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INDEX Your Complete Guide to Spring’s Chicest Looks + How to Wear Them!

SPRING 2019

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MAXWELL

by Gilles Bensimon The Supermodel Steps into the Spotlight in the Best of Spring ’19 Collections

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STREET SMARTS: Key Pieces the Style Set are Investing in this Season

BABITZ The Exclusive Story of Hollywood’s Original Muse by Lili Anolik


FROM LEFT: PROENZA SCHOULER Boots, $695. GUCCI GG Backpack, $3,300. DIOR Diorcamp Messenger Bag, Price Upon Request. Please contact concierge@editorialist.com or 888-988-EDIT for details to purchase.


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ALPINE ALPHA Luxury meets function as native-inspired prints, intricate canvas detailing and high-utility footwear inform this season’s most dynamic accessories.

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CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: CHLOÉ C Mini Bag, $1,720. BALENCIAGA S Car Clutch, $1,190. VERSACE Fluo Sandals, $995. Please contact concierge@editorialist.com or 888-988-EDIT for details to purchase.


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HAUTE HIGHLIGHTS Paint the town neon in this season’s chicest iterations of attention-grabbing hues.

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SPORTY SPICE

Step up your kicks game with tro-knitted fabrications and logomania ishes for an anachronistic combination of old and new this spring season.

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TO DYE FOR Hit insouciant cool-girl status with this spring’s must-have tie-dye printed accessories.


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REPTILE REDUX Photographed by Sanda Semburg.

Go beyond the basics this season by elevating standard neutral hues with this season’s chicest exotic extras for an ultra-luxe finish.

DIOR Earrings, $225.

VICTORIA BECKHAM Sunglasses, $570.

DIOR Dior Tribales Earrings, $420.

FENDI Peekaboo Bag, $5,100.

CHANEL Sandals, $975.


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GABRRIELA HEARST Douglas Tank Top, $850.

JENNIFER FISHER Necklaces, $1,000 (each).

SONIA RYKIEL Jacket, $1,520.

CVC STONES Drama Necklace, $3,640.

GUCCI Belt, $750.

LOUIS VUITTON Bag, Price Upon Request. .

BLEEKER & PRINCE Milk & Honey Earrings, $1,350.

AQUAZURRA Milos Sandals, $795.

ACNE STUDIOS Trousers, $650. WWW.EDITORIALIST.COM


EDITORIALIST COLLECTION Tennis Necklace, $12,000.

THE CULT CLASSICS Photographed by Style du Monde.

Hit the refresh button on tried-and-true staples like structured shoulders, off-duty denim and quintessential bags with touches of emerald hues for a look that will leave others green with envy.

GUCCI Jacket, $3,900. BALENCIAGA Earrings, $450.

AGOLDE Parker Easy Straight Jeans, $188.

CELINE BY HEDI SLIMANE C Bag, $3,300.

SANTO BY ZANI Shield Ring, $3,650. ALEXANDERWANG Carter Loafers, $695.


/STYLE ACNE STUDIOS Esmeta T-Shirt, $240.

JESSICA BIALES Green Garden Hoops, $1,000.

CHANEL FINE JEWELRY Boy.Friend Watch, $10,600.

PRADA Odette Bag, $1,950.

CELINE BY HEDI SLIMANE Sunglasses, $500. SELIM MOUZANNAR Ring, $4,160.

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POWER PLAY Photographed by The Style Stalker.

GRACE LEE Lapel Pin, $3,380.

Oversized menswear-inspired pieces are reimagined for the modern-day femme fatale when ironically offset by this season’s perfectly polished feminine jewels and sleek slides.

TIBI Blazer, $750. RETROUVAÍ Buckle Ring, $2,250.

AZLEE Kite Ring, $2,990.

BALENCIAGA Sunglasses, $450.

SPINELLI KILCOLLIN Mozi Ring, $11,000. PROENZA SCHOULER Slides, $595.

TIBI Pants, $450.


THE LAST LINE Darling Necklace, $3,885.

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STELLA MCCARTNEY Blazer, $2,750.

ASHLEY ZHANG Necklace, $500.

