Team SN's Favorites from NYFW Fall 2022

As we wrap up the last of New York Fashion Week, we’re mentally scrolling through the top runway moments living rent-free in our minds—trust us, there are a lot! In efforts to process the sartorial perfection of it all, we’ve rounded up some of our favorites from the Fall 2022 shows. Come autumn, we know exactly what we’ll be wearing. Scroll to see for yourself!

Proenza Schouler

For Fall 2022, Proenza Schouler used an industrial warehouse to show off their latest—a sweet collection of feminine wares that speak to sophistication, timeless class, and a refreshing runway interest in tailored formality. That same interest was seen throughout, and not just among the body-flattering silhouettes—a violinist was even setting the tone as models made their way down the runway. As for key textures, the label kept tight knits, billowing silks, sequins, and the occasional fur moment at the forefront of the inspo board. Though neutrals were flaunted in abundance, the designers made sure to infuse fun into the mix—namely, with pops of color. To further its formal-meets-fun dynamic, sequined turtleneck and form-fitted corsets were paired atop tailored suits. An ode to post-pandemic class!


Two words: razzle dazzle! PatBO wasted no time with dreary fall garb for its latest autumnal offering, and instead took a roaring twenties-reminiscent route. Models—and the accompanying fringe undulating from their wares—danced down the runway, showing off an offering chock-full of event-ready pieces. The designer’s trademarked silhouettes and vacation frame of mind shone through in each piece—the side cutouts and sensual tailoring were anything but lacking. But while the overall look proved similar, smaller details revealed a newfound luxe approach. Just think: crystal beading and lengthy fringe! The consistency of the sparkly black-and-white dress code was happily interrupted by hues of baby pink, rich plum, and showstopping gold. Hero looks included full-blown crystal bodysuits, gem-adorned denim jackets, and a bejeweled cutout-adorned maxi. Unsurprisingly, each look was a shiny nod to the impressive attention to detail. Talk about sumptuous, sparkly bliss!

Ulla Johnson

On the contrary to the glitz and glam on the aforementioned runways, Ulla Johnson kept things cool, calm, and collected for her Fall 2022 debut—and it was just as sensational. Stationed within the New York Public Library, the designer showed up with a taste of her usual: a chic collection of printed frocks, ruffle-adorned tropes, puffed sleeves, and a hippie-meets-high-fashion aesthetic. This time, though, there was a unique “baroque psychedelia” at play that gave way to bigger-and-better everything, as well as the label’s inaugural foray into denim. Prints and textures alike mixed and matched at shared seams, while Johnson’s trademarked earthy tone palette was spiced up with the likes of bee pollen yellow, metallic olive, and muted lilacs. Leather trousers paired with shearling overcoats, while suede jackets paired with crocheted patchwork knits. We know what you’re thinking—how did she pack so many pieces into one catwalk? Layering. Lots and lots of it, too. Don’t be surprised if you see us do the same.


If you’re wondering what we’ll be layering with, look no further than Tibi’s most recent runway. For Fall 2022, the label enlisted relaxed simplicity and laidback versatility as its bread and butter, proving once again that pandemic fashion is still relavant. The main color scheme throughout was just as nonchalant—a sharp red, lilac, and periwinkle were unapologetically thrown into the mix of neutrals. The same interruption was found in the silhouette range, where unstructured trousers, oversized sherpa jackets, and loose-fitting suede sets were provoked by tight, skin-baring bodysuits and a minimally rhinestoned blazer. Though overtly minimalistic in nature, the collection took advantage of small opportunities—in specific, exaggerated shoulder pads, asymmetrical necklines, and intermittent rhinestone detailing—to elevate the aesthetic. If there’s one thing our post-pandemic wardrobes refuse to skimp on, it’s a ready-for-whatever versatility, and Tibi has this down to a T.

Veronica Beard

Veronica Beard did what it does best: polished and easily pairable outerwear, denim, and separates for the woman on the move. Per usual, denim was sprinkled throughout—showcased in both fitted and flared styles, and elevated with seam splits and darker washes—but it was anything but overpowering. Instead, eyes were drawn to tailored sets, mismatched fabrics, and the perfected layering of the two. As for key fabrics and textures, the label evidently had impossible-to-navigate fall temperatures top of mind. Vegan leather, silk, tweed, houndstooth, and corduroy were high on the list. The lookbook also saw an interesting extension of its famed outerwear collection—a cropped puffer and pearl-adorned blazer showed face. Other collection favorites include an all-pink velvet suit, a sheer floral maxi, and a tie-waist denim shacket. If this isn’t the fall wardrobe of dreams, we don’t know what is! Whether you’re headed to the office, on morning drop-off duty, or grabbing a bite, Veronica Beard has surely got you covered.