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In the modern fashion industry, gone are the days of seasonal drops. Designers are giving us new fashion arrivals to look forward to all year long, with goodies landing in stores and online every week—from got-to-have-ithandbagsto wear-foreverdresses. Here we round up our favorite new fashion items of the week to shop now before they’re inevitably gone.
Another week. Another must-have Loewe tote bag. This time, the new raffia design is part of the latest Paula’s Ibiza drop. Y/Project’s new spring collection includes prismatic dresses that playfully outline the body. In preparation for summer, Jacquemus and Saks Fifth Avenue release a capsule collection filled with vibrant, skin-baring designs—like the cut-out pants here. Baum und Pferdgarten delivers Parisian chic cardigans courtesy of the new pre-autumn collection.
Loewe x Paula's Ibiza embroidered two-tone raffia tote
Isabel Marant debuts a knit dress that could double as a sleek beach cover-up. Likewise, Etro delivers a mini with a divine ombré effect. And in the accessories section, Aquazzura debuts a handbag collection for all your upcoming events, while Prada puts its triangle logo stamp on raffia platform sandals.
Miniskirt season is officially here, and Derek Lam 10 Crosy has the perfect skort to wear on repeat. Givenchy’s beach capsule collection has landed with a straw update on the new Voyou bag. Dries Van Noten and Ssense just released an exclusive denim collection filled with dreamy designs—like the two-tone jacket here. Loewe’s Flow Runner sneaker received a bright blue update in the new Paula’s Ibiza release.
John Hardy’s latest designs are putting a textured twist on hoop earrings. Find classic blazers, sweaters, and more from Brunello Cucinelli Icon collection, which is exclusively at Neiman Marcus. Still Here debuts a roster of super soft jeans in the Cloud capsule collection. And Jimmy Choo brings on the summer white with a pair of ruched pumps.
Everlane delivers the best basics with a new V-neck tank top. The Michael Kors Collection’s latest line masters the art of the pleated pant. Rue De Verneuil’s debut on Matches includes carry-everywhere totes. And Ganni transitions the loafer with a new backless silhouette.
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Fresh off the runway, Proenza Schouler’s metallic knit dresses, which were modeled by Bella Hadid, are finally here to shop. Agua by Agua Bendita beautifully combines geometric patterns with seasonal blooms on a wrap skirt in the new Simbolo collection. Cult Gaia upgrades the hoop earring with a trio of pearl-adorned loops. Eres prepares for warm days by the pool with a tropical one-shoulder swimsuit.
With muted green hues, Sandro makes a case for the wear-everywhere knit top. Bottega Veneta’s beloved cassette bag just landed at Neiman Marcus in a ready-for-summer raffia finish. Nensi Dojaka’s seductive cut-out dresses are ready for warmer days ahead, especially this alluring red newcomer. And Valentino’s iconic chain-lock sandals are now available in a two-tone shade.
Ottolinger continues to deliver head-turning prints. This time, it’s an abstract green design in a lightweight mesh. Sir keeps the maxi skirt trend going with a sumptuous satin take that’s lined with lace. In celebration of festival season, Pucci launched a few exclusive pieces on The Webster’s website, including this mini dress. Zara’s elevated Srpls is back with another drop of wardrobe must-haves—like the cushioned sandals here.
Paloma Wool masters the draped dress trend with a clingy cool design in a semi-sheer fabric. Jacquemus’s La Raphia collection continues to roll out into stores, including the Le Bisou bag, which comes in a wildly fun zebra print. Molly Goddard tops off a new shirred shirt with flirty ruffles. And Loewe keeps the statement-making accessories coming with a yellow pair of stilettos that feature a slanted heel.
Miu Miu leads the layered shirt trend with a two-in-one crop top. Coperni elevated the denim maxi skirt with cargo details. DeMellier keeps the quiet-luxury moment alive for summer with a raffia bag. And the Adidas Campus trainer is back with a suede finish.
Massimo Dutti’s Studio Collection is here and includes satin blazers perfect for warm-weather office dressing. Dries Van Noten delivers the prettiest bouquet of florals on a button-up crepe de chine shirt. Raey makes a strong case for elegant white trousers with a new pleated pair. And The Row’s new giant Devon bag is now available for purchase at Net-a-Porter.
