Bassike's black culottes are cut from Italian stretch-twill in a cropped, exaggerated wide-leg shape that sways as you walk. We immediately noticed how well finished they are on the inside - the internal waistband is made from crisp white cotton-toile so that they sit comfortably in place. This pair is meant to feel relaxed and breezy, so wear them with slides or slippers.
Alessandro Michele chose this blazer to open Gucci's Spring '17 show. Reflective of his obsession with collecting vintage pieces and fabrics, it's tailored from checked wool-blend tweed with exaggerated '70s lapels. It turns to reveal a characterful appliqué surrounded by embroidered lettering - a reference to an annual party held for punk guitarist Johnny Ramone at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in LA. Style it exactly like the show with this pink shirt.
J.Crew works closely with a renowned Italian mill to create its soft, featherweight cashmere. Cut for a slightly loose fit, this camel turtleneck sweater is a versatile wardrobe staple will never date. Try yours layered under a denim jacket or button-down shirt.
Lisa Marie Fernandez's dress will effortlessly transition from sun-soaked vacations to balmy days in the city. Made from airy linen, this pink design is decorated with tonal rickrack trims and falls to a softly ruffled hem. Use the waist tie to cinch the loose silhouette.
Part of the label's permanent collection, Stella McCartney's 'Bryce' coat will never go out of style. This wool-blend piece is cut in a straight silhouette that's fitted at the shoulders and has a neat inverted collar and lapels - design signatures of the label. It's fully lined in satin-twill for the smoothest finish.