Milan Fashion Week FW22 Street Style Is All About Smart Suiting and Head-to-Toe Tonals

From casual elegance to sporty streetwear.

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Milan Fashion Week saw the city bring some of the best sartorial inspirations to the streets with vibrantly tailored suits and bold, textured patterns. Brands that showed their Fall/Winter 2022 collection proved that audacious textiles and oversized leather pieces will be a continued fashion theme this year. Quintessential Italian luxury houses like Prada, Versace and Fendi invited big name models including Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid, Gigi Hadid and Hunter Schafer to walk the runway and present this season’s collections. Gucci turned heads with an adidas collaboration and a surprise front-row appearance from A$AP Rocky and Rihanna, while Matthieu Blazy unveiled his inaugural Bottega Veneta collection.

Showgoers embraced the bustling streets of Italy’s fashion capital in well-paired ensembles. Traditional suiting arrangements were matched with attention-grabbing patterns and textures while bomber jackets made a return as an outerwear staple. A colorful array of puffer jackets for eye-catching highlights to any outfit, including a Supreme jacket in bright orange. Logomania-inspired sweater and accessory pieces from Gucci and Fendi showed the brands’ timeless aesthetic, as seen across contemporary, loose-fitting silhouettes including a blazer and equestrian-style vest. Prada’s bolo tie continues to be a go-to accessory along with vibrant jewelry pieces to give more neutral-toned outfits a splash of color.

Tonal casual wear was prominent throughout the street with the Canadian tuxedo making a modern comeback. Denim was often paired with leather, be it in trousers or overcoats as an alternative rendition to understated street elegance. While technical streetwear was less abundant this season, the theme of comfort prevailed when it came to individual styling.

Take a look above at some of the best street styles at Milan Fashion Week FW22.

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