MOUNSER Rêve Naissant Earrings, $250.

STELLA MCCARTNEY Trousers, $865.

ANITA KO Baguette Ear Cuff, $2,850.

CARTIER Panthère de Cartier Watch, $19,800.

THE ROW Sandals, $690.

GABRIELA HEARST Maria Bag, Price Upon Request.

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BOLD BOHÈME

TOHUM Necklace, $345.

MARLO LAZ Rhapsody Bracelet, $10,640.

Photographed by Sanda Semburg.

Relaxed silhouettes, talismanic jewels and intricate gladiator sandals combine in spring’s most vibrant surge of insouciant bohemian romance. ULLA JOHNSON Tiana Gown, $1,295.

CHLOÉ Femininities Necklace, $565.

CHLOÉ Rosie Sunglasses, $420.

ETRO Dress $4,739.

HERMÈS Entre Ciel et mer Bandana, $160.

JACQUIE AICHE Sunshine Chevron Ring, $4,500.

DIOR J’Adior Bracelet, $370 (sold as a pair).

CESTA COLLECTIVE Lunchpail, $395.


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The Perfect Grecian Sandal

GABRIELA HEARST Reeves Sandals, $590.

ALAÏA Sandals, $1,540.

ANCIENT GREEK SANDALS Desmos Sandals, $245.

TOD’S Sandals, $845.

PROENZA SCHOULER Sandals, $645.

LOEWE Gate Bag, $2,350.

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FLOWER CHILD

SHEEBEE Rings, $485 (each). MAX MARA Coat, $2,050.

Photographed by Sanda Semburg.

Retro sentimentality is evoked when tropical florals are juxtaposed against gilded jewel accents and anchored by perennially chic nude accessories.

JOHN ELLIOTT Dane Top, $328.

SALVATORE FERRAGAMO Bag, $2,700.

RETROUVAĂ? Lollipop Ring, $5,000.

CLAUDIA LI Shirt, $795.

THE ROW Sandals, $890.

CLAUDIA LI Skirt, $795. BOTTEGA VANETA The Pouch Clutch, $2,400.


/STYLE IRENE NEUWIRTH Ring, $5,280.

ANITA KO Cuff, $6,725.

CELINE BY HEDI SLIMANE Alphabet C Bracelet, $395.

DIOR J’Adior Bracelet, $470.

FENDI Ear Cuffs, $420 (each).

MANOLO BLAHNIK Traer Sandals, $835.

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LILI ANOLIK

EVE BABITZ The exclusive story of Eve Babitz, Hollywood’s original muse, by Lili Anolik. WRITTEN BY GRETTY GARCIA

Lili Anolik is a walking pop culture rolodex. No, that would be too limiting. Lili Anolik is a walking Culture—note the capital “C”—rolodex. And though Culture—with a capital C— is expansive, haphazard and unabashedly sui generis, the writer’s discerning eye for aberance and simpatico disposition, characterized as something along the lines of a longtime friend-meetssagacious advisor, has allowed her to serve as a leading point of reference for it all. Anolik is a serious storyteller of the trials and tribulations of the rich and famous, yes; but, she has chosen to devote the past 6 years to one person in particular—an unnoted notable who managed to slip through the cracks of culture’s notoriously mercurial propensities, yet stands as the cynosure of counterculture: Eve Babitz. Los Angeles chronicler Eve Babitz “talks just like she writes” notes Anolik as I speak to her on the phone about her upcoming book, Hollywood’s Eve: Eve Babitz and the Secret History of L.A, and its protagonist. How does Babitz write, one might ask? With an acerbic wit and selfeffacing awareness equal parts unbridled Nora Ephron and cautious Joan Didion. Or, for those art historians, equal parts Gustav Klimt and J.M.W Turner.

