Our Fashion Editor’s Spring Picks
Established in 2014 by a Central St Martins Graduate, Folklore’s geometric bags are functional, cool and unique. A new capsule collection each season focuses on using artisan processes and high quality leather to create stylish pieces loved by fashion girls - plus, they won’t break the bank.
Collaboration: Fruity Booty x Caity Hennessy
All round cool girl and fashion writer Caity Hennessy has teamed up with SL favourite Fruity Booty for a chic capsule collection of lingerie. Think black lacy separates and teddies for a seductive, Parisian take on their stylish pieces.
Collection: H&M Conscious Collection
H&M is the high street label making sustainability waves. Their latest Conscious Collection is crafted from 100% recycled materials and organic cottons, including a blouse made entirely from orange peel (that’s right), and faux leather created with pineapple skins – genius and stylish too. Get them while you can.
Bridal Brand: Lola Varma
Aussie brands just do it better when it comes to bridal wear, and Lola Varna is my latest find. Feminine, modern and impossibly elegant, it’s almost got me considering a quick dress change mid wedding.
Micro Trend: Chest Pockets
Where Chanel goes others follow, and Kaia Gerber’s spin on the brand’s SS19 runway in a shirt with slogan-adorned pockets has inspired a host of copycat styles. Look to Mango for an affordable doppelganger, or try plain versions for a subtler look.
The Pop Up: Rixo Kings Road
Everyone knows Rixo is the ultimate brand for quirky, fun fashion, and their latest London pop up is a chance to immerse yourself in their world. That means eclectic interiors, great accessories and the opportunity to discover their newest, coolest designs.
Launch: Seren Summer Collection
Seren’s satin jumpsuits have been a personal favourite ever since they launched a few years ago, and the fashion world didn’t take long to catch on, with NET-A-PORTER now stocking their pieces. Their summer offering features linen for the first time, with signature prints and patterns the most discerning of fans will love.
New Brand: Berta Cabestany
It may not be brand new (the label was founded in 2016) but Catalan designer Berta Cabestany is beginning to make an impact on the industry. Having trained at Central St Martins and Parsons, she’s putting her prestigious design education to good use, with statement summer dresses you can’t fail to love.
Limited Collection: Massimo Dutti Ltd Edition Vol. 1
Massimo Dutti does clean, slick separates so well, and the latest instalment of its Limited Edition collection is no exception. Fans of old Celine and The Row will love these affordable crisp white designs – the relaxed trousers and satin shirts get my vote.
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