Micheal Kors Fall 2022 Ready To Wear Collection

Micheal Kors Fall 2022 Collection

Recently, here at Covet Magazine, camel Nude/neutrals, mustard color tone, simplicity in styling, and designs have been in our discernment, and there comes the Fall’22 fashion week where Micheal Kors add a seal of approval to what we’ve been predicting.

Micheal Kors Fall 2022 is all things simple yet elegant, stylish, and classic from menswear to womenswear. The evening wears are also a screaming trend, from strategically placed cut-0uts to metallics that screams ‘Out all night’!

There were camel tone rollnecks/high necks paired with matching neural shade thigh suede boots and the camel coats? they’re the oversized collar over the shoulder kind of thing. There were onesies and structured camel coat style and for the men? it featured well-tailored trousers paired with a matching camel shade sweater, finished with a brown-black pair of shoes, oversized scarves, and a well-tailored camel coat all bearing the same camel neutral tone.

The runway was full of autumn-winter earthy tones like coral, hot pink, mustard yellow e.t.c in glamourous simple designs. There were furs made in coats, British check wool fabric made in skirts, coats, and suiting, there were leather made in coats/blazers and mini skirts, asymmetric dresses, sweater dresses, unitards, e.t.c.

What stole our attention again on Micheal Kors Fall’22 RTW runway is the gorgeous coral camel hair wool dress and matching coat with matching pair of shoes and bag, I’m telling you this is the new trend for 2022 a simple yet sophisticated monochromatic style that is predictively here to stay. These looks and designs can easily be incorporated into our everyday style either going to work, dinner dates, occasions, or just keeping it simple on the red carpet.

Micheal Kors said in an interview: “There’s not a single full-on evening look that’s not as easy as a T-shirt,”

My words are not enough to describe what the brand brought to the table, discover the full collection below to understand me more:


By Lola Joseph