Jacquemus Fashion for Women
Simon Porte Jacquemus took over Musée Picasso to present his Spring '18 collection - he then celebrated the show's rave reviews at VOGUE 's Paris Fashion Week party with Emily Ratajkowski on his arm wearing this 'Bahia' dress and earrings from the runway. It's cut from white cotton and plunges low into a twisted, knotted front. The designer made sure the models kept trying it on in the studio, revisiting the silhouette 10 times to ensure the draping was perfect.
This backless 'Sperone' dress caught everyone's attention at Jacquemus' Spring '18 show as the rosy-cheeked model sashayed her way through Paris' Picasso Museum. Part of Simon Porte Jacquemus's 'La Bomba' collection - or ' La Bombe ', as they say in the designer's beloved South of France - it's lightly knitted from a sheer sky-blue cotton-blend in a mini length. Wear yours on vacation with strappy sandals and ceramic earrings.
Simon Porte Jacquemus initially took a minimalist approach to design in order to save money, but he executed the concept so well that it became one of the label's signatures. Handmade from velvety black suede, these 'Maceio' mules are set on mismatched wooden heels shaped like a ball and pyramid. The square-cut vamp adds to their cool architectural feel.
Polished leather clutch in black. Detachable and adjustable shoulder strap with lanyard clasp fastening. Single rolled carry handle. Logo plaque at face. Foldover flap with magnetic press-stud fastening. Suede interior in beige. Gold-tone hardware. Tonal stitching. Approx. 4.75 length x 3.5 height x 2.25 width.
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Jacquemus' architectural footwear for SS18 concisely reflects the French label's artful spontaneous attitude. These dark-beige suede slingback pumps are set on mismatched wooden sphere and sculptural block heels with slim heel straps and light tan-brown leather soles. Wear them as the focal point with pared-back tailoring.
Sleeveless woven wool dress in black. V-neck collar. Twisted construction at front. Draped detailing at side and back. Concealed zip closure at side. Asymmetric hem. Unlined. Tonal stitching.
Grained leather clutch in camel tan. Detachable and adjustable shoulder strap in light tan with lanyard clasp fastening. Single rolled carry handle. Logo plaque at face. Foldover flap with magnetic press-stud fastening. Suede interior in beige. Gold-tone hardware. Tonal stitching. Approx. 4.75 length x 3.5 height x 2.25 width.
Long sleeve lightweight woven cotton dress in white. Vented spread collar. Twisted construction with knot at front. Single-button barrel cuffs. Asymmetric hem. Unlined. Tonal stitching.
These 'La Spirale' earrings are inspired by the keys and door handles found inside Simon Porte Jacquemus' childhood home in the south of France. Seen on the label's Spring '18 runway, they're designed in mismatched geometric shapes in contrasting silver and gold tones. Show them off with your hair tucked behind your ear.
Simon Porte Jacquemus kicked off Paris Fashion Week by becoming the first designer to stage a fashion show inside Musée Picasso. This V-neck sweater in knitted from cotton in a fresh yellow hue - if you like the style, we also have it in black, too. It has cool side splits and looks great with gold jewelry.
Jacquemus' Spring '18 lineup - which features beautiful draped, asymmetric silhouettes - is centered around the designer's idyllic childhood growing up in the South of France. Designed with a wrap-effect front, this wool top has exaggerated sleeves and slim crossover shoulder straps. We love how the demure front offsets the exposed back.
You don't have to scroll through Simon Porte Jacquemus' Instagram for long before pictures of the sunny South of France pop up - his fond memories of the region influence the latest collection. This party-ready 'Bahia' top is cut from black wool-piqué and beautifully manipulated to fall in soft knotted drapes through the front. It looks best layered over skinny jeans or narrow pants.
For Spring '18, Simon Porte Jacquemus takes inspiration from the everyday objects found around his mother's house in the South of France. One of these gunmetal-tone earrings is cast in a sculptural spiral, while the other is enameled to look like a lemon. This satisfyingly weighty pair dangles just above the shoulder.
The playful proportions of Jacquemus' designs have earned the label a cult following – Rihanna and our Fashion Director Lisa Aiken are both huge fans. A piece they're sure to covet this season is the 'Bahia' blouse. It's cut from cotton that's woven with subtle stripes and has a knotted front. Underpin yours with a camisole if you prefer not to show too much skin.
Jacquemus' 'La Robe Sol' dress will look stunning against bronzed skin – its saturated yellow hue has been the designer's favorite color since childhood. Part of the Spring '18 collection entitled 'La Bomba', this midi style is cut from structured canvas that's gathered at the sides to enhance your figure and finished with a statement ruffle. Wear your hair swept back to showcase the elegant off-the-shoulder neckline.
