Driven by the simplicity of basics and uplifted by individualistic design details, this new label on the block has commanded the industry's attention in just two seasons — Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia of Monse debuted at New York Fashion Week during spring/summer 2016. Having met at the Oscar de la Renta atelier, the dynamic duo shared a common vision — a change in the landscape and existing codes of femininity — that now defines their ready-to-wear label. 

Whether it's evening cocktails or sipping bubbly at a champagne brunch, the one-of-a-kind off-the-shoulder slash toga hybrids and sleek asymmetrical collared blouses inspired by men's shirting, will set you up for fuss-free chic. Monse's versatile elegance — including footwear in collaboration with Mariela Montiel — is now retailing on; geared for the timeless lady looking to branch out while staying true to classic sensibilities. 

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Striped duchesse silk-satin wide-leg trousers
Silk-georgette blouse
Cotton and silk-blend wide-leg jumpsuit
Cotton-blend poplin and twill top
Monse and Mariela Montiel duchesse-satin flats

Shop the Monse SS16 collection on here