Haider Ackermann Fashion for Women
Haider Ackermann's black cami top is a lesson in understated sensuality. It's cut from liquid-like silk-satin and falls from skinny shoulder straps into a daringly deep V-neck that anchors the simple shape. Let yours bring a touch of romance to everything from jeans to tailoring.
Haider Ackermann's pants feel just as easy to wear as your favorite pair of jeans – and are just as versatile. This skinny style is made from tactile brushed-leather and trimmed with lilac grosgrain stripes along the sides. Wear them with a tucked-in cami and heels or a slouchy sweater and sneakers.
This blossom-pink linen Mercure jacket was part of the fifth look on Haider Ackermann's SS17 runway - one of many modern tailored pieces to be showcased. It's crafted to a double-breasted silhouette that's cropped to the waist and finished with slim notch lapels. Coordinate it with the label's matching trousers for an off-kilter event look.
Haider Ackermann's pink Iteso maxi dress was the final look shown on the SS16 runway and it typifies the show's sexy languid mood. Delicate spaghetti straps give way to a deep V-neck and cutaway shoulders while soft ruffles bring movement and drama to the handkerchief hem. Layer the complementing black lace gown over the top for a darker edge.
Eveningwear comes pared-back yet super elegant at Haider Ackermann this season. This Momu ivory mid-weight silk-crepe gown is cut out at the shoulders with a racer back and halterneck. It fits close to the body and falls into a subtle fishtail at the hem. Add toughness with a black clutch and lace-up heels.
Haider Ackermann's black and white polka-dot print satin skirt strikes the perfect balance between subtle rebellion and everyday elegance. It's shaped with an ultra high-rise waist gathered with elasticated inserts on the side and then falls into a sweeping asymmetric hem lined with black silk. Layer it with a cami top and tailored jacket to emulate the label's modern approach to occasionwear.
Tailored for a flattering high-rise fit Haider Ackermann's navy linen-twill Agrippina trousers are sleek and sophisticated. They're trimmed with a petrol-blue silk-satin waistband for subtle lustre and finished with front pleats to further streamline the silhouette. Team them with a boyfriend blazer and backless loafers for instant city chic.
Haider Ackermann's striped coat was an obvious choice when selecting the best of this season's suiting for our latest campaign. This matte-satin piece is designed with the classic hallmarks of a blazer, such as structured padded shoulders, notched lapels and flap pockets, but is cut longer on the body. It's strategically gathered at the back to nip in the masculine shape.
Reputed for his impeccable tailoring, Haider Ackermann creates timeless pieces that you'll turn to in years to come. This crepe blazer is loosely cut so it skims past the hips and is trimmed with purple piping to highlight the contrasting satin shawl lapels and cuffs. This piece looks so sleek with a camisole and cigarette pants.
Haider Ackermann's striped shirt is cut from fluid black and white matte-satin in an easy, loose silhouette that exudes Parisian cool. Fold up the wide cuffs to reveal the checked reverse, and leave the neck ties undone to really capture that insouciant French girl look. Echo our Spring '18 campaign styling by pairing it with the matching pants and coat.
Haider Ackermann's ankle boots have a chunky Cuban heel and curved profile just like traditional cowboy boots. They've been expertly made in Italy from anthracite suede and have slim leather-trimmed cuffs. Loosely tuck them under the hem of slouchy pants.
Haider Ackermann's camisole is made from crepe de chine patterned with diagonal white stripes. It has a plunging V-neckline and is suspended on slim straps that dip low on the back to elegantly frame your shoulders - so make sure to underpin it with some gel petals. When you're not wearing it solo on warm days, slip it over a turtleneck or lightweight sweater.
Haider Ackermann's trench coat makes transitioning through the seasons effortless - it's light enough for warm spring days, and the oversized fit means you can easily layer a chunky sweater underneath if the temperatures dip again. This cotton-gabardine style has a pleated back hem and playful polka-dot lining and throat latch. Wear it with everything from jeans to dresses.
We love how cool Haider Ackermann's blazer looks on – especially when it's worn with the matching pants. It's made from pinstriped satin and tailored with extra-long sleeves and exaggerated shoulders. Leave yours unbuttoned over a camisole or slogan tee.
Polka-dots are having a huge revival this season - the print feels more sophisticated and modern than ever. Haider Ackermann's crepe dress is cut in a long column silhouette with splits at the sides that create elegant movement through the skirt. Wear yours with bare legs and sock boots.
If you're looking to incorporate polka-dots into your wardrobe, Haider Ackermann's coat is just the piece you need - go the extra mile with his blouse and pants, too. Fully lined for a smooth fit, this style has been made in Italy from voile and features satin lapels, raglan sleeves and a back vent for unrestricted movement.
Haider Ackermann's pants are cut from polka dot-printed crepe in a classic straight shape. They sit comfortably high on your waist and have neatly pressed creases through the front to keep them looking sharp, and your legs looking long. Wear yours with a silk blouse to formal events or try with a tucked-in tee and sneakers at the weekend.
Haider Ackermann's stripy maxi dress is cut from lustrous satin and skims the body beautifully. It turns to reveal an elegant low back with crisscross straps. The hem is slightly shorter at the front, so pair this piece with lace-up sandals.
Haider Ackermann takes classic designs and updates them in new and exciting ways. This hybrid sweater is spun from a wool and cashmere-blend and offset with hammered-satin sleeves that are elongated to accentuate their drape. Wear yours with slim-leg pants and ankle boots.
Haider Ackermann's crepe dress highlights your shoulders and décolletage in the coolest, most minimal way. Split at the back so the skirt feels airy and relaxed, it has a flexible neckline and extra-long sleeves that fall past your knuckles. Wear it with barely-there sandals.
