With Paris holding its final show last week, the run of the fashion shows from the big four has come to a close. And, what a time it has been. With so many shows and design milestones – from Ralph Lauren‘s 50th anniversary to Riccardo Tisci‘s debut for Burberry, even we are still processing everything. In turn, we have brought together our favorite looks from each city, beginning with New York – New York Fashion Week.
What we are liking most about Brock‘s ss19 collection is what seems to be a touch of innocence to the looks. We have some lace, some ruffles and some sheer fabrics, although, nothing is too overly done. We appreciate these touches mixed with the corset, balconette top to even the footwear. There is something that draws us in by this brand’s latest collection, which is designed by the Los Angeles-based duo Laura Vassar Brock and Kristopher Brock.
Read more at brock-collection.com.
The American designer is celebrating his 50th anniversary this year, and he held his show in New York City’s Central Park’s Bethesda Terrace. Leveraging the “see-now, buy-now” approach, the runway looks are available for purchase. And of course, one look at his designs, and you know it is Ralph Lauren. We have selected our favorite looks from the fall-winter 2018 show.
Read more at ralphlauren.com.
What can we say about Zimmermann, except for the fact we continue to love the styles the brand sends down the runway. There is still something fresh and fun about this brand, which was founded in 1991. For the Australian brand’s ss19 collection, “Ninety-Six”, we have all that we have come to expect from Zimmermann – ruffles, details and dresses – and more.
P.S. Jumpsuits are back. We not only saw them on the streets during Fashion Week in London and Paris, but we are seeing them pop up in various runway shows – Zimmermann is one of those shows.
Read more at zimmermannwear.com.
Los Angeles-based L’Agence made its NYFW debut with a presentation to buyers, editors and influencers at Soho’s Industria Studios, on Wednesday 5 September. What stood out most for us with this collection was how we could dress it up or down and mix-and-match these pieces with items currently in our wardrobe.
Ever since we stumbled upon L’Agence while we were out shopping, we have been hooked with this brand. They filled a void in our wardrobe, and they offer timeless pieces, which are highlighted in this ss19 collection.
The imagery shown below was captured by Jacopo Moschin in L.A..
Read more at lagencefashion.com.
This New York based designer is, simply put, always fun. For Anna Sui‘s ss19 show, it was just that – fun, especially in regards to the prints chosen. The designs are ones we can see ourselves wearing out to the beach, to the pool or even pairing with other items in our wardrobe to head out to brunch with friends.
Read more at annasui.com.
This Australian-based swimwear brand was on-hand in New York to showcase their ss19 collection. Peony‘s “Sonnet” collection was inspired by the idea of an Australian prairie where grasslands and meadows meet the sea. As you know, we love swimwear, and we appreciate the exceptional design detail included in this collection, such as panelling and pin-tucking.
Read more at peonyswimwear.com.