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NYFW Recap: Fall / Winter 2022

February 21, 2022

From our Classic Solid Thong to our Ultimate Opaque tights, Commando walked the runway for 12 shows this season. Whether providing a flawless foundation or making a statement, we’re excited to have partnered with such talented designers. 

Curious about how we’re involved in NYFW and the styles that designers call in most?

Commando works with designers and their styling teams to provide them with intimates that provide a flawless foundation and ready-to-wear styles for their seasonal runway shows. To date, Commando has walked more than 160 runways, including everything from custom pieces to the style that started it all, our Classic Solid Thong. 

Keep reading to see which styles walked the runway this season!


Proenza Schouler

Proenza Schouler’s FW22 collection conveyed volume in the form of balloon details on skirts, dresses and ultra-structured suiting. In addition to volume, Proenza Schouler added some sparkle with sequin tops and a little bit of color and shine with a red patent leather block heel. Commando styles featured in the show include our Ultimate Opaque Tights and our Classic Solid Thong.


Prabal Gurung 

As with the past few season’s, Prabal Gurung called upon Commando for custom pieces to style into their seasonal collection. This season’s collection was filled with colorful sequin details, cutout details and bright hues. Precious Lee walked the runway in a custom electric purple bodysuit and leggings that were layered under a slightly sheer, but sparkly dress - meanwhile, our Classic Solid Thong was used as a seamless foundational piece for other looks within the collection.


Bronx + Banco

It’s all in the details for  Bronx and Banco’s FW22 collection. With Y2k inspired cutout moments, glitter details and an affinity for sheer, Bronx and Banco introduced a fun and flirty collection. We know that undergarments are key to perfecting the sheer look and our Classic Solid Thong did just the trick for these seriously glam styles. Brava Bronx and Banco!


Marrisa Wilson 

Marrisa Wilson’s collection presented a trifecta of texture, color and graphic elements. With velvet sets, pleated skirts, bright hues and prints, these styles brought a cool-girl vibe. Added 90’s inspired elements included chunky platform boots and oval sunglasses. For the looks featuring skirts and dresses, Commando Ultimate Opaque and Semi-Opaque Tights can be seen, giving us outfit inspiration for the season ahead.



The Markarian collection felt like a romantic dream. It’s only fitting the collection walked the Prince George Ballroom in New York City, known for its Neo-Renaissance grandeur. From floral trains to feathered headpieces and sequins galore, this collection exudes sophistication and elegance. Commando’s Classic Solid Thongs came into play underneath these extravagant styles.  


Claudia Li

Claudia Li’s FW22 collection featured structured silhouettes with feminine notes such as crochet details, bright hues and enticing florals. Commando’s Classic Solid Thong and High-Rise Panties were the seamless base layer for slightly sheer styles as well as oversized outerwear.


LaQuan Smith 

LaQuan Smith brought on the 90’s with his collection this season. Style details included fur collars, sexy cutouts, sheer details and mini-length hems paired with long jackets.  Julia Fox opened the show in a sleek and sexy cutout dress, it was a moment to remember. Under these unforgettable pieces, Commando’s Classic Solid Thong provided a flawless foundation. 


The Blonds

Talk about closing out NYFW! There is no doubt that The Blonds love a shiny moment, and their FW22 collection proved just that. Commando's Faux Patent Leather and Faux Leather styles were used as spunky foundations for this seriously edgy collection. Our favorite part might just have been the performance with Choreographer Parris Goebel wearing our Faux Patent Leather Leggings and her backup dancers sporting our Faux Leather Leggings and Long Line Bralette.


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Until next season!

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