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FW22: Top Womenswear Trends from Each Fashion Week City

CEO Tinh Phung
The Fall/Winter 2022 Women's Fashion Weeks brought a breath of fresh air to the fashion industry. With the return of physical runway shows and the spectacle surrounding them, it almost felt as if the mid-pandemic...

The Fall/Winter 2022 Women's Fashion Weeks brought a breath of fresh air to the fashion industry. With the return of physical runway shows and the spectacle surrounding them, it almost felt as if the mid-pandemic seasons of virtual shows were nothing more than a distant memory. Paris, Milan, London, New York, and Copenhagen all showcased a multitude of messaging, styles, and trends, each city's unique identity shining through in the designers' collections.

Nensi Dojaka FW22 Caption: Nensi Dojaka FW22

Notable highlights from the fashion weeks included Miu Miu's showstopping mini skirt in Paris, Gucci's bold collaboration with sportswear brand Adidas in Milan, Alexander McQueen's return to New York after two decades, and Nensi Dojaka's recognizable lingerie-style looks in London. Copenhagen, known for its fresh and fun approach, saw Stine Goya's signature prints grace the runway once again.

To commemorate the Fall/Winter season of the major fashion capitals in the US and Europe, Heuritech's experts meticulously analyzed each city's collections to identify the standout trends of FW22. Utilizing a combination of qualitative and quantitative data, including AI-based analysis of social media, we present to you the top three trends from Paris, Milan, London, New York, and Copenhagen.

Paris: Classic and Playful for FW22

In perennial fashion capital Paris, this season showcased a noticeable emphasis on modernized classic pieces. Checked prints emerged as a prominent trend, appearing in 30% of images featuring printed garments. Although the colors remained relatively muted, brands like Miu Miu and Loewe managed to make a statement with this print. The strapless dress made a small but notable presence in collections from designers like Loewe and Givenchy, appearing in 7% of the analyzed runway images.

Top Paris Fashion Week FW22 trends according to Heuritech analysis Caption: According to Heuritech analysis

Milan: Warm but Sexy Trends

Milan showcased warm and enticing trends in its Fall/Winter collections. The shearling coat took the spotlight, appearing in 15% of images featuring coats from brands like Etro, Ferrari, and Diesel. The wide leg pant also made a strong presence, with 16% of runway images showcasing this trend. Designers like Brunello Cucinelli and Johan Ku embraced exaggerated width, using fluid, neutral-colored materials.

Top Milan Trends According to Heuritech Analysis Caption: According to Heuritech analysis

London: The City of Daring Classics

London's runways reflected seductive simplicity and daring classics. The standout trend was the mini skirt, accounting for more than half (54%) of all skirt images from the runway shows. Designers like 16Arlington and Supriya Lele explored unconventional colors and materials while keeping to a short and flirty skirt length. The trench coat dominated the outerwear category, representing 19% of all outerwear images from London's runways. And once again, the strapless dress made a comeback, comprising 4% of the dresses seen on London's catwalks. This trend had a party-girl twist with vibrant colors and shiny materials.

Top London Trends According to Heuritech Analysis Caption: According to Heuritech analysis

New York: The Return of Old and New Trends in FW22

New York celebrated the revival of both old and new trends in its Fall/Winter collections. The skinny silhouette made a comeback, with leggings present in 19% of all runway images. Brands like Laquan Smith showcased latex leggings, while PH5 experimented with whimsical knitwear bottoms. The sexy dressing trend, however, saw a decline, with crop tops accounting for only 7% of all runway looks.

Top New York Fashion Week FW22 trends according to Heuritech analysis Caption: According to Heuritech analysis

Copenhagen: The Fashion Week City of Fresh Fun

Last but certainly not least, Copenhagen's fashion week presented trends that exuded optimism and enjoyment. Floral prints took center stage, a trend that was unique to Copenhagen this season. Brands like Soulland and Stine Goya brought vibrant colors and fun to the table, with floral prints visible in 13% of all analyzed images featuring prints. The classic blouse represented a quarter of all runway images from Copenhagen, with bohemian tunic silhouettes and surprising V necklines. Tailored formal pants also made a strong showing at 22% of all runway images featuring pants, confirming the revival of tailoring in fashion.

Top Copenhagen Fashion Week FW22 trends according to Heuritech analysis Caption: According to Heuritech analysis

In conclusion, the Fall/Winter 2022 Women's Fashion Weeks provided a diverse and exciting range of trends from the fashion capitals of the world. From classic and playful designs in Paris to warm and sexy trends in Milan, daring classics in London, a mix of old and new in New York, and the fresh fun of Copenhagen, each city showcased its unique fashion identity. As we delve deeper into the FW22 season, these trends will undoubtedly make waves in the world of women's fashion.

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