The flagship accessory that's back in the spotlight

Fashion Week is THE time for designers and fashion lovers from all over the world. This year, the Fall-Winter 23/24 collection was marked by the return of a vintage accessory: the brooch. 


While fashion has always been characterized by cycles of reinvention and recycling, the brooch is an accessory that hasn't been seen for a long time on the fashion week runways. However, that seems to be changing. During this fashion week, the brooch was a must-have accessory for designers and models.

A clamped pin

Present on the looks of Kenzo, Marine Serre, Louis Vuitton and many others, the brooch is the star detail of the last Paris Fashion Week. Seen onjackets, dresses, shirts and even hats, it was the accessory of the season

Also as a buttonhole on Nina Ricci coats or Paco Rabanne dresses, the brooch can be used in all forms. Used creatively by some houses, it has added a personal touch to many outfits.

And here again, the clap is on display. Versatile, it can be used in many different ways: to add a touch of color to a monotonous outfit, to draw attention to a part of the body, or to add some fantasy to a simple outfit.


Claps are also a great way to add a personal touch to an outfit, showing your personality and unique style.

In addition, claps are the alternative to heavier jewelry, such as necklaces or bracelets. They are unisex accessories that can be worn by anyone, regardless of style or age.


In conclusion

The use of the brooch during the various Fashion Weeks was a nice surprise especially on the side of the male wardrobe. We note that almost all the latest collections have brooches. Retro and vintage side for modern outfits or sophisticated on more casual outfits, there was something for everyone.

Ultimately, the brooch is an accessory that has been neglected for too long. But easy to use and versatile, we can confirm that the brooch is making a comeback at Fashion Week. 

It only remains to be seen how it will be used for the coming seasons!