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What's New In Fashion: From Lacoste to Hugo Boss

Our favorite new moments in fashion, hand-picked by our editors.


Lacoste x Commes de Garçons

Lacoste and Commes de Garçons’ sub-label SHIRT have teamed up for a capsule that focuses solely on what to wear on the top. Ranging from knits, polo shirts, button-downs, and t-shirts, the collection features the major detail of asymmetrical silhouettes that can be found almost everywhere. Pieces such as a blue checkered asymmetrical button-down shirt sprinkled with tiny Lacoste crocodiles and a simple rose pink t-shirt with an asymmetrical hemline and Lacoste logo in the corner are just a few examples from the capsule that highlight the two labels' combination of design. Check out the collection on the Dover Street Market website.


COS FW23

COS has always focused on sustainability, making clothes that are intended to last “beyond the season” with simplicity and craftsmanship in mind. For the label’s Fall/Winter 2023 campaign, the focus remains the same, but with an intention of a more elevated experience through classic and elegant designs. The simplicity remains the same in pieces such as a black tailored blazer, a pinstripe suit jacket, a camel-colored trench wool coat, and oversized knit sweaters. A hint of edginess can be found in a sherpa-trimmed leather jacket and black leather handbags of various styles. Relaxed yet polished, fluid yet tailored, this collection is the center of effortlessness. Check out the collection on the COS website.


Hugo Boss Fall/Winter 2023

Social media stars have taken to Hugo Boss’s new BOSS Fall/Winter 2023 campaign dressed in classic BOSS denim, leather, and tie-dye looks. Influencers such as Bella Poarch, Chase Huddy, and Ashley Moore are front runners of the campaign, donning pieces such as a black and red ombre-dyed denim jacket, a black leather jacket adorned with zippers, and a smiley face painted jacket. Chain-embellished pants and chrome studded handbags are other punk-aesthetic pieces you can find in the campaign. Check out the collection on the Hugo Boss website.


Feng Chen Wang Fall/Winter 2023

From the runways of Paris Fashion Week comes London-based designer Feng Chen Wang’s Fall/Winter 2023 collection, ready for retail. Inspired by ancient Chinese traditions and motifs, the collection touches on hundreds of years of practices, such as Chinese knots, while combining modern and contemporary details that can be seen in suit jackets and leather puffer jackets. Quilted patterns and hues of blue, red, and pink spread throughout the collection, and designs of oversized nature are staples. Check out the collection on Feng Chen Wang’s website.



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