Cover These are the trends we've spotted on the runways at New York Fashion Week 2022 (Photo: Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images for Tory Burch)

With the first round of Fashion Month in the Big Apple finished, we’ve spotted the freshest trends for the Spring 2023 season from brands such as Tom Ford, Coach and Tory Burch

1. Disco Diva

Necklines will be getting higher and sequins will be getting sparklier this season, as seen with these Studio 54-esque dresses at Tom Ford and LaQuan Smith. Whether they’re styled with big hair or sleek bun, big hoops are a must.

2. Layering Basics

Tory Burch and Maryam Nassir Zadeh are experts at elevating basics; for their spring 2023 collections, both took those basic a step further by layering them. There were skirts over dresses, skirts over trousers and even skirts over skirts at both shows, with varying degrees of transparency among the fabrics to create depth.

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3. Fringe Factor

Long, flowing fringe is the ultimate embodiment of warmer weather—its movement conjures up swirling waves, sand dunes and the wind blowing through tall grass and flowers.  3.1 Phillip Lim and Michael Kors incorporated this detail into maxi skirts and dresses in knitted and metallic finishes. 


4. Hips Don’t Lie

With Y2K style trends going nowhere fast, low-waisted skirts and trousers continue to appeal. Priscavera offered a variety of hip cut-outs highlighted by ties, while Prabal Gurung opted for floral waist adornments and ruching.

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5. Cutesy Collars

The 2012 Tumblr aesthetic is making its way back around the trend carousel, and Peter Pan collars are cool again. While Coach went full preppy and featured them on cute, puff-sleeved dresses in candy-coloured gingham, Sandy Liang opted for a modern look and worked them into her take on the trench coat.


6. Okay Crochet

Crochet in bold colours will to inspire wardrobes this season. Adam Lippes stuck to a monochrome palette for his crochet dress, whereas Ulla Johnson blended an autumn-inspired colour palette: shades of plum, marigold, ochre and teal appeared in her knitwear pieces.

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7. Well Rounded

The sloping shoulder silhouette reminiscent of early Victorian era dresses was prevalent at the Luar and Carolina Herrera shows, reimagined for modern wearers. The former went for exaggerated shoulder pads that slanted and sloped, while the latter worked deep V and off-the-shoulder necklines into the mix.

8. All Buttoned Up

There were shirts aplenty at Peter Do and Altuzarra. The Vietnamese designer showed his first ever menswear collection this season, and featured a wrapped style shirt that showed ample chest; while the womenswear brand refreshed its vision of the classic work shirt, presenting a peasant blouse styled with loose ties.


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