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/FEATURES A unique byproduct of a unique environment—Babitz’s father was an esteemed musician for production studio 20th Century Fox, while her godfather was composer Igor Stravinsky—the glamour girl made her way around the Hollywood circuit designing album covers for The Byrds and Buffalo Springfield, counted Jim Morrison, Harrison Ford and Steve Martin as her lovers and was famously photographed by Julian Wasser at the age of 20 playing chess naked across Marcel Duchamp. She was a self-proclaimed “adventuress” not given to hyperbole.

true native daughter, Babitz inherited the dream city, but not without all of its haunted qualities. Before Lili Anolik began her quest to re-introduce her version of Eve Babitz, Evie, to the world, little to no literature existed. The “pleasure of doing this book,” as Anolik puts it, “is that there is a spirit to the whole Eve project.” Indeed, the author had fortuitously tapped into an “undiscovered genius.” And though it is probable that the iconic figure would have eventually been reintroduced at some point in time, she feels “privileged to get to be the one.”

Babitz’s role as a cultural signifier and purveyor of the zeitgeist of the Hollywood 60s and 70s is best explained by none other than Eve herself. Slow Days, Fast Company, a “non-fictional fiction” retrospective, and one of Babitz’s two most widely-known books, is regarded by Anolik as “loose and sundazed, and artistic and refined” with prose that “looked like it was easy, but was really quite elegant.” This medley of contradictions is predicated upon Eve’s own fast-lane life and the city she hailed from. It also reads as such because, I learn, it was the product of compulsive revision—a testament to her “bombshell with a brain” reputation.

The NYRB Classics has reissued Eve’s Hollywood and Slow Days, Fast Company, while Sony has bought the rights to 4 of her books for a television series. Clearly, Eve Babitz was ahead of her time. We’re all just catching up. And yet, it is hard to say for sure whether anyone will ever fully understand the now reclusive artist and author. Even Anolik, who has untethered access to Babitz— something only very few people can say—“would learn much less from Eve than [she] would talking to people about Eve.” Their relationship has the “rhythms of a love affair:” Pedestalled infatuation at its best and emotional disconnect at its worst.

“Her life is this series of one act after the other, and as a young woman she is a sex object and a thinking man’s sex symbol. She’s this pin-up for intellectuals and artist, and then… [her life becomes] a California horror story” Anolik recounts. Is there anything more Hollywood than that?

Still, though, Anolik has a deep appreciation for her subject’s elliptical, yet, insightful tours of Hollywood and the escapades that happened within it. It’s all anyone can do when confronted with someone as distinctive as Eve Babitz—someone who keeps us on our toes despite her reticence to step into the spotlight. “One of the problems with being done with the book is that new information is always coming in.” For instance, her cameo in the Godfather 2, countless letters written and outlandish stories passed down for those fortunate enough to obtain that cherished proximity.

But don’t be mistaken. The Eve Babitz—“Evie” as Anolik calls her—has a “toughness and code that she follows.” Being “squalid overboujie” is abundant in bad manners and lacking in refinement. Despite being at the center of the scene, writing prose about parties, drugs and all things debauched, her social etiquette is surprisingly auspicious for those who don’t know her personally, and incredibly boring for those who did. Michael Elias, a boyfriend and companion of Eve in the 70s and 80s, remarked that he stopped taking her to social gatherings because she would “always want to get there before it started and leave before it got good.” Yes, Babitz, for all intents and purposes, claimed Hollywood—after all, she did aptly title one of her most famous works Eve’s Hollywood—“but,” mentions Anolik, “when you claim a place, it claims you, too.” A

Eve Babitz partied less and lived more than we ever could have imagined. Her prose embodies the yearning apprehension of a child and the perceptive grace of a woman. Anolik’s dedicated love letter to Babitz, a true “one-woman zeitgeist,” mediates the many permutations of a complex Eve—albeit the Eve of the 60s and 70s or her modern day rendition. Hollywood’s Eve: Eve Babitz and the Secret History of L.A does for us what its storied protagonist has done all her life; it satiates the need for the glitz and the glam of a once-upon-a-time Hollywood, yet is imbued in seductive mystery that leaves one starved for more.


“A true native daughter, Babitz inherited the dream city, but not without all of its haunted qualities.”

