With two high street collabs, this season’s sequin game is strong.
There’s perhaps never been a better time to add a sequin dress to your party wardrobe. This season sees two of the fashion industry’s most celebrated sequin mavericks launch collaborations with our favourite high street brands, making their designs accessible to all.
First up is Ashish’s vibrantly colourful range for Warehouse. The designer has showed at London Fashion Week for over a decade and his slightly bonkers designs are always a catwalk highlight – think hi-viz vests rendered in bright orange sequins. His high street range is ultimately more wearable however, and features co-ords to mix and match as well as a rather fabulous yellow sequin trench coat.
Over at Topshop, rising design star Michael Halpern has released a large offering inspired by the decadence of the Seventies that fuses print with unapologetically sexy silhouettes.
Still not sure if you’re a sequin sort of woman? Nothing says easy glamour like a long-sleeve dress that’s dripping in thousands of shiny discs; throw one on with flats and laissez-faire hair and you’re good to go. But remember, sequins aren’t just for Christmas.
Ashish sequin maxi dress, Warehouse, £120
Sequinned gown, Mango, £119.99
Halpern sequin cheetah dress, Topshop, £145
Kylie sequin midi dress, Olivia Rubin, £350
Sequin slip dress, Zara, £79.99
Samantha sequined crepe mini dress, Rixo x Laura Jackson, £295
Aubrey sequin midi dress, Monsoon, £99
Saturn sequin midi dress, Monsoon, £99
Ombré sequin midi dress, & Other Stories, £85
Sleeveless sequined dress, H&M, £149.99
Sonora sequinned satin wrap dress, Ganni, £430
One-shoulder sequined crepe mini dress, Self Portrait, £320
Sequinned velvet dress, £39.99, Zara