Comme Des Garçons Structured Skirt
  • JIL SANDER NAVY Bonded cotton-blend A-line skirt
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    Jil Sander Navy is a label of flawless contemporary staples but it's the choice of interesting fabrics that really sets the designs apart. This seemingly simple navy A-line skirt is cut from a bonded chevron-textured cotton-blend that's sharp and structured and fully lined with silk. Wear it with bare legs and ankle boots switching an oversized knit for a crisp white shirt to smarten the look.
  • Max Mara Skirt - Hobby Jersey
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    Clean and crisp lines lend effortless polish to this fold detail skirt from Max Mara. Virgin wool; lining: acetate/polyester. Dry clean. Imported. Front fold, two side slit pockets, concealed zip back closure, lined.
  • PETER PILOTTO Radical orchid lace skirt
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    This beautifully executed skirt was first seen on Peter Pilotto’s SS14 runway and formed part of one of its standout looks. The high-waisted style is made from origami folds of embroidered orchid lace and lined with net to achieve a full structured silhouette. Play on the Japanese theme and pair it with a boxy wide-sleeved shirt.
  • MARNI Fishtail wool-crepe skirt
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    Marni's structured take on the midi skirt is the modern way to wear longer lengths this season. Cut from indigo-blue double-faced wool-crepe it hugs the body and flares dramatically into fishtail pleats on either side. Partner it with the brand's understated separates and cult sandals switching to mannish brogues come autumn.
  • J.W. ANDERSON Sail wool-blend A-line skirt
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    J.W. Anderson adds to his hit collection of skirts with this Sail A-line style. The structured shape is created with royal-blue neoprene and falls to an of-the-moment midi length that gathers artfully to one side. Look to the presentation styling for inspiration and ground with thick-soled white flats
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