• Take a refined approach to wardrobing via clean, crisp shirting, modern silhouettes and a restrained colour palette. This quiet purity is the season’s new mood.
  • This beige Mariano dress is the result of Gabriela Hearst's understated, yet highly refined aesthetic. Featured in the SS19 runway show, it's crafted in Italy from impeccably finished silk shantung and defined with a belted waist before flaring out gracefully into a midi-length skirt. Team it with kitten-heel sandals for a day meeting.
  • Eliurpí’s black straw Campana hat takes its name from the Spanish word for bell; an apt tribute to the curvature of its elegant silhouette. It has a sharp-edged crown decorated with an elongated grosgrain ribbon that fastens under the chin – alternatively, let them trail down for a nonchalant feel. Wear it as a confident complement to a polka-dot midi dress and espadrilles.
  • New for SS19, Stella McCartney's tan brown flats are conveniently ventilated through the spaces between the rolled strands of fabric. They're crafted with impeccably pointed toes and finished with gold-tone metal interlocking ankle bracelets that secure around the ankle. Add them to a shirt and linen shorts for spring-ready elegance.
  • Take a refined approach to wardrobing via clean, crisp shirting, modern silhouettes and a restrained colour palette. This quiet purity is the season’s new mood.
  • Creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli's penchant for dramatic silhouettes and sublime movement is expressed in this black dress from the SS19 runway show. It's crafted in Italy from cotton-blend faille with a point collar and voluminous dolman sleeves that drape elegantly into the full skirt. Team it with tonal accessories for an impeccably chic occasion edit.
  • Giuliva Heritage Collection’s ivory Dorothea smoking trousers encapsulate the label’s attentive approach to tailoring. They’re crafted in Italy to a slim fit, cut from a midweight wool-twill and feature crisp pressed creases, inseam pockets and satin stripes down the outer-leg seams. Team it with a feminine blouse and chunky sandals for a modern warm-weather ensemble.
  • Giuliva Heritage Collection’s ivory Dorothea blazer draws inspiration from traditional smoking jackets. Expertly tailored in Italy from wool, it’s shaped to a double-breasted silhouette accented with sateen shawl lapels and covered buttons. Wear it over a neutral ensemble for a classic evening edit.
  • Take a refined approach to wardrobing via clean, crisp shirting, modern silhouettes and a restrained colour palette. This quiet purity is the season’s new mood.
  • The ruffled trims and holster straps on this white cotton-blend shirt reflect Palmer//harding's subversive approach to design. The relaxed-fiting shape features angular bustline darts and dropped shoulder seams, then is finished with a detachable belt that cinches in above the waist. Try wearing it with tailored trousers and white sandals for an off-kilter workweek edit.
  • Take a refined approach to wardrobing via clean, crisp shirting, modern silhouettes and a restrained colour palette. This quiet purity is the season’s new mood.
  • Valentino subverts traditional tailoring techniques when crafting its white cotton-poplin shirt. It's made in Italy with exaggerated balloon sleeves and a statement bubble dip hem, then trimmed with a cotton-piqué bib and elongated neck ties. Pull focus to the voluminous hem by styling it with a pair of tailored trousers and leather sandals.
  • Delicately pressed with linear creases lend a contemporary riff to Valentino's black wool-blend trousers. They’re crafted in Italy with a mid-rise waist that is set with coordinating belt loops, then fall into tapered legs. Style them with a simple blouse and leather slides as part of a casual warm-weather look.
  • Introducing your new cold-weather wardrobe: sophisticated outerwear in cocooning silhouettes, relaxed tailoring, cosy cable knits and cult ankle boots.
  • Introducing your new cold-weather wardrobe: sophisticated outerwear in cocooning silhouettes, relaxed tailoring, cosy cable knits and cult ankle boots.
  • Gucci takes inspiration from hiking boots for its all-white Flashtrek trainers, which are finished with silver-tone metal lace hooks and a pink and grey grosgrain heel tab. They’re crafted in Italy from a combination of leather, technical canvas and suede, and are set on a chunky rubber lug sole. Team them with a hooded sweatshirt and pleated skirt for an unstudied high-low edit.
  • Introducing your new cold-weather wardrobe: sophisticated outerwear in cocooning silhouettes, relaxed tailoring, cosy cable knits and cult ankle boots.
  • Stella McCartney's elegantly restrained camel overcoat was first spotted at the designer's Pre-AW18 presentation. It's cut in a pared-back composition from twill and features notched lapels and practical flap pockets. Slip it on over neutral hues to tap the label's sophisticated style.
  • Weekend Max Mara’s ivory double-faced wool-blend Oidio coat is an ultra-chic version of a classic style. It's cut to a double-breasted silhouette with traditional trench-coat elements, including richly coloured tortoiseshell buttons. Slip it over an all-white ensemble for a smart and considered approach to winter style.
  • This light grey wool sweater by Australian label I Love Mr. Mittens is a charming piece that's hand-knitted in designer Stéphanie Caulier's small workshop for a one-of-a-kind effect. It's shaped with a V-neck and curved dip hem that falls loosely over the frame. Pair it with pale trousers for an of-the-moment appearance.