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Five winter trends 2023-24 spotted at Who’s Next


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Nicola Mira

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January 24, 2023

Last weekend, nearly 400 ready-to-wear brands for women launched their Fall/Winter 2023-2024 collections at the latest edition of the show. Next person performing in Paris. They are among the 1,255 exhibitors gathered at the Porte de Versailles exhibition center, ranging from clothing to accessories, lingerie and jewelry brands. FashionNetwork.com detected a number of distinctive trends among the stands, some of which are listed below. A first general observation is that there are many colorful collections, all of which are characterized by a wide range of vibrant colors. Perhaps a digging despite the Covid-19 era, and the current state of consumption slowing down due to inflation? “Bringing out increasingly bright colors in the midst of widespread dullness is something I personally love, and clients want it too,” says Sylvie Sonsino, founder of the Bella Jones label in Paris. She added: “Retailers are looking for outfits that stand out, nothing too traditional.

Image of Frnch, left and Gertrude + Gaston, right – FNW

orange joy

Orange is an excellent bright color, passionate and vibrant with shades ranging from carrots to mandarin oranges and pumpkins, but it is not widely used in the fashion palette, even when it creates A notable breakthrough in Spring/Summer 2022. Next fall and winter, orange will add even more emphasis to our wardrobes, featuring oversized pieces and color-blocking styles, rather than color. press infrequently. It will work with subtle shades, such as cream, dark brown or camel, but can also be combined with navy blue and magenta for a more adventurous look. Labels like Gertrude + gastonFrnch and Bella Jones show they’re ready to play the orange game.

Niu’s costume – FNW

colorful layer

Layering clothes is a cyclical trend in fashion. For next season, layers will explode with color, mixing texture effects with bold combinations of colors. An example is the Italian brand Niu’s style that combines purple with yellow, a single color with floral motifs, and tweed-effect wool with fine cotton.

Two looks of Humility, the brand launched by La Fée Maraboutée in 2015 – FNW

back to earth

In a calmer spirit, featuring muted shades reminiscent of nature (linen, khaki, sage green and terracotta red), a number of modern gardener looks have blossomed. in the stands of Who’s Next. The neo-country mood heralded the choice of sleeveless (but hooded) jackets, canvas pants and loose plaid skirts.

A sample of the Madluv cashmere brand – FNW

Fluorescent 90s style

The 1990s, when streetwear was crowned with vibrant and vibrant colors, is making a comeback next Fall/Winter. A trend characterized by both loose and cropped lines, daylight shades and numerous graphic symbols – lightning bolts, arrows, triangles and letters – all infused with a dose of welcome humour.

Bella Jones and Idano catch up with the 1970s (and orange pops up again!) – FNW

1970s print

In terms of pattern, the influence of the geometric and psychedelic motifs of the 1970s was clearly felt. The result is a plethora of hypnotic shapes, in black and white or colorful variations, found on blouses and skirts, as well as pants and scarves.

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