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Fashion Week Highlights

Aishly Tromp
March 14, 2024
5 min. read

Wow, can you believe we are already in the third month of 2024? February just passed which means we just enjoyed fashion month with fashion shows all over the world showcasing their Fall/Winter 2024 collections. Here’s a few highlights on some of our favorite designer collections, in case you missed all the fun stuff. The colors, the patterns and trends, we’ve curated it all for you!


Gucci gave us a modern twist on the traditional fall/winter silhouettes we are used to seeing. Creative Director Sabato de Sarno’s inspiration behind the collection was all about feminine refined silhouettes, unique prints and delicate embroidery featuring lace, sequins and lots of intricate details on the garments and even footwear.

Colors ranging from mustard, navy, burgundy and army green stood out the most in this collection. We also saw a beautiful geometric motif on a selection of pieces that really stands out in the crowd.

Carolina Herrera

In true Carolina Herrera fashion, the looks all left you wanting to see more. Creative Director Wes Gordon stayed true to the brand's identity with elegant silhouettes and embellishments that were intricately woven and embroidered. 

Key colors for this collection? Soft pinks, bold red and of course black, white and the classic black & white combo. The looks each special on their own consisted of flattering silhouettes with details such as ruffles, flowers and texture, lots of texture! 

A refreshing take on the darker color palettes we would expect come fall/winter season, Carolina Herrera’s show was a breath of fresh air.

Michael Kors

The Michael Kors collection is all about timeless, opulent simplicity and that’s exactly what we saw during his F/W show. Michael Kors’ main colors for this collection featured lots of dark palettes: black, grey and camel to name a few.

Patterns such as tweed, sequins, and lace were prominent in this collection as well. The pieces consisted of layered coats, turtlenecks and blazers: the fall winter classics. A beautiful feminine collection overall, the runway show was a love letter to women, to New York, and to longevity.


Inspired by a film about life in the war, Prada’s F/W collection featured lots of dark color palettes in strict silhouettes, almost taking us back to the war days back in the 40’s (based on what we researched).

The collection featured lots of two-piece suit sets for her consisting of oversized blazers and skirts. A very traditional look, in true Prada fashion. But not everything was dark and serious, Prada also featured some color in this collection with pops of pinks, blues and purples making an appearance.