The Biggest Fashion Trends of 2024

Even though 2024 isn’t here yet, its most popular fashion trends have already been seen on the Spring/Summer 2024 runways at the fashion weeks in New York, Milan, Paris, and London.

We adore seeing a glimpse into the future of fashion, even though the industry’s forward-looking manufacturing cycles always cause a little bit of seasonal dissonance during Fashion Week.


Alert trend-spotters can get an early start on dressing in the most desirable looks of the next year, including the twelve themes that will shape 2024’s fashion spotlight, because SS24 collections launch in the fall.



We were pleased to see that designers such as Bottega Veneta, Burberry, Gucci, Mugler, and Tom Ford have not abandoned fringe for the spring and summer seasons.

The fringe forecast for 2024 calls for ultra-fine strands of micro-fringe, which are the width of thread or floss rather than yarn, to be used to accent hemlines and direct the eye to key elements of outerwear, dresses, and separates.

Fringe in 2024 will unquestionably represent a higher level of sophistication than what we have saw in past seasons, which will result in an intriguing contrast.

The size of this fringe creates a more understated appearance.

The fact that it is so understated, however, makes it possible to mix it into a wider variety of garments, such as the sleeveless collared shirt by Giorgio Armani and the midi skirt by Bottega Veneta that is shown above.

To summarize: Because of its size and refinement, the micro-fringe that was introduced in 2024 is more subversive than the bulkier variants that came before it.

Business Sensual


The 2024 fashion trend that has undergone the most significant transformation is likely to be the one that has been seen the most frequently on the Spring/Summer runways.

This phenomenon is known as sheer dressing. During the course of Fashion Month, gauzy translucent materials made their way out of the domain of ethereal gowns and into the conversation about attire for work casual.

Philosophy, Givenchy, and Sportmax Products Blouses, midi skirts, and button-downs were sent down the catwalk by Lorenzo Serafini and Issey Miyake.

These garments would not seem out of place in an office setting if they were just a shade less translucent.

Taking a slightly different approach, Chanel, Carolina Herrera, and Michael Kors all wore matching sets, pinafores, and maxi dresses with hemlines that were extremely conservative.

Major Mod Micro-Minis


What is the point of wearing a bodycon little dress when you already have one that is completely embellished?

This topic is posed by another significant fashion trend that will be prevalent in 2024: micro-minis that are studded with rhinestones and sequins.

This joyful union of boxy mod silhouettes and shimmering finishes includes a wide range of styles, such as the peachy nude and pearlescent paillettes and shift dress structures seen at Carolina Hererra and Richard Quinn, as well as Gucci’s relaxed-to-the-point-of-pinafore tangerine dream dress that features a gothic checkerboard of rhinestones.

In the meantime, fashion designers such as Christian Cowan, Michael Kors, and Versace infused elements of the 1970s style, such as bell sleeves and abstract floral designs, into their interpretations of this golden and groovy trend.

Subversive Prep


At Bally, Miu Miu, Loewe, Susan Fang, and Moschino, the classic preppy layers that include cardigans, button-downs, polo shirts, and pull-overs were given a new look by the addition of flouncy, foamy tulle and layered short skirts.

Our best trends take what we like about existent aesthetics and infuse something new into the look. Extra points are awarded for turning a trend on its head, which is a concept that we find particularly appealing.

Subversive preppy getups are exactly that: they combine masculine and feminine feelings, as well as harsh and soft, angular and airy, and angular and airy sensations, to create a remix that is wonderfully adventurous.

Punk Rococo


The ultra-feminine bows and frills that were worn with unrepentant boldness and edgy accessories were the ones who took the torch of the 2023 coquette image at collections such as Erdem, Kimhekim, Moschino, and Sixdo.

While this was going on, designers like as Simone Rocha, Palomo Spain, Adeam, and Dior were getting downright goth-adjacent by wearing wedding dress-worthy layers of lace and tulle with black jewelry, boots, and in some cases lipstick.

Call to Armor


We had been expecting that the knight in shining armor styles that were shown at Jean Paul Gaultier, Balenciaga, and Georges Chakra during Couture Fashion Week were not a one-off, and it appears that 2024 will not let us down from our expectations.

Designers such as Rabanne, Coperni, Alexander McQueen, Ralph Lauren, and Isabel Marant were responsible for bringing the medieval battlefield onto the catwalk and into our 2024 ‘fit rotation.

