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Best AW23 Trends from NYFW | Cavanagh Baker

Best AW23 Trends from NYFW | Cavanagh Baker

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With NYFW coming to a close, we’ve broken down the top trends seen at Cavanagh Baker and other designer collections.

Cavanagh Baker, renowned for her exquisite designs and impeccable taste, unveils the best AW23 trends from New York Fashion Week (NYFW). With an unparalleled eye for detail and a keen understanding of the fashion landscape, Cavanagh Baker presents a collection that captures the essence of the season.

From the moment the models hit the runway, it’s clear that Cavanagh Baker has curated a collection that embraces both timeless elegance and contemporary flair. The use of rich, luxurious fabrics in deep jewel tones sets the tone for the season, while bold prints and patterns make a statement on the catwalk.

One of the standout trends in Cavanagh Baker’s AW23 collection is the incorporation of oversized outerwear. From exaggerated coats to voluminous jackets, these pieces are designed to make a statement while keeping you warm and stylish during the colder months.

Another notable trend is the resurgence of tailored suits and structured separates. Cavanagh Baker elevates this classic silhouette with unique details and unexpected combinations, showcasing her ability to create effortlessly chic ensembles that exude confidence and sophistication.

Dark Gothic Gowns

With gowns reminiscent of Mortia Addams, as if we were all watching Wednesday this fall. This trend also went down the runway at Rodarte and Coach.

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Hand-Beaded Matching Sets

Matching sets give way to looking effortlessly chic. As seen at Son Jung Wan and Proenza Schouler.

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Tailored Suiting

Classic silhouettes were reworked with a modern twist. Also seen at SIMKHAI and Norma Kamali.

Sequin Novelty Gowns

Sequin novelty naked dress gowns are back! Also seen at Naeem Khan and Jason Wu

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Crystal Detailing

Cavanagh gives an ode to historic couture houses with intricate handwork detailing. As seen at Christian Cowan and Carolina Herrera.



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