After a Spring show that received mixed reviews—critics applauded his ambition but questioned the wearability/price ratio—Pedro Lourenço spent some time identifying exactly what constitutes his young brand’s DNA. Here’s what he came up with: classics with a surprise. That doesn’t necessarily jibe with what he put on his recent Paris runway, but it pretty well sums up the Resort collection currently enjoying a very strong sell-through at Barneys, and it’s a good description of his pre-fall outing, too.
A citrine dress with leather trim called “Gianna’s Leather and Lace Gown” ($600).
Ball gowns are not what come to mind when you think of Free People. But on Thursday, the brand will introduce its first limited-edition gown collection. Just in time for the holiday season, the six-piece, eco-friendly line is being sold as a pop-up shop inside Free People’s New York and Los Angeles stores until Sunday.
The models of Success invade the latest edition of GQ Style Australia, photographed by Marton Perlaki. Showing up in fine form, Johannes Linder, Julius Gerhardt, Kim Dall’Armi, Luka Badnjar, Matvey Lykov, Thomas Aoustet and Will Westall are styled by resident fashion editor, Wayne Gross, donning the latest wears from prominent labels down under, ranging from Subfusco and Ksubi to Stolen Girlfriends Club.