Next Season's Collections We're Obsessed with Now

Tomorrow's fashion, shoppable today at Moda Operandi. Discover next season's collections from designer's you love and the brands you need to know about.


Your dream destination wardrobe has arrived, courtesy of the beloved Aussie label. Marked by a retro nostalgia and spanning a pretty palette of toffee, mango, and bleached-out cornflower blue, everything from swim to suiting and evening appears "through the lens of a sun-drenched super 8 camera." 


The New York designer's name has been everywhere lately. First: at the Met Gala, when Lady Gaga wore three of his dresses at once and de-robed live on the red carpet (shop her shocking pink dress here). And second, when the CFDA crowned him Womenswear Designer of the Year. Here, find bestsellers reimagined for the holidays in new fabrics and colors. Pieces deliver beginning November.


Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia's latest collection is rooted in mid-19th century Japan, during an influx of Western ideas entering Japanese culture. Ergo: military-inspired tailoring, "loosened-up" kimonos, and patchwork-inspired by wabi-sabi, the Japanese philosophy that celebrates imperfect beauty.


If there’s anything Copenhagen-based brand GANNI aims to create, it’s pieces that make pulling together a memorable outfit a little bit easier. Since hitting the shopping scene in 2000, the label—as overseen by creative director Ditte Reffstrup—has been doing just that, with collections comprising fresh, of-the-moment spins on timeless silhouettes.

Johanna Ortiz

Inspired by the transformative effects of beautiful fabrics, Colombian designer Johanna Ortiz creates collections that are feminine and elegant, inviting women “to have fun” with ready-to-wear. We love her prints, fresh but wearable color palette and flattering use of ruffles.

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