A trip to Los Angeles provided the foundation for fashion director Daniel Wingate’s latest collection for Escada. He looked to the sea and local marinas for nautical motifs worked in a mostly navy-and-white palette, including solid-colored suiting, tunic shapes in classic stripes and a draped-neck top and pants in a hand-painted paisley print.

Leather, a top-selling category for the brand, was luxed up with intricate laser-cut details for a slim-fitting jacket and hand-pleated for a modern tea-length skirt. Embellishment played a starring role for both day- and eveningwear, most notably on a black dress embroidered with gold ribbon.

A trip to Los Angeles provided the foundation for fashion director Daniel Wingate’s latest collection for Escada. He looked to the sea and local marinas for nautical motifs worked in a mostly navy-and-white palette, including solid-colored suiting, tunic shapes in classic stripes and a draped-neck top and pants in a hand-painted paisley print.

Leather, a top-selling category for the brand, was luxed up with intricate laser-cut details for a slim-fitting jacket and hand-pleated for a modern tea-length skirt. Embellishment played a starring role for both day- and eveningwear, most notably on a black dress embroidered with gold ribbon.

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