Enjoying the sunshine but feeling a little too hot? Keep cool in the sun and on trend with summer camisole tops.
Whether you are jetting off on holiday or staying at home, we will all be getting those swimsuits on at some point this summer. Get ready with cover-ups in a variety of styles to suit everyone.
This season is all about embracing looking girly and pretty, without letting go of the power image. Take on the trend fully with florals and embellishment, or wear pastels and subtle accessories for a toned- down version of the look.
Art as fashion is BIG this season so don't be afraid to wear those bold, statement prints, or mix and match for a full look.
Yes, it is summer time and beaches, city breaks holidays and parks beckons us all. So it is time to get the outfit updated. The easy way is to shop vintage or high street. The accessories to make it look sexy is the scarf/wraps options. See the versatile Missoni wrap or my personal favorite is the Chanel, check out link below.
We getting new items of great interest to our collectors from NYC, LA, UK and the rest of the world.
Gianni Versace - as designed by himself.
Rifat Ozbek, the cutting edge designer of Summer of Love 1986 era.
Plus perennial classics like Chanel, Alaia and YSL (designed from the early 1980s and early 1990s.
As we wait for Pantone to release their data, here is the info graphics from designers around the world.
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Natalia Kaut is an award winning London designer specializing in High-End / Haute Couture.
Established in 2011 in London. Natalia started her career as a Creative Director. She has created bold collections, mixing structured silhouettes and 60's high waist designs with geometric graphic prints. Natalia embraces arabesque detailing and creates functional, wearable clothing. Natalia's inspiration primarily comes from music as she studied to be a concert pianist in her early years.
Growing up in the USSR where variety and choice were scarce, shop shelves bare and everything dominated by a dreary colour palette, drove me to desire to be different. I rebelled by customising my apparel and begging my parents to have my clothes made rather than bought in order to stand out from the crowd.
My first school uniform was made by a local seamstress and my first ever pendent carved from a silver rouble by a family friend.
So living in London presented me with a greater challenge. Vintage, bespoke and my precious buys from my travels became an answer.