Breastplates, chainmail, and structured metallics were the elements that brought the medieval battlefield to life.

Sling It Back


Slingback heels, the likes of which haven’t been seen quite this sleekly secretarial or vampy since the ’90s, made an appearance on the runways of Saint Laurent, Phillip Lim, and Gucci in 2024, which may be the most recognizably throwback trend of the year 2024.

At Valentino, a more subdued approach was taken to the creation of more subdued flats, and versions of kitten heels were also making waves.

While we are thrilled to see the traditional slingback pump silhouette making a comeback, we were equally fascinated by the designers who reinterpreted slingback features and incorporated them into a variety of other designs.

In the Chanel collection, slingback ankle straps were seen on ballet flats that were studded with jewels.

For a deliciously informal take on the trend, Versace added clear blink-and-you’ll-miss-it slingback features to its lucite block heels and Zimmermann blended mules, clogs, and slingbacks. Both of these pairs of shoes were designed by Zimmermann.

Pastoral Idyll

To the delight of art historians! At the SS24 runways, the lush paradise of pastoral and bucolic oil paintings came to life in the most elevated take on spring florals that we have seen in years. These paintings were displayed all over the runways.

During our time at Zimmermann, Giambattista Valli, and Erdem, we were surrounded by layers of lace and tulle that were intricately stitched, providing us with the romantic feel of an idyllic piece of art.

We are come to witness the shepherdess serving from a reclining position in the middle of a field of wildflowers.

We are reminded of the little landscapes that are adorning bone china tea sets by the pastoral designs, ornamented gowns, and long skirts that are featured at Carolina Herrera and Elie Saab.

” There is no disrespect intended for the hyperrealistic, glitter-spangled, or retro florals that were popular in previous seasons; but, we are captivated by the way that this new approach infuses a traditional spring trend with an air of refinement that was not present in the past.

Emotional Support Bags


Do you require a hug? The micro-bag is unable to accomplish what a slouchy large bag can: In addition to providing you with something to cuddle up to, it will hold everything you require for work, including your laptop.

When compared to the mini-purses that were popular in previous seasons, the trendiest bags of 2024 are a world away from being carried over the shoulder or tucked under an arm.

With styles ranging from Bottega’s gunmetal take on a woven market basket to Valentino’s mega-tote, which is fashioned in a more classical manner, there are a lot of different ways to approach this trend.

Ice, Ice, Baby


In the year 2024, when frosty metallics will replace the traditional spring pastels, we said, “Brrr, it’s cold in here.” At the very least, it will be freezing in 2024.

When the weather starts to warm up, not everyone wants to wear colors that are associated with Easter or cupcakes.

However, we are not going to turn our noses up at the soft color palettes that are typically associated with the changing of seasons.

A new color palette that has the airy and lightness of pastels but is amplified with the bite of winter ice is going to be the most popular color trend of 2024.

With variations sent down the runways at LaQuan Smith, Versace, Bottega Veneta, Wiederhoeft, and Tom Ford, glacial blue stood out as the cold tone of choice for the year 2024.

However, variations of silvery green, liquid rose, and frosty lilac also made appearances, thanks to Giambattista Valli, Christian Cowan, and Issey Miyake.

Sock It to ‘Em


If the runways for SS24 are any indicator, the fashion industry has firmly established itself on the side of the controversy regarding whether or not socks should be worn with heels or sandals.

At Victoria Beckham, Givenchy, Phillip Lim, and Anteprima, models wore socks that were nearly knee-high and sheer.

They paired these socks with modern pumps, sandals with open toes, and ballet flats that were more subdued.

In order to take things to the next level, Etro and Moschino went for full-on statement socks that were paired with sandals and strappy summer flats. On the other hand, Moschino placed frilly ankle socks over lace tights in order to take a more-is-more approach to the trend.

Golden Knots


Redoubled loops and twisted, swooping spheres gave the large droplet earring design that dominated 2023 a more definite shape at Saint Laurent and Schiaparelli.

This trend was carried out by both of these fashion houses.

Taking a mismatched approach to this style, Alexander McQueen and Coperni paired enormous double-hoop cuffs with dangling statement earrings, which is another key jewelry moment for the year 2024.







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