It's hard for the everyman to keep tabs on just where those most coveted collections are available to shop. The luxury fashion landscape is a vast and sometimes hard-to-navigate space, but our mission to keep you up to date on the hottest new pieces has given us something of an upper hand in knowing where to source the next big thing.

Which is why we're able to bring you a selection of recent highlights from some of the luxury fashion e-commerce sites we frequent. Browsing these pages, from Barneys and Farfetch to Montreal's SSENSE and Florence-based Luisaviaroma, we've narrowed down the best new pieces, for your shopping ease.

Scroll on for the best of what's new in luxury fashion retail.


With fall kicking off, it's time to layer up. Thankfully, FW19 collections have already landed at various fashion retailers, including London-based luxury destination Browns.

This month, Browns is giving fashion enthusiasts the chance to shop Italian brand Sunnei's FW19 collection, which includes a standout knit sweater that's perfect for those who love a landscape. Living up to its name, other Sunnei highlights include a colorful striped button-down shirt and a leather wallet that doubles as a neck pouch.


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If you're looking to update your look, MATCHESFASHION.COM has also got you covered. A host of minimal fall wardrobe additions are available from the Montreal-based retailer now.

Minimal apparel arrivals include Raey's latest collection, with classic button-up shirts and tapered pants, along with fall-appropriate knit sweaters available in warm colors such as brown and red.


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For those into oversized garments, Luisaviaroma is boasting some pretty great finds this month. Highlights include pieces from Jacquemus and AMI.

The oversized wool knit sweater by AMI, arriving with extra long sleeves and dropped shoulders, is perfect for fall, as are the Jacquemus baggy jeans, complete with contrast stitching.


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With another month nearly behind us, SSENSE is back with more goodness. This month, the Montreal-based retailer has stocked up on fashion collaborations, with a standout being Palm Angels' partnership with Billionaire Boys Club's sister brand ICECREAM.

The collaboration includes both apparel and accessories, and our favorite item is the satin varsity jacket sporting Palm Angels' logo on the front and a huge ICECREAM patch embroidered on the back. More SSENSE highlights include Jacquemus' colorful "Le Pantalomn Pêche" pants, which double as cargo shorts thanks to detachable panels.

Barneys New York

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Now that we're safely out of those scorching months, Barneys New York is coming through with fall-appropriate apparel to set you right this September. Corduroy lines the retailer's virtual shelves this month — a heavyweight fabric ideal for the season.

Barney's corduroy picks include the retailer's own collaboration with New Era, featuring a reversible corduroy bucket hat, while Tintoria Mattei's overshirt makes for the perfect layering piece.


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MR PORTER is a one-stop-shop for all aesthetics, from chic luxury brands including Prada to an ever-expanding collection of streetwear labels. Recently, the fashion retailer has put together a selection of the best jackets for fall, from trench coats to fleece jackets.

Choice picks include a grey wool overcoat by A.P.C., and workwear-style jacket care of London label Affix.


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This month, Farfetch is all about the minimal, with brands like Marni and Jil Sander bringing the goods. From Marni, there's a striped sweater made from mohair, while Farfetch's best Jil Sander pieces include a pair of platform high-top sneakers featuring a leather and suede upper.


HAVEN tends to be our go-to for Japanese labels, and recently it's delivered with the latest collection from upcoming label Sasquatchfabrix. The Japanese brand's new line includes a colorful tie-dye shirt, perfect for those struggling to let summer go, as well as more low-key apparel including this grey crewneck.

Other standout offerings from Haven include new arrivals from Engineered Garments, with everything from corduroy vests to double cloth overalls.

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