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A curation of elevated luxury essentials; the foundations needed to define the ultimate wardrobe for the modern woman. We have selected our must-have pieces that transcend trends to help you achieve a cohesively styled ease — the perfect crisp white shirt, a trench coat that walks you through the seasons, perfectly fitted black pants and a boot thats comfortable enough for daily wear.
The MUSE team loves curating looks for our clients in-store. We would like to extend this experience online. Each week one of our stylists will select a few of their favourite looks.
Our in house cashmere line is designed by Olivia and the MUSE team. The cashmere used in our new range is premium quality — organic, and combed from long-haired goats in Mongolia’s Gobi Desert. It is shipped to Nepal where it is spun, dyed, and the garments hand-finished. Olivia works directly with the small business, which has been producing cashmere garments for over 25 years. Certified Gold Standard, all garments are tested and are over 95 percent pure cashmere.
Born out of a belief in useful things beautifully made &Daughter creates a capsule of iconic knitwear pieces. Made in Scotland and Donegal on the west coast of Ireland, &Daughter works with British and Irish artisan makers, using only the finest natural yarns and expert craftsmanship. Using the traditional knitting technique of fully-fashioning, each part of an &Daughter sweater is knit individually and then hand-linked together, going through over 20 separate hand-finishing processes to create each piece.
A.L.C. is inspired by intuition and individuality. Influenced by the expanse and light of Los Angeles, A.L.C.s hip hop heritage and international pioneer spirit define a strong sense of style, a rich mix of references and soulful connections. A.L.C. believe in delivering a product that has designer quality at a contemporary price, a NY DNA and an LA ease.
Taking its inspiration from ancient Greek aesthetics and mythology, this Grecian footwear label, headed by Christina Martini and Nikolas Minoglou, combines artisanal craftsmanship with wit and irreverence. Flat sandals bearing wings, gleaming metallic leathers and elegant hardware bring a contemporary edge to the humble sandal.
"The girl I design for is someone who is comfortable with herself," says model and blogger Anine Bing. Inspired by her Scandinavian heritage and the laid-back feel of Los Angeles, the pieces are both current and timeless.
Apiece Apart started with the idea of a wardrobe packed into a single bag, to be mixed and matched, to go anywhere and do anything. The freedom of a refined wardrobe. The freedom to explore, transform, and dream. Apiece Apart collections are designed for the sensuous, ever-evolving woman, pairing high fabric standards with tailoring to inspire confidence, movement, and ease.
Autumn Cashmere is recognized as one of the leading knitwear brands in the world. Autumn Cashmere strives to provide a fresh look on cashmere and knitwear, creating styles that are both functional and on trend. The brand's style incorporates a classic but unique use of color, texture and novel details creating styles that are coveted in your closet for years.
Carrie Forbes has such a deep-rooted appreciation for handcrafted designs that she only utilizes artisans who are well-versed in indigenous Moroccan weaving techniques to create her shoes and bags.
French couturier Madame Carmen de Tommaso established Carven in 1945 with a clientele of film stars and royals .In 2017, Serge Ruffieux is appointed Creative Director of Carven, overseeing the brand's womenswear, accessories and footwear lines. His first collection for the house was unveiled during the Spring Summer 2018 season in Paris. Prior to Carven, Serge spent nearly a decade at Christian Dior, where he was a co-artistic director between 2015 and 2016.
Cecilie Jørgensen founded her label Cecilie Copenhagen while studying at the Danish Fashion Design Academy. Inspired by a traditional keffiyeh scarf, the statement print is offset by simple, relaxed silhouettes and each piece is designed to be worn with ease.
This storied Paris fashion house was founded in 1945 by Céline Vipiana, and is now one of the most coveted labels in the industry. Under the helm of Phoebe Philo from 2008 until 2017, Céline developed a distinct contemporary, minimalist aesthetic, and in January 2018 acclaimed designer Hedi Slimane took over the reins as artistic, creative and image director. The brand's eyewear line gives an artful, retro-tinged edge to its sunglasses – think aviator and cat-eye styles in bold colours and often-oversized proportions.
Founded by Anna Singh and Rachael Wood, Chinti and Parker is fuelled by a passion for innovative knitwear design and adored for its simple, wearable collections. As well as playful detailing and flattering cuts, the brand is known for its concept of 'material creativity', using unexpected details.
