RIXO London's signature 'Georgia' skirt is updated for the new season in red silk crepe de chine printed with a scattering of dainty flowers. Inspired by '70s silhouettes, it has a midi hemline with two slits through the front to swish prettily as you walk.
KENZO's Spring '18 runway was a riot of pattern and color. Tap into the mood with this burgundy and sky-blue cotton-blend skirt. It has a ruffled hem and thick, stretchy waistband. Style yours with one the brand's iconic tiger tees and sneakers.
Styling maverick and blogger Reese Blutstein is a fan of Natalia Alaverdian's contemporary take on tartan – she just featured this A.W.A.K.E. skirt on her Instagram (@double3xposure) teamed with a pair of sculptural mules. Cut from the softest cotton, this piece is gathered at the waist in a flattering wrap shape and falls to a raw high-low hem. Take cues from the Spring '18 runway and wear yours with the brand's draped blouse.
Alice + Olivia's Spring '18 presentation was a re-imagining of New York's Chelsea Hotel, transporting show-goers back to the '70s artists' colony. This 'Katz' skirt is cut from metallic silk-blend lamé and falls in rainbow-colored asymmetric pleats - they move so beautifully when you dance.
Joseph's maxi skirt is quietly elegant, so we can guarantee you'll want to wear it repeatedly to future parties and events. It's cut on the bias from burgundy silk-satin that skims your figure and trails to an ankle-skimming length. Team yours with the matching tank or try it with an oversized sweater in the same shade.
Skirt suits are a game-changer this season, so team Gucci's mini version with one of the label's tweed jackets to embrace the trend. This piece is cut from a woven silk and wool-blend in a flattering A-line shape and trimmed with signature navy and red webbing at the waist. The satin lining ensures the smoothest fit. Outfit 1: Gucci Shoulder bag, Jil Sander Sandals, Simone Rocha Earrings. Outfit 2: Gucci T-shirt, Gucci Shoulder bag, Jil Sander Sandals, Miu Miu Socks, Simone Rocha Earrings. -- Red silk and wool-blend, red and navy webbing - Concealed hook and zip fastening at side - 66% silk, 34% wool; trim: 50% cotton, 50% viscose; lining: 71% acetate, 29% silk - Dry clean - Made in Italy
Our Fashion Director Lisa Aiken shared a photograph of models wearing Michael Lo Sordo's maxi skirt with this matching blouse at his show in Australia and proclaimed it one her highlights of fashion week. It's tailored from shimmering coated-velvet and has a deep split at the front. Why not wear it with a red lip for good measure?
This season, the most impactful pieces are the ones in bold, standout colors. Gucci's red skirt is made from smooth wool and silk-blend that's just structured enough to holds its A-line shape perfectly. Wear yours with a tucked-in top to show off the signature burnished gold 'GG' emblem at the waist.
Reminiscent of '60s styles, Gucci's skirt is cut in a flattering A-line silhouette. It's been made in Italy from striped tweed and is finished with the house's iconic burnished gold 'GG' logo at the waist. Make sure you tuck in your top to show off the signature embellishment.
A leather skirt will never fail to look chic and cool, and we love the bold red color of Acne Studios' mini 'Shiryn' style. Lined in satin-twill for a smooth and comfortable fit, it has an A-line wrap silhouette and is detailed with polished silver snaps along the waistband. Style yours with the label's oversized sweater and sneakers.
Becoming a new mother got designer Marta Marques thinking about the high demands of womanhood and all the different roles we take on - which served as a major inspiration for Marques' Almeida's Spring '18 collection. This wrap skirt is crafted from tulle and covered with scores of iridescent sequins that reverse from red to black with a simple swipe. Complement the asymmetric hem with sleek ankle boots.
Balmain's pieces are instantly recognizable thanks to the signature lion-embossed button embellishments - they really pop against the red hue of this mini skirt. It's spun from tweed that's woven with cotton for breathability and cut for a slim fit. Try yours with the matching blazer.