Fit and versatility are the two key qualities we look out for when choosing a camisole and Haider Ackermann's version delivers both. Cut from fluid black satin, it's suspended from delicate spaghetti straps and has a plunging neckline. Wear yours as part of an elegant evening ensemble with tailoring, or try layering it over a casual tee.
Haider Ackermann's ribbed top is spun with a hint of cashmere for softness and printed all over with graphic ivory and black stripes - the back is cut from silk-chiffon that feels light and airy against your skin. The long length means it looks best tucked-in.
The beauty of Haider Ackermann's maxi dress is in its versatility - you can style it with pumps or keep it more casual with sneakers and a denim jacket. Cut from ribbed jersey and silk crepe de chine, this army-green design has a flattering racer-back and slightly loose fit.
The shirt-inspired details and pristine white stripes on Haider Ackermann's dress are reminiscent of classic tailoring. This maxi style is tailored from lustrous cotton and has slits through the sides to emphasize the fluid silhouette. Leave the first few buttons undone at the collar to showcase a necklace or a printed tee.
When Haider Ackermann travels he likes to observe the people he sees (rather than just looking at what they're wearing) in order to capture a mood or feeling - that's why his collections feel so natural and wearable. Designed with concealed fastenings to streamline the high-rise waist, these cotton-blend skinny pants are woven with sharp pinstripes and have cream grosgrain trims along the sides. We like them with other monochrome separates.
Haider Ackermann's blouse is cut from silk-crepe in a pretty dark-purple hue. It's detailed with pintucked pleats and draped front panels – one fastens at the waist while the other falls loose to create fluid movement. Style yours with tailored pants and heels for evening.
Worn alongside the matching blazer, Haider Ackermann's striped pants make such a cool and modern suit. This satin pair sits high on the waist and has cuffed hems. Team yours with a pair of slippers or sleek heels.
Haider Ackermann is known for his expert tailoring and masterful draping techniques, both of which are displayed beautifully on this blouse. It's cut from silk-chiffon printed with graphic polka-dots and pleated along the front to define the relaxed fit. Underpin it with a camisole or bra.
Haider Ackermann likes the imperfections in his designs because he says they give them character. Inspired by classic bomber styles, this jacket is cut from cotton-jersey and paneled with distressed black twill. It has chunky silver zips and satin piping that defines the sporty raglan sleeves. Wear it over a midi dress with heeled boots.
Haider Ackermann is highly regarded in industry circles for his masterful approach to tailoring and draping fabrics. Cut from ruby-red crepe, this figure-hugging gown has asymmetric ruching through the bodice and a layered side slit. Style it simply with sculptural earrings and heels.
The precise cut of Haider Ackermann's black ribbed Nikorma top lends it seductive appeal. The second-skin fit is finished with a skinny racer back and a distinctive cut-out neckline that highlights just the right amount of decollete. Pair it with leather trousers for a tough look.
This gold and black leopard-print silk-blend plissé maxi skirt was first spotted slinking down Haider Ackermann's SS17 runway. Typically striking it's crafted with sharp knife pleats that swish with every step and is finished with a self-fastening tie to flatter the waist. Style it with a tailored blazer and mules for evening dates.
These black leather Bussey trousers will inject any look with Haider Ackermann's rock 'n' roll attitude. The super-skinny silhouette is panelled with iridescent metallic-silver tweed and khaki-green grosgrain stripes to directional effect and is lined in an ultra-light cotton-twill for all-day comfort. Tuck in a blouse and elevate with point-toe boots for a runway-inspired take.
Haider Ackermann's gauzy black Taranis slip dress is 1990s grunge perfection. It's crafted from a cotton and nylon-blend mesh and detailed with floral-lace inserts at the handkerchief hemline. Style it as the designer did - over a silken base layer - or use it to show off an exquisite corseted body.
Arriving straight from the SS17 runway these black wide-leg Canis trousers demonstrate Haider Ackermann's mastery of fluid silhouettes. They're set with fine pleats for flowing movement and contrasted with metallic-silver stripes for a shot of evening-worthy glamour. Coordinate with the matching jacket and watch them become a mainstay of your after-hours roster.
This dusky-pink Myristicin skirt is a beautiful piece from Haider Ackermann's SS16 collection. It's crafted from bias-cut hammered-satin for a fluid drape and styled with a defining black velvet waistband and a dramatic fishtail step hem. Tuck in a white blouse completing a sultry look with lace-up sandals.
Haider Ackermann signals the entry into spring with its ivory linen and wool-blend trousers. High-waisted with long wide legs they're tailored for an exceptional fit. Keep the look tonal from head to toe for the most impact.
Haider Ackermann is synonymous with classic shapes and off-kilter details as these skinny-leg Madame trousers demonstrate. Fresh from the AW16 runway they have a mid-rise shape that's comprised of a sleek black leather back and pink animal-motif jacquard front. Match the khaki-green grosgrain side stripes with a tonal jacket and roll-neck sweater.
Offbeat patterns and precise shapes best describes Haider Ackermann's AW16 collection. Straight from the runway these pink silk-blend Madeleine trousers feature a contemporary animal-motif jacquard and have a high-rise straight-leg shape that tapers from the knee. Nod to the designer's avant-garde sensibility by wearing them with a clashing hound's-tooth jacket.
Fresh from the AW16 runway this black and white wool-blend hound's-tooth jacket is Haider Ackermann's contemporary take on heritage. It's tailored for a slim silhouette with a double-breasted front but is deconstructed with raw edges at the collar epaulettes and cuff straps. This sharp style looks just as good worn open as it does buttoned to the top - try layering it with an on-point khaki-green base layer.