Modern Nostalgia

Today’s hottest looks continue to reference some of fashion’s most golden decades, and long may it continue. Discover our top picks from the season and how to wear them.

26th March, 2024

The seasons have officially shifted, it’s time to step outdoors and embrace a new wardrobe of Spring summer shapes. Dive into our edit of modern wear-now pieces that nod to the nostalgic.

Lets start with Blumarine must-haves – the brand is our undisputed go-to for the perfect cargo pant, fusing utilitarian details with luxe fabrics and flattering cuts. Song For The Mute serves up the season’s most coveted flared pants, cut in rich turquoise satin which catches the light beautifully when you move. Wear these with Diesel’s forever classic (and equally essential) cut out plaque tank top. It’s giving Prada and Loewe’s sell out styles a run for their money.  


Mesh in multiple forms – from Christopher Esber's ballet flats to Feng Chen Wang's mesh and satin top nods to the season's obsession with the semi-sheer and is a more modest way to embrace the look. At the other end of the spectrum boxy tailoring is back, celebrating slouchy masculine silhouettes. Our current favourite is by Samuel Gui Yang. Cut in a billowing silk and wool mix with a dramatically nipped in waist it add a dose fluidity and femininity to the block colour inky blue shade.