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Emily Mercer

Women's Fashion Market Editor

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Trends From New York Trade Shows Spring 2022

WWD highlights 10 standout spring 2022 trends from the New York trade shows.

Highlights From the Coterie and MAGIC Trade Shows

Feminine styles, vibrant colors, prints and unusual silhouettes stood out.

Kallmeyer Marks 10 Years

New York independent designer Daniella Kallmeyer is celebrating 10 years with her spring 2022 collection.

Foo and Foo RTW Spring 2022

Elizabeth Hilfiger's mash-up of new sustainable streetwear styles for Foo and Foo continued the brand's…

Simon Miller RTW Spring 2022

Chelsea Hansford's spring collection for Simon Miller exudes optimism through a tropical-inspired, colorful…

Ashlyn RTW Spring 2022

Ashlynn Park's spring collection solidified the designer as one-to-watch from New York Fashion Week.

Rebecca Taylor RTW Spring 2022

The collection's "trip around the sun," message emphasized the brand's strong evolution under the helm of…

Nili Lotan RTW Spring 2022

Spring was a reflection of designer Nili Lotan's desire to offer luxe styles with an ultra-chic, yet…

Beaufille RTW Spring 2022

The tight Beaufille spring collection included modern, thoughtful wardrobe staples with a sustainable…

Lela Rose RTW Spring 2022

In true Lela Rose fashion, spring was romantic, girly and optimistic.

Norma Kamali RTW Spring 2022

Norma Kamali's spring collection looked back into her own design history and brought forth modernly printed…

Lafayette 148 RTW Spring 2022

The Lafayette 148 collection served as a love letter to New York with a mix of artisanal craft, a luxe feel…

Oscar de la Renta RTW Spring 2022

"Happier than ever." It's how to best describe the Oscar de la Renta utterly optimistic, feminine spring…

Kim Shui RTW Spring 2022

Kim Shui amped up her latest collection with cheeky riffs on Americana references through her signature…

Sandy Liang RTW Spring 2022

Sandy Liang's spring collection included a mix of sport, uniform and femininity with an early Aughts…