The most fabulous moments from the third week of fashion month.
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WWD highlights 10 standout spring 2022 trends from the New York trade shows.
All the moda off the runways...
London Fashion Week is back for physical events, showroom appointments, and the best of the city's street style. At the spring/summer 2022 shows, attendees were spotted in bold prints and colourful outfits to celebrate the return of the catwalks. From the best of LFW street style, we handpicked nine fashion trends that showgoers are loving.
The Burberry show will take place on Monday, Sept. 27, at 1 p.m. British time.
Artistic director tapped the work of disco-era fashion illustrator Antonio Lopez for a series of wild party looks and over-the-knee boots.
Honestly, though, with all the bright, fun colors and cool spring 2022 fashion trends shown recently at NYFW, can you blame me for wanting to speed past these next few dreary months so I can start wearing all the new spring 2022 nail trends? Nothing makes me happier than a pastel nail polish and a floral print, and thankfully, this spring is full of both. Unlike the dusty blue polishes of winter, this robin's-egg light blue nail polish is bright, bold, and looks like spring in a bottle.
The brand unveiled a cool, charming collection where the brand's signature minimalism was juxtaposed to super feminine, romantic touches.
While being in the search for a financial partner to grow his business, Marco Zanini presented a pretty collection updating its signature sober elegance with lively, feminine touches.
Dean and Dan Caten staged a cool and fun "grungy fairy tale" unveiled through a digital runway show.
Andrea Adamo knows that sexy is cool now and he presented a knitted collection for confident, seductive women.
The model wore one of the season's fastest growing footwear trends with a double-denim look.
A primer on the most popular styles from across the pond.
He was inspired by famed fashion illustrator Antonio Lopez, who was also a friend of his Fendi predecessor, Karl Lagerfeld.
Longing a return to traveling again, Andrea Pompilio got inspired by Tokyo's nighttime atmospheres.
Here were the usual loud and zany clothes for party people.
References to nature and a urban vibe collided in this fresh, playful collection, that conveyed happiness and positivity.
Including the ultimate LFW beauty staple: neon hair color.