Argentinian fashion label, Vero Forest have just released their Spring/Summer 2019 collection and it boy, it does not disappoint! Sticking with the labels' minimalist ethos, the collection features simple yet beautifully crafted trans-seasonal garments, made from natural fiber textiles such as linen, cotton and wool. Earthy tones such as terracotta, nude and khaki, adorn button-up apron dresses, mid-waist trousers, modest tank tops and classic jackets, making them the perfect staple pieces in any wardrobe.
You can shop the new collection online here and stay up to date via instagram.
Say goodbye to winter and hello to Summer with Gorman's latest artist collaboration, Gorman x Kindah Khalidy. This Summer, Lisa Gorman has teamed up with Californian-based painter and textile designer, Kindah Khalidy, to produce an exciting collection of wearable art and tbh, one of our favourite Gormie collaborations so far. Pairing every colour imaginable with experimental and unpredictable combinations, Kindah creates bright, playful and shape-driven works that keep viewers coming back for more. This collab combines iconic Kindah prints, established from original artworks, with classic Gorman designs, to create a vibrant and youthful collection of garments that are sure to make any wearer feel a hundred bucks!
Pop on over to gormanshop.com.au where you can deck yourself out head-to-toe with Kindah's abstract prints adorning dresses, pants, playsuits, socks and Gorman's iconic raincoats.
BAMBAM is a small #peopleswear brand based in Madrid, Spain. Inspired by past, present, and the Millennial Way Of Life, their debut collection 'Tómbola' combines art and technology in a playful and nostalgic way. References to the late 80's and early 90's culture can be seen throughout the collection, including the bold primary colour palette and the Nintendo inspired "Gamification" print and earrings. While the influence of 20th Century Artists such as Henri Matisse and Joan Miró, is evident in their funky "Facemotiv" print. All of their print fabrics are designed in-house, printed locally and ecologically on 100% cotton, making it the perfect label for anyone that loves to stand out and appreciates the value of an ethical, local and small-scale production. You can shop the current collection online now here!
Lauren Winter is a namesake clothing label based in Portland, Oregon. Founded in 2014, the labels goal is to create high quality, statement designs that reflect the individuality of the wearer and evoke an air of timelessness. Inspired by Asian art, southern history as well as her surroundings, Lauren's weird yet wearable shapes are made to order from beautifully hand-dyed fabrics such as linen and denim. Her latest Spring/Summer 2016 collection features comfortable and timeless pieces in rich tones of brick red, navy, cerulean and ivory. We are absolutely obsessed with the Wraparound Jumpsuit which is available in washed blue denim or ivory linen and makes for a great layering piece all year-round. You can shop the full collection online now at laurenwinter.co and stay up to date with the label via the Lauren Winter instagram.
We didn't even think it was possible, but Lazzari's latest Fall/Winter collection kinda has us wishing we were back at school. Inspired by all things 'school', the dreamy collection focuses on objects, materials and symbolic references that tie the memories of childhood to the month of September in Italy and the "back to school" attitude. Erasers, pencils, notebooks and iconic bottles of glue become prints for cotton and silk shirts, while irresistible dinosaurs adorn cotton sweater dresses and viscose peter-pan collar blouses. A black polka dot dress with a white collar is the current interpretation of the smock worn in class, while the soft leather bags are excellent substitutes for school bags. The bright prints aren't the only heroes of this collection though, the finer details like the pussybows, winged shoulders, scalloped collars and of course the adorable Triceratop collars are also a massive hit in our eyes! You can shop the Fall/Winter collection in stores and online now.
Inspired by the magical depths of the big blue ocean, Mona's most recent Spring/Summer 2015 collection is a celebration of all things under the sea. Peter pan collars with embroidered sea horses, scalloped hemlines and cheeky lobster prints adorn feminine shift dresses, funky jumpsuits, chiffon blouses and high waisted mini skirts, in an array of beautiful pastel hues. And if that's not enough, designer Moriah has also created some adorable shell shaped cross body bags to match! The SS15 collection is available in the Tel-Aviv store and online via Etsy with up to 30% off selected items.
Okay, so we probably say this every time Gorman drops a new collection, but hot damn this lookbook is definitely our favourite so far! The playful Spring '15 collection invites you to kick back on Spring vacation at the Gorman hyper coloured country club - where the air is crisp, the flowers are in full bloom and the days softly meld into the nights. In true Gorman style, the quirky collection features exclusive patterns and prints including dalmation spots on palazzo pants and wrap pant suits, while poodles, lime wedges, tennis rackets and palm trees are scrap-booked across an array of tees, sweaters and swing dresses. Of course no Gorman collection would be complete without accompanying accessories and we're absolutely in love with the funky soft foil leather metallic boots and dalmation sandals. The collection is in stores and online now, with more pieces dropping periodically until late October.
If you love girly dresses and Wes Anderson, we're 99% sure you're going to love the first capsule collection by She Loves Dresses & Crowned Bird. Inspired by the Wes Anderson tale of a young runaway romance, The Moonrise Kingdom collection is designed for raven-eyed girls made of bubblegum and pink ink. Nuzzled in between the niche of new and nostalgia, these dresses are to be donned while sneaking kisses from your campfire cologne beau. Jennifer Baquing of She Loves Dresses is an intersectional feminist princess and internet sweetheart with a reputation for consistently dripping in vintage. Meanwhile, Crowned Bird’s Priscilla Barroso has already taken the fashion world by storm, with experience in all levels of the industry. This magical mod love child of a collection manifests at the intersection of Jennifer’s ethereal aesthetic and Priscilla’s electric charm. Mint chip lace linens, schoolgirl collars, arithmetic grids, pastel plaids, lavender folded love notes, and even incandescently printed umbrellas to assist in the dark and dreary hurricanes all young lovers will surely endure – The Moonrise Kingdom Collection is a must for any dreamgirl’s dress collection. The collection is available for pre-order now, but you have until July 17th to put your order in, so don't miss out!
Melbourne's RYDER have just released their latest Spring 2015 collection and second collaboration with US retail giant, Urban Outfitters. Created for the free spirited traveller, the dreamy collection is all about effortless style with a vintage edge. Featuring calming coastal colours in soft washed back fabrics, tropical palm prints and signature RYDER checks, this collection has us wishing it was Spring time already over here in Australia. Our favourite pieces from the collection include the super cute 70s style check print Rosie Romper and funky tailored Palm Shorts! The campaign was shot in Los Angeles by photographer Jack Belli and features the beautiful Helena Vestgaard. If you'd like to get your mitts on any of the pieces from the collection, they will be available in store and online through RYDER and Urban Outfitters US.
Samuji is a creative studio and design house based in Helsinki, Finland. Founded by designer, Samu-Jussi Koski in 2011, the label focuses on design and consulting, with an ambition to produce timeless and sustainable design that serves a purpose. The Samuji womenswear collection presents a complete wardrobe for women, bringing together two separate lines: Samuji Classic and Samuji Seasonal. Samuji Classic carries permanent, timeless clothes in neutral tones, while Samuji Seasonal is a more on-trend and colorful collection renewed seasonally. Their latest Spring/Summer collection offers a charming selection of shapes, textures and colour with striking prints, feminine silhouettes and beautiful linens featuring heavily throughout. We absolutely love the Kirjain Dress, which comes in a stunning pink mermaid print designed by Erja Hirvi. Another favourite from the collection is the short sleeve Bombom Dress featuring a classy gold chevron pattern, perfect for a day of shopping or a night on the town. You can purchase Samuji from the label’s online boutique, or from various retailers in the US, Canada, Europe, Russia, Japan and Scandinavia. For more information visit the Samuji website.