Nature has been a key theme in Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim's designs for Oscar de la Renta in recent seasons

It was a visit to The Cloisters museum in New York City that inspired the floral motifs in Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia's Fall '18 collection for Oscar de la Renta.

The type of piece that turns heads at crowded galas, this tulle gown is decorated with blooms that are highlighted by scores of light-catching sequins.

The silk-chiffon lining offers plenty of coverage, while the nipped-in waist and layered skirt create a flattering silhouette.

For Fall' 18, Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia are inspired by a trip they once took with the late Oscar de la Renta to see a sound installation held in The Cloisters at the MET – culminating in a collection influenced by the Elizabethan era.

This gown has a corded lace bodice that's boned for the most flattering fit. The skirt is cut from layers of frothy scalloped tulle - it's surprisingly lightweight, so you'll be able to work the room with ease. Complement the sweetheart neckline with a pair of drop earrings.

Inspired by memories of the late founder, Oscar de la Renta's Fall '18 show had a dream-like quality, and models wore jewellery that felt like mementoes, heirlooms or talismans.

This gold-tone necklace is draped with a mix of finely engraved charms alongside crystal and faux baroque pearl pendants. Adjust the drop using the clasp at the back.