Palais Dress

May We Freshen Your Cocktail (Dress)?

Womenswear’s most ubiquitous dress code just got an upgrade, courtesy of Fame and Partners. Now’s the time to freshen your collection of cocktail dresses to include something custom-made for you–because you never know when a fabulous party will pop up.

With a nod to our Australian roots, we've tapped Aussie icon Nadia Fairfax to show you how to shake up the cocktail dress.

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Darlo Dress

High Shine

A silver slip dress will take you everywhere from date night to holiday parties and beyond. Fame Fashion Tip: make a metallic dress daytime-appropriate by pairing it with a loose trench coat.

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Cici Jumpsuit

With a Twist

Why not try something new and swap out your tried-and-true LBD for a menswear-inspired jumpsuit? It’s more versatile than you think; wear the Cici Jumpsuit on it’s own for a minimalist look, or layer a high-collared top underneath to give it new life.

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Alto Dress

Yes, Pleats!

A striking white dress is a modern must-have for cocktail hour. But if you’re prone to spilling red wine (guilty), feel free to customize the Alto dress to a more spill-friendly color.

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Tate Dress

On the Menu

Browse our full customization menu and make the Tate Dress your own. We mean it – choose from over 30 colors, 3 lengths, and 3 customization options to create a dress that calls to you. (Although the Tate is pretty great as-is, too.)

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Harbourside Dress

Bold Shoulder

What do you get when you mix ruffles, shoulder cutouts, and a flash of midriff? The perfect combination of classic and contemporary, the Harbourside Dress.

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Eclectic Love Dress

Pour Me Another

Pour yourself into the Eclectic Love, a bodycon stunner that’s conservative in the front and crazy-sexy in the (corsetted) back.

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Cole Dress

Make Mine a Mini

You really can’t go wrong in a black cocktail frock, however you choose to customize it: asymmetrical, straight-cut, floor length, or knee length.

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