The second round of Fashion Week shows saw more experimental looks on the runway, and these are the five trends you should incorporate into your fall and winter looks

London Fashion Week shows always have a bit of an edge—it’s the combination of the eclectic history of the city that allows new generations of designers to bring new collections to life, always bringing a hint of the old forward with them.

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The autumn-winter 2022 shows saw revisions on Saville Row tailoring, Y2K trends made sophisticated and typical British quirks in voluminous patterns. We’ve identified five funky trends to wear when it starts to get chilly again:

1. Boots with the fur

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Photo 1 of 2 Yuhan Wang autumn-winter 2022 (Photo: Maja Smiejkowska/ Chris Yates Media)
Photo 2 of 2 Chet Lo autumn-winter 2022 (Photo: John Phillips/BFC/Getty Images for BFC)

Apple Bottom jeans and other low waist varieties have already made their comeback, and it was inevitable that boots with the fur would follow suit—also shoutout to Flo Rida for releasing the catchiest song of 2007.
 
Chet Lo took that brief quite literally, coming out with a completely furry snow boot, while Yuhan Wang went the Gucci route with a furry slipper. Both types of shoes will enhance any outfit if you’re heading out, but they’re also super appropriate to wear around the house if you’re stuck indoors for the time being.

2. Gloves

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Photo 1 of 2 Conner Ives autumn-winter 2022 (Photo: Jeff Spicer/BFC/Getty Images for BFC)
Photo 2 of 2 Erdem autumn-winter 2022 (Photo: John Phillips/BFC/Getty Images for BFC)

This accessory came in hot and fast back in 2021, and it’s here to stay for 2022. Not only are gloves practical for colder months, but they add edge or glamour—depending what style you opt for. Black leather and studs give a smart look a punk vibe, as seen at Erdem, whereas Conner Ives went for a casual athleisure style with contrasting sleeves that merged into gloves.

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3. Neutral sparkles

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Photo 1 of 2 16Arlington autumn-winter 2022 (Photo: Joe Maher/BFC/Getty Images for BFC)
Photo 2 of 2 Nensi Dojaka autumn-winter 2022 (Photo: David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images)

Embellished pieces can often feel overly festive or akin to a New Year’s Eve look but skip the traditional gold or silver tones and opt for nude instead.
 
Whether it’s a sheer cut-out sequinned gown, or a crystal teardrop minidress with feathers, both Nensi Dojaka and 16Arlington proved that beige dresses can look extremely chic with a dose of sparkle.

4. Fringe

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Photo 1 of 2 Halpern autumn-winter 2022 (Photo: John Phillips/BFC/Getty Images for BFC)
Photo 2 of 2 Roksanda autumn-winter 2022 (Photo: Estrop/Wireimage)

If you want to add some flair with texture, fringe is the way to go—it’ll give your look movement and depth without compromising your colour palette. For a dramatic look, do as Halpern does and do an entirely fringed outfit, but if you want to be more subtle, choose pieces with fewer yet still striking details like at Roksanda.

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5. Huge hats

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Photo 1 of 2 Richard Quinn autumn-winter 2022 (Photo: David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images)
Photo 2 of 2 Molly Goddard (Photo: Estrop/Wireimage)

What better way to make a statement than with an enormous hat? Go wide and incognito at Richard Quinn or add height and elevate a casual beanie at Molly Goddard. Bonus points if you match your hat to your look—maximise prints like the former and add a pop of colour with your accessories like the latter.

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