Celebrities like Zendaya, Anya Taylor-Joy, Gigi Hadid and more have already tapped into Pantone’s Fall 2022 color trends for their recent red carpet appearances.
The Color Institute released its Fall 2022 report on Thursday, detailing the 15 shades it says will be the top color trends this fall. The report includes a wide range of shades, from neutrals like soft beiges and deep grays to bright hues like neon orange and rich fuchsia.
While color trends are expected to emerge on the catwalk at New York Fashion Week, many celebrities have worn the hues at recent events like the Emmys, Met Gala, and film and TV premieres.
CFDA Fashion Icon Award winner Zendaya had several big fashion moments last year, including at the press tour for her movie “Spider-Man: No Way Home” where she regularly paid tribute to the Marvel movie and to his characters. At the film’s London photoshoot, the actress wore an oversized crystal-embellished suit jacket by Alexander McQueen in Pantone’s Chiseled Stone shade.
The color was also recently worn by actor Seth Rogan, who attended the premiere of Hulu’s “Pam & Tommy” limited series wearing a casual Fear of God costume.
Pantone’s brighter hues also made an appearance on the red carpet. “Euphoria” actor Angus Cloud had a standout fashion moment at the HBO show’s second season premiere last month when he wore a vibrant Versace suit in Pantone’s Orange Tiger color.
British singer Raye also wore the color this week at the 2022 Brit Awards, where she walked the red carpet wearing a thigh-length sequin dress by Versace.
Anya Taylor-Joy also turned to Pantone’s Fall 2022 colors for her red carpet winning streak last year. The actress turned to Pantone’s shade Samoan Sun – a golden yellow – for the 2021 Emmy Awards, where she wore a custom buttery yellow Dior gown paired with a bright yellow opera cape.
Click through the gallery above to see more celebrities wearing Pantone’s Fall 2022 colors on the red carpet.
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