NIGHTTIME DELUXE

The 2020s apparently want to be more extravagant and glamorous than those a hundred years ago. Back then it was already shocking to wear a short skirt (which meant showing the ankle and a slight bit more) this time around it has gotten increasingly harder to shock anyone with what you wear – or don’t wear. In the last couple of years nacked dresses becoming a staple and skirts rising to the length of thick belts two decades ago nothing seems of limits. Therefore 2022 is more about excessive sparkle, shimmering materials, and extravagant accessories. This season nothing is too bold, too big and what used to be considered gaudy and tacky is just right for this winter. Following the sleek and understated insta-feeds of the last years now even the formerly more conservative LBD got a couple of upgrades and now is low-cut, adorned with unexpected details or sparkles and even the strongest devote of minimal style can enjoy an unexpected detail once in a while. This season basically nothing is off limits as long as it is out there and just a degree more extra than what it used to be in the last year and are just the perfect match for Christmas, New Years and any other event on the horizon. 

As everyone likes to treat themselves to a new dress for these occasions – why not make it just new to you?  This Drop has everything from delicately embroidered cocktail dresses that seductively move with the wearer to comfortable jersey dresses with dramatic cuts. Our favorites can cover every potential occasion coming up at the horizon and are just right for every kind of extravaganza. Plus, we added some fabulous accessories into the mix as well so you don’t only feel but also look like a million bucks. 

VINTAGE

Flattering yet fabulous is this wide cut see-through vintage dress. The turtleneck collar is paired with long sleeves, closed with small buttons. For some glamour the entire dress is decorated with sparkling dots. These dots are sparsely used around the top and increase in number and density towards the seam, to create symmetric patterns and shapes in gold, bronze and silver. 

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LA PERLA

Very early ought’s is this strapless dress with small details resembling underwear – very fitting for a lingerie brand. Here a strapless dress is created from a cream base over which a black net is laid, which is set against a slinky chiffon wrapped around the bust. Around the hem a thick band is embroidered with thin beads, which flow around the wearer when in movement. 

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VIONNET

The perfect escort for those in need of comfortable attire with a strong dose of glamour. As a brand known for statement-setting pieces with an aura of ease this maxi gown with elegantly placed ruffles and flounces is a staple for Vionnet. The fabric is cinched at the waist only to be flowing open at the front, creating a sculptural yet slimming silhouette. Due to its printed-on stars or, more freely interpreted, fireworks, it is a fabulous piece for an evening out as well as for those who prefer to host a dinner or cocktail party at home. 

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GUY LAROCHE

Guy Laroche gave the little black dress a makeover – therefore a timeless, formfitting, knitted minidress was chosen as a base. Extravagant ruffles were added to the seams, from the sleaves to the hem of the skirt for more interest. Thereby the piece can easily be worn for an array of occasions and many seasons to come.  

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LANVIN

Here the little black dress, introduced by Chanel seems to have gotten a Lanvin makeover: as classic as the short version, this garment can be worn over and over again. A statuesque look is created by this fully embellished, sparkling floor-length gown by heritage house Lanvin. Intentionally the waist does not show any sequins to form a flattering shape with the illusion of a slimmer waist.

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LANVIN

Lanvin created this cocktail dress back in the 80s loaded with signifiers of the time. The ruffled sleeves and slight balloon-shaped skirt are paired with a square neckline. The 80s are present, without the over-the-top drama the decade has been so well known for. Buy one get one free never is something we will never promote here, except when we find a piece like this. The dress look is actually an illusion. The ensemble consists of a skirt and a Crop top, joined by buttons at the waist. This particular garment could be imaged at the cast of Dynasty, may it be the original from the 80s or the new version currently on air – it stood the test of time.

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ALEXANDER MCQUEEN

One of the most debated questions in fashion is the environmental impact of the industry. An industry in transformation, to avoid increasing pollution, better late than never. Alexander McQueen already referenced this important topic in his spring-summer 2009 collection. Named “Natural Dis-tinction/Un-natural Selection“ the designer took the position of an environmentalist. He artistically referenced the Darwinist concept “Survival of the Fittest”. This particular dress is part of the latter part of the show, representing the negative impact of the 21st century on evolution. The dress is not seen in the show, but between looks 27 to 32, the print is seen on and off again. 

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ROKSANDA

This Roksanda midi-length dress is expertly mixing purple and turquoise, features a bow detail at the neck and reminds everyone that your presence in itself is a present. It is part of the resort 2019 collection and can be seen in look 21 but due to the classic cut hasn’t aged a day. It can be as easily incorporated in a work setting as accompany the wearer on a stroll through a gallery. 

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CHANTAL THOMASS

This dress comes with boning and a body-hugging silhouette. The strings of shimmering, black pearls are not only beautifully contrasting the dark red velvet but also give the dress a more sensual appearance. The dress from the 1980s is clearly referencing lingerie and is even for todays standards very sexy.

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BADGLEY MISCHKA

An American-based Brand could not be more appropriate to wear, when taking style inspirations from Daisy Buchanan to dress for a roaring party. As Baz Luhrmann did in 2013 for the Great Gatsby, this dress is not historically accurate, but a reinterpretation. Form-fitting shapes haven’t been on-trend, or appropriate a hundred years ago. Dresses ending right below the knee on the other hand have been scandalously sexy and in high demand. The flapper-inspired beading is an additional detail that nicely ties in a 20s inspiration in a modernized manner. 

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  • VINTAGE | 38

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  • LA PERLA | 36

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