Skirts! The debut appearance...

In a sea of dresses, one separate stands to be the breakout star of the season: the skirt.

Find your favorite shape, modify to make it your own, and never wonder what to wear again.

It's a wrap.

Every woman needs a wrap-style skirt in her wardrobe. Wear it with a plain tank, a vintage rock tee, or even a lacy bit of lingerie, depending on how frisky you’re feeling.

The girl in the pearl maxi.

Why is it so hard to find basics that aren’t, well, basic? The Elliot Skirt is about to become your new go-to: simple enough to go with everything, but special enough to stand out.

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Remaking a classic.

The button-front skirt spans decades–from turn-of-the-century styles to 1970s-hippie-chic versions all the way up to today’s take from Fame and Partners: fitted in the hips with a flirty little kick.

Femme fatale feels.

The Pretoria is sex in a skirt–in the classiest way possible, of course. Its genius layering and asymmetrical button detailing make it a must-have alternative to your usual mini.

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Ready for my close up.

The Perrotta is a true chameleon. With just a little rearranging, this satin stunner goes from short and sweet to knee-length and back again.

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Curtains up.

The Aki Skirt is proof that you really can have it all: a piece that’s flattering, statement-making, and versatile all at once.

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Your wardrobe hero.

This pencil skirt is the party animal of the collection–seriously, it’s down for anything. Day, night, office, after-hours; just try and find an occasion it won’t work for.

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Drama, drama, drama.

WARNING: Wearing the Quinn or the Catania may cause those around you to experience major style envy.

In the business.

The Ryn Skirt is what your work wardrobe’s been waiting for: fierce and fashion-forward, yet polished and professional. In a word? It’s perfect.

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At long last.

Finally, a maxi with modern edge. Say buh-bye to flower-child styles and step into the Seville Skirt: sleek, chic, and tailor-made for you.

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