Fashion Week Paris

In many ways, the autumn/winter 2023/24 season already feels liberating. Away from the spectacle and loud social media fashion and toward wearing garments that, with their subtle sophistication, are designed to make life more fascinating.

In New York and Milan, craftsmanship and refinement had already evolved as fashion trends. The stunning finale of Fashion Week Paris.

Balenciaga’s trousers are a fashion trend and a new beginning

Demna, Balenciaga’s Creative Director, wants to refocus on “clothing making” rather than the show for Autumn/Winter 2023/24.

The inspiration for this came from a pair of trousers sewn for him by a local tailor when he was six years old in Georgia. He has now deconstructed trousers into coats, blazers, dresses, and skirts for the new collection, among other things.

The 1950s grace and feminine strength as a fashion trend at Dior

Christian Dior’s sister Catherine, a Resistance and Ravensburg survivor member, and Edith Piaf are among the inspired ladies for Dior’s 2018 fall/winter collection. The collection’s vibe is defiant, forceful, and fragile. The season’s t-shirt reads, “Je ne regrette rien.”

Seductive power dressing a la Saint Laurent is a fashion trend

Anthony Vaccarello has been invoking ’80s style at Saint Laurent for several seasons. Power dressing is the theme for autumn/winter 2023/24.

The pencil skirts have high slits and large shoulders, while the tops are low-cut, and the pumps have exceptionally high heels.

Optical illusions: a Louis Vuitton fashion trend

What exactly is French style? This inquiry signaled the start of the new Louis Vuitton collection’s design process. The optical illusions, from the hand-drawn pinstripes to the printed leather, are highlights.

Autumn/Winter 2023/24 Chloé: Women for the Climate

Before we get into the details of Gabriela Hearst’s Chloé collection, consider this: According to the designer, women and girls are disproportionately affected by the effects of climate change. “Women in Leadership” is thus the theme. This translates into patchwork leather coats, shearling, and feminine gowns with luxuriant shapes.

Hermès’ monochrome trend colors

Fall/Winter 2023/24 collection by Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski Hermès’ line honors human hair as a feminine icon. This is evident in the collection, particularly in the warm colors – brown, red, and golden – that have been fashioned monochromatic from head to toe.

Loewe’s fashion trend is modern surrealism

Jonathan Anderson is fascinated by how people perceive things online. Illusions, skewed images, and deceptions are all common. He created something similar for Loewe in the autumn/winter of 2023/24: T-shirts and pants made of goose feathers, cardigans made of self-adhesive paper, and dresses with dresses printed on them.

Chanel’s house flower has become a fashion trend

The camellia is much more than a collection subject for Virginie Viard; it is an important code of the Chanel house. “I like their tenderness and strength,” she says. The flower adorns every single look in the collection for Autumn/Winter 2023/24, sometimes more or less softly. Woven into tweed or embroidered with sequins, on a leather coat’s lapels, or simply on a white T-shirt.

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