This womenswear label from Thailand evokes a special kind of spirit. It is designed for women but also carries with it a high level of masculinity and male perspective. Designer Wongwatanasin says the differences between how men and women interpret fashion became “so appropriate” as he was creating the label and this conflict is often reflected in his pieces - bold tailoring is balanced with feminine nuances, "girlie" frocks are given structural silhouettes, flirty dresses are tampered with a neutral colour palettes. Since Vickteerut's first boutique opening and ELLE fashion week showcase in 2007, designer Teerat Wongwatanasin has created a label that boasts an impressive line-up of ready-to-wear pieces with every collection. This season, Vicketeerut’s collection is inspired by the Grecian and Roman era and, as always, miraculously manages to be both sharp and ethereal. Expect flowy sheer skirts, blouses with delicate butterfly sleeves and cropped tuxedo jackets - pieces that you can layer and wear all at once to nail the brand's signature masculine-meets-feminine aesthetic.