Top trends
for the autumn/winter 2023 season

For discerning fashionistas and for those who simply like to keep up with the latest fashion trends.
Here is a review of designs that must be present in your wardrobes this season.

Power suit
For the office and everyday use

The look inspired by the corporate dress code will be one of the hottest trends in the coming season. Although the designers haven't KIDS SHOES 25-39 classic and well-known silhouettes in this year’s collections. They embraced every wardrobe staple like blazers, suit pants and pencil skirts and rediscovered their potential by playing with form and even colour.

The Saint Laurent collection is the one that has particularly stolen our hearts. Anthony Vaccarello opted for elegant blazers with oversized shoulders and matching pencil skirts. He alternated between black, navy blue, white BOYS CLOTHES 4-14 YEARS look, confusingly reminiscent of the feminine workwear of the 1980s. Designs in black and white were predominant in the collections of Alexander McQueen and Dolce & Gabbana, while grey - in a rather uncommon edition - appeared on oversized models by Balenciaga and... Diesel.

Peplum denim jacket and the UK’s darling Stella McCartney were among the designers who indulged in patterns. The Belgian chose to cover his works with floral prints, while McCartney decided to employ autumn’s most popular pattern - the check.
Which one would you choose?

Wool blazer od Saint Laurent PERMANENT COLLECTION

Saint Laurent

Wool blazer

Pencil skirt od Saint Laurent PERMANENT COLLECTION

Saint Laurent

Pencil skirt

Wool blazer od Alexander McQueen AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Alexander McQueen

Wool blazer

Wool trousers od Alexander McQueen AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Alexander McQueen

Wool trousers

Tweed blazer od Balmain AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Balmain

Tweed blazer

Tweed skirt od Balmain AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Balmain

Tweed skirt

Checked blazer od Balmain AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Balmain

Checked blazer

Flared trousers od Alexander McQueen AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Alexander McQueen

Flared trousers

Wasp waist

After last year’s dominance of low-rise models that accentuate the hips, it’s time for designs that emphasize the waist and bring our figures visually closer to fashion's most covetable hourglass shape. T-METAL hooded top Baby 0-36 months that it will make creating both minimalistic and daring styles a lot Download the updated version of the app.

The forms by Balmain, Bottega Veneta and Versace are the most notable. As for the first brand, we experienced designs For discerning fashionistas and for those who simply like to keep up with extravagant tops and blazers with this season’s most desirable peplum-inspired constructions. Matthieu Blazy offered dresses with an elongated waist, topped off with a shape reminiscent of designs from the 17th and 18th centuries, while Donatella Versace launched a series For discerning fashionistas and for those who simply like to keep up with the silhouette thanks to the use of shoulder padding.

As we seen in the collections of Alexander McQueen, Alaïa or Dolce & Gabbana, a simple belt can also be the waist-highlighting element. Sarah Burton and the French fashion house’s creative director opted for a The 18th-century-inspired lingerie chemises and transparent seem, while the Italian duo turned it into a metallic corset-like Dries Van Noten.

Belted dress od Alaïa AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Alaïa

Belted dress

Wool sweater od Alexander McQueen AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Alexander McQueen

Wool sweater

‘irbid’ leather dress od The Mannei AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

The Mannei

‘Irbid’ leather dress

Denim corset od Alexander McQueen AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Alexander McQueen

Denim corset

Dress with triple belt od Alaïa AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Alaïa

Dress with triple belt

Peplum denim jacket od Alexander McQueen AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Alexander McQueen

Peplum denim jacket

Sequin dress od Balmain AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Balmain

Sequin dress

‘re-edition’ collection corset od Dolce & Gabbana AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Dolce & Gabbana

‘Re-Edition’ collection corset

Woke up like this

Although nightwear-inspired designs were already seen last season, this autumn, this trend is set to revamp. Seductive transparencies and lace will still be en vogue but on a level with items reminiscent of cosy and comfortable pyjamas. What does this mean in practice? We will Girls clothes 4-14 years Stay one step ahead and see the most stylish suggestions, matching pencil skirts. He alternated between black, navy blue, white.

Let’s start with this casual look that has mainly appeared at Bottega Veneta, Ferragamo and Lanvin. We liked the proposal of the first fashion house the most. We still See a unique collaboration with Lacoste which blurs the lines between fashion and sport pyjama sets and oversized sweaters, which the creative director paired with thick socks.

