• go minimal

    All-over print works on the catwalk; in real life pair with chic white.

    High definition

    Take the sharp palette from top-to-toe with monochrome heels and a cool white clutch.


    Wearing Peter Pilotto’s voluminous top requires careful proportion play. Balance the dramatic peplum waist with pin-thin pants or a fitted pencil skirt for optimum figure flattery.

    style remix

    Whether delicate or dramatic, statement or subtle, ruffles are the key adornment this
    season. Seen cascading down dresses at Peter Pilotto, decorating shirts at Chloé and creating a peplum on sporty tops at Hussein Chalayan, it’s a detail that adds modern finesse to spring’s key
    silhouettes. While considered a flamboyant detail, ruffles can also be elegant and easy to integrate into your closet when you know how. “balancing ornate cuts with slick, streamlined proportions is essential,” advises The Edit’s Kim Hersov. “And scaling back your jewelry to a single, statement piece will ensure your outfit looks forward-thinking, not fussy.”

    In this week’s style masterclass,
    The Edit’s KIM HERSOV reveals
    how to work one of spring’s trickiest
    trends, feminine frills

    Words: Natalie Rigg.
    Photographs: Markn

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