The new fashion arrivals we’re excited to shop this week

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Margaux and Schumacher are back with their ongoing collaboration – more of the textile house’s pretty floral prints (this time in cute fall colourways) decorating the Mary Janes and Marguax mules.

Schumacher x Margaux mules in Menagerie Magique

Schumacher x Margaux Mary Janes in Joséphine

Photo: Courtesy of Maisonnette x Petite Plume

Maisonette and Petite Plume have teamed up to create a collection of holiday pajamas for the whole family, from babies to mom and dad too!

Petite Plume Sleigh Bells in the Snow children’s pajamas

Petite Plume Sleigh Bells in the Snow baby romper

Women’s pajamas Petite Plume Sleigh Bells in the Snow

Petite Plume Sleigh Bells in the Snow Men’s Pajama Set

Photo: Courtesy of Skims, photographed by Vanessa Beecroft

While low socks may reign supreme for some workouts, high socks, calves, and ankles have a fashionable moment. Kim Kardashian’s latest Skims assortment includes a plethora of socks of varying heights in neutral tones.

Skim everyday crew socks

Photo: Courtesy of KES

New York-based brand KES, known for its lavish silk dresses, skirts and tops, has launched a collection of ultra-fine cashmere turtlenecks just in time for fall’s transition time.

Kes super fine cashmere turtleneck

Kes super fine cashmere turtleneck

Photo: Courtesy of Alo Yoga

Alo Yoga launched its first outerwear in a campaign with Kendall Jenner. The collection will continue to drop throughout the holiday season and begins with the brand’s smooth, warm Stunner Puffer.

Alo Yoga Stunner down jacket

Photo: Courtesy of Brooklinen

Get ready for fall and winter with the latest launch from Brooklinen. After introducing loungewear in 2019, the housewares brand is entering a new category with the launch of sliding socks and slippers in a lovely range of soft hues.

Photographed by Greg Williams, Courtesy of Jenny Packham

Jenny Packham has just launched a Bond capsule collection in collaboration with Eon Productions to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Bond franchise. The campaign is shot by Greg Williams, and each dress is named after a Bond movie — seeing the dress of tomorrow never dies or the dress of the world is not enough.

Jenny Packham Tomorrow Never Dies Illusion Bodice Dress

Jenny Packham The World Is Not Enough Sequin Halter Dress


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