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.
London fashion label, Pitchouguina have just dropped their latest AW15-16 collection and we've got the exclusive first look! Focusing heavily on texture and colour, the Autumn/Winter range is warm and mature, yet still maintains a youthful and romantic charm about it. The focus for the collection was to create a beautiful, balanced colour range and wearable, comfortable garments for modern women all around the globe. Sourced directly from Italian, French and Portuguese mills, the collection features high quality fabrics such as patterned wools, washed linens, strong woven jacquards and also more glamorous, shimmering silver textiles in bold shades of navy, electric blue, bright yellow and silver. The collection also showcases Pitchouguina's strength for exquisite detailing with its beautiful thin line thread embroidery, handstitched wavy panels on washed linen and wool, wavy jacquard and heavy wool patchwork. You can see the AW15-16 collection at Milan Fashion Week from February 26th until March 3rd. For more info head to their website or Facebook.
The Whitepepper's latest Spring collection, 'Child's Play' is a collection of cute, whimsical pieces inspired by delicate elements of children's clothing. Focusing on playful prints, the collection features an exclusive in-house prints including an amazing dinosaur print in both monochrome and pastel palettes, as well as an 80's inspired graphic doodle print. Paired with classic denim bomber jackets and overalls, palazzo pants, smock dresses and oversized coats, Child's Play is a fresh take on what a lot of us would have worn in our childhoods. The collection is available in stores now and online here.
Nanushka is a Budapest based label founded by head designer, Sandra Sandor. After graduating from the London College of Fashion, Sandra left the UK and returned to her hometown of Budapest, Hungary to establish her own label. Sandra combines playful cuts and lush fabrics with elegance and comfort to create collections that exude a harmony which contrasts the overwhelming noise of the big-city experience. What we love about her Autumn/Winter collection is the eclectic mix of fabrics, as well as the clean and understated designs featuring bright geometric patterns and illustrations. To find out more or shop the collection head to the Nanushka website.
The latest Autumn/Winter collection by Italian label Lazzari is mouth-wateringly good! Combining quirky detailing and beautifully tailored silhouettes, designer Alice Lunardi has created a breakfast themed collection that is both contemporary and classic. With a distinct 60s influence, the collection features a retro-inspired colour palette and a feminine print by Ashley Goldberg. Obviously we're absolutely crazy about the entire collection, but we are especially fond of the playful croissant collar blouse and cheeky bread pocket skirt! Talk about cute! The collection is now available in the Lazzari online store and you can also check out the amazing lookbook here!
Working with Brooklyn artist, Kate Kosek, the latest collection from Gorman is a visual feast of overlapping colour, lines and geometric prints. The 18 piece collection is choc-full of great gorman classics, including the jumpsuit, pencil skirt, cute socks of course and one piece swimmers! Intricate floral lace styles are treated to highlights of sharp neon pink and their star-power prints and jacquards will have you wishing you could be transported back to the 80's! The collection is now available in all Gorman stores and of course in their online store.
Vivetta Ponti has outdone herself once again her latest collection, 'Rag Doll'. The eclectic collection has a real retro feel to it with it's classic 1960's shapes and colour palette, but still maintains the brand's contemporary look with the addition of surreal decorations and feminine embroideries. We absolutely love the contrasting patterns and colours seen throughout the entire collection and of course the signature Vivetta hands collars! Check out the full collection online here.
Objects Without Meaning is a Los Angeles based line, founded in 2011 by Australian designer Alexandra Michelle and creative director Andrew Hogge. Featuring skewed silhouettes, neutral tones, statement prints and textured fabrics, the new collection explores notions of contrast, some literal, some abstract, yet all intimate. Photographed by Stella Berkofsky, the campaign romanticizes the late 1970s in black and white, when masculine met feminine - a strong menswear influence, casual and effortless, styled for the inner city commute. To find out more head to the OM website.
Oh Deer Boutique is no stranger to Pony Anarchy and we're absolutely loving their latest lookbook 'Suburbia'. Shot by Rose Jane and Vienna Johnst, the retro inspired lookbook has a real Lolita vibe and features some of our favourite Oh Deer pieces to date. Filled to the brim with lovely vintage prints, fabrics and feminine silhouettes, this dreamy collection is perfect for the cooler weather that's on it's way and is available for purchase online here.
We're a little bit in love with the latest collection by Pasadena-based loungewear label, Atelier Delphine. Founded in 2011 by designer Yuka Izutsu, the label finds inspiration in both on-screen cinema sirens and the every-day bombshells that take it to bed. Described as "Southern California meets sixties European vacation style", the collection is executed in stunning muted colours, pretty Liberty prints and the highest quality fabrics, that are perfect for curling up, settling in, and celebrating leisure. To see the full Spring/Summer 2014 collection, head over to their website and online store.