwell Spring 2022. Photo: Courtesy of Brandon Maxwell</p>

Brandon Maxwell Spring 2022. Photo: Courtesy of Brandon Maxwell

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Carolina Herrera

<p>Carolina Herrera Spring 2022. Photo: Imaxtree</p>

Carolina Herrera Spring 2022. Photo: Imaxtree

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Coach

<p>Coach Spring 2022. Photo: Courtesy of Coach</p>

Coach Spring 2022. Photo: Courtesy of Coach

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Collina Strada

<p>Collina Strada Spring 2022. Photo: Imaxtree</p>

Collina Strada Spring 2022. Photo: Imaxtree

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LaQuan Smith

<p>LaQuan Smith Spring 2022. Photo: Imaxtree</p>

LaQuan Smith Spring 2022. Photo: Imaxtree

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Markarian

<p>Markarian Spring 2022. Photo: Dan Lecca/Courtesy of Markarian</p>

Markarian Spring 2022. Photo: Dan Lecca/Courtesy of Markarian

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Maryam Nassir Zadeh

<p>Maryam Nassir Zadeh Spring 2022. Photo: Madison Voelkel/Courtesy of Maryam Nassir Zadeh</p>

Maryam Nassir Zadeh Spring 2022. Photo: Madison Voelkel/Courtesy of Maryam Nassir Zadeh

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Peter Do

<p>Peter Do Spring 2022. Photo: Imaxtree</p>

Peter Do Spring 2022. Photo: Imaxtree

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Prabal Gurung

<p>Prabal Gurung Spring 2022. Photo: Imaxtree</p>

Prabal Gurung Spring 2022. Photo: Imaxtree

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Tanya Taylor

<p>Tanya Taylor Spring 2022. Photo: Courtesy of Tanya Taylor</p>

Tanya Taylor Spring 2022. Photo: Courtesy of Tanya Taylor

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Theophilio

<p>Theophilio Spring 2022. Photo: Andrea Sabugo/Courtesy of Theophilio</p>

Theophilio Spring 2022. Photo: Andrea Sabugo/Courtesy of Theophilio

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Victor Glemaud

<p>Victor Glemaud Spring 2022. Photo: Imaxtree</p>

Victor Glemaud Spring 2022. Photo: Imaxtree

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