Given the industry’s current obsession with all things novel and Instagrammable, Victor Glemaud’s design ethos—to provide wares that are “desirable and not too complicated”—is a refreshing one. Good news: After quietly launching his unfussily soigné knitwear brand during Resort as an exclusive to The Line, the fashion veteran is back. The label will now be delivering unisex offerings for both Pre-Fall and Resort, with women’s lineups debuting for Spring and Fall.
Building on last season’s Lucio Fontana–inspired slashes, this season Glemaud posed a question: “What’s the new area I could show that is flattering and sensual?” His gorgeous décolletage-baring (but not too baring) pullovers answer that question handily, as does a cropped style, which, the designer notes, could easily be layered, too. A palette of lemon, cherry, and dusty rose feels downright optimistic, and for an irreverently preppy inflection, look no further than a classic cricket vest and a dress version of the same; the latter tops out Glemaud’s well-priced offering at about $425. The designer’s simple—and simply lovely—wardrobe solutions are about to be more readily available: In addition to The Line, the brand will be working with new retailers for spring, as well as debuting e-commerce at glemaud.com on October 31.
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