Charlotte Groeneveld is wearing the Khaité Ann velvet mini dress in ruby. Available exclusively at MYTHERESA
(Photo via @thefashionguitar via @_younknown_)
Always a chic choice…
Viktoria Rader is wearing the Ann black velvet minidress by Khaité. (Photo via @vikyandthekid)
Chloé Harrouche is wearing the ROTATE Birger Christensen Miki dress in black. Available exclusively in midnight blue at FARFETCH * Velvet: a story about a big old house with tapestries and candles, right? Wrong. This velvet mini dress is about to become the story you’re looking for. A tale about a night out in style by ROTATE.
+ also available in pink ON SALE at MYTHERESA
(Photo via @louloudesaison)
Jessie Bush is wearing the French Connection Yule black velvet fir and flare dress.
* With a delicate sweetheart neckline and sumptuous velvet fabrication, the Yule dress is a piece you’ll reach for on repeat. Designed to bring a touch of luxe glamour to your winter wardrobe, the dress features short puffed sleeves, comfortable smocking detail and flattering fit and flare shape, giving your occasion-wear an on-trend edge.
(Photo via @wethepeoplestyle)
LAIA’S PICK: Khaité Ann Velvet Minidress in black. Available at MYTHERESA
* We’re calling it: the Ann velvet minidress from KHAITE is the ultimate festive party dress. This black design features a host of charming qualities – from the velvet bow that tops its tulle insert, to the stiff lining that ensures a flared skirt. We’re accessorizing ours with patent pumps and mistletoe.
The Fall Winter 2020 collection touched on Alessandro Michele’s passion for retro shapes and whimsical childrenswear details, like the lace-trimmed Peter Pan collar and smock embroidery decorating this dark blue velvet mini dress, designed with a shrunken fit and long puff sleeves. The interior Gucci label is enriched by the motto ‘Rave Like You Are Five,’ celebrating five years of creative direction by Alessandro Michele and speaking to the childhood inspired theme of the collection. Pieces with versatile ways to wear and style embrace each person who is part of the House’s individual spirit.