Jacquemus Fashion for Women
Whimsical footwear with sculptural accents anchored Jacquemus' 'La Bomba' aesthetic for the SS18 season. These black point-tie suede mules from the collection are set on playfully mismatched kitten heels - one a light-beige wooden sphere and the other a dark-brown faceted block. Slip them on with an artfully draped dress for an on-point interpretation.
Jacquemus' cotton shirt comes in a masculine-inspired silhouette with an off-the-shoulder neckline for a modern finish.;100% cotton
Jacquemus' sculptural designs bring a whimsical twist to classic styles evidenced here with these black slingback pumps. They're crafted from suede to a squared-point toe and lifted by ornamental heels. Balance the playful tone by styling them with structured tailoring.
Footwear with sculptural accents formed the foundations of Jacquemus's SS18 collection as this light-beige suede pair illustrates. The backless silhouette is set on ornamental heels one with a wooden sphere shape below the gold-tone metal base and the other placed on a dark-brown twisted block. Style them beneath a draped skirt to channel the label's artful aesthetic.
We're in love with the dreamy draping detail on Jacquemus' Saudade Longue dress.;100%wool
Playing on the label's surrealist perspective on timeless elegance, this camel Le Sac Maracasau leather shoulder bag from Jacquemus is a sleek clutch silhouette suspended in a sturdy, contemporary net.;100% goat leather, trim:wood (morella faya)from Spain, species is not included in the CITES appendises
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.
Embrace the trend for mini bags with the Le Sac Eivissa crossbody by Jacquemus.;100% calf leather
This bucket bag from Jacquemus has been handcrafted in Spain from smooth leather in an earthy print in shades of brown.;100% goat leather
Leave it to Jacquemus to champion a return to the most controversial fashion trends of the 1980s. This structured-sleeve mini dress is crafted from navy wool-crepe and has a voluminous top - achieved by maximalist ruching - and falls into a pared-back slim silhouette that highlights the frame via an intricate paneling construction. Wear it with flat shoes for an of-the-moment styling approach.
Jacquemus's black woven-wool Le Grand Pantalon trousers - seen on the AW17 runway - come in a slouchy shape for modern appeal. They're patterned with grey stripes and tailored with an asymmetric waistband strap and front pleats. Wear yours with a black sculpted sweater and pointed block-heel pumps to continue the of-the-moment feel.
Statement footwear has swiftly become a signature for Jacquemus as evidenced by these white leather Bachata sandals. They're shaped with contrasting heels - a smooth wooden sphere and a circular gold-tone metal plaque - and secure around the foot with skinny straps in keeping with the SS18's collection's barely-there aesthetic. Style them as the conversation-starting piece within a muted evening ensemble.
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' Spring '18 collection recalls childhood memories of the pareos his mother used to wear during the summer. Inspired by those coverups, this 'Bayamo' dress from the runway is made from subtly striped gauze that's twisted and draped in a plunging wrap-effect silhouette. Wear it with statement earrings.
This bucket bag from Jacquemus has been handcrafted in Spain from crinkled calf leather in classic black.;100% calf leather
Jacquemus reinvents the classic white shirt with the La Chemise Nodoso from the cult French label's Spring/Summer '18 collection.;100%cotton
Jacquemus' Spring/Summer '18 collection is titled La Bomba and is a vibrant celebration of colour and seduction.;56%viscose, 44%acetate
From the 'La Bomba' collection, Jacquemus's Le Chemise Maceio embodies the label's quintessentially French style.;100%cotton
From the La Bomba collection, Jacquemus's La Tunique Maceio dress embodies the label's quintessentially French style.;100%cotton
Jacquemus's statement jewellery offering includes these gold Le Carre earrings featured in the SS18 runway show. They're constructed with an antiqued silver-tone metal circle stud above a black lacquered square drop on one side while the other has a gold-tone metal spiral drop. Wear them with sculptural tailoring for a whimsical twist.
Adopt Jacquemus' warm-weather whimsy with this beige Bruella top - first seen on the designer's SS18 runway in the Musée Picasso. It's crafted to a second-skin silhouette with oversized black appliquéd polka-dots asymmetric ruching and a single crossover shoulder strap. Tailored black trousers provide a striking counterpart at night.
This semi-sheer black cotton-blend cami top was first unveiled as part of the second look on Jacquemus' SS18 runway offering a stylish interpretation of the designer's relaxed feel for the season. It's shaped for a loose fit with an open back that's framed by adjustable skinny shoulder straps before tying at the base. Mirror the designer's styling by tucking it into a printed draped skirt for an intimate dinner party.
Showcased as part of the SS18 collection that debuted at the Musée de Picasso in Paris this Jacquemus dress is made up of a plunging cotton top which extends into a beige embroidered crepe skirt that twists at the side with a long-fringed hemline. Style it with drop earrings and patent leather sandals as a smart-casual day look.
Jacquemus's designs have conquered a following of knowledgeable fashion enthusiasts looking for wearable newness. His work is particularly pronounced in white pieces such as this shirt: an oversized menswear staple pintucked in a DIY-like fashion to create a feminine corset-like waist that offsets the wing-collar and tuxedo detailing. Pair it with tailored black trousers to fully embrace the sartorial inspiration of this look.
The softly draped ruching at the front of this Jacquemus black Rafeal fitted jacket lends a modern and feminine appearance to a sculptural silhouette. It's crafted from a mid-weight wool-blend with a deep V-neck notch lapels and light padding at the shoulders then kicks out with gathers through the front. Style it with cropped trousers and barely-there sandals for a look that's in-tune with the designer's 'La Bomba' aesthetic.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
For spring, Simon Porte Jacquemus references fond childhood memories of sun-drenched Marseille summers and his mother's undeniable glamour. Spotted on the Spring '18 runway, this 'Le Haut Bonifacio' top is cut from molded voile with a gathered waistband and hip sash. Its cutout front drapes from delicate straps that cross over the open back. Style yours with the brand's mismatched earrings as seen during the show.
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 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.
Entitled 'La Bomba', Simon Porte Jacquemus' Spring '18 collection explores memories of his mother's glamorous wardrobe as seen through his eyes as a child. These mismatched 'Les Perles' earrings are threaded with geometric beads to resemble a string of pearls on one side, and have a square-shaped silver-tone stud on the other.