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The Best Street Style of the FW23 Women’s Season

A preview of upcoming trends as seen on the streets of New York, Milan and Paris. From Y2K accessories to monochromatic layering. 


The style calendar resumed in February with womenswear and genderless presentations in fashion capitals around the world.

In New York, Helmut Lang investigated the underlying codes of uniforms, exploring the concept through metal rivets, greased shearling, cowboy prints and more. Heron Preston pushed his vision of workwear further, sending models down the runway in unconventional materials and textures.

The following week in Milan, Matthieu Blazy refined his vision of Bottega Veneta, bringing back trompe-l'œil leather and turning his attention to tailoring and proportions. Gucci reflected on its heritage, delivering a modern reimagining of iconic design eras, from Tom Ford’s sensual and form-fitting silhouettes to Alessandro Michele’s theatrical maximalism. 

A few days later, in Paris, Ib Kamara unveiled his first official collection for Off-White, honoring Virgil Abloh’s legacy while delivering a collection inspired by Afrofuturism. Jun Takahashi recalled the formative music of his youth, imbuing UNDERCOVER pieces with ska-inspired motifs. Christa Bösch and Cosima Gadient presented Ottolinger FW23 in a decommissioned telecommunications building, debuting an expansive collection of formalwear and styles intended for clubs, parties and events, with most pieces straddling the line between the different worlds.

Industry insiders traveled from city to city, previewing current and upcoming trends. Below, a roundup of the season's best street style looks as captured by Asia Typek.

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