Harper’s Fashion Month Highlights

Since the menswear shows kicked off way back in January, we’ve experienced some major highs (think John Galliano’s tiumphant couture show for Maison Margiela), some big surprises (Queen Elizabeth rocking up at Richard Quinn’s London presentation), and some serious lows (Kim Jones and Christopher Bailey’s last shows at Louis Vuitton and Burberry respectively). Here’s a selection of looks that we think the Harper girl would rock.

 

Couture

Givenchy 1
Givenchy – Couture SS 2018 – Vogue 

This androgynous look by Grace Waight Keller for Givenchy has just the right balance of simple, elegant lines and unique, artistic touches.

 

New York

The Row - Autumn/ Winter 2018 Ready-to-wear collection - Vogue - models walk round sculpture catwalk . Khaki look.
The Row – Autumn/ Winter 2018 Ready-to-wear collection – Vogue 

The Row sent models down their AW18 catwalk in some seriously well-cut tailoring. The shapes spoke for themselves – that goes for the sculptures that littered the catwalk as well as the clothes. Neutral greens and beiges bespoke an understated self-confidence that Harper is certainly in possession of.

 

London

Margaret Howell
Margaret Howell AW18 – Vogue Paris

Margaret Howell’s collection of reimagined basics was a minimalist’s paradise. We particularly loved this simple but striking LBD with scooped neckline and contrasting hemline.

 

Milan

Alberta Ferretti (Vogue)
Alberta Ferretti AW18 – Vogue

How could Harper resist this monochrome masterpiece by Alberta Ferretti? The goth cowgirl look is just so becoming.

 

Paris

Vera Wang (Vogue)
Vera Wang AW18 – Vogue

To look good in minimalist outfits, you need to know how to play with proportions. If you haven’t yet honed that particular skill, start taking notes from Vera Wang, whose every AW18 outfit would be perfect for Harper.

 

 

 

Article Written By: Desmond Huthwaite

Featured Image: Vogue

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