the style edit

In our section 'The Style Edit' you can find your weekly dose of curated luxury. Discover carefully selected looks in inspiring themes from brands such as Pauw Amsterdam, Golden Goose, Vince, Dries van Noten, Brunello Cucinelli, Aspesi, Odeeh, Alanui and many, many more.


Rose Garden

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Crafted in fluid materials and designed in moving silhouettes - these pieces give your wardrobe a summery update.

Bold Burgundy

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The new collections of Odeeh, La DoubleJ and Marni pay tribute to burgundy red.

Effortless Chic

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Metallic details, gold coloured accents and lots of glitters - stunning pieces in feminine silhouettes.

Purple Touch

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The autumn/winter 2020 collections from our brands feature breathtaking colour combinations.

End of Sale

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In a classic blue/green colour theme with fluent silhouettes and refined materials, these designs can be worn either in summer or autumn.

Metallic Chic

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Our newest arrivals feature intense colour palettes with metallic details and shiny accents.

Leather Edit

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From leather biker jackets by Golden Goose and suede leggings from Pauw Amsterdam to accessories such as belts, boots and bags - these designs in buttery soft leather give your wardrobe a timeless appearance.

Pretty in Pink

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The combination of pastels in soft cotton and leather accessories always works.

Soft Neutrals

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At a time where the focus is on longer-term and more versatile items, Brunello Cucinelli launches a collection that breathes elegance and contemporary minimalism.

Western Sense

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Accompany us on a journey through Texas, where the SS20 collection from Golden Goose came to life. 

Timeless Palette

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Designs in a timeless colour palette, appealing to the eye and suitable for every occasion.

Green Wave

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The colour green adds a calm element to your outfit.

Navy Blues

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The elegance of navy in combination with a pink colour palette results in a chic ensemble, however, with a playful wink.

Vibrant Dynamics

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The Italian label Marni knows how to spice up your wardrobe by combining vibrant colours with exciting designs.

Minimalistic Chic

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Life in quarantine has taught us the importance of versatile and comfortable pieces. 

Sunset Calling

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The deceptive simplicity of the sunset’s colour palette results in deep, intense tones. 

Lightweight Blues

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The summer months call for airy materials and flowing silhouettes in cool shades of blue. 

Eccentric Escapism

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The collaboration of Dries van Noten with Christian LaCroix for the Spring/Summer 2020 collection is one to remember. 

Earth Symphony

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Elevate the everyday with delicate neutral hues that blend together perfectly with beige and brown.

Silky Prints

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Colourful flower prints, silky soft materials and loose, yet feminine silhouettes.

Summer Blues

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The colour blue is often associated with peace and intelligence and is used as a symbol for the sky and the sea.

Silky Silhouettes

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Your wardrobe is never tired of silk pieces. This soft and feminine material wears airy during the summer months and feels extremely comfortable on your skin. 

A Summer Story

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Though far international holidays are expanded for now, the new summer style is not. Enhance your mood with stunning, feminine silhouettes that vary in volume and structure.

Black and White

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By now, most of us are several weeks in working from home; elevate your WFH-look with black and white statement pieces that breathe both comfort and class. 

Signs of Summer

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Summer is coming, which asks for summery designs in bright colour palettes from brands such as Pauw, Samantha Sung and Blandat, that give your wardrobe a playful boost

Colourful Versatility

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Colourful prints, loose and comfortable silhouettes and crafted in a sumptuously soft silk; the Bananatime collections are made for versatile use and are also machine washable. 

All White

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During the warmer months, we prefer lightweight clothing in airy qualities to create a summer-proof look. 

Rock 'n Roll

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With a nod to the sixties, here you will find an extensive range of midi skirts, asymmetrical dresses and slim fit trousers in buttery soft leather.

Tones of the Earth

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To create an outfit which you can wear season after season, we went for an earthy colour palette. Brown, beige and taupe combine beautifully and give a sophisticated touch to your everyday wardrobe. 

The Charm of Linen

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Every fabric has its own charm, such as linen. Linen is known for its airy and light weight quality and it is very strong; making this natural material an essential addition to your lounge and summer wardrobe.

The Kimono

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The original Japanese kimono is timeless and elegant, while keeping its comfort. The Beirut label Bokja is well known for its modern version of fully hand-made kimonos, which are a a sight for sore eyes because of the artistic and colourful prints.

The Home Office

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Wrap yourself in sumptuous soft and comfortable designs to create a look that is both suited for a morning conference call or a day around the house. 

Work of Art

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Go for an artistic look and dress up in colourful items from brands such as AilantoSamantha Sung and Odeeh

Golden Hour

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Bring a golden glow to your wardrobe to create a comfortable, yet confident ensemble for your work-from-home outfit.

Floral Pastels

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Update your summer wardrobe with exclusive floral prints in soft pastels.

Maritime Navy

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Navy, a timeless colour for every season, is again well represented in our collections. 

Bohemian Chic

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The Bohemian Chic look is perfect for easily layering your most comfortable pieces. 

Eclectic Red

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Not your ordinary shades of red, as seen in the Spring/Summer 2020 collection by Dries van Noten.