5 Recurring Trends From Fashion Month’s Brightest Street Style Stars

While we’re still in the early stages of fall, several street style trends have emerged and taken hold. We paid close attention to who wore what during fashion month, and there seems to be a clear consensus on five must-have essentials for this season.

Fashion show attendees couldn’t wait to pull out their cozy knits, especially long, ankle-grazing maxi dresses. From New York City to Paris, we saw it all: rainbow crochet frocks, minimalist-approved sheaths, as well as peek-a-boo and midriff-baring designs. In the same comfy vein, constricting skinny jeans were M.I.A.—oversized, baggy silhouettes reigned supreme. Those loose-fitting denim pieces paired well with everything, from turtlenecks to zip-up jackets to (another uber-popular trend) tuxedo vests.

Take a closer look at all of the coveted street style trends below. And don’t forget to shop out your favorites before it’s too late.

<cite class="credit">Photographed by Acielle / StyleDuMonde</cite>

Photographed by Acielle / StyleDuMonde

Power Pants

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Paris Fashion Week SS22 Women Street Style Looks

Paris Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2022 has wrapped up on a strong note. For the past week, France’s fashion capital has welcomed the new season amidst a year of uncertainty and the return of physical fashion shows during the COVID-19 era. The city rejoiced at the comeback of one of fashion’s most anticipated weeks, seeing creatives and fashion admirers alike show up and celebrate some of the most coveted designers in the industry.

This fashion week was one to remember with brands like Balenciaga taking runway presentation to new heights by creating an episode of The Simpsons to showcase its SS22 collection to Olivier Rousteing celebrating his tenth year as Balmain‘s creative director with a star-studded runway.

With an abundance of dazzling events, Paris Fashion Week show-goers dusted off a year of quarantine with their new seasonal bests, dressing in the best street-influenced leisurewear. This year, Paris ignited a masterclass

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The Best Street Style From Milan Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2022

Milan Fashion Week
MILAN, ITALY – SEPTEMBER 23: Xenia Adonts, Caroline Daur and Tamara Kalinic seen outside Etro during the Milan Fashion Week – Spring / Summer 2022 on September 23, 2021 in Milan, Italy. (Photo by Christian Vierig/Getty Images)

As the world opened up abroad this season, the buzzword “hot vaxxed summer” was on everyone’s lips. If fashion month this September has promised anything for the Spring/Summer 2022, it’s looking more like a “hot maxxed summer” come June next year. From New York to London and now in Milan, designers have promised (and delivered) on maximalist design cues. Think Collina Strada’s “chaotic good” energy from NYC and Rejina Pyo’s poolside pieces via the UK.

The industry’s gaggle of editors, influencer and stylists have responded and as fashion week travels to the Italian city of Milan, street style has taken cue. Outside some of the most anticipated runways including Kim Jones’ Fendi collection

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The Glory and Chaos of Street Style Returned to New York

Tina Leung swanned at the entrance to the Jason Wu show wearing the designer’s bronze-tone jumpsuit and a gem-encrusted Bulgari choker. Pandemic or no, she was looking forward to the fashion week show and, not incidentally, to plugging her personal brand, one she summed up in a meme-worthy phrase: “I style, I influence, I’m fabulous.”

She was one in a crowd scattered like confetti as people made their way to Mr. Wu’s spring 2022 show, held on Sept. 10. Dripping statement jewelry and plenty of attitude, most were poised to make a statement. They trotted out the fashion equivalent of their Sunday best, showing off violently colorful florals, flanged shoulders and fringe and, among the men, a striking profusion of pearls.

“I’ve definitely been determined to wear my clothes,” said Charlese Antoinette, the costume designer for “Judas and the Black Messiah.”

She snared attention in a bouffant Christopher John Rogers

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