Sometimes designer collections are full of breathtaking formal gowns, sometimes they master ready-to-wear pieces that will turn heads on the streets, and sometimes they just master little dresses that most girls would die to wear out on a Saturday night. These designers turned out some killer minidresses that go above and beyond the clubwear category.
Nina Ricci's spring collection was full of vampy minis and shifts most women would die to have in their closet, ready to be utilized for the ultimate night out in the city.
Pheobe Philo turned out a collection full of effortlessly cool daytime-appropriate dresses, but she couldn't help but slip in a couple of naughty slips.
David Koma's military-inspired tough-girl collection for Mugler included some seriously badass little black dresses with super-luxe, super cool hardware detailing.
Marant mastered the cooler-than-tough French Girl style as always, but I had to give a special shoutout to this one shiny but casual wrapped black mini, complete with an asymmetrical skirt and keyhole.
Alber Ebaz's collection was full of dresses appealing to different girls for different occasions, but it was the high-necked, super-short minidresses that were ready to work casual to formal nights.
Italian-Belgian Vaccarello is the king of a sexy little dress that still looks fresh, often using dangerously placed slits and jaw-dropping cutouts. These sexy numbers were no exception to his legacy, proving leather and hardware never get old.
If you aren't afraid of colorful nightwear, Dan and Dean Caten featured some highly embellished minidresses that wouldn't hate to be worn to a club. Especially with those ropey heels.
Donatella's girl army took over the runway in faux-utilitarian minis and leather, demonstrating the power of the Versace label to make infinite sexy and fun looks any girl would die to wear out.
Christopher Kane put together a collection of colorful and artful black garments using black as the backdrop for slashes and embellishments of neon. These little dresses are simply cool; who wouldn't want to turn out in one of these next weekend?
Ennio Capasa kept it simple for his spring collection for Costume National, but these little black numbers with sheer inserts were beyond wearable for any night out.