We love the dramatic shape of Marques' Almeida's red skirt - it looks different from every angle, so comes out great in photos. Made from crinkled-taffeta that has a slightly crisp handle, this piece is cut to sit high at the waist and falls to the shin at its longest point. Wear yours with tucked-in shirt or tee.
Spring '18 Milan Fashion Week kicked off with Gucci's show, which opened with this midi skirt - it was paired with an oversized blazer, but looks just as cool with one of the house's graphic tees. Made in Italy, it's cut from cotton-blend canvas and printed with an updated version of the 'GG' archival lettering. The red leather piping matches the iconic motif.
Alessandro Michele constantly delves into Gucci's archives for inspiration, and the Spring '18 runway was full of reworked motifs and historical codes. Seen at the show, this denim midi skirt reimagines the 'Sylvie' webbing in different proportions and is finished with signature GG-embossed buttons. Echo the look on the day with this tweed blazer and these logo jacquard loafers, or make the most of the midi length with platform sandals.
Isabel Marant Étoile's 'Ines' skirt can be styled with the coordinating 'Ianey' blazer, or a bomber or denim jacket for something a bit more casual. It's made from checked linen and has a ruffled panel along the front that creates flattering ruching. This piece hits at the knee, so works best with flats or low-top sneakers.
According to Stella McCartney's show notes, Spring '18 is a joyful exploration of British style, which she playfully reflects in color and volume. Cut from crisp taffeta, the ruched waist and saturated tomato-red hue of this skirt make it reminiscent of styles from the '80s. Mirror the runway by wearing it with an oversized tee or a tucked-in sweater and heels.
Vince's red midi skirt is made from airy cotton-gauze and has a twisted waist and gently gathered inverted pleats. While neutrals might feel like the safest choice to style it with, we suggest trying soft shades of pink - think blush and peach.
Miu Miu's collections always have a nostalgic feel, as the label's '40s-inspired Pre-Fall '17 lineup proves. This pencil skirt is woven from tactile wool-tweed in a classic checked pattern. Give it a cool spin by wearing yours with a hooded sweatshirt.
A romantic sense of nostalgia informs much of Erdem Moralioglu's work and for Resort '18, this came through in the '40s-inspired shapes and dreamlike details. This midi skirt is cut from floral satin-jacquard printed with painterly blooms and knife-pleated to create movement.
Styled with the matching top for the Resort '18 collection, Altuzarra's 'Mallory' skirt is a year-round staple we can see ourselves wearing time and again. It's cut from striped panels of red and black stretch-knit and finished with a cool asymmetric hem. Wear it now with cozy sweaters and ankle boots, then give it a new life come summer with simple tees and strappy sandals.
Vanessa Seward's 'Farida' skirt has such an effortless elegance - it finishes just above the ankle and can be worn with flats and heels alike. Cut from fluid silk-blend muslin, this high-rise piece has a pretty bloom motif shot through with golden threads designed by artist Jason Glasser. We like it styled with slouchy boots.
Marni celebrates individuality by experimenting with color, print and texture. A fine example, this maxi skirt has been made in Italy from wool that's subtly gathered to create a tactile puckered effect. The red, burgundy and cream stripes run vertically to elongate your frame – enhance the effect with the matching top.
Sacai's signature hybrid pieces may be complicated in construction but they're so easy and fun to wear. Made from a tactile combination of lustrous satin and cotton-canvas, this wrap skirt is printed with a geometric checked pattern and has sharp pleats that create beautiful movement as you walk.
Swapping signature zigzags for stripes, Missoni's skirt is made up of glittery rainbow colors. Fitted with an elasticated waistband, this knitted piece has crisp pleats that beautifully flare out towards the knee. Wear yours with a sweater in the day, switching to a camisole come evening.
The inspirations for Marques' Almeida latest collection come from every corner of the globe – the graphic red and white stripes on this linen-blend skirt are a reference to the American flag. It wraps around the waist and is finished with an asymmetric, raw-edged hem. Wear yours with ankle boots or slides.
In true Jonathan Saunders form, clashing colors and prints appear throughout Diane von Furstenberg's Resort '18 collection. This midi skirt is cut from smooth silk crepe de chine panels - two of which feature botanical patterns inspired by English wallpapers. We like it with an oversized sweater or blouse.
