A true celebration of joy and life through color. For the Pre-Fall 22 season, the designers have turned to rainbow hues. 

Transition seasons are often a mix of eclectic pieces, which can be jarring because they just don’t seem to fit together. We see flowing dresses in light silk next to wool coats and knitwear and mini skirts. Transition collections (Resort and Pre-Fall) are always a fusion of the best of two worlds.

For Pre-Fall 22, the designers have decided to capture all the magnificent shades of the rainbow in dream garments. It’s true kaleidoscopic cosmos that revamps our wardrobe with optimism.


Love and passion, danger and anger. Red is a color with lots duality and intensity. It brings to mind the power of fire, but it also reminds us of great love stories. It’s drama, it’s energy, it’s life. It’s a hue that cannot be ignored. It provokes emotion. Red is crowned as one of the most trendy colors for Pre-Fall 22. Dare to wear an outfit in this shade.

  • Carolina Herrera
  • What type of garments did we see?
  • Vestidos, sacos, faldas, chamarras, pantalones, jumpsuits, abrigos, bolsas y zapatos.
  • What designers did we see this hue from? 
  • Carolina Herrera, Christian Siriano, Del Core, Frederick Anderson, Lapointe, Salvatore Ferragamo.


Warm and welcoming, joyful and creative, vigorous and enthusiastic–orange is a hue full of energy. This is a color that invites adventure, action, and movement, commonly associated with the changing of seasons in the fall or sunsets in the summer, moments of transition that are perfect metaphors for the Pre-Fall 22 season. This hue is central to these transitional collections, in which the best of two worlds merge to give birth to something great.

  • What type of garments did we see?
  • Cardigans, skirts, dresses, sweatshirts, trench coats, blouses, pants, jackets, and shoes.
  • What designers did we see this hue from? 
  • Apiece Apart, Chloé, Christopher John Rogers, Derek Lam, Diesel, Erdem.


The color of happiness, yellow is full of positivity and hope. It is the tone of the sunrise and sunflowers, and it fills us with energy and warmth. This color illuminates and fills us with an aura of euphoria. It’s a color that gives us joy and energy. In its most vivid shades, it turns heads, and lighter, paler hues give us a positive sensation full of sincerity. The Pre-Fall 22 garments in this color are perfect way to start the year full of vitality and with a desire to live life.

  • What type of garments did we see?
  • Jackets, vests, pants, dresses, puffer jackets, shirts, blouses, bomber jackets and shoes.
  • What designers did we see this hue from? 
  • By Malene Birger, Gucci, Jil Sander, Lela Rose, Oscar de la Renta, Tory Burch.


This is a hue that we immediately relate to nature. This relationship between nature and green helps us see it as a color that represents optimism, abundance, and life. But green is extreme.  Just as it represents feelings of harmony, growth, and good luck, it has connotations such as envy and evil. It’s a mysterious color that captivates us all with its charm–a jewel tone that represents opulence and luxury. We’ll see a lot of Pre-Fall 22 garments in this hue, as it’s one of the designers’ favourites.

  • What type of garments did we see?
  • Dresses, coats, sweaters, pants, skirts, trench coats, and blouses.
  • What designers did we see this hue from? 
  • Badgley Mischka, Christian Dior, Deveaux, Dorothee Schumacher, Missoni, Proenza Schouler.


Vibrant and striking, but at the same time tranquil and peaceful. This is blue in its clearest and brightest shade, and it evokes stillness—the serenity of the crystal clear water of a lagoon. Primarily associated with health and healing, this is a magical color full of grace and charm. This tone relaxes and calms us, but also radiates positivity. For the Pre-Fall 22 season, this hue is brought to life in beautiful garments that convey vibrancy, youth, and energy.

  • What type of garments did we see?
  • Coats, jackets, dresses, shirts, pants, blouses, knitwear, bags, and shoes.
  • What designers did we see this hue from? 
  • Adeam, Cinq à Sept, Etro, Galvan, Jonathan Simkhai, Silvia Tcherassi.


Blue is sincere, calming, intense, and inspiring. This hue denotes power, confidence, and strength, and in its darkest shades, it’s intense like a stormy sea. In ancient times it represented royalty, a tone that was not available to everyone. Indigo blue has a quality that calms our mind, gives us a feeling of peace and calm. It’s a harmonious color but one that at the same time denotes great strength. We’ll be seeing it a lot in the Pre-Fall 22 collections.

  • What type of garments did we see?
  • Shorts, knitwear, blouses, dresses, jackets, jumpsuits, pants, bags, and shoes.
  • What designers did we see this hue from? 
  • Alessandra Rich, Balmain, Batsheva, Max Mara, Staud, Zero + Maria Cornejo.


This is a color that people either love or hate. Seemingly, there is no middle ground. Violet is a tone that generates calm, balance, and equilibrium. It stimulates our mind, increases creativity, and promotes intuition. This shade is linked to royalty, mysticism, and mystery. Softer tones are associated with romance and positivity, while darker shades are associated with energy and courage. This divine hue is everywhere in the designers’ Pre-Fall 22 collections, begging us to bring out our creative side. 

  • What type of garments did we see?
  • Knitwear, skirts, blouses, dresses and pants.
  • What designers did we see this hue from? 
  • Chanel, Et Ochs, Ganni, Just Cavalli, Moschino, The Row.



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