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Mansur Gavriel’s current collection can be summed up in four words: leather, suede, drawstrings and bows. Get gentle on your feet with these adorable heel slippers, or get a bag for virtually every occasion. The Mini Moon Clutch is perfect for a night out, while options like the Lady Bag, Mini Lady Bag, and Large Sun Bag are wonderful for everyday wear. There’s even backpack options for the chic-est (and most loaded) college students.
The seventies are definitely back as Ulla Johnson goes Bohemian—and meets denim. We love the flowy-ness of pieces like the Vasilisia Short Sleeve Dress, the Leena Floral Dress, and the Floral Clementine Dress. The jean pieces, like the Sabi Denim Pants and Nadia Denim Overalls, hearken again to the tied off bows we saw in Mansur Gavriel’s line. (Can we just note that Ulla Johnson found a way to make overalls fashionable again?!?) The unique lines on the Amalia D’Orsay flats have stolen our hearts.
Brock has made it more than okay to wear white after Labor Day again with drop-dead gorgeous pieces like the Daryl V-Neck Liquid Velvet Dress and the more subtly stated Cotton Shirting Denise Dress. Brock also reinforces the crop shirt concept, but rather than showing off midriff, they’re paired with high waisted pencil skirts (as with the Boie Off-the-Shoulder Blouse) or ornate bustiers (as with the Long Sleeve Blouse.)
Rosie Assoulin focused on asymmetrical pieces this season, and we’re loving it. While we’re not sure how practical a one-shoulder cable knit sweater is, we can’t deny that it looks fantastic. The trend continues on through the over-the-top Halter Layered Tutto Dress, the unique wrap top with a detachable sleeve, and the practical Cotton Poplin Off the Shoulder Top. This designer also carries through a nod to the season’s 70’s theme with wide legged pants and jumpsuits with another homage to overalls.
While the styles from all of these designers will cost you a pretty penny, if you’re into high fashion and are going to spend the money anyways, you might as well cut your bill by a hundred bucks. It just makes cents.