From Left to right: Author Lili Anolik, Book Hollywood’s Eve: Eve Babitz and the Secret History of L.A

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PETAL TO THE MEDAL Four friends, Aly Gradone, Candice Miller, Chloe Rosenberg and Rachel Wexler, meld their diverse backgrounds to create Black Iris— their answer to the proverbial declaration: “I have nothing to wear.” Here’s how they harness their industry prowess to start a fashion movement intent on transcending rather than trending.

WRITTEN BY GRETTY GARCIA


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/FEATURES Why did you decide to start Black Iris, and what do you think sets your brand apart from others? Black Iris was started to create pieces that were conventionally pretty, yet distinctive and compelling. We built the collection around classic looks that were missing in our closets that we could wear any time we wanted to feel beautiful. We were extremely focused on quality throughout the process, aiming to create pieces that offer a timeless elegance and are less trendy and disposable than many existing brands. We hate this culture of women thinking they can only wear things once! It’s so wasteful. We hope to create things that women will keep in their closets and hold on to for years. Also, all of our products are made in New York City, so we are able to easily monitor both product quality and factory working conditions. What was your inspiration for this first collection? This season was inspired by the ladylike dressing of earlier eras, and designed for a fashion-forward, sophisticated woman. Many of our designs have a late 1950s leisure feel. We were often channeling images of Marge in “The Talented Mr. Ripley,” and other iconic women from the late 1950s. Our print and color story were inspired by classic and heavy floral prints. What has been the biggest lesson you’ve learned with this undertaking? Always evolve, keep an open mind and be ready to embrace change. Start-ups are scrappy and fast-moving, with new information coming in constantly. It’s important to always be learning and growing in order to keep a brand fresh. Businesses should always be strategizing and questioning assumptions in order to understand one’s own customer and figure out what works best. What do you see as the next development for your brand? We have a series of product drops planned

throughout the spring and summer, which include several of our top styles in updated prints and colors. We have already completed our next season, fall/winter, which will feature heavier fabrics and prints, and many great additions to the line. Look out for some rich velvets, dark florals, metallics, and fun animal prints as we enter our second collection. We have a few fun collaborations in the works with other brands in 2020. Do you have any advice for young women who might want to follow in your entrepreneurial footsteps? Execute your ideas, and bring your dreams to fruition! You never know if you have the next great idea until you give it a try. Even if you fail, you are still learning and growing from that experience, which can lead to a path of success. Carve out time to pursue your entrepreneurial goals, and always move forward. Fear is not an option! What is inspiring you in fashion right now? This nod to romance and women dressing in a way that screams, “I am a woman, and I can do anything!” For a while, we saw a lot of boxcut blazers and pantsuits, which are beautiful, but, in this era we feel that women should embrace their femininity and wear it with pride. Long, flowy dresses, interesting floral prints and whimsical fabrics like organza and silk all characterize the women of today. Because you all have such varying backgrounds, from design, digital development and finance, what outside of the world of fashion is inspiring you? We are very much inspired by travel, art, theater and film, and the beautiful color stories of different cultures and places. Also, the intricate, tailored costumes of eras past, and the way women in film dress to convey confidence and sophistication. We are fascinated by the psychology of women, and how clothes make them intrinsically feel. `


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AWAKENING This season’s most directional looks focus on an individualistic mélange of vibrant styles: from reimagined 80s silhouettes to high-luxe athleisure, spring’s latest offerings are anything but conventional.

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LOUIS VUITTON Parka, Dress, Janet Boots, Dauphine Bumbag, Mini Luggage & Horizon Duffles. TIFFANY & CO. Tiffany HardWear Wrap Necklace. Maxwell’s own earrings. Please contact concierge@editorialist.com or 888.988.EDIT for details to purchase.


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BOTTEGA VENETA Trench Coat. SAINT LAURENT BY ANTHONY VACCARELLO Jumpsuit & Paige 85 Bow Sandals. ILLESTEVA Marianne Sunglasses. VAN CLEEF & ARPELS Olympia Necklace. CARTIER Goldmaster de Cartier Rings. CHANEL Waist Bag. FALKE Socks. Maxwell’s own earring. Please contact concierge@editorialist.com or 888.988.EDIT for details to purchase.