With help from Anne Hathaway, Versace debuts the new Icons collection, which includes cropped corset tops and little black dresses—the brand’s sultry take on wardrobe staples. Magda Butrym delivers a refreshingly chic take on the baggy trouser with a sleek low-rise silhouette. Sandal season is here, and Jacquemus is kicking it off with an undeniably cool square-toe mule. Leave it to Bottega Veneta to turn a pair of hoop earrings into a sculptural work of art by encompassing them with an abstract print merlot-colored enamel finish.
Tove brings on the vibrant spring hues with a new soft velvet top. Alexander McQueen elevates the denim midi skirt with a luxe dark-wash rinse that is trimmed with a golden contrast stitching. Proenza Schouler White Label delivers a polished raffia tote bag perfect for everyday wear. And The Row makes minimalist dreams come true with the triangle-shaped Avery sandal.
Beaufille’s irresistible cut-outs are back. This time, the beloved Baes dress is available in a red hot hue. This is the moment to also prepare for a chic beach season with help from Hunza G’s latest crinkle textured swimsuits. In the same vein, Max Mara puts an elegant spin on the pareo with a silky mixed print. And Saint Laurent brings the gladiator sandal into 2023 with sleek, less-is-more details.
Dôen is making it easier than ever to get dressed with a must-have new set in a captivating green hue. On MatchesFashion’s website, the retailer is introducing us to Paola Sighinolfi’s mystical jewels, including the dazzling earrings ahead. And Marni delivers the ultimate head-turning handbag covered in playful fringe.
Dôen Amora cropped gathered silk crepe de chine top
Straight from the runway, Sportmax’s modern take on tailoring has landed at Saks Fifth Avenue. Gia Studios partnered with Ssense to deliver exclusive wardrobe staples—like the pleated trousers here. Neous continues the quiet luxury trend with a sleek burgundy handbag. Gabriela Hearst nails transitional shoe season with a trainer-meets-loafer hybrid.
If you can’t get enough of Loewe’s logo-stamped tank top, the new cropped tees will also pique your interest. The Row masters the art of classic tailoring with a perfectly oversized striped shirt. Co takes pleated black trousers to the next level with a wide-leg silhouette. And Manolo Blahnik’s classic mules are available in a fresh bright pink color.
Welcome the warmer days ahead with Sea’s new kaleidoscope printed shirt—it could also double as a lightweight layering piece. For the first time ever, La DoubleJ releases a collection of denim designs, including this flared-leg beauty. Loewe’s beloved raffia bag is up for grabs in a new two-tone colorway. And Bottega Veneta puts a woven stamp on sandal season with a chic pair of slides.
Count on Castañer to take espadrilles to the next level with braided platform heels in joyous hues. Likewise, Emporio Sirenuse has us excited to stock up on spring dresses, especially this cut-out design. Agua by Agua Bendita elevates the one-piece swimsuit with an abstract print in a vibrant orange shade. And Prada makes bucket bag dreams come true with a raffia rendition.
Saint Laurent takes us to the ’80s with a strong-shouldered power blazer to add to our wardrobes. If you’re a fan of Everlane’s Way-High Drape pant, they’re now available in a pinstripe motif. Chloé nails the smart, transitional shoe with a topstitched loafer. And DeMellier keeps the quiet luxury trend going with a minimalist crossbody bag.
Saint Laurent wool blazer jacket with shoulder pads
Miaou gives into the cheeky trend with a new satin skirt that includes unexpected cut-outs in the back. Loewe anchors a leather midi-dress with its signature anagram logo. Off–White is here to help us nail shirtdress dressing with a jewel-toned purple number. In the same metallic vein, Le Monde Beryl reveals a silver pair of Mary Janes.
The next chapter of the Adidas and Gucci partnership is here. This time, there are cropped hoodies, triple-stripe mules, and so much more to shop. Max Mara perfects the art of the maxi skirt with a gloriously undone linen design. Ferragamo introduces a fun sneaker for the season that includes the signature Gancini symbol on the sole. And Mejuri and Luar team up to deliver a limited-edition bag and chic jewels.
Gabriela Hearst upgrades the cardigan with an open mesh silk creation. Staud delivers a pair of breezy linen pants just in time for warmer days. Rhode makes the off-the-shoulder dress stand out like never before with a playful print. And Alexis Bittar adds a glamorous take on drop earrings with hand-carved lucite.