7 Fall-Inspired Style Trends for You and Your Home

A cozy sweater, ochre couch and some orange-toned trail shoes are just some of the items that have us excited for Fall.

One of the world’s oldest—and greenest—beauty companies, Guerlain launches its unisex Tobacco and Honey perfume in notes of tobacco leaf, leather, smoke, chocolate and wood. From $470/100 ml, exclusively at holtrenfrew.com

Crafted in 100-percent recycled fabric made from post-consumer water bottles, Herschel’s New Classics collection includes the Classic tote in Floral Revival. $48, herschel.ca

Keep summer’s glow on with Chanel’s Fall-Winter 2023 Douceur d’Équinoxe 797 embossed Beige et Corail blush. $90, chanel.com

Canada-based Alder Apparel’s size-inclusive and sustainable Open Air pants arrive crafted in Bluesign-certified biodegradable and moisture-wicking modal with seven pockets and adjustable reflective strips. $202, alderapparel.com


Step into fall with Canada Goose’s new Glacier Trail kicks in Sundial Orange featuring waterproof and temperature-regulating properties. $495, canadagoose.ca

Fall for the iconic Bubble 2 sofa by Sacha Lakic for Roche Bobois, now reimagined in three new ’70s teddy-style fabrics: olive, ochre and terracotta. From $13,740, roche-bobois.com


Vancouver-based Duer’s brushed terry collared pullover is both cozy sweatshirt and elegant sweater all in one. $109, duer.ca

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Vancouver-based luxury luggage upstart Monos’s first brick-and-mortar store showcases minimalist, functional luggage that won’t break the bank—and comes with a lifetime warranty. monos.com


This story was originally published in the 2023 September/October issue of Vancouver Magazine.