Oscar de la Renta, the brand, has a lead role in the first episode of the Sex and the city to restart, And just like thatâ¦ Charlotte buys three dresses for her daughter’s piano recital: one for herself, another for her budding pianist, and the third for her other daughter, a skater who pairs the dress with a tuxedo T-shirt. The show is a great platform for the brand, and the message is obvious: There’s something for almost everyone at Oscar de la Renta, even though this season is more like your daughter’s OdlR than it is. from your mother.
Designers seem to be particularly tuned in to the likes of Gen Z right now, including Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia. Their pre-fall lookbook opens with a group of photos reminiscent of Steven Meisel’s images of ’90s supers in mini lengths that most, if not only, 20+ year olds will relate to. Kim confirmed that the shorts were selling well for the label when a Gen X member expressed his skepticism. Spongy knit skirt suits have similar potential, being both sexy and effortless to wear.
They wore this athletic, go-anywhere demeanor in their evening wear via party dresses that combined flippy, abbreviated skirts with second-skin knit bodices. But they also served as old-fashioned drama; it came in the form of a floral-print chiffon dress with a matching cape all the way to the floor, a version that Sarah Jessica Parker wore to the And just like thatâ¦ First. There was also a matching pink mini dress and cape embroidered with taffeta bows that looked like it was destined for another celebrity moment and a creamy tulle tailoring of such OTT exuberance, she has Carrie Bradshaw’s name all over it.