Photography by Carlyle Routh; styling by Nadia Pizzimenti.
Lecavalier’s collection marries shield-like leather accents with less aggressive garments.
Upcycled wools from past collections are pieced together into Alexander McQueen’s dramatic frocks, combining historic romance with contemporary sustainability.
A gauzy vintage find sparkles with the help of Area’s glittering headpiece.
Cozy up in an intricate night gown with a cardigan in a heavy-gauge knit.
For a more structured approach to the season’s angelic mood, a Sportmax shift swags neatly across the waist.
Fendi’s knit piece relaxes the silhouette of a traditional corset over fine layers of lace.
The smocking details on the bust, waist and sleeves of a Sid Neigum dress lend classic white cotton a unique shape.
A shirt with a ruffled collar and trousers with a balloon shape illustrate the Edwardian and 1980s mix on the Chanel runway.
Blouse and trousers, available at Chanel. Gloves, stylist’s own.
Following its tradition of combining demure and utilitarian elements, Sacai’s sheer slip is given an edge by pairing it with tailored trousers.
Sacai blouse, pants, boots and earrings, available through sacai.jp.
Acne employs retro-plush burnout velvet in a modern line that subverts the fabric’s fussy softness.
Makeup and hair by Sheri Stroh for Plutino Group. Photographed at Lune 1860 in Goderich, Ontario.
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