It’s not a reach to say there are new and notable fashion drops every day. To help you keep tabs on the latest and greatest launches, we’ll be sharing the standout clothing and accessories that catch our eye each month. You saw it—and can shop it—here first.
Nuuly x Favorite Daughter
Clothing rental service Nuuly worked together with Erin and Sara Foster from Favorite Daughter to bring you a collection of ten versatile, elevated pieces that are perfect for any fall capsule wardrobe. Sizes run from XS to XL, including options for petites—just like the brand’s regular designs. The way Nuuly works is that you can rent six pieces for $98—we recommend the bustier vest which looks great over wide-leg trousers (and only buttoned halfway), plus any of the corduroy suiting, which will be huge for fall.
Target x Rowing Blazers
Mark your calendars! The Target x Rowing Blazers collection launches on September 23, and it’s pretty major: The 100-piece capsule includes everything you could think of from both brands, including fashion, home, and cute pet accessories—all with a preppy-cool twist. Apparel (including jackets, pants, sweaters, and blazers) ranges from XXS to 5X and is largely gender-neutral, and prices start at $5 with most items below $30.
Madewell x Molly Dickson
Celebrity stylist Molly Dickson and Madewell debuted a denim capsule of cool-girl-inspired styles that both Dickson and her clients love to wear—in straight and plus sizes. You’ll love the baggy cargo pants, oversized shackets, and straight-leg jeans with crossover waistbands that look great styled with loafers and baby white tees (or pointelle tanks!) for an effortlessly cool vibe.
Tumi x Renée Rapp
Tumi tapped Sex Lives of College Girls actor and singer Renée Rapp to front its latest fall collection—Georgica—complete with backpacks, totes, and small travel-friendly purses that perfectly complement the brand’s 19 Degree luggage collection. Prices range from $195 to $795, and come in a muted but versatile palette of black, taupe, and deep plum colors.
Lesportsac x Warm & Wonderful
Lesportsac teamed up with British heritage brand Warm & Wonderful—on a four-piece capsule of totes and crossbody bags. If the name Warm & Wonderful sounds familiar, it’s because it’s the brand behind Princess Diana’s famous red and white sheep sweater that’s currently up for auction at Sotheby’s and (another fun fact) Rowing Blazers recently reissued.
Staud x Wrangler
Staud (the label behind some of our favorite party dresses) and heritage denim brand Wrangler just debuted an eight-piece capsule for fall 2023, featuring baggy jeans, cropped vests in two washes, and denim dresses and a skirt that feel both referential and of its time. Prices start at $95 for a classic white T-shirt and go up to $195 for jeans. The jeans range in size from 24 to 34, with multiple inseam lengths (32″ and 34″). (PS: Both sites carry the full collection, but if you go to Staud, you’ll find both the apparel and suede and calf-hair accessories to match—we love a complete ensemble.)
Eva Chen x H&M
Author and director of fashion partnerships at Instagram, Eva Chen, just debuted a gender-neutral, back-to-school kids collection for H&M. Sustainability and longevity were top of mind for Chen when designing the collection, prioritizing like recycled cotton, recycled polyester, and Tencel for the pieces that are meant to last longer than a single school year.
EmRata x AG
Emily Ratajkowski and AG unofficially kicked off New York Fashion Week this year with a party that celebrated her just-launched capsule collection. The pieces she designed perfectly capture her sense of style—menswear-inspired trousers and cargo mini skirts, cropped tops and blazers, and statement outerwear. Neutrals and various washes of denim dominate the collection, with a pop of red (a big trend for fall) and taupe making cameo appearances. Don’t miss this stunning leather trench that’s a great transitional jacket.
Canada Goose x Rokh x Matt McCormick
Canada Goose brought together not one but two creatives—Rok Hwang, the designer behind womenswear label Rokh and multidisciplinary artist Matt McCormick for a fall collection that fuses Hwang’s eye for detail with McCormick’s affinity for Western Americana iconography. The only catch? The pieces (which range from jackets and coats to knits and balaclavas) are exclusively available in select Canada Goose boutiques (Soho, Beverly Center, Aspen, and The Shops at Wynn Las Vegas) and then at a two-week pop-up at Fred Segal in Los Angeles.
Mayson the Label
Creator of Fashion Jackson, Amy Jackson, just launched her own brand—Mayson the Label—which focuses on contemporary wardrobe essentials. Consider it your new go-to for finding the perfect night-out blazer, sophisticated trousers, and timeless outerwear.
Talia Abbas is the senior commerce editor at Glamour. You can follow her on Instagram at @_taliaabbas.