A Change of Pace


The heat might linger on but it’s time to steer your style into new territory as the first trends from the season ahead begin to shape the sartorial mood of now.

Summer’s high-voltage energy is officially starting to falter, giving way to a more relaxed, mellow atmosphere that heralds the start of a new season – and a fresh crop of trends, shades and shapes playfully hinting at what’s to come.

Exuding a considered polish above all else, trans-seasonal dressing is about embracing the new and translating it into what works for now. From floral prints reimagined in a quieter colourway to rich patterns that make daywear dressing a breeze, our latest collection balances the best of both seasons, with style.

Press Print

Strong, impactful patterns are a modern message for AW18 so if you’re not accustomed to embracing a signature print, it’s time to start now.

On a tailored, vintage-inspired silhouette, the ‘burnout’ design on the Aria dress becomes undeniably versatile, making it an easy choice to wear for both work and play. If you’re hesitant to try the trend, layer a classic navy blazer or leather jacket over the look to soften the effect.


Emerald City

Reimagined in a striking jewel-tone emerald that brings a much-needed warmth and dimension into mid-season occasionwear, the Ostia cocktail dress makes a luxurious statement like no other.

Delicate draping from top to bottom coupled with a knee-length hem relays a more modest sensibility while the drop-back detailing adds a more enchanting element to the look, perfect for stealing the spotlight in.

“Trans-seasonal dressing is about embracing the new and translating it into what works for now”

Into the Fold

A solid building block for both on and off-duty styling, the Nina skirt makes a confident impact that’s both functional and fashion-forward, allowing you to step stylishly into the season ahead.

Sharp knife-pleating allows for delicate movement as you walk, especially when paired with heels, highlighting the swatches of red and blue throughout. Manifesting a distinctly polished aesthetic with a smart jacket and stilettos, it’s the most seamless way to add a hint of colour to your wardrobe.

In Full Bloom

Florals may not be ground-breaking for the springtime, but introduced mid-season, they offer a fun, youthful element creates an added femininity to any look.

Giving the party-ready Alexandra dress a touch of character, capped sleeves and a frilled hemline elevates the classic appeal of a little black dress, taking it into a direction that feels more carefree and contemporary. Dressed with a metallic shoe and minaudiere, it creates a maximum impact with minimal fuss.