Marissa Webb’s Fall/Winter 2016 collection delivers the exceptional depth and everyday appeal that keep the designer in the forefront of the modern woman’s wardrobe. The season shines with the label’s signature aesthetic – confidence, contrast and a dash of the unexpected. Muted plaids, wool boucles, cable knits, washed leathers and luxe faux furs set a strong seasonal tone that marries form with function.
Spirited silk prints, French lace, bias-cut ruffles and chic white blouses infuse the collection with soft charm, while menswear-inspired pinstripes, moto-details, canvas twills and tailored trousers convey a calculated masculinity. The collection gets belted and tied together with sleeveless jackets and graphic wool scarfs for luxurious layering. Each Marissa Web piece is designed to flourish among your cold-weather collective and exude perfectly juxtaposed ease and edge for everyday confidence.
Karen Walker began her fashion career in 1989, garnering international attention with her first runway collection at Hong Kong Fashion Week in 1998. Like many contemporary designers, she fuses contradictory notions of masculine and feminine, luxe and pedestrian, as well as street and utility.
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Rebecca Taylor infuses inspiration from her native New Zealand into her eponymous womenswear label. Her childhood passion for sewing and costumes brought her to New York City in the 90’s, where she founded her international brand around an intuition for what women want to wear.
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