This pared-down collection is for the woman who knows how to say more with less. Minimal, refined cuts are uncomplicated but always clever. And elevated fabrics — wool and cashmere blend coats, mohair and alpaca sweaters — are striking but never loud.
This fall, Wilfred rewrites the rules of romance, playing with ideas of light and shadow. The result: a layering of textures, from heavy knits and boiled wools to soft embroidery and plush faux sherpa. Prints take inspiration from Morocco and Asia, and come to life in a saturated palette — one that speaks to the modern bohemian.
The new Wilfred Free collection exudes nonchalance, with menswear-inspired shirting, duvet-style coats and an abundance of checks. Beautifully soft fabrics have an offhand allure: brushed cotton flannel, premium faux suede, and Free’s signature luxe jersey. The message? Slightly undone is exactly right.
Adventure reigns this season at TNA. Set off in lambswool sweaters with custom intarsia artwork, parkas and flannels with a heritage feel, and leggings for day hikes and nights by the fire. These are essentials that you’ll keep coming back to.
An undercurrent of wanderlust runs through this effortless new collection. Look for vintage-inspired fabrics and a relaxed approach to layering: soft, sheer pieces under washed-down flannels, quilted jackets and hand-knit lambswool sweaters. Nomadic patterns maintain their sense of authenticity—and unleash visions of journeying to far-off places.
For autumn, ’70s nostalgia infuses Talula’s always insouciant mix of colours, patterns, and textures. These leggy silhouettes and sumptuous faux suedes and furs are made to be worn with a disregard for the rules. Ali MacGraw would approve.
This luxurious new collection stays true to the understated wearability at Community’s core. Standouts include smooth cashmere blend tees, merino wool sweaters, and parkas made from sustainable hemp and recycled fibres: these are clothes to wear on repeat.
Everything comes full circle. The proof? Sunday Best’s fall collection, which references the iconic ’60s with playful, meticulously constructed pieces: cropped knits, swingy A-line minis and blouses with contrasting Peter Pan collars.
Auxiliary’s tightly edited fall collection celebrates understated luxury and exquisite craftsmanship. Architectural and minimalist shapes are realized in muted colours, python prints and pebbled leathers that will only become more beautiful with time. These are bags to hold on to.
Paradise Mine has the premium denim you always look for but never seem to find. Fresh silhouettes fit like no other. Distressed details feel like your favourite vintage pieces. And dimensional washes are achieved through an exacting series of trials — no shortcuts here.
Together at last: of-the-moment fits, premium Japanese and Italian denim, and a feminine, irreverent point of view. The Castings’ fall collection has the jeans you want right now, from high-rise skinnies to cropped flares. And every last pair is made in Los Angeles.
Created for free spirits and dream-big creatives, this youthful new brand has a lock on sweetness. Summer means high-waisted shorts, patterned pants, and flirty T-shirt dresses in fresh pastels and easy-match neutrals.
It’s not always form versus function: Parklife’s new collection has both on lock. Leggings are cut from a brand new technical fabric that feels incredibly soft, delivers super support and wicks moisture away from the skin. Electric prints will make you wonder why you ever worked out — or hung out — in anything else.
Mackage, created by long-time friends Eran Elfassy and Elisa Dahan, is a luxurious collection of leather jackets and outerwear with a sexy, modern edge.
A perfect fit: that’s what each pair of J Brand jeans offers. This spring the California-based company celebrates elongated silhouettes, figure-focused cuts, and an icy colour palette.
This pioneering premium denim brand is known for its laid-back fits and impeccable washes—and for epitomizing SoCal style.
This focused denim line is the brainchild of Jerome Dahan, of Citizens of Humanity. Expect essential fits and washes that form the foundation for the modern wardrobe.
Inspired by London’s edge and handcrafted in Los Angeles, Frame makes exceptional jeans in innovative washes. The signature: a timeless skinny with the perfect snug fit.
Australian brand One Teaspoon is defined by its undone take on rock and roll glamour. Ripped, torn, and effortlessly sexy — this is denim that at its most rebellious.