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Style Advisor: The Designers To Know Now

Style Advisor: The Designers To Know Now

From the sophisticated decadence of Petar Petrov to barefoot luxury at LoveShackFancy, these are the designers to know for SS19.

A female model stood in front of a water fountain in a green park wearing a green and white stripped sheer hanky hem silk dress by Petar Petrov and Off-White trainers

PETAR PETROV

Sophisticated, elegant and luxuriously made, Vienna-based designer Petar Petrov’s directional collections combine power tailoring with fluid and feminine silk dresses. A relative newcomer on the scene, he’s quickly earned himself renown amongst the fashion elite for his effortless and artful pieces. The insiders’ favourite for opulence and refinement.

MAGDA BUTRYM

Launched in 2014, Warsaw-based label Magda Butrym has quickly garnered a cult following of fashion insiders and Instagram cool-girls. The eponymous designer worked as a stylist for years, informing her cool and modern approach to eveningwear and everyday dressing with a difference. Expect romantic prints, sensual silhouettes and luxurious materials. The type of clothes that make you want to dress up for no reason at all.

A female model stood in a park wearing a blue, red and cream floral print Magda Butrym mini dress with ruching, mid length blouse sleeves and a high necckline with a pussy bow back detail, with knee-high cream leather Magda Butrym heeled boots
A female model in a park sat on a pile of green and white striped folded deck chairs, wearing a pink silk floral print LoveShackFancy maxi dress with puff sleeves and a V neckline with distressed Gucci trainers embellished with crystals and a green mock-crock Chloe top handle bag

LOVESHACKFANCY

After almost a decade as a fashion editor, Rebecca Hessel Cohen set up LoveShackFancy when she couldn’t find bridesmaids dresses in her bohemian, vintage aesthetic. Think ultra-pretty dresses in whimsical, prairie styles to take free-spirited women from the beach to a candlelit evening dinner. Wear barefoot or with heels.

Photography: Matthew Brann