This autumn, the classic floral print takes a slightly gothic twist. Designers at Di Pesta, Carolina Herrera, and other renowned labels introduced florals on dark, moody backgrounds, creating an alluring depth in their collections.
Radiant silks and satins took the lead at several major fashion shows, embracing the ultimate relaxed dress shape. Loewe and Paco Rabanne showcased how a standout brooch can elevate a seemingly understated maxi dress for the upcoming party season.
The classic hourglass silhouette makes a triumphant return in AW23 fashion, with designers paying homage through sculptural details. Key elements like boning and exaggerated hip volume are employed to create dramatic curvature and celebrate ultra-feminine figures.
Liquid-like metallics are reemerging for AW23, captivating fashion enthusiasts with their mesmerizing textures. Proenza Schouler shines with light-reflecting metallics, while Giambattista Valli flaunts fluid gold pleating, adding a touch of lustrous luxury to the season.
Sofia Richie’s favorite trend, Quiet Luxury, takes a more muted approach compared to flashy logomania. It effortlessly blends into your current wardrobe with clean lines, neutral hues, and luxurious cuts, offering understated elegance.
An offshoot of the hourglass silhouette, the peplum trend makes a stylish appearance. Subtle and sultry at Tory Burch, while elevated and paired with high-octane opera gloves at Richard Quinn and Adeam, peplums offer versatility for both day and evening looks in AW23 fashion.