Sylvie Millstein behind Hellessy was inspired by cold and foggy London (depicted in 1992 Francis Ford Coppola movie Bram Stoker's Dracula) creating the latest Autumn-Winter season's collection of women's clothes. You are going to find here gorgeous chunky knits, evening appropriate separates, sporty touches, long and lean silhouettes, relaxed and loose-fit shapes. I love the color palette that includes light grey, white, black and burgundy. Here are presented skinny ribbed tunics, pencil skirts, fluffy cashmere cardigans, double-faced alpaca coats, skinny ribbed tunics, etc. All in all, Hellessy Fall collection looks quite luxe and extravagant.
We see a long light grey coat worn atop ribbed knit sweater and teamed with wide-leg white floor-length trousers.
That's a creative dress that can be worn from office to special cocktail parties. Love the pencil silhouette and the pointed-toe flat shoes in white and black color.
There is kind of laid-back touch in this totally white look. Love the maxi wool scarf, rib knit sweater, satin crepe palazzo trousers with side slits and long fingerless gloves.
That's a stunning grey fluffy cardigan worn atop black top and wrap knee-length white skirt.
Knitted light grey slouchy and relaxed hooded sweater looks fantastic paired with white palazzo trousers.
The wide-sleeve shiny burgundy top looks sophisticated and evening appropriate teamed with draped burgundy satin skirt.
That's what I call slouchy and maxi. We see an asphalt grey knitted cardigan, sweater, maxi scarf worn with maxi length navy skirt.
That's a fantastic grey jacket with white fur collar paired with black flares.
The shiny sports bomber looks fantastic paired with long, below-the-knee skirt.
Here we see a wrap dolman black and white print dress that is a perfect choice for special parties. Try it on with a furry white clutch.
Dolman black and white print blouse looks awesome styled with black, shiny slim-fit pants.
Keep it sophisticated and try on totally black outfit that features wide-leg black pants.
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