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Jil Sander

Sophisticated minimalism: The sheer sleeves and linen pants are interesting and unconventional.
Emilio Pucci

Slouchy neutrals are topped with a bright studded suede jacket for a look that's perfectly dressed-down.
Salvatore Ferragamo

We love the voluminous skirt and ethereal blouse—done up in the sunniest of hues.

Metal studs and a web-like overlay give this not-so-basic LBD a dose of futuristic cool.
Dolce & Gabbana

A sexy, corseted shape with layers of incredibly dramatic fringe.
Bottega Veneta

Architectural and crisp, offset by an artsy statement necklace and woven leather sandals.

Exactly what you'd want to wear to a cool, '70s-ish garden party.

A tie-dye effect, rendered in the most delicate and diaphanous of fabrics.

Channeling a psychedelic kaleidoscope feel, the slightly undone hemming adds a cool touch.

A neutral-hued blouse tempers a day-glo, pop-inspired floral print.

From the perfectly faded snap-button denim shirt to the leopard-print neckerchief and cheeky ruffled miniskirt, we love D&G's take on cowgirl.

Only Miuccia Prada could craft such a genius look out of a basic white button-down and a sheer, chandelier-like skirt.

Such a cute, quirky party dress: a simple, nude shift decorated with sparkly lip appliqués.

The coolest shorts—we really like the pleated pockets and the slick black fabric.
Just Cavalli

The exaggerated fringe on this minidress manages to look both flapper-esque and resort-ready.
Alberta Ferretti

This long, flowy gown is gorgeous; the waist-cinching belt shows off her shape.
Giorgio Armani

A tailored blazer is the perfect counterbalance to a slouchy jumpsuit with a dramatically plunging neckline.

The shape of this flowered skirt—with its high, wide waistband—is so flattering.