Here it is.
While designing this collection, I was looking a lot at vintage Laura Ashley clothing, reading up on the 1970's, and I was in the mood for sensuality and femininity.
You may remember these images from a few emails ago (they were the jumping off point for all of this...)
The designs changed a lot from these inital drawings (mostly due to time constraints, and things like moving). But mostly I'm pretty pleased with the outcome.
So sit back, relax, enjoy, and please feel free to leave comments in the comments section.
In particular, I'd love if you said things like
'I love the ____ dress, but I'd rather buy it in the colour ____'.
'The ____ is my favourite'.
Your comments and suggestions help me make things you'll like more ;)
The Lola dress in denim
The Lola top in white linen
The Swing dress in tie dye
The Lola top in tie dye and Winnie skirt in denim
The Carmen top in white linen
The Carmen top and Burkley skirt in white linen
The Carmen dress
The Carmen top and Mega flares in black
The Elsie dress in black linen
The Jeannie dress in black and white check
The Vee dress in brick red linen
The Swing top in brick red linen and Yasmin denim culottes
The Vee top in brick red linen
The Swing top in black linen
The MotoBomb jacket in denim
The MotoBomb jacket in denim and Yasmin culottes in dark denim
And last, but not least, the Nelly dress in what I am now going to refer to as #ElizaPink.
I made this the night before my show at Vancouver Fashion Week, and long after we did the photoshoot which is why it's not in the lookbook ;)
Thank you for reading!