On the Women’s Fall Winter 2022/23 Catwalks, accessories are made of warm materials, such as knits or fur. Bags take on rigid volumes, collapsing into mini and micro bags, while footwear winks (again) at the Texan style.
Women’s fashion shows, which imagine next autumn/winter 2023, were in particular characterised by warm, soft and enveloping materials, almost featuring a cuddle. Knits, at times voluminous and widely worked, and fur.
Despite the harsh environmentalist struggle, may it be real or fake, the fur itself maintains its natural feature of being both elegant and welcoming. This does not just apply to clothing but also to accessories, such as shoes and bags.
Leather goods are confronted with rigid volumes capable of becoming small design details worn in unusual positions, as well as handbags with sought after retro memories.
The Texan, as well-characterised boot, has never left the scene, but next winter it will be subjected to remarkable design innovations.
And if Max Mara focuses on material mixes, while Tod’s dedicates himself to high leg boots or even combat boots, it is Dior that invokes the world of sport in its proposals. If you are looking for total elegance, take a look at Bottega Veneta.
To be worn on the arm or wrist, small enough to fit in the palm of one hand, practical, comfortable and lightweight… these small bags become a must-have accessory for those who love to carry only the essentials.
The wild side and the glamorous side come together in bags and shoes in animal fur or faux fur, but always very soft as plush and super-chic to hold tight to you on cold days or to softly wrap your feet.
Also for this season the iconic bags are knitted to express a glamorous and cutting-edge luxury, and to confirm the excellent craftsmanship.
Texan-style shoes have always been an evergreen that combines boldness, comfort, style, and a chic quality. A multifaceted and versatile shoe for an urban country style.
You can find all the insights and images of the Fall Winter 2022/23 Women's Fashion Shows in the dedicated special issue.
Contents inside the special issue:
- Warm materials on women’s runways
- A/W 2022/23 New trends
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