Desigual New Collection - Autumn-Winter Clothes
Desigual's AW22 New Collection is straightforward, letting the looks speak for themselves: the layering and the bold combinations express Desigual's signature energy, personality and positive attitude. A collection created for women who share the desire to express their authentic selves through the clothes and accessories they wear.
Desigual reaffirms this distinctive, authentic personality with new prints, plays on volumes and the brand's now characteristic singular treatment of colour.
Powerful shapes in oversize coats and puffer jackets, the boldness of trousers with lettering, women's plaid shirts with a 90s vibe, worn knotted over textured T-shirts. Women's sweatshirts embrace new styles, taking casualwear to a whole new dimension.
Desigual reinterprets craftcore this autumn, incorporating crochet textures with a handmade feel in women's coats. The dresses, in prints with ribbed or sustainable fabrics, come in new romantic and feminine styles that feature cut-outs despite the colder temps, while the shirt cuts are revamped with different fabrics and details and plaids take centre stage in comfy new-grunge style.
There's also room for knitwear in Desigual's new autumn-winter womenswear collection, the brand opting for plush multicoloured pullovers with fur texture and pieces in original jacquards.
Denim, one of Desigual's hallmarks, features heavily in the autumn clothes line-up, popping up in shirts, jeans, skirts and jackets crafted with panels, patchwork and embroidered details or patches.
Multi-position bags, which can be transformed into backpacks, are featured alongside new proposals in the most popular styles: tote bags, crossbody bags, mini-bags and maxi bags. And not to be forgotten is the new collection of shoes, boots, ankle boots and sneakers, created to round off the season's looks.
Desigual kicks off the season with a new collection with a revamped look, captured by the lens of photographer Mario Sorrenti, shot in New York with model Grace Elizabeth and styled by Elodie David.