Rising trends include the retro soccer aesthetic and cargo pants, which will become XL in 2023.
Find out what we’ll be wearing next year.
The influence of the Y2K aesthetic will go crazy especially in 2023, the year of the final consecration of early 2000s fashion; denim emerges as a key fabric for all styles, as we have already seen during the Diesel show at Milan Fashion Week SS23, even fueling a certain grunge aesthetic.
While, with a 198% increase in arrivals in fall 2022, Cargo pants will reign supreme among streetwear trends in 2023 as well, albeit with some updates: those in the new year will be even wider of technical fabrics and new heights, including ¾ model. The women’s streetwear style will be the star of the streetwear of the future with maxi skirts declined for all genders and in all materials. The only rule: bare navel.
Retro soccer style has taken off already for a few years, although only relegated to fan scarves, already seen in the collections of Martine Rose and Balenciaga – just to name a few. In 2023 the jersey will go crazy, this time with logos prominently displayed and oversized.
And again, the Varsity jacket, an evergreen of course, but in 2023 it will be worn by practically everyone, not just those nostalgic for Hip Hop and classic Streetwear.