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And juuust like that, another season of shows across New York, London, Milan, and Paris have come to a close. As an editor who’s been both fascinated and wiped out by the fashion month, I’m a little bummed that the hype is all over, but I’m happy we’ve got all these cool looks to anticipate. While there was a lot of newness found on the runways and at special presentations, there have also been a few trends that have come back around—but this time with an updated twist. And we like twists, don’t we?
Let’s get ready to embrace low-rise pants and micro-mini shorts (I mean, have you seen Hailey Bieber kill this look?), floor length fringe, and so. Much. More. And yeah, sure…we’ve pretty much just entered fall (and have finally accepted that fab, cold weather fashion is here to stay for a lil while), but we can still get excited for next spring and summer now, right? Keep scrolling for 6 major spring/summer 2024 fashion trends because it’s never too soon to start planning!
Fringe is one of those trends that keeps coming back, so this resurgence wasn’t at all surprising. However, this latest vibe is everything. I mean, crystal fringe? It’s just too good.
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Draping has taken over the runway this season. So mark my words: a gorgeous draped dress will be the perfect piece to add to your wardrobe.
Who wears short-shorts? (As in so short, they’re actually basically bikini bottoms? We do, duh. Shorts are shorter than ever before and so you def should follow suit with some no-pants looks. Hey, we don’t make the rules!
Sweats All Day
Who doesn’t love a good sweatshirt moment? Designers have showed us how to pair our favorite loungewear with our day-to-day outfits. Basically, we’re never taking our sweats off. Call it pandemic fashion but for public slay.
Yes, peplum is truly back. (I know, I’m thinking about my fave peplum top I wore in the 2010s, too.) Designers took this throwback style and focused on exaggerated hip moments to make it feel new. Watch out, world—we’re grown now.
Whether you love it or hate it, we have to break the news—low-rise waists have officially made their way back into the trend cycle. Prepare yourself now.
Cassie Anderson is the fashion director for Cosmopolitan, where she leads celebrity styling and fashion continuity for the print magazine and the brand’s digital platforms. Cassie joined Cosmopolitan after 10 years of editing and styling at Harper’s BAZAAR. Cassie has also styled for other Hearst titles, including Elle, Town & Country, and Esquire. Follow her fabulous feed – featuring the A-list talent she’s styled – on Instagram and TikTok.
Danielle is the Fashion Editor at Cosmopolitan, where she covers the American and British ready-to-wear markets and handles fashion for all cover and fashion stories in book and online. When she’s not working on print, she covers all the latest fashion trends and news for digital. Danielle started as a Fashion Intern for Cosmopolitan in 2016 and has been with the magazine ever since. Follow her journey in the fashion industry on Instagram.