Holiday Party Edit
Shop our edit of holiday party dresses - from cocktail to black tie - and all the accessories you need to shine this season.
Elegance, audacity and modernity have been the spirit of Maison de Rochas since its inception in 1925. Founded by Marcel Rochas at the age of 23, at the time he was deemed by Vogue Paris as the “couturier of youth”. His muse was his wife, Helene Rochas, known equally for her success as a business woman and as hostess for extravagant parties that included guests such as Max Ernst, Salvador Dali, The Duke and Duchess of Windsor or Mann Ray
Now, the Maison has revitalized its house of fashion with a new creative director, the 24-year-old designer Charles de Vilmorin. A natural successor to the Maison de Rochas, Charles injects his youth and unique style into the new ready-to-wear collections, reconciling the spirit of the Rochas heritage and imbuing it with new freshness.
Discover our selection of party bags, shoes and jewels for the season. Bling accessories essential, dancing recommended, sleep optional.
Created by Maria Boyarovskaya— formerly a designer for Givenchy and John Galliano — and fashion photographer Artem Konoenko, their collection exudes cool Parisian chic with understated, curved cuts and slashes.
Boyarovskaya strives to empower their wearers by creating items to be valued. All of their products are made in Europe with high quality fabrics and all knitwear is fully made in Pulgia, Italy and eco leather is used for their signature trench coats.
Rupert Sanderson launched his own label in 2001, founded on the design philosophy ‘less is more’.
Focusing on creating the perfect silhouette, he draws inspiration from the sensual curve of the lasts and heels, using the finest leathers and materials.
Meet Anastasios Poneros
Heavily influenced by an upbringing immersed in New York City graffiti culture, his street art can be seen all around the city under the moniker P_RK.
Largely inspired by the iconography of his Greek heritage, much of his work contains elements of his own playfully apocalyptic ethos. Poneros' work has been exhibited in galleries around the world including New York City, South Hampton, Miami, Aspen, Switzerland, Athens, Mexico City, and more.
In a broader sense, his work is informed by his nautical lifestyle, and the inherent romanticism of his time spent sailing and exploring the waters of New York.
Born and raised in Queens, New York. In 2002, he received a BA in Design from Pratt Institute. Poneros currently works out of his studio based in Red Hook, Brooklyn.
The American luxury house was founded in 1962 with the premise of timeless, classic knit dresses. For years St. John was known for their time-honored heritage and distinct style.
Fast forward to 2021 and the appointment of Zoe Turner as creative director. The designer, who previously trained under Raf Simmons, has taken the legacy of St. John and updated it with a whole new edge. All while maintaining the classic tweeds and knits St. John is famous for.