Oscar de la Renta's gowns have graced so many red carpets, and we think this style is worthy of its own moment in the spotlight

A designer's most statement-making pieces are often reserved for the end of a lookbook, and that’s certainly the case with this gown from Oscar de la Renta's Pre-Fall '18 collection.



It's crafted from swathes of frothy tulle and embellished with light-catching sequins and gold appliqués arranged in an interlocking pattern. The voluminous skirt is surprisingly lightweight so you can move freely around the room at your next formal event.

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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.

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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.

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Oscar de la Renta's stunning gown is testament to its eponymous founder's legacy and all the glamour still attached to it.

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Cut from swathes of glistening gold lamé, this piece has a sheer tulle yoke embellished with crystals and beads. Style it simply with sparkly earrings and a metallic clutch.


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