Finnish-born, London-based designer Teija Eilola launched her namesake line in 2012. She favors clear traces that embrace attention-grabbing silhouettes executed in premium materials.
“I believe my items with hand-smocking provide one thing that feels slightly escapist. The richness of quantity and the extraordinary intricacy of the handwork in each bit provide slightly escape from the on a regular basis. I believe in a few of us, it invokes the reminiscence of a grandmother’s linens; in others, the reminiscence of a particular ebook that left a long-lasting impression. Or, maybe it’s a glimpse to an ideal vacation reminiscence that has not occurred but.” -Teija Eilola
Monographie, began in Paris by Aude Casteja, reworks and reimagines basic girls’s shirting to create new sides of the wardrobe steady.
“I’ve all the time had a shirt dependancy. Monographie places my minimalist expression into this basic and lets my creativeness take shirts into contemporary, experimental design territory. What these items signify to a wardrobe is just not revolution, however a brand new focus. I don’t design something I wouldn’t put on myself. I like issues which are utterly wearable, however dramatically totally different.” -Aude Casteja
Annoyed by the shortage of the proper shirt, Parisian designer Atlantique Ascoli launched a line herself. She attracts on Victorian tailoring and trendy structure to create really progressive shirting.
“I like shirts to have the ability to stand on their very own without having anything, and to be versatile sufficient to suit totally different events relying on the best way you select to put on them. This shirt might be worn both straight or gathered on the low waist and in addition seems nice underneath a sweater with its collar protruding.” -Atlantique Ascoli
Robert Rodriguez brings an easy, West Coast cool to his elevated wardrobe staples, and this season he’s reimagined basic shirting in a wide range of proportions.
“I like to design surprising white shirts. A shirt is a crucial piece in a girls’s wardrobe; it’s all within the element and the lower—a fundamental that’s by no means fundamental.” -Robert Rodriguez
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Barneys New York presents considerate, nuanced takes on wardrobe necessities like shirting, elevating them into must-have territory.
“Who doesn’t love a crisp cotton shirt? It really polishes any look. And whereas we love a fundamental, borrowed-from-the-boys button-down, this season we’re additionally falling in love with new twists like ruffles, off-the-shoulder cutouts, and peplums. This female shirt finished in menswear cotton is ideal for summer season and can transition effectively into fall.” -Marina Larroudé
Israeli-born, New York-based Nili Lotan brings an ease and class to wardrobe staples. Her shirting combines relaxed tailoring with masculine-meets-feminine particulars.
“I all the time love an excellent shirt. It’s the final word versatile merchandise—easy, attractive, and inherently cool. My Shiloh high has a relaxed, outsized silhouette that may be paired with something, plus it’s universally flattering. I like the juxtaposition of the striped cotton poplin, which is paying homage to a basic males’s shirt, and the lace-up detailing that provides a contact of femininity.” -Nili Lotan
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