The last days of February and the first days of March in Europe have been full of fashion in the main cities. London, Milan and Paris They have received personalities from the industry, celebrities and fans of this art to attend the shows presented by the Fashion Weeks, and thus learn about new trends.
At this time, the firms present their Autumn/Winter 2023-2024 collections and, despite this, there has been no shortage of necklines, transparencies and shine on the catwalks that become the main protagonists if a general conclusion is made. There was also no shortage of classic and conservative designs for those who prefer not to take risks.
Thanks to social networks, more and more names of fashion influencers appear on the guest list for these fashion shows, a fact that has opened the door for Latinos to say present. Here are the details.
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The Portuguese model, who has lived in Los Angeles for a few years, traveled to Europe in mid-February to attend the best fashion week catwalks in London, Milan and Paris. In some parades she was a special guest in the front row and for this reason she dazzled with different looks chosen and created by renowned designers.
In the English capital, for the Richard Quinn show, she wore a black dress with sparkles, tone and texture that were very present in this new collection.
In Paris, he attended the catwalk of the Italian brand off-white which opened a new chapter with this presentation after the unexpected death of its founder Virgil Abloh.
A year and a half later, renewed proposals arrive from the hand of his successor, Ib Kamara, a fusion of innocence, culture, vulnerability and imagination that has received the name of Lunar Delivery. Sunglasses and neutral and also striking colors have been the protagonists. Sara wore a total blue look with white boots.
Zendaya’s appearance in Paris has been one of the most talked about after being named as an ambassador for Louis Vuitton.
In the dead of winter, the actress appeared in shorts, a jacket with a bralette underneath, and high animal print boots. Her look could not be more fashionable, since short suits have been on all the catwalks. Other stars like Gigi Hadid and Jennifer Lawrence have recently been photographed wearing an equally fresh take on traditional tailoring.
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The Venezuelan businesswoman and influencer based in Ecuador traveled to Paris to be at her first Fashion Week as a guest. Although she has attended catwalks by different designers, this special participation was for the show that Chanel did, in charge of closing the last day of Fashion Week. Le Grand Palais Éphémère, the exhibition hall that hosted the parade, received celebrities and the odd curious person who showed up at the place.
Dani wore an exclusive design from the firm and combined it with pants and a long oversized jacket. She thanked her community for helping her fulfill one of her dreams. The camellia flower was the great protagonist of this show.
Trends left by the big firms
In Paris, the Italian brand led by Pierpaolo Piccioli returns with the tailoring trend in style. And he has added a common element in almost all of his designs: the tie, transforming the concept of him and removing the uniquely masculine reference. Now it can be the perfect companion to a minidress or a pronounced neckline.
Although the suits are of a classic cut, they have not forgotten the most current fabrics such as glitter and transparencies. And despite the fact that the looks follow the same theme, it has not been monotonous. Black has been the main color, but it has also played with red, green and yellow.
Fans of this British firm were waiting for this moment at London Fashion Week as it debuted as designer Daniel Lee. The expectation was very high for the creative, but he fulfilled what was expected.
Plaid patterned coats and skirts and a modern punk twist played by Lee were a highlight for this new collection. He featured both conservative and ‘instagrammable’ pieces.