Photos: Adam Katz Sinding, Kim Shui (catwalkpictures) and Nick Leuze Fashion month for the SS22 season is over. During the fashion weeks, there were many trends to discover, not only on the catwalks, but also in terms of street style. From the streets of Berlin to the Big Apple, some trendy looks were served.
Here are the hottest street style trends of the fashion weeks and the matching SS22 looks from the catwalks at a glance. Flowery coats
Ladies in European fashion capitals like Paris and Milan seemed to agree and added a few floral touches despite the changeable weather. However, a floral coat is not just a floral coat. The choice is wide and ranges from colourful versions in lighter fabrics to plainer coats with dark leather and light colour accents. Matching accessories in the colour combinations of the coats such as necklaces, sunglasses or even masks complete the look. Street style in Paris and Milan | Photos: Nick Leuze This trend was also seen on the catwalks of the SS22 season. Valentino presented a dark, floor-length coat, Giambattista Valli a body-hugging single-breasted coat in shades of pink to red, and Isabel Marant a sporty version with hood. Valentino, Giambattista Valli and Isabel Marant (SS22) | Photos: Catwalkpictures Rock on: band t-shirts
T-shirts of favourite artists and bands will never be out of fashion as long as music and concerts exist – at least among their fans. At the fashion weeks, t-shirts in the style of the 90s and early 2000s were at the top of the charts. The pieces differed in colour depending on the artist, genre and personal taste. Outfits were created around the band t-shirts. Leather jackets, fringes as well as rhinestones and studs created a rock-inspired look. Street style in Berlin, Paris and Milan | Photos: Nick Leuze Among the brands, Dolce & Gabbana, Zadig & Voltaire and Raf Simons opted for this trend. The Italian designer duo dedicated a rhinestone-studded tank top to J.Lo aka Jennifer Lopez. Zadig & Voltaire themselves are going on a “Love now” world tour in 2022. And Raf Simons, known for his forays into subcultures, is putting the tour shirts on blazers and shorts. Zadig & Voltaire, Raf Simons and Dolce & Gabbana (SS22) | Photos: Catwalkpictures Leather jackets with fringes
There’s also a bit of rock’n ‘roll in fringed leather jackets. The modern versions don’t just rely on black; they also sport colour accents such as a strong green or beige. Finished with studs and matching leather trousers or as a leather coat, the looks revive dreams of the Wild West or Route 66. Casual sunglasses or a pair of leather gloves make the outfit a little more fiery. Street style in Stockholm and Paris | Photos: Adam Katz Sinding / Stockholm Fashion Week (left and centre), Nick Leuze (right) Balenciaga decided to position the fringes on the sleeves of a black leather jacket adorned with other detailing such as lacing and double zips. Chloé dangled single […]