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The Biggest Runway Trends From Paris Fashion Week 2022

Logomania, capes, cargo skirts, and more.

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The trends at Paris Fashion Week did not disappoint, fashion darlings. There were cheeky flares, bold pleats, architectural heels, logos abound, and more. Keep reading to see the most notable trends on the runway for spring ‘23.

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Hip Cut-Outs

Stella McCartney brought back pants featuring cut-out hip designs from the early aughts. The designer herself wore a similar style to the pair seen on Bella Hadid at the 1999 Met Gala.
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Capes

Chanel was just one brand to debut capes with a high-fashion twist for spring ‘23.
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Logomania

Valentino’s Pierpaolo Piccioli put models in bold ‘fits covered in the brand’s signature V logo.
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Edgy Gloves

Victoria Beckham, Dior, Givenchy, and Chanel were among those that served up some weird takes on the evening glove trend.
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Funky Flares

Skintight pleated pants that flared just slightly above the ankles were seen at Sacai.
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Shades Of Purple

Bold looks in varying iterations of purple were spotted at Sacai, Chanel, Dries van Noten, Valentino, Victoria Beckham, and more.
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Jumbo Details

At Louis Vuitton, there were huge belts, buttons, and zippers, while at Thom Browne, the polka-dots were jumbo-sized. Meanwhile, Comme des Garçons, Loewe, and more played with proportions in their own ways.
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Cargo Skirts

Chic cargo skirts made their way down the runway at Givenchy and Miu Miu.
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Voluminous Pleats

Pleated designs could be seen across the board, from Victoria Beckham and Sacai to Givenchy, Rick Owens, and Loewe.
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Angular Heels

Shapely statement heels like these pumps were abundant on the runways, with appearances at Dior, Dries van Noten, and more.
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Dramatic Hoods

Chic hooded looks could be seen at Off-White, Saint Laurent, Comme des Garçons, and Hermès to name a few.
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Eye-Catching Bows

Givenchy and Louis Vuitton both brought whimsical and romantic bow-embellished ‘fits.
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Tanks Over Tops

Top designers like Dior’s Maria Grazia Chiuri and Louis Vuitton’s Nicolas Ghesquière layered elevated tanks and tank-style dresses on top of blouses at PFW.
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Clear Shoes

Valentino and Loewe both introduced see-through footwear for spring — granted, they offered very different iterations of the trend.