Australian designer Christopher Esber established his eponymous brand in 2010. Since founding his label in Sydney, Christopher Esber has built a global reputation for precision tailoring and a purity of expression that he employs to create silhouettes of structured fluidity that whisper rather than shout.
The perfect sneaker; minimal, classic and comfortable. Essential for any modern wardrobe.
Translating to 'beautiful thing', family-run label Cosabella has been making luxurious lingerie in Italy since 1983. This Miami-based brand is renowned for its exceptionally comfortable seamless lace.
Founded in 1972, Diane von Furstenberg is a global luxury fashion brand celebrated for its bold approach to color and print and flattering wrap silhouettes. MUSE has sold DVF for almost two decades, the dresses and silk shirts have always graced the clothing rails.
From its founding 1976 salon in Paris, equipment fuses unparalleled french sophistication with an air of effortlessly chic style. Staying true to its heritage, the new Equipment collection recalls the classic, nonchalantly european undertones of the illustrious brand. Timeless and innovative, the collection exudes discreet sexiness in the form of luxe fabrics and unexpected details found in modern, androgynous silhouettes.
Established in London in 2005, Erdem has come to be synonymous with versatile yet powerful femininity. Founder Erdem Moralioglu trained at the prestigious Royal College of Art in London where he remained to launch the label following his graduation. Known for his use of experimental textiles, vibrant prints, and detailed craftsmanship, Erdem has created a beautiful world of the delicate mixed with the bold.
Under the romantic and eclectic direction of Alessandro Michele, Gucci is redefining luxury for the 21st century and represents the pinnacle of Italian craftsmanship. The ornate design is impeccably crafted with the highest attention to detail.
Jil Sander founded her label in Hamburg in 1968. Renowned for her pared-back style, the designer became synonymous with minimalism in the 1990s, combining neutral colours with architectural silhouettes. Husband-and-wife duo Luke and Lucie Meier, who are Canadian and Swiss respectively, were announced as the label's new creative directors in 2017. The pair have carried on the founder's signature aesthetic in their collections – look out for strong coats, understated dresses and minimal separates.
Since launching in 2016, New York label Khaite has established itself as a favorite with industry insiders looking for polished staples that transcend trends. Designer Catherine Holstein creates elevated classics to cherish forever – think fluid slip dresses, cosy sweaters and the perfect jeans.
Based in California, L'Agence creates clothes with "an effortless and sophisticated point of view." Feminine fabrics, fit and quality are the foundations of its collections, and each season's styles are designed to work seamlessly with the next - ensuring a timeless, coolly coordinated wardrobe.
Brooklyn-based designer Laura Lombardi creates clean-lined, minimal jewelry that plays with proportion and scale. Each piece is handcrafted from a mix of new, recycled and reclaimed metals that Lombardi finds on her travels. Don't miss the 'Ruota' hoop earrings - seen on the likes of Emma Watson and Tracee Ellis Ross.
Maggie Marilyn's collections are defined by her strong sense of luxury and fresh point of view. Inspired to create clothes that are ethical and sustainable as well as beautiful, she designs with this consciousness in mind. Maggie Marilyn collections draw together the opulence of silk with utilitarian denims, drills and poplins creating textural combinations denoting new rules of modernity.
For the past 25 years, Majestic Filatures has developed deluxe T-shirts exclusively handcrafted in Paris and manufactured in Europe. Their approach is to treat this basic item of clothing with luxury, simplicity and timelessness. In their "Atelier" in Paris, designers, pattern makers and seamstresses develop hand-made prototypes, in the style of great fashion houses.
Former ballet dancer and surfer Marysia Dobrzanska Reeves launched swimwear label Marysia Swim after graduating from the prestigious Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising. The label's timeless, beautifully crafted bikinis and maillots have an emphasis on minimalism, striking silhouettes and superior fabrics.
Launched in 1969, London-based M.i.h Jeans draws on its five-decade heritage to create retro-modern denim with a flattering fit. Under the direction of Chloe Lonsdale, the brand now produces ready-to-wear pieces, imbued with the same effortless spirit.
