#NO. 03 | TRENDS FW22
The latest edition of fashion week has given us a glimpse of the trends that will fill the streets this coming autumn-winter 2023.
After the last editions, which sought a radical change that heralded this new post-pandemic era, we find ourselves in a more earthy moment, with simpler and more wearable garments that follow in the wake of the spring-summer season.
Contrasts: Preppy vs. Futuristic
If there are two styles that stand out in this edition, they are these.
The most girly version originating in the United States is back in style. A revision of the "old school" uniform of high school girls that brings back mini skirts, checkered prints, embroidery and fabrics such as knit or tweed.
On the opposite side, a futuristic trend emerges in this latest edition with a clear inspiration in the world of motor racing. Motorcycle racers' gloves and jackets take over the catwalk and movies like Dune or Mad Max inspire the chromatic colors of earth tones.
Items: Capes, Corset and high boots (very high).
One of these garments, or all three, will be in your closet next season.
Capes have been the new outerwear trend for many fashion houses and there are capes for all tastes. You will find them with a bohemian air in Chloé, monochromatic in Hermés and a more sophisticated version presented by Erdem.
The corset will become the piece with which, after two years of social distancing, we will express the longing for physical contact. Belonging to an emerging fetishist aesthetic in which many brands such as Balmain, Fendi or Roberto Cavalli, have been inspired for their winter collections.
One thing that many designers have agreed on this season is footwear. Make room for high boots, above the knee at Hermés or thigh-high boots like those of Alberta Ferretti.
Materials: leather and knitwear
Leather has already been the protagonist of the fall-winter trends for several seasons but we can highlight the range of colors in which it is presented in this edition. From olive green for men's jackets by Prada, lilac by Bottega Veneta or yellow by MaxMara.
Just like leather, knitwear remains a key fabric. Its comfort and warmth make it the perfect ally for the cold months. If you want to take it to the next level, go for a total look in the same fabric as the proposals of Etro.
The color: pink
The absolute protagonist in terms of colors. Next season we will wear it in all its shades as the softest of Carolina Herrera or Valentino's bubblegum and above all, it will triumph as a total look.
Get ready to fill your closet with the most eye-catching touch of color!