This time, Hermes which did incredibly well in the past 6 months on sales, is coming up with bohemian inspired collection full of blue and silver hues.
A relaxed Spring/Summer collection full of the finest materials ranging from lightweight cashmeres, cotton and wool. Relaxed silhouettes are integrated to create an outstanding visual experience, small details and the many accessories – cravats, handbags and leather bracelets – all make the luxurious style of Hermes.
Kenzo gets sporty and inspired by the laid-back California lifestyle; creative directors evolve this new idea of mixing the comfort of sport-wear with the classy and elegant style of the brand, keeping it up to date. From oversized sweaters to sport jackets. Dapper prints are as well created by Kenzo, moving from block colours to bold prints emphasising a tsunami. A very young collection that doesn’t disappoint the Kenzo-brand enthusiasts.
Sir Paul Smith gets incredibly inspired by the strong hues of Fucsia and yellow for his Spring/Summer 2014 collection. Using the beauty of new and fine detailed prints and irregular patches of colours. cotton Trousers and cashmere sweaters seem to be the key pieces of this collection, adopting sharp lines and tight fittings. Boots and a big range of handbags are available as the accessories collection.
If you are a lover of the excess and the beauty of tapestries, then upcoming designer Miharayasuhiro delivers an incredible collection with lots of weaving and small prints. Tailoring is made in a loose and relaxed silhouette, while lightweight outwear and printed-trousers are another strong point of the collection.
The colour palette is never excessing but it’s features a very wide range of colours, from indigo blues to earthy browns. An incredibly refined Spring/Summer 2014 collection made accessible to occasional fashion lovers and hard-core fashionistas.