Thom Browne experimented with Madras plaid for Resort '18, giving workwear staples an unexpectedly preppy spin. This mini skirt is spun from cotton-blend tweed in colorful hues that stray from the brand's traditional color palette. Style it with the matching blazer and brogues, opting to take it beyond the office with a graphic tee and sneakers. Outfit 1: The Row T-shirt, Goldsign Jacket, Veja Sneakers, Loewe Pouch. Outfit 2: Thome Browne Top. -- Multicolored cotton-blend tweed - Concealed hook and zip fastening at back - 80% cotton, 16% polyester, 4% nylon - Dry clean - Designer color: Fun Mix - Made in Italy
Few colors are more striking or eye-catching than red. STAUD's vibrant midi skirt is cut from crepe in a flattering A-line shape and trimmed with contrasting pink tassels. Wear it as the brand intended - with the matching top.
Marni's midi skirt has been bias-cut in Italy from diagonal panels of fluid crepe de chine in contrasting mint and burgundy shades. The white satin waistband and single stripe at the hem add fluidity and luster. We think it looks great with the brand's other graphic prints - check out our edit for the chicest shirts and blouses.
Expertly made in Italy, Miu Miu's crepe skirt is playfully printed with baby-pink and black strawberries on a bold red background. It has a flattering wrap front with ties at the waist and ruffled trims for movement. We think it looks really fresh teamed with a white tee and denim jacket.
Vivienne Westwood is synonymous with tartan – who could forget the role she played in the '70s punk movement and that iconic Anglomania collection in '93? From the Spring '18 lineup, this mini skirt is made from soft cotton and cut to create an asymmetric hemline. Keep it carefree with a tee or pair yours with the matching blazer for a bolder look.
STAUD's 'Panda' mini skirt is a perfect summer wardrobe piece. Cut from cotton-blend, it's designed to sit high on the waist and has a clean-lined silhouette. Try yours with a graphic T-shirt and sneakers.
Victoria Beckham's crepe skirt has an asymmetric flounced hem which drapes beautifully. The bold red shade is more versatile than you might think - it looks great with a tonal blouse but works just as well with light colors like gray and cream.
Attico's Gilda Ambrosio and Giorgia Tordini love this skirt from their Spring '18 lineup so much, they made a bag using the same fabric and embellishments. Spliced to the thigh, it's cut from smooth satin and decorated with multicolored sequins arranged in vibrant floral and dragon motifs. Reference the label's lookbook and team it with a pastel-hued blouse tucked in.
Parisian designer Atlantique Ascoli is inspired by the work and philosophies of the women she admires, including Diana Vreeland, Charlotte Perriand and Diane Keaton. An elegant addition to your spring wardrobe, this red skirt is cut from a cotton and linen-blend that holds its subtly flared shape. We love this piece teamed with the coordinating top.
Giambattista Valli looked to the vivid colours of traditional Indian and Japanese outfits for the label's Resort '18 collection. Made in Italy from weightless silk-chiffon, this midi skirt has a dainty bow at the waist and a tightly gathered tier that adds fluid movement. Wear yours with the coordinating blouse.
If you want to make a bold statement this season, Elizabeth and James' 'Frances' tomato-red skirt is a great piece to start with. Cut from a fluid crepe de chine, this maxi style has discreet side pockets and a ribbed-knit waistband for a flexible and flattering fit - highlight it with a white tucked-in top.
Every season Gucci delivers with instant cult-hit 'GG' prints – this skirt is decorated with the house's latest geometric pattern, influenced by vivid '70s styles. It's cut from lustrous silk-twill and finished with neatly pressed pleats. Try styling yours with the matching shirt and heels.
Balenciaga's Creative Director Demna Gvasalia is known for taking classic staples and elevating with meticulous construction and avant-garde details. Made in Italy from checked wool, this midi skirt fits close through the hips before falling to a stepped asymmetric hem with side slits that swish as you walk. Wear it with the brand's printed T-shirt.