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.

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.

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

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.