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The Fall Edit: Dries Van Noten, SAINT LAURENT, Max Mara, Proenza Schouler, Isabel Marant, STAUD

After a hot, muggy New York Fashion Week defined by short hems and unseasonably sheer fabrics, all we want to wear are true fall outfits. The more cosy knitwear and creamy leather, the better. This week, the forecast cooperated with our urge to pile on fall dresses, cosy sweaters, and leather boots.

So, we're going to NET-a-Porter!

Dries Van Noten’s ‘Pamplona’ pants are made from soft cotton-corduroy in a rich brown that goes just as well with vibrant or neutral tops. They're designed to sit at your natural waist and have sharp pleats that enhance the wide shape of the legs.

"I enjoy juggling with colors, textures and light in a way that evokes rather than provokes," says Dries Van Noten of his signature style.

This midi dress is made from lustrous silk-blend brocade that's woven with gold threads to highlight the artful floral print and trimmed with voile.

Proenza Schouler refers to this shirt dress as 'ice-dyed' for the beautiful ombré effect through its length. It's made from cotton-blend velvet that hugs your frame before flowing to a full skirt.

Isabel Marant's 'Dusika' jacket is a more relaxed version of the classic trench. It's cut from lightweight cotton-twill and has a double-breasted front with drawstrings to alter the shape. The tabs on the cuffs nod to the traditional style. Layer yours over a sweater dress as styled on the Fall '23 runway.

SAINT LAURENT's 'Lee' slingbacks will elevate any look thanks to the shiny sculptural heels. They've been made in Italy from glossy patent-leather and have an exaggerated gold-tone buckle. The brown shade is endlessly versatile.

For Fall '23, Dries Van Noten felt inspired to create pieces that you'll want to cherish, resulting in ornate styles like this midi skirt.

Worn on the runway, it's made from lightweight mesh that's intricately layered with reams of silk thread and embroidered with artful blooms. Mirror the show styling by wearing yours with the matching top.

Dries Van Noten's appreciation for nature can be spotted in many of the label's spirited collections. This silk crepe de chine turtleneck top imaginatively spins threads to create a textured landscape. It's overlaid with airy tulle to frame the botanical scene like an exquisite artwork.

SAINT LAURENT's Fall '23 collection is equal parts elegant and powerful, drawing inspiration from the silhouettes of the '80s.

Shown on the runway in Paris, this top is cut from glossy cream silk-satin and has a softly draped open back. Style yours with sharp tailored pants to emphasize the exaggerated shoulders.

Maxi-length coats are huge this season, and we especially love the powerful feel of this ‘Eccesso’ one from Max Mara’s runway. It's been expertly tailored in Italy from herringbone wool and features padded shoulders, peak lapels and a double-breasted front. A smooth shell lining allows for easy layering over chunky knits.

You're bound to turn heads wherever you go in STAUD's 'Tulip' midi skirt - it's completely covered in light-catching glass beads.

Made from stretch-jersey, it sits at your natural waist and has a generous back vent for ease of movement. Wear it with the coordinating top, or opt for a chunky black sweater instead.



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