Best of 2023 – Style

From the world of cinema to new trends on social media, the unforgettable moments and fashion trends of 2023 are narrated in our Style section.

What does Saint Laurent have to do with “Strange Way of Life”? The answer is simple and is revealed by the short film’s poster, where the first thing we read at the top is: “SAINT LAURENT BY Anthony Vaccarello PRESENTS…”. Indeed, Saint Laurent and El Deseo Production have produced the latest work of the Spanish director, and more. The Creative Director of the French house, Anthony Vaccarello, personally supervised the creation of the costumes featured in the short film.

Demonflyingfox, a Patreon user, has immersed Batman, Star Wars, Game of Thrones, The Lord of the Rings, Breaking Bad, The Office, and Marvel characters into the aesthetic world dominated by Demna and Balenciaga.

“This Telfar bag imported,” sings Beyoncé in Summer Renaissance, taking us into her wardrobe and mentioning brands like Balenciaga, Prada, and Givenchy. But Telfar bags stormed the fashion world long before Beyoncé’s endorsement, earning the title of “Bushwick Birkin.”

Paco Rabanne is no longer Paco Rabanne. Just Rabanne, or rather, rabanne. The maison is undergoing a rebranding not only by changing the name but also by transforming the visual identity.


This year more than ever, the most elegant sport of all seems to have gained new relevance not only in the world of fashion but also in pop culture.


Nearly a hundred years after the first pair conceived by Jacob Galob, the founder of Everlast, boxer shorts are back. A garment that has not only evolved over time but has become the star of the summer. This return seems to come from Miu Miu SS22, and we’ve tried to map the characteristics of this trend.


The sweatshirt with the inscription “I am Kenough” reflects the character wearing it, a Ken who, after experiencing patriarchy and transforming Barbieland into Kenland, retraces his steps by identifying himself through Barbie’s words on a mission to save the situation.


From the first season of The Bear, every aspect of the style and looks of the characters seems carefully crafted. Starting with the protagonist: Carmy, played by Jeremy Allen White.


Allison Bornstein has gathered over 235,000 views on TikTok thanks to her theory on the “wrong shoe” pairing. A phenomenon that has taken over the most fashionable section of the Chinese social platform and turned this method into a book, Wear it Well, challenging the way we think about pairings.

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