25 September 2015
Fashion Brands You Can Wear Right Now
Macro leopard print maxi dress. Flaunt sexy sophistication. This ultra-long, deep V-neck dress in Leopard print is a strong, modern style statement.
Versus' daring mini dress is designed with a smoothing crepe skirt and sinuous semi-sheer jersey overlay that sweeps the floor. This piece has a leather strap that sits below the chest and is embellished with polished designer hardware - perfectly capturing the label's glamorous aesthetic.
OSCAR DE LA RENTA
Oscar de la Renta's runway dress is designed with twisted silk-failleribbons throughout the skirt in a striking Ikat pattern - revealing a hint of skin beneath a layer of tulle. Ornately embellished with glossy black bugle beads and pailletes, this supremely flattering piece has a fitted bodice and soft A-line skirt.
Model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley wore TOM FORD's shimmering mini dress to the designer's Fall '15 show. Crafted in Italy from pure silk, this standout piece is covered in light-reflecting glass bugle beads and has a flattering draped open back.
Etro's Fall '15 runway was inspired by wallpapers, tapestries and ornate boiseries. This long-line coat is crafted from a patchwork of jacquards in rich shades of champagne, mustard, burgundy and black.
SEE BY CHLOÉ
See by Chloé's poncho is part of the label's Fall '15 collection – inspired by the character of Margot in Wes Anderson's The Royal Tenenbaums. This hooded style has been knitted in the UK from exceptionally softoatmeal alpaca-blend, and is finished with contrasting navy side ties.
MARC BY MARC JACOBS
From the Fall '15 runway collection, Marc by Marc Jacobs' mini dress is crafted from lustrous bright-blue velvet. It's backed with scuba-jerseyand comes with a detachable layered mesh skirt underlay to add structure and volume to the silhouette.
Edun's mod-inspired dress was first seen on the label's Fall '15 runway. Crafted from velvety-soft burgundy suede, it's cut in a flattering shift silhouette. Spliced panels of tactile ivory and black leather lend a patchwork finish – referencing the collection's fusion of European and North African aesthetics.