Editorial: Vogue.com


Saint John Fall 2019Saint John Fall 2019

For Fall 2019, St. John choreographs bold moves forward for the powerful, sophisticated modern woman. Our unique American luxury designs—effortlessly elegant silhouettes, meticulously crafted for an impeccable fit—are elevated to new heights of artistry and ease, with striking proportions, vibrant colors and patterns, innovative fabrics and opulent details that are the enduring high-style signatures of St. John.

View the Fall 2019 collection as reviewed by Vogue.com below.

Saint John Fall 2019 color block sweaterSaint John Fall 2019 color block sweater
Saint John Fall 2019 leather skirtSaint John Fall 2019 leather skirt
Saint John Fall 2019 leopard coatSaint John Fall 2019 leopard coat
Saint John Fall 2019 Snow LeopardSaint John Fall 2019 Snow Leopard
Saint John Fall 2019 knit jacketSaint John Fall 2019 knit jacket
Saint John Fall 2019 dressSaint John Fall 2019 dress
Saint John Fall 2019 black and white dressSaint John Fall 2019 black and white dress
Saint John Fall 2019 SuitSaint John Fall 2019 Suit

NEW YORK, MARCH 22, 2019


For the last few seasons, the St. John brand has been hyper-focused on reinterpreting its 56-year-old m.o. The design team has opted for ease over aspirational elegance and separates as opposed to buttoned-up suits and fancy eveningwear. For Fall 2019, St. John is continuing to experiment with new shapes, new ways of styling, and a new aesthetic language for St. John. It’s a label with a lot of resonance among women of a certain age, but one that remains mostly unknown to their daughters and their daughter’s daughters. 

This season’s offering was smart in the way that it played to all of those customers: a sophisticated sequined black knit evening top and matching pants for the longtime fan of the brand; a striped, multicolored long-sleeved dress with a pleated skirt and an unlined knit jacket, meant to be paired with jeans or a black-tie gown, for the St. John neophyte. The outerwear also targeted a diverse group of shoppers. There was fuzzy leopard for the Insta-concerned woman, and a beautifully tailored camel overcoat for her well-heeled, more classically chic counterpart.

Overall, the new collection presented nice textural elements and a range of easy, highly wearable separates and silhouettes. In fact, the separates here outshone some of the more formal, red carpet appropriate garments. The St. John team is designing clothes that can work for a lot of women.