Women's Spring Fashion
DISCOVER SPRING FASHION
PHOTOGRAPHED BY CAMILA FALQUEZ
Brighter days have arrived: it's time to start fresh and put refined simplicity first. Timeless staples and key investment pieces lay the foundation for an elevated wardrobe you'll turn to season after season.
Founded in 2006 by Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, The Row is an ode to minimalist restraint. Known for their use of luxe materials, sharp tailoring and understated silhouettes, their designs are a modern take on everyday style that centers on timelessness.
What We Love: The Row's feel-good, no-fuss essentials come to life this season with a focus on relaxed shapes, clean lines and a pared-back palette.
This Season's Must-Have: Their knit dresses, made with handspun organic silk from Japan, pair perfectly with their iconic trench—and just about everything else from the collection.
In 2011, Stephanie Danan and Justin Kern founded Co, a Los Angeles-based womenswear brand that reflects a foundational, less-is-more approach to dressing. Think simple silhouettes and classic designs that both look and feel quietly luxurious.
What We Love: City-ready with a cool-girl spin, this latest collection is laid-back but refined—perfect for everyday lounging and living.
This Season's Must-Have: The collection has neutral cardigans and elegant tank tops that would slip easily into any wardrobe, but the real star is this silk button-up dress that was made for moments of calm.
Founded in 2016 by creative director Catherine Holstein, New York-based Khaite is known for turning out elevated classics that feel current yet timeless, effortless yet structured, polished yet irreverent.
What We Love: Fueled by an artful balance of the masculine and feminine, Khaite's fluid designs are gently fitted and easy to wear now and later.
This Season's Must-Have: Khaite's flowy, pleated dress is a key item to cherish this season and beyond. Toughen up the look with a leather jacket or keep it elegant with a softly structured cardigan.
Peter Do got his start working with Phoebe Philo at Celine and later worked with Derek Lam before establishing his namesake label in 2018, quickly becoming a 2020 LVMH Prize finalist. Inspired by classic menswear suiting, Do blends innovative cuts and powerful silhouettes for his highly coveted designs.
What We Love: Do's winning formula for his sleek daywear: handcrafted designs that use fabric and drape to put comfort first, resulting in a collection that's meant to be lived in.
This Season's Must-Have: A hybrid silk dress that converts into a draped evening top is the two-in-one piece you need right now. As with all of Do's pieces, layer for maximum impact or wear them as striking separates.
Joseph Altuzarra founded his namesake label in 2008 and became well loved for the elegant and sensual designs that won him a CFDA Womenswear Designer of the Year Award in 2014.
What We Love: Light, slinky silhouettes that play with volume and drape get reimagined into wardrobe mainstays that you'll reach for again and again.
This Season's Must-Have: This dress with fluttery, capelike shoulders is a prime example of Altuzarra's modern approach to feminine silhouettes. The gently cinched waist adds form, while the black leather makes it a chic addition to any modern wardrobe.
Thom Browne launched his first full line of womenswear in 2011, bringing a fresh new take to classic menswear-inspired cuts with modern proportions, edgy accents and his signature red, white and blue trim.
What We Love: An almost all-white palette allows Browne's genius use of tailoring, embroidery and luxe fabrics to add visual impact to the collection.
This Season's Must-Have: With a sporty, elongated silhouette and oversized pleating, this skirt will fit seamlessly into any wardrobe. Wear it with a crisp button-up shirt now and a soft tank later.
Known for the finest Italian craftsmanship, Brunello Cucinelli founded his iconic label in 1979 with a focus on dyed cashmere knitwear. The brand has now expanded into a full line of handmade, everyday wear that centers on discreet luxury.
What We Love: An overall feeling of lightness in shape and form is contrasted with more rustic, tactile touches for pieces that are relaxed but elegant.
This Season's Must-Have: An elegantly tiered poplin sundress layered under a soft linen blazer will be your new go-to uniform.