BALENCIAGA Dress & ‘Round’ Pantatights. HARRY WINSTON Secret Combination Earrings, Carpet Necklace & Ring. Please contact concierge@editorialist.com or 888.988.EDIT for details to purchase.

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VERSACE T-Shirt & Cross Chainer Sneakers. FENDI Freedom Bike Shorts, Bags, & Belt Bag. JENNIFER FISHER Samira Hoops. CHANEL Belt (worn as a necklace). TIFFANY & CO. Tiffany T Two Bracelets.

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INDEX From the freshest takes on the season’s artisanal accents and reimagined California mood to the newest accessories to update your look, here is your definitive guide to all of the key trends and essential outfits you need to know to master your perfect spring wardrobe!

EDITED BY JACLYN BLOOMFIELD WRITTEN BY CHELSEA CARTER


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DIOR

3.1 PHILLIP LIM

CHLOÉ

HAND MADE

Free-flowing fringe, shell accents and natural fibers have designers taking an au naturale approach to dressing this season.

ALTUZARRA

SALVATORE FERRAGAMO

SONIA RYKIEL


ALTUZARRA

LOEWE

CHANEL

STELLA MCCARTNEY

ARTISANAL ACCENTS

VALENTINO

SHOP

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CESTA COLLECTIVE Sisal Bag, $425.

JACQUEMUS Le Baci Tote, $470.

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STAUD Moreau Bag, $294.


MODERN

Vintage silk screen prints, louche silho compelling case for the moder LOEWE

ISABEL MARANT

CHLOÉ

VALENTINO

MARNI

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ANKLETS ALEXANDER WANG

LAURA LOMBARDI Anklet, $155.

STONE & STRAND Anklet, $125.

JACQUIE AICHE Anklet, $3,750.

SOPHIE BUHAI Anklet, $575.

VERSACE


NOMAD

ouettes and sarong-style skirts make a rn nomad-as-muse this spring.

OSCAR DE LA RENTA

ETRO

PACO RABANNE

SURF’S UP In a nod to the classic California dream, designers take inspiration from classic surfwear with a wave of swim separates, wetsuits and neoprene finishes. Pair these beach-inspired pieces with a modern blazer for a look that carries you from the surf to the street. ETRO

HERMÈS

CHANEL

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CHLOÉ


CALIFORNICATION CHANEL

OSCAR DE LA RENTA

ALTUZARRA

SHOP

SPORTMAX

CHLOÉ

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CHANEL Bag, $5,200.

AURÉLIE BIDERMANN Bracelet, $245.

ETRO Necklace, $476.

ROXANNE ASSOULIN Bracelets $290.


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T he new top - Swimwear

JOHANNA ORTIZ Bikini Top, $475.

CHANEL

ETRO

ISABEL MARANT ÉTOILE Swimsuit, $230.

Unbut toned

ESTEBAN CORTAZAR Shirt, $995.

ALTUZARRA

NANUSHKA Elia Camisole, $375.

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PACO RABANNE


SPORTMAX

ALTUZARRA

SEA SHELLS MISSONI

SHOP ETRO

CHANEL

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WALD BERLIN Necklace, $227.

TOHUM Bracelet, $215.

SVNR Earrings, $95 - $110 (each).

PASCALE MONVOISIN Bracelet, $1,168.


CAROLINA HERRERA

OSCAR DE LA RENTA

MARC JACOBS

SUNSHINE STATE

BALENCIAGA

MAX MARA

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GIVENCHY


TIE DYE DIOR

PACO RABANNE

STELLA MCCARTNEY

SHOP

PRADA

CALVIN KLEIN 205W39NYC

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PRADA Sidonie Bag, $3,350.

CHANEL Slingbacks, $875.

PROENZA SCHOULER Lunch Bag, $1,095.


MARYAM NASSIR ZADEH

FENDI

OFF-WHITE C/O VIRGIL ABLOH

CYCLING SHORT

We’re in the mood for a sporty spring with brands, including Chanel, Fendi and Marine Serre, looking to the classic bike short to anchor some of their most directional new-season looks. Style this athletic staple with the perfect pump for an

ROBERTO CAVALLI

CHANEL

MARINE SERRE

office-ready upgrade. SHOP

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MARINE SERRE Shorts, $422.

