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 plugged into the hottest new pieces has given us something of an upper hand in knowing where to source the next big thing.
Which is why here, we’re bringing you a selection of recent highlights at some of the luxury fashion e-commerce sites we frequent on the daily. Browsing new stock from the likes of everyone from Barneys and Farfetch to Montreal’s SSENSE and Florence-based Luisaviaroma, we’ve narrowed down the best new SS19 stock hitting respective online storefronts for your shopping ease.
Scroll on for the best of what’s new in luxury fashion retail.
MR PORTER is a one stop shop for all kinds of aesthetics, from chic luxury brands such as Prada to its ever-expanding collection of streetwear labels. Recently though, we’ve been inspired by outdoor pieces from two very different echelons of fashion.
The hiking and trail-led sneaker designs of Balenciaga and Gucci keep on coming in new incarnations, and MR PORTER tends to be one of the first places these designs become available.
At the more functional side of the spectrum, as the sun comes out we’re happy to be biking around a lot more. If you want to look good doing it, MR PORTER’s recent selection of boutique cycling brands such as Pas Normal Studios and Cafe du Cycliste offer stylish gear with next level performant specs.
April has been a huge month for SSENSE exclusives so far. The Montreal luxury fashion destination has been the only platform to showcase two particularly exciting OFF-WHITE releases, the first – a women’s “WORKOUT” collection including shorts, leggings, T-shirts, sports bras, and technical jackets, and a line of pendant necklaces and bracelets with signature Virgil Abloh design tropes.
But the exclusive we’re most excited about has to be its athletic offering in collaboration with ADER Error. The ADER SSENSE Cycling Club comes with 26 fashion-forward, athletic pieces such as sports backpacks, bicycle shorts, and some particularly amazing jackets.
Haven tends to be our go-to for techwear, and recently they’ve delivered with some of the best collections of recent times. The recent Kazuki Kuraishi-designed The North Face Black Series was one of our highlights of this month, and select pieces such as the bombers and pants can still be copped.
But to really level up your aesthetic, Haven’s selection of new TAKAHIROMIYASHITA The Soloist is the way to do it. Recent pieces to come online include insane technical helmets, and selvedge denim, military-inspired jacket.
If you’re already in vacation mode, MATCHESFASHION.COM feels you. The luxury fashion destination’s holiday edit has been inspiring us to book a trip somewhere exotic for a minute now, and recent additions to its storefront include beach-ready Suicokes and short-sleeve shirts made for pool parties.
And for design nuts, you’ll be glad to know that Matches is expanding its homewares offering with some particularly avant-garde vases and beautifully designed soft furnishings, perfect for decking out your pad ahead of the summer months.
For those who like to keep ahead of the Jones’ when it comes to the steeziest new trends, Luisaviaroma is the place you’ll find those fashion week-worthy ’fit additions this month.
From ‘90s-chic bucket hats from OG brands to utilitarian new styles by C2H4, standout sunglasses shapes, and mini neck pouches, April is the month to shop for those head-turning wardrobe additions at LVR.
Now that we’re out of gloomier winter climes, Barneys New York is coming through with a whole lot of color to liven up wardrobes this April. In its recent “Bright Ideas” product curation, it highlights pops of orange, neon greens, and pinks from brands such as Stone Island, Calvin Klein 205W39NYC, Balenciaga, and Dries Van Noten.
Highlights for us include some particularly statement Prada Cloudbust kicks, and of course, the wavy camp collar shirt by Dries.
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- Curated by: Rhianna Matthews