Net-A-Porter is starting off the new year by launching six new brands. Today, the fashion e-tailer debuts wares from industry darling Rosie Assoulin. The New York-based designer is known for her dramatic volumes that have caught the eyes of editors and buyers alike since she launched in 2014 after working for Oscar de la Renta and Lanvin. Net-A-Porter will eventually offer a 14-piece edit from the designer, but right now, you can shop four key pieces. (Our personal favorite is the Bidi Bidi Bom Bom pinstriped stretch linen-blend maxi skirt.) Prices for the collection start at $835.
What’s next? Colombian designer and Parsons graduate Johanna Ortiz, who is known for her way with ruffles and her bright color palette, is expected to launch on January 11, with pieces starting at $460. Stuart Weitzman will also become available on the same date, debuting Nudist heels and over-the-knee suede boots, which have become wardrobe essentials for many editors and celebrities. Sunglass purveyor Westward Leaning will sell its collaboration with Olivia Palermo in mid-January; the six styles start at $245.
Later this month, Martiniano‘s slipper flats, which are handmade in Argentina, will hit the site and start at $430. And if you’re still planning a warm weather getaway, Anjuna, an Italian beachwear collection, offers swimsuits, dresses, kaftans, and jumpsuits starting at $315. The pieces also come with some ruffle details. Get on it!