Simon Porte Jacquemus was inspired to design this skirt after discovering an old photograph of his mother wearing a pareo as she walked along the port of Marseille – locals still stop to tell him how beautiful she looked. Like so much of the Spring '18 presentation, this sculptural crepe piece is beautifully draped in a tulip shape that's spliced at the side and defined by ruffles. Try it with a bodysuit and sandals, as styled on the runway.
Entitled 'La Bomba', Jacquemus' Spring '18 collection is inspired by the designer's mother and pays tribute to her glamorous sense of style. Cut from wool-twill, this 'Saudade' dress is suspended from thin straps that crossover at the open back, while the draped skirt is ruched to create an alluring thigh slit. Wear it to dinner on vacation with sandals and a pair of mismatched earrings.
Hailing from the South of France, Simon Porte Jacquemus designed his Spring '18 collection with the style of his late mother and the women of Corsica in mind. One of our favorites, this 'Pinhao' one-shoulder top is cut from ribbed cotton-blend for a slim fit. Take your cue from the runway and wear yours with the label's draped skirt and mismatched statement earrings.
Jacquemus showed its 'La Bomba' collection at the Musée Picasso in Paris, which seems fitting for the artful Spring '18 lineup. Designed with mismatched geometric heels, these 'Maceio' mules are made from beige suede with a low vamp to give the illusion of longer legs. They have a sleek pointed toe that will look great with cropped tailoring or denim.
Simon Porte Jacquemus' Spring '18 collection is a masterclass in artful draping and asymmetric silhouettes - the designer references a photograph of his mother in summer wearing a pareo tied around her waist. This crepe midi skirt is knotted at the hip to expose your leg and trimmed with a soft ruffle at the other side. Wear it with a simple camisole and mules.
Simon Porte Jacquemus has a vivid nostalgia for his childhood in the South of France, so for Spring '18 his collection aims to capture the glamour of his mother's wardrobe. Hand-stitched from an airy cotton and linen-blend, this striped 'La Chemise Belem' shirt has asymmetric ruching that cinches the waist. It was styled with sleek black pants on the runway, but it looks equally as cool with white jeans.
The intricately carved wooden embellishment and mismatched hardware on Jacquemus' 'Praia' bucket bag made it a standout accessory on the Spring '18 runway. It's been crafted in Spain from glossed and matte-leather and embellished with the label's moniker. This piece is sized to hold just the essentials - think a cardholder, keys and cell.
Simon Porte Jacquemus often refers to his late mother's elegant sense of style when designing a new collection, and this season a photograph of her walking through the port of Marseilles one summer inspired him. Worn with multiple looks on the Spring '18 runway, these high-rise pants are tailored from black stretch-twill with pressed creases through the front and cropped, folded cuffs. Wear them with a knotted top or blazer by the label.
To present the collection he's most proud of, Simon Porte Jacquemus chose one of his favorite spots in Paris - the Picasso Museum. Worn on the tiled runway, these pants from his 'La Bomba' selection have been made in France and woven with lightweight wool and stretch. The beige hue looks even better as your skin gets sun-kissed during summer and the cropped length (they're described as 'pedal pushers' by the Frenchman) works with both mules and strappy sandals.
The muse behind Simon Porte Jacquemus' collections is always his mother, Valérie, and his Spring '18 collection is evocative of what she wore on evenings by the seaside. This black 'Rafeal' blazer is made from canvas woven with a hint of stretch and artfully twisted into a knot at the plunging front. Outfit 1: Jacquemus Pants, Jacquemus Bucket bag, Tibi Sandals, Ellery Earrings, JW Anderson Earrings. Outfit 2: Hunting Season Tote, Attico Sandals. -- Black canvas - Concealed button fastening at front - 53% polyester, 43% wool, 4% elastane - Dry clean
Simon Porte Jacquemus said the idea for his collection 'La Bomba' came to him when he was gazing at a photograph of his mother Valérie - she was wearing a headscarf and ceramic earrings and had a wrap knotted around her waist. Taking inspiration from her style and happiness at that moment, this 'Sol' skirt is made from black canvas and draped in a tulip shape with sculptural ruffles and a high split. Echo the runway with a fitted bodysuit and these earrings.
Titled 'La Bomba', Simon Porte Jacquemus' Spring '18 collection is particularly special to the designer – it's inspired by his late mother and memories of his childhood near Marseilles, France. Seen on the runway, this V-neck 'La Maille Henri' bodysuit is made from cotton with an abstract floral pattern and tactile ribbed finish. Wear yours with flared jeans or tailored pants.
