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These Stunning Suits Confirm That White Is The New Black

The #TimesUp movement may have spawned an all-black dress code, but a white blazer and matching pants have become synonymous with strong women since the ’70s. Bianca Jagger favoured them, ditto Gaga, who’s even been spotted leaving JFK wearing one; and who can forget Celine Dion’s John Galliano reverse tux at the 1999 Oscars (if you ask us, that was her original fashion moment). The S/S ’18 runways make the look even more relevant. From relaxed, masculine renditions (Acne and Jil Sander) to more glamorous styles like Tom Ford’s with high-waisted pants and peaked shoulders, this is for women who want to #StandOut.


Acne Studios
Jil Sander
Tom Ford
This story first appeared in Female’s April 2018 issue. Like this? Check out these tulle pieces that are perfect for everyday wear, these four cool sustainable fashion labels and these stylish and super adorable kids who stole the show at Seoul Fashion Week.