The Top Fashion Trends From The 4 Global Fashion Weeks

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Fashion week, regardless of what city, has always produced the top macro and micro trends that eventually rule our wardrobes for the foreseeable future. Now that fashion month has come to a close (Paris Fashion week finishes today), we have complied a list of the top trends from all four fashion markets for Fall/Winter 2024: New York, London, Milan, and Paris. Think: tailored trousers, playful leather pieces, power dressing and lots of sheer. Ahead, be in the know with the top trends set to take over 2024.

New York Fashion Week

Pretty In Sheer

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We have been loving the momentum around the sheer trend, first gaining traction in 2022. This season we saw designers like Valentino, No 21 and Eckhaus Latta show us new ways to wear the trend — as midis, skirts with lace additions, and sleeve details took center stage.

Bold Outerwear

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This season of New York shows proved that outerwear does not have to be stuffy, but instead a statement on it's own. Down the runways at Tory Burch, Gabriella Hearst and Ulla Johnson, outerwear featured playful fringe, embellished buttons, feathers, frayed trim details and more.

Paired In Plaid

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Plaid is not a new trend for fall, but one that is witnessing a resurgence in textures, placement and styling. At Helmut Lung, we saw models walk down in plaid overcoats, structured blazers and furry variations.

London Fashion Week

Classics Never Die

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We can always count on London for chic, put-together looks and that's exactly what we got with the crisp white shirting seen at Erdem, Eudon Choi and Burberry. Somewhat already on your radar, their collections proved how valuable it is to have a sharp white shirt, tailored perfectly to you, in your capsule wardrobe.

C-Suite Gray

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London capitalized on power dressing for the office by reimagining neutrals that work for all careers — currently up, gray. Molly Goddard, Tove and Aaron Esh showed us how to wear sophisticated gray skirts, blouses, and pleats.


Layered 2.0

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Over in Italy, Miu Miu, Gucci and Tod's were giving us styling cues, with double-layering leading the charge. They paired cardigans under cardigans, different patterned tops under a sheer number, and structured blazers with collars under oversized blazers. It was the lesson in layering that we all needed to keep things fresh for fall.

Tied Together

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Moschino and Max Mara showed us how to elevate a fall or winter outfit by tying a sweater over our shoulders, waist or midsection. The styling hack offers depth to any outfit through a colorpop or texture.


Criss-Cross It

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At coveted shows like Monse, Balmain and Off-White, one thing was clear: criss-cross silhouettes are in. Shown on a variety of tops and blazers, fabric intertwines at the waist creating a statement criss-cross that is sophisticated and chic.

Animal Kingdom

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Balenciaga and Dior put leopard print back on the map with exaggerated coats, form-fitting dresses and matching sets in their collections. Blame it on the mob wife aesthetic, but leopard will be back in a big way come fall.

Red With Lust

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Isabel Marant and Hermès proved that the excitement on all things red isn't coming to a close anytime soon. The fall/winter season will feature deep cheery reds, burgundy and muted reds.

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