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 we’re able to bring you a selection of recent highlights at some of the luxury fashion e-commerce sites we frequent on the daily. Browsing new stock at everyone from Barneys and Farfetch to Montreal’s SSENSE and Florence-based Luisaviaroma, we’ve narrowed down the best new stock hitting online stores for your shopping ease.
Scroll on for the best of what’s new in luxury fashion retail.
Although summer is only just starting, FW19 collections are already landing at various fashion retailers, including London-based luxury destination Browns.
This month, Browns is giving fashion enthusiasts the chance to shop Prada’s FW19 footwear collection, including a pair of chunky hiking boots, as well as BY WALID’s upcycled bucket hats and Jacquemus’ latest leather cardholder, arriving with an all-over leaf print.
If you’re looking to update your looks, MATCHESFASHION.COM has got you covered. Although the platform is best known for its apparel offerings, it has been expanding its jewelry offerings with some particularly standout pieces perfect for leveling up your ’fits this summer.
MATCHESFASHION.COM’s newest jewelry arrivals include Tom Wood’s latest jewelry line, with rings, cuffs, and pendant necklaces featuring revisited Norwegian aesthetics.
For those into over-the-top shades, Luisaviaroma is a place you’ll find some pretty insane finds this month. The Florence-based luxury destination is now stocking the best from expert eyewear brands such as Mykita, as well as luxury fashion brands including Prada and Loewe.
And these are no ordinary frames — you’ll find everything from mirror-lensed sports sunglasses from Prada’s Linea Rossa line to mask-like sunnies care of Mykita.
With another month nearly behind us, SSENSE is back with another FW19 trend report. According to the Montreal fashion destination, some of the hottest trends of the next season include animal prints, along with vibrant designs such as tie-dye and artsy prints.
Unsurprisingly, SSENSE has been stocking up on some of the best pieces from FW19 collections, from sacai and Saint Laurent’s animal prints to Charles Jeffrey Loverboy and Collina Strada’s wavy designs.
Barneys New York
Now we’re out of gloomier winter climes, Barneys New York is coming through with a whole lot of printed shirts for July. In its recent editorial shoot, the retailer highlighted bold-printed offerings from Double Rainbouu’s Pre-Fall collection.
But that’s not all when it comes to standout shirts — the luxury retailer’s racks also include statement offerings by Lost Daze, RHUDE, Ksubi, and more.
MR PORTER is a one-stop-shop for all kinds of aesthetics, from chic luxury brands such as Prada to an ever-expanding collection of streetwear labels. Recently, the fashion retailer has put together a selection of the best last-minute buys for summer, with everything from tees and shirts to shorts and sandals.
Some of the retailer’s best picks include a Kapital smiley-printed tee, along with a pair of breezy swim shorts by Hartford and Prada’s luxe sandals.
This month, Farfetch is paying homage to Fendi’s iconic monogram logo. First introduced by the late Karl Lagerfeld in the ’60s, the “FF” logo has been all over the brand’s SS19 collection, and its FW19 line is no different.
Apart from Fendi’s all-over logo pieces, though, the retailer has stocked up on logo offerings from the likes of Balenciaga, Aimé Leon Dore, and Off-White™.
Haven tends to be our go-to for Japanese brands, and recently it’s delivered with an exciting collaboration between Tokyo’s nanamica and British footwear label Dr. Martens. Having recently landed at the fashion retailer, the collaborative footwear collection features a new take on Dr. Marten’s Camberwell silhouette, now arriving with contrasting color laces and stitching, as well as an exaggerated zig-zag sole.
Other exciting offerings from Haven include new arrivals from Japanese streetwear brand Wacko Maria and London-based Affix.
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