Diane von Furstenberg
DVF's navy wool-blend trousers are a versatile wardrobe piece - perfect for smartening laid-back looks and complementing polished ensembles. They have a slim straight-leg shape with hems that gently graze the ankles and are pressed along the front for definition. Wear yours alongside nude sandals to temper acid-hue sweaters.
DVF's beautifully fluid navy jumpsuit is crafted from satin with a square burnout pattern that will filter the light to alluring effect as you move. It's shaped with a demure round neckline and short sleeves and flows into wide legs with pleats and pintucks for a flattering fit. Style it with easy slides polishing with a touch of gold for an event look that will take you anywhere.
DVF's navy-blue stretch-fabric culottes are a fine foundation for the label's vivid tops and blouses. They're shaped to a flattering high-rise with a slim waistband and belt loops and fall into wide pintucked legs that finish on the ankle. End on directional white heels for a contemporary feel.
Step into the new season with these fresh ivory crepe Holly culottes from DVF. They're crafted with plenty of stretch for a comfortable and flattering fit and are shaped with a high-rise waist and loose wide legs. The cropped length is perfect for showing off statement shoes - try ankle boots now and studded sandals come spring.
DVF's caramel-brown trousers are designed without a waistband for a streamlined effect. They're made from stretch-crepe to fall from a high-rise waist to straight relaxed legs and finished with defining pintuck seams at the front and back. Complete a look of unstudied chic with a red roll-neck sweater and muted block-heel mules.
Heighten the impact of the scarlet-red Shelton foliage print on these black DVF trousers by styling them with a slinky read sweater. The languid silhouette is cut to sit high on the waist for smooth definition of the smallest part of your frame and they're finished with sharp creases across the front and back of the wide legs. Elevate the hems with chunky block heels.
These Diane von Furstenberg lipstick-red trousers are tailored without a waistband for a flattering streamlined result. They're shaped with a high-rise waist to slim straight legs and finished with defining pintucked seams at the front and back. Tuck in a silk blouse and add barely there heels for the most modern take.
DVF's creative director Jonathan Saunders pays tribute to David Bowie via these blood-red trousers for Resort 2018. They are crafted from a navy black and metallic aqua-blue waved-check jacquard and are tailored with a high rise and straight legs with front and back pintucked seams. Wear them with a black roll-neck sweater and the label's matching blazer for a bold statement ensemble.
These navy-blue trousers were featured in DVF's Resort 2018 presentation and reflect creative director Jonathan Saunders's muse for the season: David Bowie. They're crafted from navy black and metallic-silver waved-check jacquard to a high-rise tailored silhouette and the straight legs are defined by pintucked seams at the front and back. Pair them with the label's matching blazer for a dinner ensemble with a touch of glitz.
DVF's khaki-green trousers are tailored for the most streamlined result. They're crafted from heavyweight crepe and shaped to sit on the natural waist with straight legs and finished with defining pintuck seams along the front and back. They have two slanted side slip pockets and hook and zip-fastening. Pair them with the label's accompanying blazer styled with classic black pumps for a contemporary workplace ensemble.