While spring and fall seasons may give us more to to ooh and ahh over,
We have a weakness for Erdem's floral prints, which he always finds a new way of doing so we know we'll never get sick of them. We're also digging the turtlenecks.
This updated Diane Keaton-in-Manhattan--inspired collection is my dream wardrobe. How does Scott Sternberg always manage to get it right?
Who didn't drool over Karl Lagerfeld's beautiful pre-fall show? His inspiration was a blend of Paris and Bombai and the result--tweed jackets with Nehru collars, metallic sari-esque evening gowns some to-die-for accessories--was a smash hit.
The prints, the luxurious fabrics, the embroidery, the classic silhouettes. Wu knows how to make pretty clothes in the most exciting ways.
Confession: one of the main reasons we're including this collection is that it was apparently inspired by spiderwebs spun by spiders on drugs. Yep, that is really a thing. This manifested in amazing motifs woven into sweaters and intricate prints on gorgeous chiffon dresses. Cool, right?
We love the young, playful vibe of Thakoon's secondary line. How fun are those mixed prints and little dresses? It also doesn't hurt that it's more affordable than regular Thakoon.
Theyskens' clothes may be for day-to-day, but with cool elements like shiny silver, combat boots and abstract prints, they're still packed with drama and a bit of darkness.
Everything in this collection from the frilly dresses to the sleek suiting was too gorgeous for words.