Paying tribute to an exciting street in one of NYC’s signature shopping destinations, the MERCER collection features stainless steel mesh straps for an exquisite look that suits this fashionable neighborhood. Strap: Rose gold plated stainless steel mesh strap with clasp fastening. The strap can be easily adjusted to a minimum length (perimeter) of 15.5 cm and a maximum of 20 cm. This mesh strap is not interchangeable with leather straps from the other collection Dial: Eggshell white dial detailed with rosegold hands and indexes. Movement: Durable Japanese Quartz movement. Warranty: Two years from the date of purchase. Water-resistance: 3 ATM water-resistant.
Case Ultra-thin 8 mm case in rosegold. Case diameter: 38 mm. Strap Length Max: 20cm Min: 15.5cm
Inspired by an iconic NYC neighborhood and caught between boho-chic and classic, the BOWERY collection combines a minimalist, ultra-thin watch case with elegantly stitched leather straps. Strap: Black genuine leather strap. All our leather straps are interchangeable. Dial: White dial detailed with silver hands and indexes. Movement: Durable Japanese quartz movement. Warranty: Two years from the date of purchase. Water-resistance: 3 ATM water resistant.
Case: Ultra-thin 7 mm case in Silver. Case diameter: 38 mm.
The glamorous, seductive DVF Frederica slip dress first debuted at our New York Fashion Week Experience. Now, the style returns, for Pre-Fall in a fresh mix of colors, fabrics and prints. Wear now, wear later.
Structured tailoring is part of the reason why fashion aficionados storm the doors when a new Stella McCartney collection arrives. The other part is that her designs never lack originality, but aren’t too avant-garde for the office. Take this crepe top; a minimal zip detail from round neck to hem is suggestive of the British designer’s other love – sportswear – while a flared hem and popper-fastened sleeve pleats win points for formality.
Informed by the supermodel come fashion designer’s own personal taste, Heidi Klum Intimates occupies the space where form and function meet. Sensual but always structured, each collection plays to your assets with natural support. The Johana contour bra is a slinky vision in mesh and lace with suggestively scalloped edging. Doused in floral fantasia at the underwired cups, straps lift from the back all the way to the underband for a confident fit.
Bought up with the influence of father and founder of the imitable French label Comptoir des Cotonniers, it came as no surprise when brothers Alexander, Laurent and Raphael Elisha began their own fashion house The Kooples. Perfect for working this season’s highly sought-after athlesiure trend, this slouchy hoody comes complete with an easy zip-up fastening and destroyed hems for a cool, lived-in look.
Raised in California, Chicago-born Creative Director Matthew Williams weaves his talents through the worlds of art, music and fashion with his covetable label ALYX. This season it’s all about the mock neck – a late-1980s and early-1990s wardrobe staple. This oversized top is made from soft cotton jersey and detailed with a tiny floral print at the front, and flocked branding to the back.
Italian fashion powerhouse Max Mara has been a byword for classic femininity since it was founded in 1951. These Canditi trousers present an ultra-skinny profile in form-fitting stretch cotton. Sitting to a mid-rise waist, the tapered leg looks even better styled with heeled courts. You’ll find this refined separate will be called upon time and time again, making a timeless investment.
Joseph knows that every good wardrobe is built on a foundation of high quality basics. Case in point: this turtleneck jumper. Kept lightweight so that it lends itself to layered outfits, the close-fitting style is knitted from the finest wool for a super-soft feeling against your skin.
Fill your AW16 wardrobe with vintage-inspired classics from Opening Ceremony with this velvet jacket. Beautifully crushed with a crocodile-embossed pattern throughout, the oversized design and elasticated cuffs give this layer an enviable ‘90s nonchalance. Founded in 2002 by two friends Carol Lim and Humberto Leon, this American-born label enjoys a multinational approach to fashion.
With a strong focus on deconstruction, Enfants Riches Déprimés refuses to abide by the rules of luxury fashion. Launched by Henri Alexander in 2012, the label successfully fuses French-punk streetwear with Japanese avant-garde style. Simple yet effective, this cotton-jersey top will put its stamp on your AW16 casualwear. Ribbed at the neckline with a straight-cut hem, the contrasting logo-print at the sleeves finishes with instant brand identification.