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AW23/24 Fashion Week Roundup

Updated: Apr 6

As another fashion week season draws to a close, the Trendhub team have collated their key call-outs from the New York, London, Milan and Paris shows. Established and emerging designers showcased their latest collections ahead of the upcoming AW23/24 season, as always indicating what we can expect to see trickle down into the ready-to-wear market.

At Coach, we saw an abundance of leather, distressed denim, motorcycle jackets and long skirts made from repurposed garments and scraps, making each one-of-a-kind. On the Tory Burch runway, the collection was grown-up and polished, aiming to challenge the perception of beauty and femininity.

Our Key Fabric Call-outs:

LAYERED LACE: On the New York catwalks we saw head-to-toe lace looks emerge, layered with a solid base.

SHEER: Delicate sheer fabrics remain key for the AW23/24 season, ranging in opacity. These fabrics are key across dresses and evening jumpsuits, where silhouettes feature wrapped and gathered fabric details

ALL OVER SEQUINS: Head-to-toe sequin fabrics were shown across luxe co-ords and midi dresses in bold statement tones and neutrals. Draped, pleated and ruched details further highlight the fabric.

London Fashion Week is known for being at the epicentre of all things creative. AW23/24 did not disappoint.

Highlights included Daniel Lee's Burberry debut. The Creative Director's first collection for the British fashion house featured a vibrant colour palette and daring silhouettes, a pleasant shift from Burberry’s classic muted beige tones.

At the party of all parties to close LFW, Moncler Genius put on a spectacle with a first-of-its-kind immersive co-creation show that saw collaborations from the likes of Alicia Keys, Rick Owens, Pharrell Williams, Mercedes-Benz, and Adidas Originals. Read more about the LFW AW23 presentations attended by the BDA team here.

Our Key Colour Call-outs:

BOLD YELLOWS: A key colour family for statement dressing, ranging from sharper tones to slightly muted shades, seen styled tonally or partnered with blues and deep reds.

AUDACIOUS REDS: Vivid tonal variations of red were paired tonally, or contrasted by shades of pink.

CALMER BLUES: Tonally layered and blocked, a muted palette of refined soft blues create