New York and Paris Fashion Week have come and gone, and to say we're inspired is an understatement! There's a slew of new trends to bookmark for the 2022 fall and winter seasons. But before we jump back into the layer game and cold weather color palettes, our eyes are set on the hottest hues for this spring and summer.
PHOTOS: Daniele Obberrauch (Go Runway)
PHOTO: Stefanie Keenan (Getty); House of Haute; Missoni
Alluring, seductive and flirty, this shade of red has been spotted in many designer collections for both spring/summer and fall/winter. Poinciana speaks to a desire for excitement even during the times of staying in.
PHOTO: Gérson Lopes; House of Haute; Revolve
Designers like Dolce & Gabbana and David Koma have dipped heavily into this spring favorite. Many would consider orange an underdog hue, but the color symbolizes much-needed new beginnings.
PHOTO: Demi (Legendary Shots); House of Haute; Tracee Ellis Ross
Following up with 2021's Illuminating yellow from Pantone, daffodil has stepped to the forefront of recent collections. The cheerful tone brings fresh inspiration for springwear and summertime vacation looks.
PHOTO: Tracee Ellis Ross; Who What Wear; Creative Theory Agency
Fashion designer and former creative director, Daniel Lee, cemented "Bottega Green" as an instant hit during his exit from the company. Since then, influencers, street style mavens, and fast fashion companies have made it their own.
PHOTO: Bravo (Watch What Happens Live!); House of Haute; Megan thee Stallion
Find yourself craving a wardrobe refresh? Fair, a minty green, is among popular pastel tones for spring. Similar to its sister shade, "sage," the color personifies regrowth.
PHOTO: Greg Swales; House of Haute; SHOWstudio
The more brilliant the better... or so it seems on the runway this year. Many fashion lovers are enamored by this electrically cool tone.
PHOTO: Pascal Le Segretain (Getty); House of Haute; Issa Rae
Valentino debuted a monochrome collection - Pink PP - centering a sultry hot pink, inviting the viewing audience to hone in on craft, detail and individuality.
Creative director, Pierpaolo Piccioli, on stripping the color palette down to a single hue:
"Pink [is] a manifestation of the unconscious and a liberation from the need for realism."
PHOTO: Backgrid USA; House of Haute; Emilio Madrid