As the seasons change, so do our wardrobes.

With the cooler weather now here, the FW22 trends have now started to hit the shelves.

From a new approach to tailoring to packing knits and leather for your winter escape, we’ve picked out the best trends that can be broken down into wearable pieces for the seasons to come.



From left: Hermès, Tom Ford, Dior

For FW22, we saw the iconic pieces in the perennial favourite runways from lapel detailing at Dior and Tom Ford to oversized hoods at Kenzo which incarnate a new take on the classic aviator jacket. Fendi explored printing the brand’s infamous monogram on fuzzy large outerwear and bags, while Etro went one step further, covering the Italian brand’s vibrant sneakers.



From left: Hermès, Etro, Prada

A core building block in your FW22 takes its form in every guise from fine-knit to chunky, oversized and home-spun. Turtlenecks as seen at Prada are a classic you’ll want to invest in, while AMI and Hermès opted for cable knit variations. A nostalgic handcrafted feel was seen at Dior, Etro and Bottega Veneta if you’re looking for an elevated take – make Brioni your go-to.



From left: Givenchy, Dior, Bottega Veneta

From polished leather trench coats and bomber jackets with edge to supple blazers in the softest leather, whether you opt for smart or casual this is the fabric that will last a lifetime once you invest. If you’re feeling bold – opt for alternative shades in deep burgundy and chestnut or make classic black and rich mahogany a safe bet for the long haul. For anyone into a futuristic feel, Prada added an oversized shoulder that felt every inch ’90s sci-fi.

The new tailoring

The New Tailoring

From left: Zegna, FEAR OF GOD, Bottega Veneta

Work-from-home goers may tell you differently, but the suit is not dead A new wave of tailoring emerged for FW22, emphasizing broad shoulders and a cinched waist. Sartorial double-breasted separates worn over oversized casual attire, seen at Tom Ford and Fear of God. Dunhill opted for a more precision-cut approach with oversized lapels.

The adventurer

The Adventurer
From left: Brunello Cucinelli, Hermès, Alanui

Technical fabrics and detailing gave a nod to the great outdoors and limitless adventure this season. Equip yourself with outsized quilted jackets, boots that reference a hikers dream and rock-climbing accessories as seen at D-Squared to leave you ready to conquer any mountain, metaphorical or literal. Alanui showcased ski boots and nomadic-inspired knitwear leaving you seriously slope-ready.


From left: Hermès, Brioni, Hermès

Bucket hats are not only for summer. Prada, Hermès, and Celine, to name a few all chose to champion this as one key accessory of the season.

Winter neutrals

Winter Neutrals
From left: Bottega Veneta, FEAR OF GOD, Dior

There is nothing chicer than head-to-toe white in winter. For FW22 the colour spectrum widened to embrace winter neutrals in the form of caramel, grey and cream. Causal sweats and hoodies layered under minimal over-coats in creamy shades seen at Fear of God while Arctic white jeans and cable knits were anchored with noir linings and leather gloves.

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