When it comes to fashion trends, New York always has the best to offer. And, with the New York Fashion Week kicking off, the streets are flooded with none other than comfy loafers and sneakers. New Yorkers are very practical people, but that doesn’t stop them from trying the most extraordinary shoe trends. You can easily spot people strolling in Chelsea boots and bomber jackets. The Cowboy boots have only started gaining attention across the globe after Kendall Jenner was seen wearing them. So, if you are still deciding which shoes to wear to work today, check out these street-style trends from the Fall/Winter 2023 season.
1. Cuban Heels
Giuseppe Zanotti presented smooth leather Cuban heels with neat rows of round crystal on them. This fall ’23 trend can be seen on the streets of NYC, especially the white, easy pull-on ankle silhouette heels.
2. Nike Shoes
Nike Zoom Vomero 5 made a return to the spotlight, being the most comfortable go-to shoe that works with every outfit. New York people have also started wearing Nike’s golf-inspired “Grass” edition Air Max 1s.
3. Rihanna’s Salomon’s
Apart from Fashion Week, when Rihanna entered the Super Bowl in her Salomon’s, the trend quickly caught light in New York. Yet another pair of red MM6 Maison Margiela X Salomon Cross Low that was spotted worn by New Yorkers.
4. Dion Lee Knee Boots
Dion Lee offers everything from cut-out boots to thigh-high stilettos. But what hit New York best were the chunky-soled black leather knee-length boots with a distinct slouch to them. The boot belongs to the designer’s snake-shedding-its-skin theme of the collection.
During Paris Fashion Week, Loewe’s Jonathan Anderson presented a series of beautiful loafers with a fuzzy texture and curved heels. The exact footwear was seen worn by actress Sydney Sweeney in Tory Burch’s spring 2023 collection campaign.
Prada Brings Mountain Experience to Stockholm with Pop-up Outdoors
Prada’s famous outdoor pop-up series is going to the capital of Sweden this Saturday. It will be done ahead of Stockholm Fashion Week, happening from Aug 31 to Sept 2- which is finally returning to a physical format. People can witness this outdoor pop-up concept at Norrmalmstorg town square in central Stockholm. It will be right next to the upscale store NK Stockholm.
What’s in Store at the Outdoor Pop-up Series?
The outdoor pop-up is a series of shops and in-store installations. The series is like a story of emotions told by four settings – Garden, Mountain, Coast, and Snow. Each set offers a selection of original products that are synonymous with the respective environment.
After rolling out the Outdoor Garden theme in China in April – the pop-up went to countries like U.S, Japan, Thailand, South Korea, United Arab Emirates, Singapore, and Turkey. They eventually added cost and mountain themes to the mix.
Themes Explored Over the Years Around the World
The themes are not limited to the product selection – the decoration is well done to induce that feeling – in New York, the Prada store was created as a beach setting – it had rocks, sand dunes, white and ocean-blue tents, and=more.
In Stockholm this year, the pop-up space is devoted to mountains – it celebrates mountains and all the opportunities they offer. The pop-up at Stockholm will be created as a luxurious trekking camp surrounded by green grass and trees. It will also offer space for unwinding and socializing. It will have a never seen before collection for both men and women.
What Kind of Products Can One Expect?
For women, the collection will entail metal buckles embedded check-print Re-Nylon dress, nylon raincoat, recycled melange mouline yarn knitwear, vests with a backpack, and much more. For men, one can expect to find multi-pocket vests, sleeveless down jackets, silk twill pajamas, double-match printed shirts with an overprinted logo.
With respect to accessories, one can expect to see tartan printed padded backpacks, single-shoulder backpacks, bucket hats, yoga sets, sporty mirrored glasses, and more.