Our first favorite, although controversial, the low-rise trends. Brought up to date by Julia Fox low-rise has been popular for a few seasons now, and it’s here to stay. Highly present in Stella McCartney’s Spring 2023 Ready-To-Wear show in front of the Centre Pompidou in Paris, low-rise is found not only with pants but belts, skirts and more. 


Already adopted by Prada in Milan, the Miu Miu show was full of layering, a cosy trend to keep you warm this winter. A trend already adopted by Paris’ street stylers that can work out with pretty much everything you already have in your closet, from your favorite coat to your grandmother's knitted jumpsuit. 

Video Games Inspiration

Video Games are having a moment (again), and we are here for it. Loewe, the brand that never failed to amaze, presented last week video games-inspired pixelated garments as part of their Spring 2023 Ready-To-Wear collection. The collection features blockish details giving an impression of low-definition.

Glitter Core

Whether you are already prepping for new year celebrations or have an all-year love for glitters, this new glitter core trend is for you. Presents on Miu Miu, Valentino, Chanel’s and many more shows during Paris Fashion Week, something tells us this trend is only starting.