FENDI Shorts, $550.

OFF-WHITE C/O VIRGIL ABLOH Shorts, $455.

PALM ANGELS Shorts, $285.

BUCKET HATS SONIA RYKIEL

SPORTMAX

ETRO

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HIGH SPORT

OFF-WHITE C VIRGIL ABLO

STELLA MCCARTNEY

Who said fashion can’t be functional? For spring, designers explore the blurred lines between athleticism and high-glamour. From weather-resistant windbreakers to luxe anoraks, this season is sure to be equal in aesthetic and aptitude.

VERSACE

OFF-WHITE C/O VIRGIL ABLOH

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OFF WHITE c/o VIRGIL ABLOH Runner Heels, $1,215.

ALEXANDERWANG Track Pants, $650.

WESTWARD LEANING Volt Sunglasses, $165.


SPORT HEELS

C/O OH

EMPORIO ARMANI

VALENTINO ALEXANDERWANG

DRIES VAN NOTEN

LOUIS VUITTON

FENDI

OK

PRADA

OFF WHITE C/O VIRGIL ABLOH Top, $340.

CHANEL Sneakers, $950.

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CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN Just Nothing Mules, $745.

BRANDON MAXWELL

CHANEL

GOING CLEAR

FENDI Kan I Bag, $1,953.

VERSACE

DRIES VAN NOTEN

BALMAIN

FENDI

JIMMY CHOO Stacey Mules, $510.

STAUD Frida Bag, $225.


WAIST BAG

BURBERRY

CHANEL

The linchpin of new spring looks clearly centers on the waist. With the belt bag freshly elevated to high-fashion status, designers, from Fendi to Chanel, Alexander Wang and Burberry, offer modern iterations that will have the fashion set going handsfree this season.

FENDI

ALEXANDERWANG

OFF-WHITE C/O VIRGIL ABLOH

SHOP

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GABRIELA HEARST Utility Belt, $1,290.

NANUSHKA Belt Bag, $370.

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FENDI Fanny Pack, $1,270.


50 SHADES OF BEIGE

Spring’s new neutrals are anything but boring. A perennially chic range of light nudes and warm tones are flawlessly itera in freshly reimagined power suiting and timeless trenches fo truly malleable hue.

LOEWE

MAX MARA

BURBERRY

TIBI DION LEE

GIVENCHY

LOEWE

FENDI


CARTE BLANCHE

PRADA

GABRIELA HEARST

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A palate cleanser of stark white separates sets the stage for a bevy of clean, minimalist looks this spring. BRANDON MAXWELL

TOM FORD

VICTORIA BECKHAM

UTILITY

A sense of sleek utility makes the case for chic workwear this season as designers, from Fendi to Loewe and Givenchy, offer modern takes on industrial suiting. GIMABATTITA VALLI

SACAI

SALVATORE FERRAGAMO

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DIOR

MONSE

INTO THE

TRENCHES BURBERRY

GABRIELA HEARST

The perennially chic trench is spring’s most versatile essential. Reimagined in nearly every silhouette, from Burberry’s delicate, draped version to Dior’s structured leather iteration and Proenza Schouler’s hyper-sculptural cut, this season’s offerings prove that the trench will be a staple for seasons to come.

SHOP

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TOM FORD

BALENCIAGA Trench Coat, $2,483.

LOEWE Trench Coat, $4,857.

BOTTEGA VENETA Trench Coat, $2,880.

ANNA QUAN Inez Trench Coat, $885.

PROENZA SCHOULER

VALENTINO

BURBERRY


TONAL SUITING

Say goodbye to boardroom boredom this season with an eccentric play on the traditional power suit from designers, including Sie Marjan, Gabriela Hearst and Etro. Opt for a jewel-toned head-to-toe pairing for a freshly modern take on classic suiting. ETRO

GABRIELA HEARST

SHOP

SIES MARJAN

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ALTUZARRA Blazer, $1,695.

ALTUZARRA Trouser, $695.

STELLA MCCARTNEY

MARINA MOSCONE Blazer, $2,025.

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