Ottavio Missoni and his wife Rosita founded Missoni in the 1950s when they started producing crochet knits in the brand's now-signature style. Their daughter Angela is now at the helm, and the label continues to produce high-quality garments in its iconic, colourful zigzag weave.
Ms BROWN was founded by Sydney-based journalist Alexandra Brown. Alexandra has worked in magazines for brands including VOGUE Australia and Harper's BAZAAR for nine years and was most recently Online Editor at VOGUE Living. It was the culmination of a career in luxury women's publishing and an upbringing on a merino sheep farm in the natural paradise that is Kangaroo Island, South Australia, that ultimately led to the creation of Ms BROWN.
Founded by London College of Fashion graduate Sandra Sandor in 2005, and so-called after her childhood nickname, Nanushka believes that if a garment is designed to function well, it will by definition be beautiful. Based in her hometown of Budapest, the contemporary label creates wardrobe staples that are subtly feminine and feature unexpected details.
Rebe is a boutique accessory label dedicated to creating elevated wear for the modern women. With a focus on refining the classics and cultivating the details, each Rebe piece is designed to be a unique accession to the wearer's personal style – the finishing touch. Using only the finest fibres & textiles, each piece is carefully crafted to ensure longevity. Rebe is designed in New Zealand.
Born and raised in Wellington, New Zealand, Rebecca's design aesthetic grew from both the idyllic landscapes of her native country and her time immersed in the feminine-cool chic of London and Paris. When she arrived in New York City she built her international brand around an intuitive sense of the timeless beauty and modern versatility women look for when they dress.
Roland Mouret's designs are informed by his "intuitive understanding of the female form." Famous for the now-iconic Galaxy dress, he uses only the finest smoothing fabrics, detailed with pleats, folds and ruffles to frame your shoulders, waist and décolletage.
Founded in London in 2007 by India-born Saloni Lodha, this luxury label produces feminine, exotic-infused designs. Saloni's cleverly draped dresses, intricate print detailing and vibrant colours are an elegant take on bohemian chic.
Designed by Monica Paolini and Sean Monahan at their Canal Street workshop in New York, Sea offers modern separates and feminine dresses with a twist. The duo's line is perfectly pitched between downtown cool and uptown polish. Peplum shift tops, collared lace blouses and cropped trousers underpin the collection.
Inspired to create collections that are special yet accessible, Malaysian-born designer – and alumnus of Central Saint Martins – Han Chong founded Self-Portrait. We think the brand's fresh, feminine dresses and jumpsuits are perfect for wedding receptions, parties and events.
Founded in 1997 and based in New York, Theory makes sophisticated and comfortable modern clothing – clean silhouettes, quality, craftsmanship and fit" are the focus. Make this your go-to brand for tailoring and separates that are cool but never obvious.
Our favourite label from New York. Each member of the Tibi and Muse team are bound together by their love of fashion that is laidback and easy but always chic and modern. The label's eye-catching prints and unexpected colour combinations epitomise Manhattan cool.
Victoria, Victoria Beckham is the playful younger sister to the style icon's eponymous main line. A collection of light, bright and breezy pieces, make space in your wardrobe for relaxed shift dresses adorned with charming details.
NALIN studios is a Dutch company based in Spain. They design jewellery and accessories for dreamers and creatives who want to wear cool and simple designs. NALIN studios is all about pieces that feel comfortable, sensual and make you feel confident at the same time. Pieces that are made with love and are durable daily essentials that you can wear from day into evening.
Recalling the elegant, minimalistic undertones of European sophistication, the Mara & Mine collection is timeless in style, discreet in its approach and provocative in its use of luxe leathers blended with impulsive details. The outcome is a stylish set of flats that will transport you in comfort and style no matter where you are in the world.
As the sixties drew to a close, Casablanca-born Joseph Ettedgui imagined a revolution in the way we buy fashion and so created a conceptual boutique to discover new ideas and new designers. Joseph brought Kenzo and Castelbajac to the world's attention, championed Azzedine Alaïa and Yohji Yamamoto, and was the first in London to sell Prada. In 1972 the JOSEPH in-house label was launched, placing importance on luxury essentials. Today, under the creative direction of Louise Trotter, JOSEPH has become a contemporary designer brand respected worldwide.
Santa Barbara Maillot
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