What spring summer 2023 fashion trends will we wear?

What spring summer 2023 fashion trends will we wear? And how?

As the Spring-Summer 2023 Fashion Week shows have just ended, Vogue returns in images to 18 fashion trends that will undoubtedly make up our summer dress grade.

Biker, baby blue, 3D flowers… All the fashion trends for spring-summer 2023
A busy calendar, many grandiose shows… For a month, the best of fashion was presented from New York to London via Milan and Paris. If the fall-winter 2022-2023 season operated a return to the fundamentals of style, spring-summer 2023 celebrates the party and invokes the imagination over pieces merging fashion and art. The 2000s seemed to gradually lose speed but surprisingly lasted another season with the cargo obsession, highlighting, in particular, the interest of fashion houses and fashion labels for fashion at the service of everyday life. On the chromatic side, the Barbiecore trend gives way to softer shades, in particular, baby blue, sunset gradients or monochrome beiges


An exercise in ingenious style, fashion plays with illusions and unveils trompe-l’oeil pieces, transforming the ordinary into the extraordinary. Pixelated lines, trouser-skirts, naked tops… A celebration of the body with futuristic accents seen at the Y/Project, Loewe and Balmain fashion shows.
From the ranks of the British Army in the late 1930s to the catwalks of Spring/Summer 2023, cargo pants have not aged a bit. At the crossroads of military aesthetics and streetwear influences, it has become a fashion essential at Coperni, Diesel and Fendi.
Like a new-generation bouquet or a larger-than-life tropical flower, Off-White (with the first fashion show by Ibrahim Kamara), Loewe (and its anthurium maximal) and Bottega Veneta transform a simple item of clothing into a veritable work of bucolic art. Liquid gold, Sequins, sequins, lamé fabric… As long as it shines! At Chanel, Gucci and Michael Kors, gilding feels like a second skin, emulating the liquid gold trend in more chic evening versions than ever.

Handmade denim
A pair of scissors, a dress, and jeans that you no longer wear and you’re done! Give free rein to your imagination to appropriate the denim trend, as at Blumarine, Y/Project and Marine Serre. Do it yourself is on the rise!Fringes
Far from their bohemian aesthetic, fringes adorn the most sophisticated pieces in the wardrobe. A long immaculate dress, an officewear ensemble or a classic chic cape set the tone at Michael Kors, Givenchy and Alaïa.Buckle up!
Maxi, mini or trompe-l’oeil, buckles are rising to the rank of the ultimate fashion detail for spring-summer 2023. While Givenchy and Miu Miu retain their technical accent, Louis Vuitton prefers a more arty interpretation, in a dramatized dimension.Sunset
What would a summer be without a sunset? If they flourish on Instagram, they also impose themselves this season in our wardrobe. Over a flamboyant gradation, the sunset effect comes in a second skin wardrobe at Etro, Ferragamo, and Courrèges. To wear without moderation, a high season like Indian summer.

20’s revisited
Fringes, feathers and wraparound boa revive the spirit of the Roaring Twenties. At Louis Vuitton, Jil Sander and Chanel, the Roaring Twenties are reinvented in more minimalist versions, always with elegance.

Classy transparency
A monomania that slums with games of calibrated transparency. Sexier than ever, the essential black dress reveals the silhouette at Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello, Valentino and Ami.

Yes to style, without ever forgetting practicality. On a top or a miniskirt, the pockets are imagined as maxi, a size ally where you can only slip in the essentials. Louis Vuitton, Miu Miu and Stella McCartney imagine fashion modelled on trends, at the service of everyday life.

Beige in all its shades
A guarantee of chic, the monochrome silhouette can only be imagined in variations of beige. We abandon statement pieces in favour of fashion fundamentals by daring to layer good basics and chromatic variations, at Bottega Veneta, Dior and Max Mara.

Games of transparency and brilliance where crystals shape a new, resolutely sexy evening silhouette at Balenciaga, Stella McCartney and Valentino.

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