Oscar de la Renta
Off-the-shoulder silk-faille dress
If the runway shows are any indication, sequins may be just as big as florals this spring and summer. Oscar de la Renta's silk-blend chiffon dress is cut in a slim silhouette with thin straps and a scooped back. It looks great underneath a turtleneck, but if you want to add more sparkle instead, try with a pair of the label's dangling earrings.
Oscar de la Renta's Creative Directors Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim always think about the house's codes when it comes to print, and the founder famously loved all things floral. This dress is cut from cotton-twill blended with the perfect amount of stretch to hug your curves. It's has a square neckline and wide shoulder straps.
For Oscar de la Renta's Resort '18 collection, Creative Directors Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia inject youthful details into the decidedly sophisticated label. This cotton-blend tweed dress has a houndstooth-patterned skirt and belt to give the illusion of separates and is framed with wispy fringing. Enhance its ladylike appeal with elegant pumps.
Oscar de la Renta's new Creative Directors, Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia, are refreshing the label with modern updates and designing collections that appeal to women of all generations. Made from a tactile wool-blend, this dress has retro bell sleeves that are detailed with triangle cutouts. The raw hem and zip along the front add a youthful feel to this elegant style.
Made from tactile tweed, the vibrant color palette and frayed trims of Oscar de la Renta's midi dress make it feel instantly modern and cool. Patterned with traditional houndstooth and tartan patterns, the paneled skirt falls to a sculptural asymmetric hem. Wear yours with the detachable belt to emphasize its body-skimming silhouette.
Every wardrobe needs a red dress, especially since you already have the little black version. Oscar de la Renta's wool-blend style is designed to flatter - it has a slim fit, seam details that accentuate your curves, and a detachable belt to define your waist. Wear it with pumps.
The rooftop garden at the Rockefeller Center proved a fitting setting for Oscar de la Renta's Resort '18 collection - several pieces in the show, including this midi dress, were printed with tropical motifs that blended in with the environment. Made in Italy from stretch silk-blend, it's fitted through the bodice and falls to a full pleated skirt that hits mid-calf. We like it with equally colorful pumps.
Oscar de la Renta's midi dress was spotted on The EDIT cover star Nicole Kidman at the Toronto International Film Festival. Made from wool-blend, this sophisticated style is trimmed with sheer tulle along the ruffled cold-shoulder neckline and falls to a softly fluted skirt. We'll be wearing ours with statement earrings.
Oscar de la Renta's eye-catching intarsia-knit wool dress is sure to turn heads with its white black and red pattern and simple elegant shape. It's from the Pre-AW17 collection which played with colour and texture in a refershingly modern way and is cut to a sleeveless silhouette with a rolled black hem. Try it after hours with high-heeled mules and a quilted clutch bag.
Oscar de la Renta's navy black and white sleeveless dress is an impeccable modern piece imbued with characteristic uptown sensibility. It's crafted in Italy from contrasting panels of hound's-tooth and tweed woven fabrics and lined with navy silk crepe de Chine to fall smoothly against the body. For a fresh styling approach add an eye-catching box bag and backless flats.