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What's New in Fashion: From Cult Gaia to Gucci

Our favorite new moments in fashion, hand-picked by our editors.

Cult Gaia Resort 24 Collection

Creative Director Jasmin Larian Hekmat has just released Cult Gaia’s Resort 2024, influenced by the warm and sunny Saint-Tropez, this breezy aesthetic was highly prevalent within the runway show’s buttery yellow walls, carpets, lighting and seats for the guests. Raffia heels, co-ords, and flower details woven into garments, effortless sheer dresses that juxtapose the stunning pearls they’re comprised of and corded knit cover ups are everything we needed and more for our Spring vacays and beach days. Hekmat also designed glamorous, architecturally structured gowns for the evening with details like beaded fringe and light, ruffled fabrics as well as crinoline-inspired skirts that demand attention. The pieces beautifully blend a bohemian aesthetic with a more luxe, fantasized one while encompassing a glimmering, magical feel. It really doesn’t stop there, this collection was a huge hit and you’ve got to peek at the entire lookbook to see what we’re talking about.

House of Sunny Spring 24 Precollection

House of Sunny’s “Love Culture” collection delivers a modern twist on old Hollywood glamor through vibrant, shimmering knitwear and playful texture combinations. Sophistication, elegance and enchantment are just a few adjectives that come to mind when browsing their contemporary silhouettes that are perfect options for upcoming holiday parties or just to add to the evening wear section of your closet. Through sheer, bronzed maxi dresses, whimsical asymmetrical skirts and satin tops made with seasonal patterns and colorways, House of Sunny clearly understands what their target audience is looking for. On top of these new pieces, the collection also introduces their beloved sling and shoulder bags in bright colorways ideal for the warmer months.

Gucci x Barbour

Barbour strikes again with another legendary fashion house collaboration, and this time around we’ve been gifted with a “Re-Loved” Gucci partnership. With a focus on sustainability, the duo leaned into Gucci’s Continuum Collection - a project that utilizes deadstock textiles to use in “one-off” collections and collabs, which are highlighted within the equestrian and floral fabrics as well as the leather jackets derived from vintage Gucci handbags. Given that Barbour had a hand in this, we know these garments are built to last for years to come, so maybe we can justify the splurge on their red velvet jacket designed with fabric from Tom Ford’s vault or the classic Barbour wax cotton jacket now with a chic silk hood. This highly unique and durable collection shows just how inventive brands are becoming in the age of fashion overproduction, and why collaborations like this are so vital in inspiring fresh looks and concepts.

Check back next week for more.


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