13 Highlights from SS22 Fashion Week Season

What a month!

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Things might have come to a halt for the past two years, but the thrill of Fashion week is back in full swing. And yes, Anna Wintour reaction memes came back along with it all.

From high profile celebrities and models to fashion interns running their million daily errands, the streets of the fashion capitals have been graced to say the least. One thing for sure though, luxury houses and designers have stepped up their game, giving us a season to remember. 

Here’s a recap of the moments we will hold as memories from this season.

Balenciaga Animated

A Simpsons episode, presented at the Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris, had Marge and Homer strutting down the Balenciaga catwalk. Unexpected, brilliant and very on-brand. 

Dua Lipa walking Versace

The British pop-star and Versace campaign star opened and closed the runway show in Milan. The pink sparkly dress and safety pinned ensemble were enough to make Stan twitter collapse. 

LOEWE gets Experimental

One of the boldest LOEWE collections to date. Very reminiscent of the Anti-fashion 90’s craze, the collection feels as nostalgic as fashion-forward. 

Maxmilian Davis Spikes it Up

The designer made his runway debut at London Fashion Week this season. One strong look after another, led to a final, spiky visual climax.

Cardi B stealing the show?

Could Cardi B be the new queen of Fashion Week? All eyes were on her, and one thing for sure, she was looking camp right in the eye.

10 years of Rousteing

Celebrating his 10 years at Balmain with an audience of 6000, Olivier Rousteing invited the supermodels on the runway, with Beyoncé making a special appearance.

The Fendace Show

Kim Jones and Donatella Versace birthed the Fendace collection, a Fendi and Versace crossover that celebrates the friendship between the designers, Italian excellence and Logo Mania.

Miu Miu x Meriem Bennani

Moroccan creative Meriem Bennani has set up one of the most exciting runway sets of this season. Miu Miu did their part too, the low rise revival was a moment.

Rejina Pyo’s Fashion Olympics

Inspired by John Cheever’s The Swimmer, Rejina Pyo had her models walk by the swimming pools, along with three professional swimmers diving right in. 

Chanel’s trip down memory lane

If to you the Ines De La Fressange era was peak Chanel, then you might agree with Virginie Viard on this one. Models twirled down the raised runway, surrounded by photographers and the cameras flashing, just like the good old times. 

Embroidered Crinolines and Leather at LV

Presented at the Louvre of Paris, in a breathtaking chandelier-lit room, Nicholas Gesquière’s collection for Louis Vuitton was a sparkling ray of joy, despite the dark gray weather of the city. The line between campy couture and casual cool was beautifully blurred.

An Homage to Alber Elbaz

45 houses and designers have participated in a heartfelt homage to the late Alber Elbaz. The ‘Love Brings Love show is a beautiful tribute, to an icon of a generation and an inspiration to many.

Isabel Marant, la Cool Girl

Nobody does Casual Chic like Isabel Marant. Vibrant and sexy, this season Marant adds some color to the mix, and it works like a charm.

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