Fall’s Biggest Trends Have a Strong Back-to-School Energy

Class is in session.

Fashion week runways may have us thinking about what we’ll be wearing in six months, but it’s the street style happening right outside the shows that helps us understand the trends emerging in real time — i.e. the ones that will have an immediate impact on our wardrobes.

Maybe it’s because Spring 2022 was the first, big IRL New York Fashion Week since the pandemic began, but this season, the looks we spotted on show goers gave off a strong back-to-school energy, with the callbacks to uniforms, the strong penchant for loafers and very scholastic-feeling accessories.

As far as trends go, this one isn’t very trendy, in the sense that it’s not transient: The collegiate aesthetic has been around for a long time and primarily consists of true staples — pieces that will live in your wardrobe for a long time. Still, it comes and goes

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NYC’s Style Set Is Betting Big on These 11 Fall Fashion Trends

All around the world, people love, live, and breathe fashion; it has no boundaries. But there are specific cities that are known for being fashion hubs. It’s impossible to deny the influence of the street style scene in Paris, Hong Kong, and Copenhagen, but New York City’s fashion set has always been at the forefront of trends. Just look at the receipts: the championing of the Bushwick Birkin before it was a global phenomenon or the plethora of emerging fashion brands that call NYC home. Love it or hate it, if a trend can make it in this city, it can make it anywhere. So since we want to know which fall trends are worth adopting, we have to take it to the streets and pick the minds and mood boards of New York’s most fashionable residents. Ahead, 18 stylish women share which NYC fall fashion trends

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These Are The 10 Hottest Men’s Fashion Trends for Fall and Winter 2021

As the lazy, hazy days of summer begin to fade, it’s time to start thinking about fall and winter. More specifically, it’s time to start thinking about fall and winter fashion. After a season spent indoors during the pandemic, now is the time to really start dressing, allowing the colder temperatures to help you to break out your best sweaters, jackets, pants, and more. But it can be overwhelming to figure out just what to wear, especially having been inside for so long. But don’t worry, we’re here to help.

To help you figure out what to wear this fall and winter, we’ve rounded up ten of the hottest men’s fashion trends for you to know about heading into the last half of the year. Some of the trends on this list may surprise you, but they will for sure make you the coolest looking dude on

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What the Street Style at Copenhagen Fashion Week Tells Us About the Trends to Come

The must-have accessory of Copenhagen Fashion Week was no doubt the first issue of Vogue Scandinavia featuring Greta Thunberg on the cover. But a neon-green bag may be a close second. The city’s return to mostly IRL shows came with a joyful, unabashed embrace of street style, with mismatched and high-low looks replacing the meticulous ensembles of the Before Times. We saw everything from crisp suits to clashing neons, running shorts to body-con LBDs. Many guests seemed thrilled for a reason to wear heels again, but for every stiletto-wearing cyclist, there were twice as many guys and girls in squishy sandals and Crocs.

Beyond inspiring your own end-of-summer looks, Copenhagen’s street style paints a compelling picture of what we’ll see on the streets of New York (and later in Europe) when the shows resume on September 7th. Read on for a few of our predictions below.

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