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L.A.-based designers Stephanie Danan and Justin Kern create inspired collections of voluminous yet wearable pieces that artfully challenge how we define timelessness.
Women who "appreciate the unexpected" will revel in the poetic asymmetry, deconstructed shirting and dramatic color flourishes of Monse, launched by industry alums—and life partners—Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim.
Within Atlein's first year, founder Antonin Tron won the ANDAM First Collections Prize and was named an LVMH finalist, thanks in part to his masterful manipulation of jersey into fluid, body-contouring silhouettes.
Feminine structure meets luxe slouch. "Enhancing a sense of movement is paramount; it's sensual and alluring and gives strength and confidence," Italian designer Sara Battaglia told Vogue, "but always in a gentle, elegant way."
The American designer explores the idea of ease with sumptuous minimalism and beautiful proportions.
This celeb stylist turned designer—and recently minted CFDA member—focuses his made-in-NYC line on sharp tailoring and sleek yet sculptural forms.
Explore Christopher Bailey's latest collection for the iconic British fashion house, featuring reworked classics you'll want to live in.