The Biggest Trends At NET-A-PORTER

Often one step ahead when it comes to the latest in luxury fashion, you can always count on NET-A-PORTER to stock the coolest brands and cult pieces in any given season. From colours of the moment to the hottest bag brand, Libby Page – NET-A-PORTER's Market Director – talks us through the bestselling, most newsworthy trends to have on your radar right now.

Created in partnership with NET-A-PORTER

The Classic Campaign

The FW22 campaign ‘Make Maximum Impact’ focused on feeling pulled together in simple yet luxurious fashion. This take on polished minimalism, which included impeccable tailoring and more classic accessories, was NET-A-PORTER's top performing concept of the year. It marked the reinstatement of simplicity and pared-back elegance, which Bottega Veneta and The Row have now established for SS23.

The Colour

Valentino’s iconic pink collection sparked a frenzy which led to 8,200 pink units being sold via the site the week the AW22 campaign launched – from brands like Victoria Beckham to Aje. As we move into 2023, we expect to see more bold and bright colours emerging for the spring season. 

The Bag Brand

Savette’s sleek styles embody the AW mood and this year, the brand has sold particularly well – quite the feat when you consider the fact it’s been a long time since an emerging luxury bag brand, with an elevated price point, has successfully broken into the market. A style like this will become a classic and carry you from season to season.

The Party Mood

If you're planning on adding a touch of sparkle to your wardrobe, you'll be pleased to hear 'Trophy Dressing' was the best performing edit this season on NET-A-PORTER – and the team expects it to continue to be a hit throughout party season. This mood is carried into new season with classic silhouettes drenched in sequins and embellishment. Look out for Valentino’s tailored emerald sequin trousers for SS23.

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