The two young designers behind Au Jour Le Jour are ones to watch. Mirko Fontana and Diego Marquez are creating a new kind of femininity with their collection of wonderfully tailored jackets, pants and dresses in the most whimsical and bold prints. Panda suit, anyone?
We’re loving Otte‘s in-house line of luxe and timeless basics. Inspired by their own customers, Otte’s Signature collection provides a strong foundation to any wardrobe – mostly made up of silk basics like dresses, blouses, tanks and track shorts in neutral colors, with the occasional pop of color and animal prints.
Sure it may be a bit over the top but you can’t deny how adorably sweet this Latvian children’s clothing line is. Inspired by fairy tales, Aristocrat Kids hand produces precious girls clothing in luxurious fabrics like silk, cashmere, wool, and linen. Can we talk about the floral printed raincoat, for example? Too much cuteness in one place, honestly.
We’re just loving the über feminine turn Kira Plastinina has taken for Lublu this fall. Inspired by a young princess playing dress up in her mother’s closet, the Russian designer has taken lace and jacquards, Victorian-like floral prints, full volume skirts and dresses, and capelets for a youthful spin. Her fall campaign, shot by Tommy Ton, features everyone’s favorite streets style darlings donning her wears on the streets of New York City. What’s not to love?
Australian designer Camilla Franks‘ kaftans and dresses are exactly what I’d imagine wearing 24/7 in my paradisal utopia. Her explosive prints are simply mind blowing and the details in the styling of her fall lookbook are utterly inspiring. Honestly, glorious!
After meeting Gaby Basora last year, it was plain to see that her exuberance and zest for life translates into her coveted collections for Tucker. She simply kills it season after season with playful prints in the form of dresses, midi skirts, blouses and jumpsuits – most all of which I want to incorporate into my wardrobe come fall!