Jacquemus' 'Le Corsaire' woven pants have been expertly cut in France with artful ruching at the hips and a cropped skinny leg. They're designed to be worn with the collection's 'Bahia' blazer, but we think they look equally cool with a colorful sweater and a pair of this season's mules.
Simon Porte Jacquemus' Spring '18 collection is inspired by the women that surrounded him during his childhood in the sunny South of France. This 'Marinheiro' V-neck top is knitted from finely ribbed cotton that skims your curves. Style it like the runway with the asymmetric 'Sol' skirt – the oversized straw hat is optional.
Even when Simon Porte Jacquemus takes on something as simple as a cardigan, he always finds a way to create something unique and modern. Cut from ribbed cotton for a close fit, this asymmetric piece fastens with a row of mismatched buttons. Try yours with one of the label's sunny skirts.
Simon Porte Jacquemus held his Spring '18 show and after-party inside the Musée Picasso, where guests (who were mostly clad in the collection) danced to Tito Puente. The model who wore this low-slung skirt can also be seen doing the salsa in it on the Frenchman's Instagram. It's cut from lustrous beige crepe dotted with black cotton appliqués and features swishy fringing at the hem. The twisted pareo-style silhouette is the result of the designer reworking the draping up to 10 times to ensure the fit is 'La Bomba'.
Jacquemus' Spring '18 runway was hosted at the Musée Picasso in Paris – a venue that's never been used for fashion before. Summing up the collection, this 'Le Haut Brella' top is cut from swathes of crepe that's deftly draped to skim your curves and finished with appliquéd polka-dots (a signature motif for the label). The single slim spaghetti strap elegantly frames your shoulders.
Simon Porte Jacquemus says his designs are always connected to his mother Valérie, who had an imaginative eye for fashion - his 'La Bomba' collection is inspired by a photograph of her happily wandering through a port in the South of France. This asymmetric 'Amadora' shirtdress is made from light and airy white cotton and gathered dramatically at one hip. Echo the show in Paris with rosy blush and big mismatched earrings.
As the model wearing this dress walked the runway at Jacquemus' Spring '18 show in Paris, the row of fringing swished and swayed so playfully. It has an airy white cotton-poplin shirt and wrap-effect beige crepe de chine skirt embroidered with flowers so it looks like two separates. Draw attention to the plunging neckline with oversized earrings.
I don't think I ever saw my mother more beautiful than on evenings after the beach and probably when she was in love, wrote Simon Porte Jacquemus in his Spring '18 show notes dedicated to his mom. The presentation was held inside Paris' Musée Picasso, and included this knitted cotton and woven crepe 'Pinhao' dress. Complement the asymmetric silhouette by sweeping your hair into a low bun on the same side.
The first word I wrote in my collection book this season was 'Heureux' - it means happiness, said Simon Porte Jacquemus when speaking about his Spring '18 collection. This 'Melao' dress is designed with a white cotton shirt-style top and beige and mushroom wool-crepe skirt that splits high at the front. Complement the plunging neckline with oversized earrings.
Last September, the likes of Jeanne Damas and Caroline de Maigret flocked to Paris' Musée Picasso to see Jacquemus' Spring '18 show. A standout piece from the collection, this 'Mamao' dress is cut from breezy linen and cotton-blend that'll keep you cool in hot climates. It has a delicately ruched bodice and dropped waist, which is pleated and underpinned with mesh for structure.
This 'La Robe Drapeado' dress takes center stage in Jacquemus' sultry short film La Bomba - a salsa-centric collaboration between Simon Porte Jacquemus and director Gordon von Steiner. First spotted on the label's Spring '18 runway, this midi style is cut from ribbed stretch-jersey with a draped voile overlay and is designed with a halterneck and high-thigh slit that falls from the trussed hip. The tasseled hem flutters as you walk (or dance).
We first spotted Jacquemus' top during his Spring '18 presentation in Paris teamed with the matching pants - for the 'La Bomba' collection, the French designer focused on how each piece drapes over the body. This style is gathered at the waist and has an ankle-grazing sash. Temper the neutral hue with bright accessories.
Simon Porte Jacquemus has a knack for creating pieces that quickly become cult items, and we predict this leather bucket bag will be one of them. The wooden bead-embellished macramé net can be entirely removed, creating a completely different look. It's fitted with a drawstring suede lining to keep your cellphone, wallet and makeup pouch secure.