Inside the Hottest Fall-Winter 2022 Fashion Collections From New York to Milan
From New York to Milan, the fall-winter 2022 fashion collections display no shortage of cutting-edge couture—and creativity.
High up at Hudson Commons for New York Fashion Week, the ready-to-wear collection’s swirl-patterned geometric jersey dresses were backdropped by the iconic sign of the New Yorker Hotel, its restoration Burch has helped fund.
For his sixth edition of the much-anticipated, annual Moncler Genius campaign, fashion designer Craig Green crafted highly functional outdoor gear recalling insectlike exoskeletons.
Co-creative directors Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons teamed up with longtime collaborator AMO (OMA’s research and design branch) for a sci-fi set at Milan’s Fondazione Prada, where models emerged from a neon-lit portal to walk a spectral zigzag runway.
For Milan Fashion Week, Giorgio Armani and Emporio Armani mixed military elements with a Memphis-inspired checkerboard runway.
The final collection before his pre-mature death, artistic director Virgil Abloh choreographed the Paris Fashion Week presentation down to its very last detail amid a surreal “dream-house” set.
As a child refugee from war-torn Georgia, creative director Demna spent time living in Ukraine, so his Parc des Expositions Paris le Bourget presentation was a love letter to the country, including reading a poem in Ukrainian and placing shirts in its flag’s colors on every seat before models marched through a life-size snow globe.
Creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri showed her latest collection in the classical Place de la Concorde in Paris, under the gaze of an installation by Mariella Bettineschi featuring archival portraits of women with double-sets of eyes, a feminist commentary.
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