The best designer sneakers of FW22 Men’s Fashion Week

The fall-winter 2022 men’s fashion shows did not hesitate when it came to shoes. From COMME des GARÇONS’ Nike Air Max 97 to sacai’s upcoming Cortez, the runways and digital presentations offered a glimpse of some of 2022’s most anticipated collaborations. dominated the runways, while dad’s shoe remained central to Fendi and Courreges.

Read on for a selection of our favorite sneakers from the FW22 menswear runways.

Dior embellished tennis shoe

Minimalist sneakers invaded the Dior show. The premium version of the classic sneaker features side embellishments and prominent Dior branding on the tongue.

COMME des GARÇONS x Nike Air Max 97

The Nike Air Max 97 gets the CDG treatment in Powder Blue and Black colorways. The version joins the vintage-inspired sneaker trend with distressed leather overlays.

Louis Vuitton LV 2 sneakers

Louis Vuitton has unveiled a new shoe silhouette called the LV Trainer 2 that features elements of classic ’90s basketball sneakers. The top comes with an ankle strap and an exaggerated LV basketball logo.

Sacai x Nike Cortez

sacai brings its stacked aesthetic to the Nike Cortez. Coming in two colorways, the model features an exposed Air unit, exaggerated heel clip and dual Swooshes.

Fendi Metallic Sneaker

Fendi covers a classic sneaker silhouette in metallic hues. The luxe dad shoe features leather overlays, molded panels and a Fendi branded tongue tag.

A-COLD-WALL* Wrap Sneakers

A-COLD-WALL* adds a suede ankle boot to its fall collection. The model sports a wrapped design reminiscent of the Air Jordan 17 and Jordan Trunner.

Courrèges Retro Runner

Courrèges updates a ’70s runner with a stacked sole, suede construction and an exaggerated tongue emblazoned with the French house’s logo.

Etro Shearling Trainer

Etro covers her Fall 2022 shoes in mismatched shearling with zigzag stitching and rope laces. The comfortable model evokes the collection’s woodland theme, which featured wolf graphics and cargo pants.

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