Here Are 4 Menswear Trends From NYFW FW22

Featuring denim, leather and rich color pairings.

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New York Fashion Week presented several Fall/Winter 2022 collections that struck a balance between classic pieces and evolving silhouettes.

Dress notes featured their typical ruggedness but were heightened by unique design techniques and elevated styling methods. The menswear collections this year expanded Americana mainstays, like denim and leather, while also showcasing rich colors and innovative silhouettes.

Here are four of the biggest menswear trends to come out of this year’s NYFW:

Expanded Denim:

Denim is a core component of Americana styling. But as dress notes evolve and add new components, the fashion industry is constantly seeing new interpretations of the casual staple. Pierre Davis’ No Sesso elevates denim through oversized asymmetrical shapes and relaxed fits. Whether through jeans or a denim jacket with elongated sleeves and a corset-like closure, the brand’s interpretation is forward-thinking and genderless.

Ev Bravado and Tela D’Amore‘s street-savvy label WHO DECIDES WAR updated its signature destroyed denim with new methods of distressing, colorful patchwork and different washed hues. What also stood out from the label’s updated silhouette was the usage of mesh fabrics for expanded personality.

Telfar altered traditional jean cutouts by playing with shape and placement. Some denim garments included triangular-shaped cutouts on the upper thigh that wrapped around the leg, while others featured toned-down distressing.

Eckhaus Latta‘s stripped-down denim offerings kept the interwoven white cotton threads running down the entire leg on a pair of jeans.

Leather:

Whether it be cutouts, waist garters or pants, Dion Lee loves leather. The Australia-born designer added to his catalog this season by updating a classic black collared shirt with leather sleeves that cover the hands. The shirt is complete with a slight cutout at the shoulders.

From a full-leather moto pant in crimson red to an all-black leather shirt with an added vest, WHO DECIDES WAR also played with the fabric this season.

Toned-down leather vests appeared this season from Helmut Lang and Coach. The vests came in staple utility and moto styles for all-around versatility.

Colorful Outerwear:

Colorful Outerwear came to life this season in an array of natural-toned and electric palletes. Color-blocked designs in Earth tone shades of rust, orange, copper and dark green were seen on pieces from WHO DECIDES WAR, work/outerwear denizen TOMBOGO and Advisry.

Overcoat presented both classic and sculptural outerwear pieces washed in bold shades of neon yellow, lavender, peach and salmon.

Graffiti:

Graffiti print also made a resurgence this season with colorful spray paint-style designs from Advisry and Coach. The designs included graphic characters and a lime-green teddy bear sprawled across garments.

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