All the Best Looks from New York Fashion Week

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After over a year on pause, New York Fashion Week has returned with glimmers of its former glory. Sure, vaccination cards are shown at the door and the main accessory is a face mask, but the runways are back and charging ahead with the latest styles of spring 2022. From Proenza Schouler’s poetic presentation with sweeping views of the Hudson River to Prabal Gurung’s evening soiree deconstructing the American Girl, we’re rounding up our favorite looks of the season ahead.

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Khaite

Like all things Khaite has done in its short tenure (the brand launched in 2017), its spring 2022 runway was a master class in wearable high luxury. From its oft-duplicated cashmere bra to footwear seen on the street style masses, designer Catherine Holstein has a knack for understanding the soft ease of American sportswear. This collection also pulled out decisive outerwear, shirtdresses swathed in pieces of jersey, and a floor-length hobo bag sure that’s sure to be the it-accessory of the season.—Justine Carreon

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LaQuan Smith

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LaQuan Smith

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LaQuan Smith

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Tom Ford

Closing out NYFW as he always does, Tom Ford made a triumphant return to the runway with acidic satins and a star-studded cast. Shiny cargo pants were contrasted with sports bras and legions of costume jewelry, gilded trucker jackets were placed over LBDs, and blazers were cut oversized and in magnetic hues. It was Tom Ford at his absolute best.—Justine Carreon

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Puppets & Puppets

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Puppets & Puppets

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Puppets & Puppets

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Altuzarra

In a sunlit Tribeca loft on the eleventh floor, a quiet storm of models presented Altuzarra’s spring 2022 collection. We see whispers of his now-signature tie-dye print and knit separates, offset with coin-embellished footwear that jangled down the runway. To note, crochet bodices were layered over suits and sundresses alike, giving us a taste of next year’s easy summer dressing.—Justine Carreon

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Brandon Maxwell

Brandon Maxwell went psychedelic this season—for him at least. Instead of direct references to the Summer of Love, Maxwell’s interpretation came in the form of metallic pleats and trippy spirals in clean silhouettes and breezy separates. With modern evening wear as his strength, we also saw the return of his satin suits and column gowns, which we expect will make an appearance on a celebrity (or two) very soon.—Justine Carreon

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Brandon Maxwell

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Brandon Maxwell

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Jonathan Simkhai

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Jonathan Simkhai

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Thom Browne

It is a known fact that Thom Browne lives for the drama. Case in point: opening the show were two horse-headed models riding penny-farthings along the runway, setting the stage for Browne’s dark fairytale. Models disrobed their flower-appliquéd capes to reveal tonal looks, with takes on the brand’s familiar suiting. Eventually, the mood changed from modern straight jackets to a decidedly sunnier disposition, culminating with bursts of lavender and fuchsia.—Justine Carreon

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Thom Browne

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Thom Browne

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Sandy Liang

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