Givenchy - Givenchy's Resort 2019 collection takes inspiration from the elegant minimalism of Japanese aesthetics and this black chintzed silk-faille gown offers a considered interpretation. The relaxed-fitting shape is designed to resemble a kimono with wide, cropped sleeves and a round neck that is slit down the front, then defined at the waist with a coordinating tie. Ground it with stiletto heels for a formal occasion.
Dion Lee is never afraid to push the limits of construction - the shiny silver hooks attaching the fluttery skirt of this maxi dress to the bodice are his latest innovation. It's made from vibrant orange cady with a plunging V-neckline and daring side cutouts. Wear yours with barely-there sandals.
Halston Heritage was launched to revamp its parent brand's archive pieces and we think this strapless crepe gown does just that. Though the silhouette may be classic, the azure and black stripes feel totally modern. It has a structured bodice for a secure fit and back slit for ease of movement - sweep your hair up to highlight the tie at the front.
Maria Lucia Hohan - Maria Lucia Hohan's Gaia mini dress is crafted from pleated metallic-silver, grey, and blue striped lame that shimmers with every movement. The bodice is shaped with adjustable shoulder straps, a corset-style bustier with internal boning, and underwired cups with optional silicone padding. Anchor the bouncy fluted hem with burgundy velvet sandals.