Culture. Style. Taste.

 

Culture. Style. Taste.

Shade of the Season

Rust’s allure isn’t a perplexing one. Somewhere between burnt orange and chalky red, it is to fall what black is to winter: chic, grown-up and modern. Not to mention that similar shades like cinnamon and brick are all far easier to wear and more universally flattering than their brighter, nearly-neon counterparts. The hottest shade of the season is making a major stake on your wardrobe. Here are our top 5 picks.

Cadet Dented Crown Wool Felt Hat at Nordstrom
A logo medallion and a double-wrapped leather band mark the crown of a flat-brimmed wool-felt hat.

Olenna Flutter top at Nordstrom

The Olenna is crafted with the highest attention to detail and echoes back to a time when quality craftsmanship was first and foremost.

Coat at Gucci

Presented in the Cruise 2019 fashion show, revealed in the Roman necropolis of Alyscamps, in the city of Arles, this long rust wool coat has a refined appearance, finished by self-covered buttons.

Flower cut out lambskin trench coat at Louis Vuitton

Another example of the collection’s reinterpretation of classic forms, this lambskin piece revisits the trench coat with press studs and laser cut-out Monogram flowers. A contrasting yoke emphasizes the shoulders while a belt accentuates the waist.

Inez Turtleneck at Tory Burch

Inez Turtleneck is easy to throw on and style with everything you need. It is played by the dropped shoulders and voluminous sleeves.

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