Whether you've dubbed it the 'old money' aesthetic or 'quiet luxury', a trend for understated refinement has seeped onto the streets of our favourite fashion capitals – and we can only blame the Roy's for this subtle sartorial revolution
From the very start, Succession has been synonymous with wealth, power, and excess as the Roys have battled it out for corporate success. However, amidst the family's relentless pursuit of power and the extravagant lifestyle that accompanies it, a new aesthetic emerged—one that emphasises subtle sophistication and understated opulence over flamboyance: ‘quiet luxury’.
When it comes to ‘quiet luxury’, the beauty lies in the details: the fine craftsmanship, the understated silhouettes, and the luxurious fabrics. Each ensemble, carefully curated to evoke an aura of effortless class, speaking volumes about refined tastes and a discerning eye for quality.
During fashion week, the influence of quiet luxury extended beyond the confines of both silver screens and opulent runways. Spilling onto the streets of our favourite fashion capitals, a new breed of sartorial savants elevated the trend – effortlessly combining high-quality basics, luxurious fabrics, and thoughtful details.
Transcending trends with logo-less looks and lack of excessive embellishment. It’s a visual feast that inspires us to redefine our relationship with fashion and embrace a more restrained yet undeniably chic approach to personal style.