Fall 2019 RTW Etc.

The Leftovers

The remaining collections which didn’t show during the big four.

Jill Stuart

Jill Stuart Fall 2019 RTW

Jill Stuart‘s fall 2019 collection is concerned primarily with plaids (particularly in matching suits), black lace and chunky platform heels (literally the only shoe I’m interested in wearing this autumn).

Jill Stuart Fall 2019 RTW
Jill Stuart Fall 2019 RTW
Jill Stuart Fall 2019 RTW

Giamba

Eighties glamour at Giamba.  Sparkly mini skirts and dresses.

Giamba Fall 2019 RTW
Giamba Fall 2019 RTW

Marchesa

Marchesa never ceases.  A slinky, silvery tiered gown in a beautiful drape – sprinkled with beading like the night’s sky.  A fresh pink mini dress with ostrich feathers.  Finally Marchesa’s version of an LBD – repleate with a silver bow, lace sleeves and oversized black bows at the wrists.

Marchesa Fall 2019 RTW
Marchesa Fall 2019 RTW
Marchesa Fall 2019 RTW

Marchesa Notte

This muted and neutral floral print from Marachesa Notte is absolutely stunning.  The black background is moody and the cinching at the waist with a subtle black velvet bow, the ends of which almost meet the bottom of the dress.  Finished off with a black choker and an ox blood lip (remember the ox blood lip!? – let’s bring it back.

Rodarte

Rodarte‘s Kate and Laura Mulleavy manage to reinvent themselves with each coming season and yet somehow in doing so avoid alienating their audience.  Season after season they bring us something new and unpredictable and yet we continue to adore it every single time.  The Mulleavy sisters are absolute fashion geniuses.  Rodarte does so well to blend feminine with modern – as seen in a white leather puffed sleeve top (one of the most gorgeous cuts- not a detail looked over with Rodarte), or leather bows cascadeing down a gown.

Rodarte Fall 2019 RTW
Rodarte Fall 2019 RTW

photos from vogue.com

Sheila

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