• High-glamour dressing takes a modernist turn with unexpected fabrics, fresh silhouettes and offbeat details creating a new elegance.
  • First unveiled in the dramatic SS19 runway show, Gucci’s black silk-blend satin gown turns to display sequin-embellished French words ‘Robe du soir pour le jour’ which translates to ‘evening dress for the day’ on the back. It’s Italian-crafted with structured epaulettes and soft cape-effect sleeves before cinching at the waist via the detachable crystal GG-logo chain belt, then fans out into a flared skirt with accordion-like pleats. Dial up the drama with a boxy clutch and towering sandals.
  • High-glamour dressing takes a modernist turn with unexpected fabrics, fresh silhouettes and offbeat details creating a new elegance.
  • Marine Serre’s directional yet elegant pink floral-print gown is handcrafted from upcycled fleece blankets using haute-couture techniques, making it one of a kind. Showcased on the runway – set on an elevated walkway near the designer’s Parisian home – it’s cut with a slender sweetheart bodice which is counterbalanced by the sculptural hip panels, before falling to a floor-pooling hem. Style it with stiletto sandals to cite the label’s future-facing agenda at a gala dinner.
  • High-glamour dressing takes a modernist turn with unexpected fabrics, fresh silhouettes and offbeat details creating a new elegance.
  • Alexandre Vauthier’s impeccable tailoring is showcased in this lustrous white satin-crepe tuxedo gown, which was unveiled in the Parisian label’s SS19 lookbook. It’s shaped with commanding shoulders, sharp peak lapels and a plunging neck, before falling to a sweeping wrap-front hem with a central slit. Style it with towering stilettos and sparkling accessories for a red-carpet event.
  • High-glamour dressing takes a modernist turn with unexpected fabrics, fresh silhouettes and offbeat details creating a new elegance.
  • The Square are Balenciaga's latest iteration of the coveted Knife pumps – a signature style developed by Demna Gvasalia' upon his appointment as creative director. This white leather style are crafted in Italy with a fetish footwear-inspired point toe and a squared heel panel, then lined with black leather for a graphic verve. Style them with a vibrant green midi skirt for fresh dinner party look.
  • High-glamour dressing takes a modernist turn with unexpected fabrics, fresh silhouettes and offbeat details creating a new elegance.
  • This white cotton gown debuted as one of the closing looks on Marine Serre’s SS19 runway show and demonstrates the designer’s modern interpretation of classic styles. Crafted in France, it's composed of patchwork upcycled T-shirts shaped to create a slender bodice featuring dense gathers and drapes, then falls to an asymmetric skirt complete with a train. Save it for a gala occasion, styled with statement pumps.
  • This blue hammered stretch-silk Talbot blazer demonstrates Roland Mouret’s expert tailoring techniques. It’s crafted in the UK with sharp peak lapels and patch pockets trimmed with black piping, then fastens via double-breasted buttons to achieve a slim fit. Try matching it with the coordinating trousers for a sophisticated occasion edit.
  • First seen in the house’s Resort 2019 lookbook, the origami-like pleating on Givenchy’s shimmering bronze and silver gradient gown is inspired by Claire Waight Keller’s travels to Japan. Expertly crafted in France, it’s shaped with cape-like sleeves and a plunging cut-out front, then gathers at the waist before fanning out into a sweeping floor-length hem. Dial up the drama with a boxy bag and towering stilettos for a glamorous after-hours edit.
  • Go all out for glamour in this season’s eveningwear, as metallics combine with luxe fabrics for the most memorable party looks.
  • Go all out for glamour in this season’s eveningwear, as metallics combine with luxe fabrics for the most memorable party looks.
  • Go all out for glamour in this season’s eveningwear, as metallics combine with luxe fabrics for the most memorable party looks.
  • Alexandre Vauthier's signature feminine dresses take a glamorous after-dark turn with this black mini style from the Resort 2019 collection. It's conceived with a puffed one-shoulder trim made from gold-tinted polka-dot tulle, then hugs the body to a thigh-grazing length with coordinating side seams. A black clutch and stiletto sandals will complete a confident end-of-year party edit.
  • Hillier Bartley's play with traditional tailoring for Resort 2019, and this red silk-satin pencil skirt is the result – a style that is exclusive to MATCHESFASHION.COM. It's crafted in Italy for a slim fit with a high-rise waist, and features a silver cord drawstring down the front that creates dense gathers across the body. Play up the irreverent feel by styling it with a T-shirt and understated loafers for a weekend party.
  • Go all out for glamour in this season’s eveningwear, as metallics combine with luxe fabrics for the most memorable party looks.
  • Alessandro Michele's time at Gucci has been characterised by an amalgam of eclectic influences, and this black gown  from the Resort 2019 runway show echoes is no exception, juxtaposing a 1980s party look with Manga-style naïveté. It's made in Italy from plush velvet and constructed with puffed sleeves and a bow-embellished cut-out décolletage before falling into a silk-lined skirt. Team it with a statement handbag and platform sandals for an opening night event.
  • Isabel Marant’s silver-tone metal earrings debuted as part of one of the first looks in the Resort 2019 lookbook. They’re crafted with a curved studs that follow the contour of the ear and are strung with crystal-embellished drops. Wear this sparkling pair to elevate evening ensembles.