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The Best Street Style Looks From New York Fashion Week Spring 2022

Plus, browse all of our images from the week in one place.

<p>Photo: Imaxtree</p>

New York Fashion Week has officially come to an end. While the Spring 2022 shows are just getting started in London, we’re taking the time to highlight our favorite street style looks from the past week. We edited down the bunch to 33 (!) of our favorite images, featuring showgoers who stood out to us on the sidewalks (and whose outfits we’re most likely to copy, tbh.)

See our winners in the gallery below, and keep reading for every single street style snap we published this week. And if you want more, we picked our favorite showgoer beauty moments from the week, too. Enjoy, and we’ll see you across the pond.

Our Top 33 Looks of the Week

<p>On the street at New York Fashion Week Spring 2022. </p><p>Photo: Imaxtree</p>

On the street at New York Fashion Week Spring 2022.

Photo: Imaxtree

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Men’s Makes a Showing at New York Fashion Week

Men’s wear generally takes a backseat to women’s during New York Fashion Week, and this year was no exception, with most of the big names merely sprinkling a couple of men’s looks into their shows. But there were a handful of men’s-specific showings, nearly all during New York Men’s Day, which returned with a flourish on Wednesday with 10 emerging designers presenting their collections at two separate showcases at Canoe Studios on Manhattan’s far west side. KoH T, Onyrmrk, Stan, Teddy Vonranson and William Frederick showed in the morning while A.Potts, Carter Young, Chelsea Grays, Fried Rice and The Stolen Garment displayed their wares in the afternoon. In nearly all the collections, colorful prints and patterns were juxtaposed with a subdued palette of neutrals in soft sportswear and slouchy tailored clothing. Here are a few of the standouts.

Click above to see more looks from Stan. - Credit: Courtesy of Stan

Click above to see more looks from Stan. – Credit: Courtesy of

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New York Fashion Week 2021 highlights in pictures

New York Fashion Week is back, with designers Christian Siriano, Brandon Maxwell and Gabriela Hearst among those showcasing their Spring-Summer 2022 collections.

Covid-19 restrictions forced recent editions online, but the majority of this season’s shows will take place in-person. Attendees will, however, be required to show proof of vaccination, according to organizers.

Although several labels have nonetheless stuck with virtual showcases, others are opting for the grandest of real-world locations: Ulla Johnson is taking over the Brooklyn Botanic Garden and LaQuan Smith is hosting his show at an American landmark, the Empire State Building.

Famous models are also making a welcome return to the catwalk, with Gigi Hadid walking for Proenza Schouler and plus-size models Precious Lee and Candice Huffine starring in Christian Siriano’s body-positive show. And New York Fashion Week naturally enjoys a slew of celebrity-studded front rows, with the likes of Katie Holmes, Alicia Silverstone and Lil

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This Is What New York Fashion Week Looked Like 20 Years Ago, Before 9/11 Changed the World

On September 10, 2001 Marc Jacobs presented a ’70s-inflected spring 2002 collection, which included nods to the color-blocked jerseys of Stephen Burrows and folky dresses. The show was followed by an epic after-party. “It was a crazy fashion scene because he had it on a pier and it rained and we were all standing in the mud,” recalled Jacobs’s fellow designer Kai Kühne, then of the label AsFour, in a recent oral history project. “It poured down and suddenly the clouds were swallowing the World Trade Center. We were like, “They are disappearing…” And then the next morning they were gone.”

Preserved in the Vogue Runway archive are many of New York’s spring 2002 collections, the last to be created before 9/11. They are testaments to a “before” time that now seems unclouded by fear. It’s still possible 20 years later to see hope and lightness in pieces

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