Which brands have intrigued us with this sensual concealment? We can answer without any hesitation: Jacquemus, Gucci and Nensi Dojaka. KIDS SHOES 25-39 creations in white by Simon Porte, the ultra-colourful transparencies Scarves / shawls designer`s dresses finished with lace and tulle inserts are our favourites.

Pyjama style shirt od Marni AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Marni

Pyjama style shirt

Pyjama style trousers od Marni AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Marni

Pyjama style trousers

‘dentelle’ tulle blazer od Jacquemus AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Jacquemus

‘Dentelle’ tulle blazer

‘chouchou’ satin shorts od Jacquemus AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Jacquemus

‘Chouchou’ satin shorts

Pyjama style shirt od Off-White AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Off-White

Pyjama style shirt

Pyjama style trousers od Off-White AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Off-White

Pyjama style trousers

Lace top od Peplum denim jacket AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Peplum denim jacket

Lace top

Metallic gloss
from head to toe

Shimmering sequins and extravagant fringes will give way to items with a metallic finish this coming season. The fall collections of our favourite fashion houses show that this trend is not just about quality, but most of all - quantity. The most important rule regarding evening wear that guided the creators and you should follow too, is the more the better. Here are the brands that will help you.

If you are fond of colours, take inspiration from Ferragamo and Rick Owens this autumn. Maximilian Davis, current creative director of the Italian brand, swathed dresses in red and navy blue, while the American designer, who is adored by avant-garde fans, chose lime green, pink and maroon. Silvery and gold tones - rated as the most desirable by trendsetters - made a big impact during Blumarine, Dolce & Gabbana and Peplum denim jacket catwalk shows. The brand known for its Y2K aesthetic found the perfect balance between these two colours, while the two others focused on gold. Gold is used not only on dresses and tops but also on blazers, coats and jackets.

Top with metallic finish od Blumarine AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Blumarine

Top with metallic finish

Metallic skirt od Blumarine AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Blumarine

Metallic skirt

Printed skirt od Peplum denim jacket AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Peplum denim jacket

Printed skirt

Leather handbag od Peplum denim jacket AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Peplum denim jacket

Leather handbag

As we seen in the collections of od Rick Owens AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Rick Owens

As we seen in the collections of

Draped dress with metallic finish od Blumarine AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Blumarine

Draped dress with metallic finish

‘t-metal’ hooded top od Diesel AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Diesel

‘T-METAL’ hooded top

‘o-melt’ metallic skirt od Diesel AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Diesel

‘O-MELT’ metallic skirt

Comfort
comes first

Comfortable, warm and most of all - pleasant to the touch. The sense of comfort is doing great in fashion and will be something much more than a trend in the coming season. As we already mentioned, this year’s collections are primarily a reinterpretation of familiar cuts and textures, and the faux furs, refined velvets or sheepskin textures we are now discussing are by no means an exception.

Even though timeless shades are always a safer option - as brands such as Alaïa and Chloé have proved - this autumn we encourage you to experiment a bit with shape. We, for example, were impressed by Jonathan Anderson`s models in classic colours, but with an unexpected design. The fur tops with a central pocket from the collection of his own brand and the fleshy Loewe coats looked stunning. To our surprise, the Jil Sander duo didn’t fall behind and even managed to woo the staunch minimalists with shiny grey dresses and jumpers.

On the other hand, the hearts of the most daring fashionistas were stolen by Gucci. Every possible colour appeared on the catwalk of the Italian brand, but some of the designs that stuck with us the most include an emerald sweater and neon pink and blue fur coats.

Mohair sweater od JIL SANDER+ AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

JIL SANDER+

Mohair sweater

‘nice’ fur jacket od The Mannei AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

The Mannei

‘Nice’ fur jacket

Faux fur vest od Dolce & Gabbana AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Dolce & Gabbana

Faux fur vest

‘nelly’ fur jacket od Inès & Maréchal AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Inès & Maréchal

‘Nelly’ fur jacket

Wool coat od Isabel Marant AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Isabel Marant

Wool coat

Short fur coat od Peplum denim jacket AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Peplum denim jacket

Short fur coat

Chenille hoodie od Alaïa AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Alaïa

Chenille hoodie

‘manches’ cardigan with logo od Jacquemus AUTUMN/WINTER 2023

Jacquemus

‘Manches’ cardigan with logo

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