With Milan Fashion week just around the corner and London Fashion Week coming to end we can reflect upon the main Autumn/Winter 2022 trends that came out of this fashion filled week.
It is without a doubt that London Fashion week hit the UK by storm with fearless fashion for Autumn. Including various irresistible textures and audacious patterns. It is safe to say that the runways in London were miles away from being discreet in the slightest.
British designers managed to continue to bring an element of fun and fresh newness to the runway as always. Incorporating an array of remarkable fabrics, heroic cuts, and crafty embellishments
So, before we delve deep into the looks from Milan Fashion Week lets outline the key trends that are here to stay for the upcoming colder seasons.
Feathery looks and fuzzy trimmings were seen a lot throughout the week especially in Christopher Kane and Yuhan Wangs collections. These were just few out of many creators to add tactile touches to their cold weather collections.
Layers of lace
Lace seems to be the material of the season. Designers chose this delicate material to cover their collections.
The runway truly does leave little up to your imagination. This season British designers ruled the runway with glamorous translucent layers including designer Christopher Kane and Rejina Pyo. See-through sparkle was projected beautifully by Halpern and 16 Arlington. Designers such as Helen Anothony and Supriya Lele hoped onto the trend via revealing sheer dresses.
London kept the conventionally moody autumnal runway upbeat using vibrant patterns and art-inspired prints. Both Conner Ives and Ahluwalia displayed their love for graphic styles this season.
London Fashion was filled with luxury feeling Après Ski collections. Designers bought puffer jackets and snow boots to the runway with a luxury spin. This slope style is here to stay for the cold upcoming weather. Allowing us to rock the bitter months in style. Poster Girl in particular exhibited this trend beautifully including neon tones throughout their pieces.
Velvet took a return to the runway in London. Whether it be minimal velvet or crushed versions of the lavish material it saw a reappearance proving that the trend is almost definitely still relevant and a great one for the upcoming season. This trend will most likely continue beyond the December party season.
With these fabulous trends we have gained this week we can only patiently expect to see what unbelievable trends we gain out of Milan Fashion week.
Written and styles by Ella Gutfreund