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A walk through the best trends of 2023

From barbiecore to silent luxury, here’s a complete overview of the year’s hottest trends.

A walk through the best trends of 2023

In 2023, clubwear has taken center stage, influencing runways and closets. Designers such as Dion Lee and LaQuan Smith have created daring garments, such as diamond-lined harnesses or frayed tops, capturing the free spirit and uninhibited tailoring. Diesel even threw a big party at Milan Fashion Week, taking extravagance to new heights.

We couldn’t not talk about the resounding Soccer Core. From OG versions to innovative collaborations like Wales Bonner’s, the adidas Samba has been the star of the year, and the soccer kit has burst onto the scene, fusing sporty and casual into one coveted style all year long.

The “rich moms and cool dads” aesthetic has emerged as a fashion force. From the powerful elegance of rich moms to the simplistic and sophisticated style of cool dads, the likes of A$AP Rocky and Rihanna have led this evolution.

On the other hand, and driven by the “Succession” series, quiet luxury has experienced a huge upswing. Brands such as Loro Piana, Bottega Veneta and The Row have led the trend, highlighting clean designs and high quality materials, shifting the notion of cool towards basic and minimalist garments.

Femininity and pink have undisputedly taken center stage in 2023. Inspired by the Barbie movie, barbiecore has taken this aesthetic to new heights. From vibrant hues to Dream House textures, this trend has transformed fashion, with realistic interpretations including extravagant designs and luxurious accessories.

Tank tops have transcended their basic function, becoming a luxury item. From LOEWE to Prada, high-end brands have embraced the trend, offering options from sleek embroidery to eye-catching logos.

Balletcore, another hyper-feminine trend, has also made a significant mark. Designers such as Sandy Liang and Christian Siriano have embraced the aesthetic, presenting pieces that pay homage to the grace and elegance of ballet dancers.

And with the revival of the Y2K style, it’s no surprise that retro sneakers are back with a vengeance. Brands like Asics, New Balance and Nike have led this trend, adapting to contemporary culture with modern details and an aesthetic inspired by the early 2000s.

And, in case you missed it, here we tell you how red has become the new fashion color obsession.

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