This season, the 2010 aesthetic, along with the #balletcore trend, the nerd era, the rise of old-money and silent luxury are placing different accessories in our imagination as new objects of desire. For its part, the dosmilera or Y2K aesthetic will continue to be present in streetstyles, but in a more subtle way in the form of belts superimposed on dresses. From HIGHXTAR. we review the main accessories that will elevate our looks this autumn/winter 2023-2024.
Louis Vuitton and Fear of God propose the most minimalist version and superimpose them on garments such as coats. Hermès combines them with knitwear to mark the waist. Max Mara opts for maxi belts as if they were almost a corset, creating very marked waists. Blumarine, for its part, places belts on trousers, mini-skirts or dresses at hip height.
From ‘less is more’ in fashion, ‘bigger is better’ in accessories. In Alexander McQueen’s collection, the different lengths of the earrings stand out. Schiaparelli opts for asymmetry with organic shapes. Y/Proyect includes hand-shaped earrings. Ferragamo opts for symmetrical jewellery; Missoni, Saint Laurent, Zimmermann and Gucci go for deformed earrings.
The last time ballerinas were cool was ten years ago (or more), and since fashion is cyclical, here they are back. Linked to the #balletcore aesthetic, last year we saw them in their most minimalist version in fashion shows and streetstyles, this season they arrive in white from Chanel, Balenciaga, Miu Miu, Maison Margiela, Jacquemus (in heel format) or Vivienne Westwood.
There are so many proposals for gloves on the catwalks that there is no doubt that they will be one of the elements that we will see most often at events and in street style. Dolce & Gabbana, Courrèges, Givenchy or Gucci are some of the fashion houses that bet on gloves in their most elegant version. Other brands are daring with something more eye-catching, such as Daniel W. Fletcher, GCDS and MM6 Maison Margiela.
Mary Jane with socks
Yes, socks with shoes have gone from being a resounding no to becoming an option among footwear combinations. After seeing it at Miu Miu, Hermès and Jil Sander, other houses like Marc Jacobs, Dior and Louis Vuitton are joining this accessory this new season. Bottega Veneta fuses socks directly with shoes, giving rise to footwear in the form of ankle boots.
After living several seasons under the trend of XXS bags, the disproportionate size bags have arrived. Loewe revisits its famous Puzzle bag and makes it colossal. Jil sander opts for animal print for its maxi bags. Matthieu Blazy also goes for the exaggerated shape of Bottega Veneta’s Jodie. Ferragamo and Fear of God launch minimalist designs for giant bags.
Coloured tights have come to the forefront of the fashion scene thanks to the no-pants trend that started with Miu Miu FW23-24. The Italian brand is not the only one to give its version of this accessory, Jacquemus went for bright red tights in its last show, Atlein played with hiding and revealing them, while Gucci went all out with this trend, flooding the catwalk with colour.
Although we already saw it last year with Marc Jacobs, this season the nerd style, which leans towards the librarian aesthetic, is coming on strong. Bella Hadid is the driving force behind this trend, complementing her streetstyles with the mythical tiny glasses. In addition to their XXS version, as we saw on the Miu Miu catwalk, they also come in oversized and aviator style with Chanel.
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