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Flawless Fashion Fits for January 22’

Published on 13th January 2022

Take a look as we uncover the top trending fashion looks for this January. This A/W we saw the continuation of ready-to-wear catwalk styles available for the masses as well as a more diverse and functional expression fit for any gender, style and silhouette. Many designer’s latest runway collections set out to infuse our wardrobes with optimism, bold ensembles and a desire for Marie Kondo-ing each outfit with joy. So, what more can we expect?



From the runways of Ami, Dior and 3.1 Philip Lim we noted officewear perfection. The business-ready woman look has all the power suit vibes we live for with tailored, pleated, decadent skirts.



Alberta Ferretti, Givenchy and Valentine brought us exactly what we didn’t know we needed. Rhinestones, feathers, sequins and fierce night looks to pair with every dazzling evening adventure we have planned.



Back with a twist? The swinging sixties looks are back with a bang thanks to Fashion East, Versace and Courrèges! Including delicious monochrome and pure variations which are simultaneously effortlessly sexy and the epitome of classic taste.



Miu miu, Chloé and Fendi brought us our continuous obsession with knitwear, in a newer, sexier silhouette to reveal daring combinations whilst still remaining cosy and above all, comfortable!



Unleash boujee vibes all winter long with our long-time love, leather. Thanks to inspiration from Hermès, Schiaparelli and Simone Rocha we have more than a few looks we can’t wait to recreate with a punk rock edge.



Bring out a little pop of joyful colour in your wardrobe with the worlds latest trending colour tone of lilac. Not sure where to start? Look to Marine Serre, Jil Sander or Patou for inspiration.


The Front Row x