Rough Around the Edges
Studded loafers a la Christian Louboutin aren't the only way to don this season's edgy and multi-dimensional aesthetic.
Play with proportions in an androgynous ensemble by Joran de Kok. The designer pairs oversized tuxedo blazers with drop-crotch pants to create a statuesque yet structured look for those who aren't afraid to loosen up.
As summer continues to fade away, the loose silhouette of the t-shirt dress is replaced by the short skirt/long jacket approach. In adding a belt to define one's waist, Cecilia Ku Wu Ting's unique take on the this season's staple piece seamlessly transforms the classic black jacket into a little black dress.
With its fringe detailing and caged aesthetic, Vanessa de Silva's meticulous reconstruction of the cotton tourist tee makes for a chic souvenir for the well-traveled and avant-garde.
The hyper-conceptual yet contrasting aesthetics from bARBARA i gONGINI are expected to add versatility and high design to one's fall wardrobe. Comprised of two lines, I-rEguLar and rEguLar, the Denmark-based brand draws inspiration for its pieces from collaborations with other artists involved in music, photography, and film.
Visuals by Seema. Words by Johanna.