MUST HAVE: More feminine approach to masculine proportions for Fall '17 by Beaufille

One of New York Fashion Week’s most talked about shows, Beaufille – or ‘handsome girl’ – was founded in 2013 by sisters Chloé and Parris Gordon. Inspired by the contrast between masculine and feminine and hard and soft, their collections are defined by a modern, elegant approach to proportion and cut.

Beaufille's 'Pistol' skirt is made from a tactile wool-blend that's coated to give it a glossy, almost leather-like appearance.
Detailed with buckle fastenings, it has a flared wrap shape that's left open to show off the lustrous satin lining beneath. Echo the label's styling and wear it with a tucked-in top and ankle boots.

Beaufille's founders and sisters Chloé and Parris Gordon take a softer, more feminine approach to masculine proportions for Fall '17.

Cut from lustrous satin, this 'Athena' blouse has contrasting white stitching along the high neckline and cuffs to create elegant, Victorian-inspired ruffles. It turns to reveal an open back held together by two discreet hooks. Wear yours tucked into the matching skirt.

One of The EDIT's latest names to know, Beaufille creates effortlessly chic pieces that'll feature heavily in your Fall '17 wardrobe. Cut from satin, this 'Lalande' skirt has contrasting white stitching and is pleated for movement. Style yours with a fitted sweater, as they did in the Fall '17 presentation.