The last days of Paris Fashion Week have finally reached an end and with that, we’re able to call it a wrap on the S/S 23 fashion month. Given the sheer amount of show-goers, climate differences, and just different style aesthetics per location, you wouldn’t expect there to be trend overlap, but there is. After combing through hundreds of photos by our trustee photographers, I can guarantee that the fashion set seems to be in sync more than ever. I was able to narrow down common themes throughout each week, whether they were styled in a Parisian chic manner or loud and maximal like a true Scandinavian.
We’ve given you full trend reports of each city’s street style set, but the six below are the ones that were strong enough to cross borders. Spotted wore a vast array of trends—some looking as if they were plucked from the runway itself, like a striking pop of red. To find out the rest, you’re just going to have to keep scrolling. You’ll find what was worn by the most stylish attendees and an edit of shoppable pieces if you feel like trying them out yourself.
Every season, there are always a few colors that stand out but I haven’t seen a color gain traction like red has since the era of Bottega green. Not only was chili red spotted on the runways of Tory Burch and Sandy Liang, but I found the striking shade on a showgoer in at least every city.
We’ve always been big fans of the Canadian tuxedo, but the look has reached new heights this fashion month. Instead of just a coordinating jacket and jeans, the streets were filled with denim coats, shoes, tops, and most of all, skirts.
Showgoers have a lot of looks to plan during fashion month, so rosettes are a simple and easy way to just add that special touch to a look.
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Full skirts, column skirts, denim skirts—every type of maxi reigned supreme during fashion month. They’re much more practical than the micro-minis of the past, so it makes sense that the trend was spotted across all the cities.
I usually spot clutches at weddings or special events, so I was surprised to see so many on the streets as people headed to shows. And these weren’t your average handbags either, as there was a range of styles from furry options to XL sizes.