December 7, 2017

This season pairs our classic luxury American knitwear with subtle hints of Italian romance. The collection embodies a polished ease with relaxed silhouettes in rich fabrics and beautiful hues inspired by the Italian coastlines.

Check out the collection review below by WWD.com


By Emily Mercer on December 5, 2017

For pre-fall 2018, designer Greg Myler transported the St. John collection to “La Vita Italiana.” Textures were rich, with bouclé stitches, macramé lace-and-fringe details combined with a saturated palette inspired by the Italian coastline. Not only did the buildings inspire the palette, but also played directly into stitching designs, like on a light-handed plaid stitched dress with an asymmetric hem. There were plenty of brand staples: knit separates, structured jackets and easy pants in an array of butterscotch, whites and blacks with pops of sunny colors.

A silky plaid, short-sleeve, kimonolike jacket paired with pajama pants made for a chic travel set, while a relaxed navy and cream grid stitched dress design and matching tailored skirt set with fringe added a sophisticated touch to the getaway assortment.





ST-JOHN-KNITS_2017_6_22-WWD-R18_04Image Credit: Nick Miramontes