LuisaViaRoma is the Italian luxury retailer that fashion fans are bound to have on their radar. A shopping destination that offers a variety of cult items and sizes, it’s your best bet when it comes to unique finds. Founded in 1929, the Florence-based retailer is known for its curated selection of new-season items and discounts. Be it emerging independent labels or household names, LuisaViaRoma provides over more than 600 brands across womenswear, menswear, lifestyle and beauty. Highlights of LuisaViaRoma’s curation include Balmain, Versace, Mach & Mach, Nensi Dojaka, and Dsquared2 as well as eco-conscious options on the platform’s LVRSustain section.
Whether you’re finding a wardrobe essential or adding the latest drop to your cart, a cursory scroll through LuisaViaRoma’s online site never fails to present an offer that catches your eye. Not to mention, its curated shopping edits for street style, evening wear and transitional seasons boast an Italian flair. While LuisaViaRoma‘s flagship store remains located right where it all began in Florence’s famous Via Roma, those of us who are shopping further afield can count on its worldwide shipping service.
If you’re looking to find the best pieces on LuisaViaRoma, peruse Vogue Singapore’s curation of the key spring/summer 2023 trends to shop. Below, explore LuisaViaRoma’s new arrivals that will take you through the year and beyond.
Denim-on-denim—otherwise known as the Canadian tuxedo—recalls the Y2K fashion faux pas when Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears sported the look. Fast forward to today, doubling layers of denim has become a tried and tested street style favourite amongst the likes of Bella Hadid, Julia Fox, and Rina Sawayama. As seen on the runways this season over at Diesel and Blumarine, denim is the fabric of choice for subversive basics, belts, and bustiers. To try your hand at the trend, experiment with textures and silhouettes. Our style tip is to keep the washes different shades apart and vary proportions. If you’re aiming for a bolder twist on the trend, consider Magda Butrym‘s mini skirt for its cascading sash or Alexander McQueen‘s halter-neck jacket.
Earlier this week at the 2023 Grammys ceremony, Doja Cat stunned in a brown, fully laced corset dress and matching boots by KNWLS. With the gown’s tan distressed leather, it made a strong case for earthy tones this season. The spring/summer 2023 runways at Saint Laurent, Fendi and Miu Miu offered an array of hooded dresses, jackets, and skirts in leathers and brown hues. Be it vintage preppy styles or utilitarian outfits, shades of brown can be easily incorporated into your everyday rotation with a structured blazer or a pair of boots. One personal favourite is Gucci’s tall leather boots that works for any occasion.
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Classic neutrals by way of cream shades have made their rounds during the spring/summer 2023 shows. From street style mavens to the runways of Valentino and Rejina Pyo, various interpretations of off-whites have found their way on one-piece suits, knits, and bags. When going for a minimalistic look, be sure to accessorise and mix up textures to create a unique outfit. Tap into the trend with Themoirè‘s woven clutches or Jil Sander‘s long hair boots that will elevate any outfit with a luxuriously soft feel and elegant beige hue.
If Barbiecore and beetroot purple joined forces, you’d get fuchsia. Rick Owens led the pack this season, presenting an array of sheer dresses and blazers in the striking tone. Meanwhile, LaQuan Smith and Zuhair Murad used the bold shade in evening wear. For after-hours, consider Versace‘s playful spin on velour fuchsia in Y2K styles. Add a dose of drama with sequins, ruffles, or fringe details to make a bold statement. If you’re considering incorporating the bright hue into your wardrobe, a good start would be an accessory like Diesel’s viral 1DR bag or unfussy footwear from The Attico.