BALMAIN

Glamour and unabashed sex appeal are among Olivier Rousteing’s trademarks—and this season he blends them with incredible references from Pierre Balmain’s legacy. Rousteing looked to the house’s Jolie Madame days (the 1953 perfume) and the “Jours de France” 1971 collection, and revived a monogram teased from a 1945 clutch. Alongside sharply-cut daywear in soft pastels—from denim and cardigans to bold-shouldered blazers—are his statement, high-seduction party pieces this time informed by the ‘90s.

The buy: the polka-dot mini with Balmain’s signature double-breasted detailing.

BALMAIN

Glamour and unabashed sex appeal are among Olivier Rousteing’s trademarks—and this season he blends them with incredible references from Pierre Balmain’s legacy. Rousteing looked to the house’s Jolie Madame days (the 1953 perfume) and the “Jours de France” 1971 collection, and revived a monogram teased from a 1945 clutch. Alongside sharply-cut daywear in soft pastels—from denim and cardigans to bold-shouldered blazers—are his statement, high-seduction party pieces this time informed by the ‘90s.

The buy: the polka-dot mini with Balmain’s signature double-breasted detailing.

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