City Dressing for the Modern Woman
Women's fashion. City dressing at its best for the modern woman. Classic or casual jackets. Perfect for Paris, Berlin, Miami or any other place in your travel plans. ML Monique Lhuillier, Delfi, Moulinette Soeurs, HD in Paris, Go by Go Silk, Chloe Oliver, WHIT
From ready-to-wear to bridal, each sophisticated collection from Monique Lhuillier is even more exquisite than the last. The designer's exceptional ability to blend classic femininity with contemporary trends is unparalleled in the fashion world. Lhuillier now brings this same sensibility to her accessories and home goods, transforming into a luxurious and complete lifestyle brand.
Drawing inspiration from French lace, antique ribbon and vintage lingerie, Moulinette Soeurs creates exquisitely tailored pieces with intricate seams and meticulous attention to detail. In the early decades of the 20th century, a wave of sister-comprised design teams were creating finely detailed garments, full of needlework, handmade lace and luxe silks. Moulinette Soeurs pays homage to that tradition in their dresses, blouses and bags, drawing inspiration from Old World tailoring techniques, vintage trims and the beauty of fin-de-siècle Paris.
In 1907, Mariano Fortuny broke away from the ubiquitous corseted silhouette by designing the Grecian Delphos gown, a dress that would forever change women's outfitting. Inspired by Fortuny's vision, Shushan Szakolczay and Jasmina Hadzimujagic created Delfi, a label committed to the same revolutionary approach to clothing. Each piece is crafted under ethical conditions in Los Angeles and only from the finest materials.
Go by Go Silk embraces the timeless elegance of pure silk cut in versatile, easy-to-wear silhouettes. Feminine and chic, each luxurious piece is relaxed, refined and always in style.
Phoenix-born fashion designer Whitney Pozgay created a line of printed pieces that illustrate her always-bold and fiercely feminine aesthetic. Her energizing approach to colors and shapes showcases the kaleidoscopic nature of both urban and uninhabited landscapes, and the clean-lined silhouette of each piece exhibits a refinement that’s undoubtedly modern. Seeking to inspire an artistic lifestyle with each of her creations, she drew inspiration for this collection of prints from hot air balloons, the Sahara and geometric body paint.
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Last Modified: January 28, 2016