FALL COLLECTION 2022 - Preorders

Warm textures, sunshine colors, and lots of sexy, essential black clothing are the season’s major storylines, with a bit of kitsch and fun coming in via the continued Y2K revival—now for the boys!—and a renewed interest in deconstructed denim and strange layering.

If the past is anything to go on, these clothes will become the backbone of our springtime and summertime wardrobes, accented by the sure to be big, crazy, and eccentric ideas on the fall 2022 catwalks next month.

The Pre-Fall 2022 collections tell a refined tale of bringing sexy back, synthesizing the big ideas proposed for Spring 2022 into wearable and comfortable pieces in bold colors and practical silhouettes. 

Brands continue to reflect on functional daywear with toned-down tweeds, tamed animal prints and experimenting with plaid. The jeans are getting roomier while the skirts are getting even shorter. (Balmain, Burberry, Chanel, David Koma and Versace have abbreviated hemlines in every shade and shape.) Meanwhile, dressing like a teddy bear or a beloved doodle is the new sartorial security blanket. 

With rainbow patterns and palettes, designers make it clear that Pre-Fall 2022 is about new beginnings and a brighter future. Christopher Jonn Rogers and Oscar de la Renta lead the optimistic wave with cheery assortments that serve as a friendly reminder that there's always light at the end of a dark tunnel. 

9 Top Trends From the Pre-Fall 2022 Collections
  • Dress Like the Rainbow. 16 Images. ...
  • Go Mini. 14 Images. ...
  • Fiery Red. 19 Images. ...
  • Lessons in Layering. 11 Images. ...
  • Lounge-Worthy Denim. 15 Images. ...
  • Not Your Grandma's Tweed. 12 Images. ...
  • Plaid With an Attitude. 16 Images. ...
  • Show Your Spots. 26 Images.
Alex Vinash NY

Maxi Bow Denim Blouse

$119.00

FALL COLLECTION 2022 - Preorders

Warm textures, sunshine colors, and lots of sexy, essential black clothing are the season’s major storylines, with a bit of kitsch and fun coming in via the continued Y2K revival—now for the boys!—and a renewed interest in deconstructed denim and strange layering.

If the past is anything to go on, these clothes will become the backbone of our springtime and summertime wardrobes, accented by the sure to be big, crazy, and eccentric ideas on the fall 2022 catwalks next month.

The Pre-Fall 2022 collections tell a refined tale of bringing sexy back, synthesizing the big ideas proposed for Spring 2022 into wearable and comfortable pieces in bold colors and practical silhouettes. 

Brands continue to reflect on functional daywear with toned-down tweeds, tamed animal prints and experimenting with plaid. The jeans are getting roomier while the skirts are getting even shorter. (Balmain, Burberry, Chanel, David Koma and Versace have abbreviated hemlines in every shade and shape.) Meanwhile, dressing like a teddy bear or a beloved doodle is the new sartorial security blanket. 

With rainbow patterns and palettes, designers make it clear that Pre-Fall 2022 is about new beginnings and a brighter future. Christopher Jonn Rogers and Oscar de la Renta lead the optimistic wave with cheery assortments that serve as a friendly reminder that there's always light at the end of a dark tunnel. 

9 Top Trends From the Pre-Fall 2022 Collections
  • Dress Like the Rainbow. 16 Images. ...
  • Go Mini. 14 Images. ...
  • Fiery Red. 19 Images. ...
  • Lessons in Layering. 11 Images. ...
  • Lounge-Worthy Denim. 15 Images. ...
  • Not Your Grandma's Tweed. 12 Images. ...
  • Plaid With an Attitude. 16 Images. ...
  • Show Your Spots. 26 Images.
For Her

Studded Faux Skirt

$119.00