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Dress Up In Designer

This season, designers are bringing a sharp array of staple pieces to anchor your wardrobe and build a foundation for years to come. We predict that your weekly rotation is soon to be dominated by comfortable separates, versatile suits and elevated sportswear. Let us help you create easy-to-wear outfits in a constantly changing fashion game with these six designer looks.

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Dolce & Gabanna

 

Dolce & Gabbana doesn’t shy away from bold graphics and the logomania craze that has been dominating runways. Their sleek separates capture a youthful vibe while still claiming a sophisticated edge – especially within their #DGMillennials line. If energetic pieces are what you’re after, we recommend taking a look at the brand’s collection of elevated sweats, bomber jackets, denim and street-wear inspired silhouettes.

 


The look exemplifies Etro’s iconic convention to adding a contemporary twist to tailored clothing with daring colours and innovative fabrics

— Renata Leung, Buyer


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ETRO

 

With a suit as eye-catching as this, it’s easy to make your statement everywhere from the office to post-work events. A simple swap of underpinnings and footwear can transform the raspberry-hued style from a casually refined outfit with a t-shirt and sneakers to a boardroom ready ensemble complete with a crisp button-down shirt and Oxfords.

 


Layering is key for the Fall 2018 season, and the styling stays true to the John Varvatos ethos of being perfectly-imperfect from start to finish

— Reem Gander, Buyer


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John Varvatos Collection

 

John Varvatos is known for innovative textures, interesting details and classic silhouettes. In this look, we’ve paired a splatter-dyed cable knit sweater with a minimalistic bomber jacket to enhance the streamlined appeal of this look. This quintessential outerwear piece is an exceptional option for transitional layering. It’s lightweight enough to wear over a simple knit yet can also be worn just as well over a cotton t-shirt. An everyday essential, it’s a garment you’ll reach for over and over.

 

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DSQUARED2

 

One of DSQUARED2’s specialties is their penchant for standout yet subtle design details. Notice in this casual-cool tracksuit, the salt and pepper pattern is splattered with black and orange paint for an edgy visual effect. On off-duty days, we recommend donning this set. The look is finished with the brand’s signature “ICON” puffer jacket that was a result of their momentous 20th anniversary milestone back in 2015 – and still remains a cult favourite today.

 

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Emporio Armani

 

At first glance, this hooded bomber jacket from Emporio Armani appears to be a streamlined interpretation of a classic silhouette and minimal design details, but an unexpected interior elevates it to new heights. It’s lined with a striking indigo-dyed shearling that can be worn reversed to show off its statement-making point of interest. So, whatever your mood – bold or subdued – your jacket can match.

 


Emporio Armani is redefining itself with the updated man in mind - strong soft-tailored pieces are off-set with elements of whimsical sportswear, which are seen here in this casually-styled look

— Adam Gallo, Buyer


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Belstaff

 

A timeless outerwear piece never goes out of style – case in point, Belstaff’s aviation-inspired bomber. Their signature leather jackets are hand-waxed to provide water-resistant shells that can tackle unpredictable precipitation with ease. A timeless topper, this “Arne” style will layer over everything from pared-down weekend outfits to a crisp button-down and jeans for a night on the town.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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