In the Midnight Hour


Partywear is all about more, more, more. Relish being the centre of attention as we offer up an antidote to the status quo of occasion dressing.

Remove ‘nothing to wear’ from your vocabulary as we present party looks that exceed the requirements of the season. Challenging the conventional cues of occasion dressing, blazers rest gracefully over floor-sweeping gowns, draping adds drama to cocktail attire and suiting turns its back on structure.

Setting the agenda for a wardrobe that amplifies the celebratory spirit of a full social calendar, this is the moment to embrace with high-voltage velvet, maximalist metallics and all the trimmings. See you on the dancefloor.


When only a gown will do, there’s no excuse to play it safe. Decorated with golden blooms, the dimensional Kaira dress billows gently behind you as you walk for a truly feminine sensibility. Adding dimension to the design, sheer panelling and a deep neckline offer a softness to the impact of a sweeping black silhouette.

"Life is a party, dress like it" - Audrey Hepburn


This season, your failsafe little black number is reinvented in the form of a modern, tailored jumpsuit. Blending a smart high neckline with an open back, the considered simplicity of the Dori allows it to be adapted as needed. Cementing its status as the easiest, most elegant option in any setting.

“It’s not about going to a party. It’s life as a party”
– Diane Von Furstenberg


Who said only dresses fit an after-hours dress code? In 2018 there’s nothing more feminine (or powerful) than a sharply-fitted suit – especially in midnight black. Worn sans shirt, the rebellious impact multiplies, especially when complemented with sharp jewels and a decadent emerald stole.

“Parties are the nightly ritual of the sophisticated society”
– Dominick Dunne


When dressing up, don’t forget your coat. Outerwear now plays a considered role in after-hours dressing, especially when layered over pieces with presence. Trimmed with faux fur, the Orson coat amplifies the glamour of the Aerin maxi, adding a palpably vintage note while still feeling enticingly modern.


There’s something unapologetically disco about gold tailoring. On the Freja blazer, it feels formal, fashionable and free-spirited all at once. Begging to be either softly placed over your shoulders to tie in with a tonal palette or worn as an accent piece, the lustre of satin-finish metallics look unapologetically expensive.